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This Sunday marks a major day on the sports calendar — it’s the day the 2024 Wimbledon champion will be crowned on the pristine grass courts of London’s All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club. 

Tennis fans should be in for a real treat this weekend, as the odds favor a rematch of the 2023 finals between Carlos Alcaraz and Novak Djokovic. Alcaraz recovered from a 1-6 first-set loss to Djoker, rallying to beat the seven-time Wimbledon champ in an epic five-set comeback win.

That marked Alcaraz’s first Wimbledon victory, and also Djokovic’s first Centre Court loss in 10 years. Needless to say, a rematch between these two would command the attention of sports fans all over the world. 

Interested in attending what should be another historic Wimbledon Championship? Here’s everything you need to know in order to buy tickets to this prestigious Grand Slam tennis event.

BUY NOW: Cheapest tickets for Wimbledon 2024 on StubHub

Wimbledon tennis 2024 finals: Date, location

  • Date: Sunday, July 14
  • Location: London, UK
  • Venue: All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club

The men’s singles finals for the 2024 Wimbledon Championships take place on Sunday, July 14. The annual tournament is held at All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in London, England.

Wimbledon serves as the third of four Grand Slam tournament events in the tennis season. Carlos Alcaraz bested seven-time Wimbledon champ Novak Djokovic in last year’s tournament. 

Wimbledon tickets prices 2024: How to buy in The Queue

The ballot for Wimbledon 2024 has closed, with tickets allocated randomly to those who already submitted applications. For those still hoping find tickets, however, there are a number of other ways.

First and foremost, there is The Queue, in which fans can turn up on the day of an event to purchase tickets. Wimbledon stands as one of the only major sporting events in the world that still reserves box-office tickets for day-of purchasing, a tradition for which the tournament championship has come to be known.

A flat total of 500 tickets will be allocated for each day of tournament play on Centre Court, Court No. 1, and Court No. 2. These are referred to as “Show Court tickets.” Fans can also buy a Grounds Pass, which grants access to the action being played on smaller courts throughout the ticketed day.

Wimbledon also features hospitality options, but they are all sold out for this year’s championships. 

If none of these avenues work for you — or you simply don’t want to chance your luck in the queue — tickets for every day of the two-week Wimbledon Championships are available on StubHub. 

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Wimbledon ticket prices 2024

Tickets to the finals of the 2024 Wimbledon Championships are still available with plenty of options to choose from.

There are three types of tickets to choose from, including each of the first four rounds as well as the quarterfinals, semifinals, and championships. Obviously, tickets tend to rise in price the further along the tournaments get to the final rounds. 

The cheapest tickets for the Wimbledon final start at £7,471 each, which translates to nearly $10,000. Seats closer to Centre Court run anywhere from £29,000 to £279,000 each. Here’s the view from the £279,000 seats:

BUY NOW: Buy tickets to 2024 Wimbledon finals on StubHub

Here’s a look at every ticket available for the remaining events at Wimbledon 2024:

Date Pass Tickets
Thurs, July 11 Doubles Semi Finals (Court 1) StubHub
  Ladies’ Singles Semi Finals / Invitation Mixed Doubles & Mixed Doubles Final (Centre Court) StubHub
Fri, July 12 Gentleman’s Singles Semi Finals (Centre Court) StubHub
Sat, July 13 Ladies’ Singles Final / Gentlemen’s Doubles Final (Centre Court) StubHub
Sun, July 14 Gentleman’s Singles Final / Ladies’ Doubles Final (Centre Court) StubHub

Wimbledon 2024: All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club seating map 

Wimbledon seating map

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