The All England Club have asked us to publicise this locally: The Wimbledon Public Ballot, first launched in 1924, is intended to be the fairest means of obtaining tickets for The Championships.
Entry into the Ballot does not automatically entitle applicants to tickets, but to a place in the draw. In moving the process online, the AELTC felt the time was right to develop an enhanced and connected online customer journey which will not only improve and simplify the experience of applicants, but also ensure they are kept informed of their Ballot application status at all times throughout the process and beyond to The Championships 2020 itself. Entry into the Wimbledon Public Ballot is comprised of two compulsory phases: Registration – open from 9 September to 21 October, followed by Application – open from 1-30 November.
It will not be possible to submit an Application unless the Registration phase has been completed. To receive reminders straight to your inbox for these important dates and to streamline the registration process, prospective applicants are encouraged to join myWIMBLEDON – visit wimbledon.com/ballot for instructions.
Applicants will be informed of their Ballot status from January 2020 onwards, with Ballots run regularly up to commencement of The Championships on 29 June 2020, and the AELTC will be ensuring that those unsuccessful in the Ballot are made aware of other opportunities to obtain tickets to Wimbledon. For more information and detailed FAQs, please visit wimbledon.com/ballot.