Wimbledon 2022 marks an iconic celebration of 100 years of Centre Court, the home of the championships. The occasion is also the 135th anniversary of Wimbledon, so a special one to attend!
For those with tickets, anticipating the courtside action or those who looking to spectate one of the many large screenings, we have put together a guide on the best places to get in on the action as well as of course highlighting what to wear to mark the occasion!
The Wimbledon dress code is not as formal or specific as other sporting events such as Royal Ascot or Henley. However a general rule of smart wear, especially for those attending Courts 1 and 2 is encouraged. As is expected torn jeans, running vests, sports shoes and dirty trainers are not permitted.
It goes without saying the British weather should always be considered, so bringing along a jacket, as well as a pair of sunglasses is recommended.
Within the Wimbledon grounds, situated near No.1 Court is the Food Village. There you will find an array of stalls and culinary cuisine for you to pick from. From full meals to snacks and drinks, it is the convenient option for finding refreshments.
You can also choose to sit in at one of the many restaurants such as the Conservatory Kitchen, Cafe Pergola, Wingfield Restaurant, Baseline Cafe and Baseline Grill.
For those in attendance to the courtside action or looking to view on one of the big-screens, we wish you a fantastic day out amongst the jovial sporting atmosphere!