Tag: AELTC


Sustainability AELTC project key mantra

Wimbledon AELTC will create public part

The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) has confirmed proposals for the creation of London’s (UK) first new public park since the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park opened almost a decade ago. The ‘Wimbledon AELTC’ stated that images of the plans for the 9.4-hectare (23-acre) park provide a first... » Read more


Keith Prowse hospitality art on at Wimbledon

Wimbledon extends partnership with hospitality provider

The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (AELTC) have extended the agreement with Keith Prowse as the exclusive Official Hospitality Provider for The Championships, Wimbledon. The ‘AELTC, Wimbledon’ stated that the extended agreement, which will run to 2026, will continue to see Keith... » Read more


Wimbledon smooth sail facilitate full house

Wimbledon capacity update

Following the successful staging of the first week of The Championships, in harmony with the UK Government’s Events Research Programme and in consultation with the local authorities in Merton (UK), the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (AELTC) confirmed that the Centre and No.1 Court will... » Read more


Capacity crowd in UK venues boon or bane?

England on high risk road

England has announced capacity crowd for the upcoming sporting extravaganzas – British Grand Prix and the Wimbledon Finals, and 60,000 fans at Wembley for Euro 2020 which is presently underway. The above announcement comes as music to the ears for ‘cooped up’ fans, players, stadia... » Read more


Wimbledon set to be back with panache

Wimbledon planning with 25% capacity for 2021

The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) recently outlined its aspiration to kick off the British summer of sport in style with the return of The Championships in 2021. The ‘Wimbledon AELTC’ quoted Chairman Ian Hewitt as stating, “I would like to say how excited we are that Wimbledon will be... » Read more


Wimbledon imposing ‘Parkland’ expansion plans

Wimbledon plans new show court stadium

The Championships at Wimbledon (UK) will undergo a sea change in the coming decade, with an 8,000-person stadium to act as the fulcrum. ‘tennishead’ stated that the new ‘Parkland’ stadium will be situated where Wimbledon Park Golf Club currently sits. The All England Lawn Tennis Club... » Read more


Spectators’ safety key in Wimbledon 2021

Wimbledon future plans 2022-2028

Following the publication of the UK Government’s ‘Roadmap out of Lockdown’, the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) Main Board and Committee of Management met to consider some operational decisions in relation to planning for The Championships 2021 (read Wimbledon – the oldest tennis... » Read more


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