The Queens Club Championships, hosted in London in June, between the French Open and Wimbledon, is an ATP 500 tournament on grass courts and known as a "warm up" event to Wimbledon. The tournament is currently called Fever-Tree Championships and, in prior years, was known as the Aegon Championships and Stella Artois Championships. The tournament has been at The Queen’s Club since 1890, attracting iconic players, including John McEnroe, Lleyton Hewitt, Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray and Marin Cilic. It comes as no surprise that Andy Murray holds the current record with five wins.

The Queens Club Championship is played over 9 days, which include Qualifying and Main Draw matches.

 

 

Queens Club Championships Schedule and Tickets

Queens Club Championships Ticket Options

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  • Direct tickets at https://www.lta.org.uk
  • Single session tickets, usually on sale at the end of February, range from $13 – $209
  • Show Courts: Centre Court seats almost 9,000 spetactors and requires tickets. Court 1 has unreserved seating subject to availability.
  • Seating Options: Premium Seats, Standard Seats and East Boxes
  • During the tournament week, a limited quantity of Centre Court returns and limited Ground Admission, including Unreserved Court 1 tickets, may be released onto sale each morning, subject to availability.The onsite Official Box Office opens each day at approximately 10:30am for those who prefer to queue.
  • Evening Ground Admission tickets are only available from the onsite Palliser Road Official Box Office.
  • Ground Admission tickets provide access to unreserved seating on Court 1 (subject to availability) and all public facilities within the grounds including screens showing the live action and practice courts.

Queens Club Championships Schedule and Tickets

Projected Queens Club Championships Singles Schedule 2019:

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  • Saturday 15 June Qualifying
  • Sunday 16 June Qualifying
  • Monday 17 June 1st Round
  • Tuesday 18 June 1st Round
  • Wednesday 19 June 2nd Round
  • Thursday 20 June 2nd Round
  • Friday 21 June Quarter-Finals
  • Saturday 22 June Semi-Finals
  • Sunday 23 June Final

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Attending Queens Club Championships Tips

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  • Queens Club Championships is an awesome, elegant, intimate tournament in a gorgeous setting
  • Centre Court is small, only 9,000 seats, so any seat in the house is great! We actually sat in the last row, Block 11, Row X and not only did we have fantastic views of Centre Court, but we were also able to look over the wall at Courts 1 and 2, so we were able to watch 3 games at once, which was awesome!
  • The food and beverage choices are great! There’s way more than stadium type food here, like ahi tuna salads, steaks, wraps and much more. Choices range from casual sandwiches to upscale formal lunches. The lines and prices are reasonable and there is plenty of seating.
  • Make sure to check out some fantastic tennis on the outer courts. We sat front row for the Bryan Brothers and enjoyed an awesome match!
  • People get dressed up! While there is no official dress code for Queens Club Championships, a large portion of attendees were in dresses and blazers.

View of Outer Courts from Row X, Block 11 – See all the Matches at Once

Queens Club Championships Outer Courts

Bryan Brothers Match, Queens Club Championships 2019

Bryan Brothers Queens Club Championships

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Queens Club Championships Hotel Picks

London City Center Hotels

If this is your first time in London, and you prefer to stay in the Heart of City, closer to the well-known sites such as Hyde Park, Buckingham Palace, London Eye, Madame Tussauds Museum, Big Ben, and famous shopping at Oxford Street, select one of the top picks in London – 5-star The Marble Arch London; the spacious & elegant St. James’ Court, A Taj Hotel; affordable Hampton by Hilton London Waterloo, or DoubleTree by Hilton London Kingston Upon Thames.

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Venue Information

The Queen’s Club
Palliser Road,
Hammersmith, London W14 9EQ
West Kensington

Show Courts: Centre Court seats almost 9,000 spetactors and requires tickets. Court 1 has unreserved seating subject to availability.

An oasis of calm, The Queen’s Club is situated at a convenient location close to the centre of London. Along with first class sporting facilities, the Club offers excellent entertaining and dining facilities, including an elegant restaurant, bar, museum, and the President’s Room, all of which are located within the Members’ Clubhouse.

The grounds open at 10:30 am daily from Monday to Friday and at 11am on Saturday and Sunday. They will close one hour after the last match finishes. These times are subject to change at the Tournament’s discretion. Play start times are variable but will not be earlier than 12 noon on Centre Court, Monday to Friday, 1pm on Saturday and 1:30pm on Sunday.

Queens Club Championships Seating Chart Centre Court

Queens Club Championships Seating Chart Centre Court

 

Queens Club Championships Grounds Map

Queens Club Championships Grounds Map

Queens Club Championships Transportation Options

The Queens Club Championships is held in the West of London. The tournament has two designated entrances: Palliser Road Entrance Postcode – W14 9EQ and Perham Road Entrance Postcode – W14 9SP. Centre Court ticket holders in blocks 19 to 25 must use the Perham Road Entrance to access the grounds. All other ticket holders must access via the Palliser Road Entrance.

Palliser Road Entrance – The closest Underground Station is Barons Court (Piccadilly and District lines).

Local bus routes are 9, 10, 27, 28, 74,190, 295 and 391.

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London Popular Activities & Things to Do

Make sure to explore London and catch the changing of the guard outside Buckingham Palace, experience famous suspension Tower Bridge over River Thames and grab a traditional English Breakfast!

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