of the club
Membership is for adults and juniors and for one or more of the sports offered - cricket, hockey, tennis and squash as well as for the gym. Subs are paid annually, but it is possible to join any time within the year. Availability varies between sports.
A clubhouse designed with hospitality in mind for VIP Wimbledon Fortnight ticket holders. Regular use includes parties, tastings, bridge and meetings catered for by in-house chefs creating delicious meals and nibbles with stunning flair.
Founded in 1854
The club was founded on 20 May 1854 by cricketers playing on Wimbledon Common. In 1890 it relocated to the current freehold nine-acre site on Church Road that was bought that year from Miss Sarah Beaumont for £3,612. Today cricket, hockey, tennis, squash and a gym are offered. Some 2,000 juniors and some 2,000 seniors are members.
Keep an eye out for spectacular events for members and the public. Shown - the club's sports hall being transformed in to an arena for the Optasia Championship for world top-ranked squash players.