Theme Colors
Layouts
 
                   

Nick Pearce,   Chief Steward

I started as an Honorary Steward in 2001and became Chief Steward in 2013. Having attended the Championships for some 30 years as a spectator - now being a member of the team helping to deliver such a world class and prestigious sporting event is incredibly exciting and rewarding. Our team of Stewards, both inside and outside the ground, work tirelessly to ensure that each and every visitor to the All England Club has a wonderful experience at Wimbledon.

 

Thank you for your interest in the role of the Honorary Stewards at Wimbledon.

Details of the role are below and if you would like to apply to serve as an Honorary Steward at the Championships, please download and complete the application form and return it to us at the email address on the form. We are looking for people who are available on an ongoing annual basis for the duration of the Championships and for a minimum 5 + years so please do not apply unless you are able to commit to this.

Honorary Stewards are all volunteers, many of whom return each year, although we also recruit around 15 new Stewards annually. There is a waiting list and Stewards are required to serve a two year probationary period before qualifying for election to the Honorary Stewards Association. Once your application form has been received, we will be in contact to advise you further on the process.

The wide-ranging role of the Honorary Stewards extends from the AELTC courts and surroundings to the on-day sales queue outside the grounds in Wimbledon Park and as far as Wimbledon and Southfields Stations. The Honorary Stewards provide a warm and friendly welcome to all who come to the Championships and help visitors to find their way around the grounds. 

If you have any problems with sending your application email please contact [email protected]

Honorary Steward Application Form

Posted by: Ian Finlay on Tue 11/07/2017 (124 K, 733 )

Role of the Honorary Stewards

Posted by: Bob Richards on Tue 11/07/2017 (412 K, 1221 )