Wimbledon will become the first sporting event in the UK to have a full outdoor stadium since the coronavirus pandemic hit the UK.
Wimbledon will feature full crowds on its two largest courts for the quarter-finals, semi-finals and finals, the All England Club announced on Sunday.
The tournament is part of the UK government’s event research program and operated at 50% capacity for the first week, with spectators not being required to wear masks when seated in the stadiums.
Center court, with a capacity of just under 15,000 seats, and court one, which holds 12,345, will welcome full crowds from Tuesday to next Sunday, July 11.
A statement from Wimbledon read: “Following the successful organization of the first week of the championships, as agreed with the government events research program and in consultation with our local authority in Merton, the AELTC is pleased to confirm that the center and court no.1 will have 100% attendance for the quarter-finals, semi-finals and finals.
“These are the first full outdoor stadiums at a sporting event in the UK since the start of the pandemic. The capacity on the rest of the courts will be reduced depending on the number of courts in play.
“Ticket holders will continue to be required to show proof of their Covid status upon arrival and are encouraged to adhere to guidelines regarding wearing face coverings while traveling and to support any additional mitigation measures in place.”