The home of hospitality




cinch Championships at The Queen's Club

14-20 June 2021

Conveniently located in London’s W1, informally known as Queen's, and voted by many men's players as their favourite tournament. This year's singles line-up welcomes the return of Andy Murray as well as British No.1 Dan Evans.

Rosewater Pavillion

The Championships, Wimbledon

28 Jun - 11 Jul 2021

The world's top male and female tennis players come together to play at one of the most iconic and prestigious events in the sporting calendar.

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The Lawn Garden

Wimbledon Hospitality Update

The Championships, Wimbledon 2021 have been confirmed as a pilot event in the Government Event Research Programme. With anything from 50% to full capacity crowds, and certified guests being able to mix freely in hospitality areas and courtside, the atmosphere is going to be electric!

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Keith Prowse, the UK’s leading Sports & Events hospitality provider

We’re the official sports & events hospitality provider for many iconic venues and stadiums across the country, including Twickenham and Wimbledon. For over 220 years, the name Keith Prowse has been synonymous with premium hospitality at the top sporting, social and cultural events in the UK.

Innovation and customer service are at the heart of what we do for both corporate hospitality, and individual hospitality experiences.  We’re passionate about delivering the ultimate high-end hospitality experiences and packages, guaranteeing to turn any sporting spectacle or cultural event into a cherished memory that will last for a lifetime.


News and Blog


Summer fixtures 2021: players to look out for

A blog written by Ugo Monye, England Rugby Hospitality Brand Ambassador - I’m delighted to confirm that in line with my first ambassadorial communication, the home of England rugby is getting ready to roll out the welcome mat, as supporters are due to return for the Summer Series this July.

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England vs Pakistan: Turning Back the Clock

England have a jam-packed summer ahead of them and are set to host a wide range of fixtures, across some of the country’s most exceptional venues. Within the busy schedule, England will host current World No.5 team, Pakistan, for an ODI at Edgbaston.

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Ready? Play! The Return of the Tennis Summer

There's nothing like the shift in our tennis senses, away from the sight of red crushed brick and the sound of sliding clay-court shoes, towards the lush, green turf and clinking of summertime English hospitality.

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