Trains to Wimbledon Station
Wimbledon Station is a train station serving the town of Wimbledon in South West London. Wimbledon Station is located on Wimbledon Bridge in the town centre of Wimbledon, operating National Rail and Tramlink services. Wimbledon Station is also an Underground Station in Zone 3 and operates on the District Line. South Western Railway operators Northbound mainline services to London Waterloo and runs Southbound services to destinations including Dorking, Richmond, and Guildford.
The most significant event in Wimbledon is the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, with many long-distance trains making additional calls to Wimbledon during this event. Wimbledon and Putney Commons and the New Wimbledon Theatre are also great places to visit near Wimbledon Station.
Wimbledon Station is the 25th busiest station in Great Britain. 9.95 million passengers passed through Wimbledon Station in 2021-22, and there were 652,000 interchanges.
From Wimbledon Station, you can travel to nearby cities and towns, with regular services operated by South Western Railway and Thameslink. Trains on the South West Main Line run to London Waterloo and Weymouth, while trains on the Sutton Loop Line run to Streatham and Sutton.
Station Area Map
Wimbledon Station is located on Wimbledon Bridge in the town centre of Wimbledon. Wimbledon Station is on The Broadway adjacent to Alexandra Road and Queens Road. Wimbledon Station is the only station in Wimbledon, but London Waterloo Station is just 7 miles away on the South West Main Line.
Wimbledon Station is managed by South Western Railway and has 11 platforms. Five platforms are for National Rail services, four platforms are on the London Underground, and there are 2 Tramlink Platforms.
Mainline services operate from Wimbledon Station, with destinations including London Waterloo, Weymouth, and Southampton on the South West Main Line and Streatham and Sutton on the Sutton Lopp Line.
Hotels Near Wimbledon Station
Holiday Inn Express London - Wimbledon South
Premier Inn London Wimbledon South Hotel
Dog & Fox Hotel
Station Details and Facilities
Ticket Office Opening Hours
- Monday - Friday 06:15 - 20:30
- Saturday 06:15 - 20:30
- Sunday 07:45 - 19:30
Station Opening Hours
The station is open whenever trains are running.
Tickets and Travel Information
You can book tickets with Split My Fare. Receive e-Tickets via email or collect your tickets from the self-service ticket machines at Wimbledon Station.
Accessible Ticket Machines
There are accessible ticket machines at this station.
Height-adjusted ticket counter
Height adjusted ticket counter is available at this station.
This office has an induction loop.
Penalty fares apply for South Western Railway.
An ATM is available at Wimbledon Station.
Baby Change Facilities
Baby change facilities are located in the female toilets and male toilets.
Payphones are available at Wimbledon Station, taking cards and coins.
A post box is available at Wimbledon Station.
Public Wi-Fi is available at Wimbledon Station.
Main concourse - AMT coffee offers hot and cold drinks and light snacks—Digby's - hot and cold drinks, cakes and sweet and savoury pastries.
Overbridge-Savannah and Snoggys both offer a choice of South African delicatessen and specialities.
Platform 8 - Starbucks Coffee offers hot and cold drinks and light snacks.
The toilets are near the bottom of the stairs leading to the District Line platforms.
Waiting Rooms are located on Platform 5/6, Platform 7/8, and Platform 9/10.
All waiting rooms are heated.
Seating does not comply with the Code of Practice - no armrests.
Assistance from station staff is available to customers boarding and alighting trains and moving through this station - at all times trains are running. Please make yourself known to staff at the Ticket Gateline. You can book assistance up to 2 hours before travelling on South Western Railway. Planning in advance isn't always possible, so do not worry if you haven't booked – our staff will do their best to assist you onto your preferred train.
National Key Toilets
The National key toilets are located at the bottom of the stairs leading to the District Line platforms (Platforms 1 - 4); a radar key operates these toilets. A radar key is available from station staff upon request.
Ramp for Train Access
A ramp for train access is available at Wimbledon Station.
Step Free Access
Step-free category A Station - This station has step-free access to all platforms.
Wheelchairs are available at Wimbledon Station.
Weekend tickets are available after 1200 Friday for £16.50
Off Peak from 1600 Monday to Saturday.
- Monday - Friday 24 Hours a Day
- Saturday 24 Hours a Day
- Sunday 24 Hours a Day
40 spaces with two accessible spaces available
CCTV is available at Wimbledon Station.
Bicycle spaces are sheltered at Wimbledon Station.
Rail Replacement Services
To Raynes Park: Alexandra Road (B235) Bus Stop B
To Clapham Junction: Alexandra Road (B235) Bus Stop A
Terminating services from Raynes Park / Surbiton: Wimbledon Bridge (A219) in front of the station.
Frequently Asked Questions
Which line is Wimbledon Station on?
Wimbledon Station is on the South West Main Line from London Waterloo to Weymouth and the Sutton Loop Line from Streatham to Sutton.
Which tube zone is Wimbledon in?
Wimbledon Station is in Tube Zone 3 and runs services on the District Line.
Does Wimbledon station have ticket gates?
Wimbledon Station has ticket gates immediately beyond the entrance leading into the station. A wider ticket gate is available that is 90cm wide, automatic and opens away from you.