London Wimbledon Stadium has been the home of Greyhound racing in the UK for over 80 years and lives up to its reputation as "The Capital’s Fun Night Out". Loved by all, an exciting traditional night out at the dogs while in London is a night out not to be missed.
The stadium offers a choice of venue areas including Trackside with its bars, a fast food counter, restaurant to dine in and private boxes for entertaining.
Visitors to London holding a Visitor Oyster Card will be admitted free with Mini race card into the Trackside area of the stadium by showing their Oyster card there is no need to book.
Open 18:30 Friday and Saturday nights.
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Venue Details & Map
London Wimbledon Stadium
Plough LaneLondonSW17 0BL
- 0870 840 8905
- Public transport:
- Haydons Road, Earlsfield & Wimbledon are the nearest train stations. Nearest Tube stations are Tooting Broadway & Wimbledon. The 493 bus stops outside the track and the 77, 44 & 270 buses stop nearby.
- Accessible Bathroom Facilities
- Designated wheelchair accessible public toilet
- Accessible Venue Facilities
- Level access, ramp or lift to the bar
- Accessible Communication Facilities
- Audible alarm system
- Accessible Venue Facilities
- Staff available to assist
- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Accessible Parking Facilities
- Drop-off point for guests available outside main entrance
- Access Inside Building Facilities
- Accessible lift
- Attraction Facilities
- Booking Facilities
- Cancellation policy
- Coach parties accepted
- Group bookings accepted
- Stag or hen parties accepted
- Catering Facilities
- Food shop
- Vegetarian options on menu
- General Facilities
- Payment Facilities
- Credit cards accepted
- Debit cards accepted
I saw stock car racing here and a had a great time. Think gladiatorial banger racing set in a lower-leagues dreary stadium, complete with blood-thirsty cheers from supporters as their favoured cars passed.
At first, I admit, I was sceptical. How fun could racing around an oval track be, even if the slow procession of cars to the starting grid was evocative of childhood favourite, Super Mario...more
Went here for a recent birthday and it was a really great experience. A very unique night out. We arrived with no understanding of what was going to happen but were soon helped by a kind regular. They have a lot of different deals for entry so you don't need to spend a lot of money to enjoy yourself. Slightly contradicting my previous point, but, the food is quite expensive for what it is,...more
Going to the Dogs at Wimbledon is a cracking night out. There are plenty of vouchers to get in and get drinks on the cheap, but the real cost is the gambling which can sucker you in and left your wallet empty.
My lack of gambling knowledge was easily exposed when placing the first bet but I soon picked up the alien lingo and won a tenner on one of the races. The best tip is to go for tri...more
Wimbledon Dogs was the most English experience I've encountered in my 2 years in the country. A pint slugging, boisterous and care-free crowd appear to frequent Wimbledon Stadium. I admit that I prefer my money in my pocket rather than left up to chance, but a simple 1-2 reverse (where you choose the 1st and 2nd place dog and they can win in either order) at 2 pounds, was pocket change and...more
I'm not really a gambling, beer swilling type of guy, but it was my mate's birthday and I wasn't going to miss his bash. It cost £5 to get in and I was told drinks were reasonably priced. I wanted to be outside near the action but punters were smoking on mass by the track. I'm quite fond and attached to my lungs and pulmonary heart failure wasn't on any of our groups agenda. The blooms of...more