Wimbledon may refer to:

  • Wimbledon, London, a district of southwest London where the lawn tennis championships (see below) are held
    • Municipal Borough of Wimbledon, a former borough
    • Wimbledon (ecclesiastical parish)
    • Wimbledon (UK Parliament constituency) based there
    • The Championships, Wimbledon, a lawn court tennis tournament, one of the four Grand Slam championships
      • The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, venue for the tournament
      • Wimbledon (film), a fictional film set around the championships
      • Wimbledon Effect, nickname for the success of foreign financial firms in London, analogous to the success of foreign players in the championships
      • Radio Wimbledon, the official radio station for the Wimbledon Tennis Championships
    • Wimbledon RFC, one of a number of rugby clubs based in Wimbledon
    • Wimbledon F.C., a football club formerly based there
      • now moved and renamed Milton Keynes Dons F.C.
      • AFC Wimbledon, a professional football club set up by former fans of Wimbledon F.C. in protest at the move to Milton Keynes
      • AFC Wimbledon Ladies, a ladies football club, with affiliation to AFC Wimbledon
    • Wimbledon Dons, former speedway team
    • Wimbledon station, a railway station in the suburb
    • South Wimbledon tube station, a London Underground station in the area
    • Wimbledon Park tube station, a London Underground station in the area
    • Wimbledon Chase railway station, a railway station in the area
    • Wimbledon College, Roman Catholic secondary school
    • Wimbledon Stadium, a dog racing track located in Earlsfield in southwest London, England
  • Wimbledon, North Dakota, a small town in the United States
  • Wimbledon, New Zealand, a locality in the Tararua District of New Zealand
  • Wimbledon Cup (disambiguation) – any of several competitions and their trophies
  • Edward Cecil, 1st Viscount Wimbledon (1572–1638)
  • SS Wimbledon, a British ship, and a legal case named for it, adjudicated by the Permanent Court of International Justice in 1923
  • Wimbledon, Mimi's cat from What About Mimi?

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Eddie Reynolds
... Eddie Reynolds joined Wimbledon FC from Tooting Mitcham United FC during the 1957/58 season, scored 17 goals in 20 appearances in his first season ... His career at Wimbledon saw the club win the Isthmian League title four times (including three years in succession 61/2, 62/3, and 63/4) and the FA Amateur Cup in 62/3 ... In his last full season for the Dons, 1964/65 (Wimbledon’s first season in the Southern League), he scored 57 goals in just 49 appearances – plus ...
Lawrie Sanchez - Playing Career - Club Career
... for Reading, between 1977 and 1984, before moving to Wimbledon for £30,000 ... famous moment as a player came in 1988, when he scored the goal that won Wimbledon the FA Cup in 1988 against Liverpool, a match widely believed to be one of the biggest cup final upsets in ... Liverpool came close to jeopardising Wimbledon's dream again in the second half when they were awarded a penalty, only for John Aldridge's shot to be saved by Dons goalkeeper Dave Beasant ...
Wimbledon Championships - Singles Champions Never World No. 1
... and the computer rankings of the Women's Tennis Association, only seven women have won the Wimbledon singles title since 1921, but never reached the World No ... (Since Wimbledon's "Open Era" (1968), only five of the 17 winners haven't reached WTA World No. 1 have been dominant in Wimbledon (11 out of the 19 winners), the Open Era features a mixed fortune of champions ...
Lawrie Sanchez - Managerial and Coaching Career - Wimbledon
... In 1995, he returned to Wimbledon and became reserve team manager, winning the Football Combination in his first season in charge ...

Famous quotes containing the word wimbledon:

    New Yorkers love it when you spill your guts out there. Spill your guts at Wimbledon and they make you stop and clean it up.
    Jimmy Connors (b. 1952)