South Grounds, Royal Hospital Chelsea

Come and join us as the world's premier show jumping series lands in the heart of London at Royal Hospital Chelsea. The Longines Global Champions Tour and GCL team series bring three days of thrilling top-level equestrian sport to the capital. The unmissable event, which takes place from 19th-21st August will see Britain's Olympic heroes take centre stage alongside the best international competitors and their equestrian superstars, in both individual and team competitions.

Join us for a fantastic family day out at this unique and exciting venue. Alongside the show jumping action, enjoy our lively shopping village with kids' activities and a variety of refreshments and food outlets to suit every taste. Visitors also benefit from unique access to the warm up arena to see the elite horse and rider combinations preparing for competition. Don't miss this chance to see the greatest horses and riders in the world up close and in action at the home of the Chelsea Pensioners with top-level competition every afternoon!

Gates open at 7.45am with competitions starting from 8am. GCL Round 1, featuring thrilling team competition, will kick off on Friday. The conclusion of the GCL team competition takes place on Saturday afternoon, followed by the Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of London. On Sunday top riders will be in action again in the closing 5* competition of the weekend.

Limited tickets for seats in the covered grandstands are now on sale along with tickets for the chic GC Lounge with privileged seating and a complimentary drink on arrival.

If you have any ticketing queries, please sign into the order tracker with your order reference number and either your postcode or telephone number.

Come and join us as the world's premier show jumping series lands in the heart of London at Royal Hospital Chelsea. The Longines Global Champions Tour and GCL team series bring three days of thrilling top-level equestrian sport to the capital. The unmissable event, which takes place from 19th-21st August will see Britain's Olympic heroes take centre stage alongside the best international competitors and their equestrian superstars, in both individual and team competitions.

Join us for a fantastic family day out at this unique and exciting venue. Alongside the show jumping action, enjoy our lively shopping village with kids' activities and a variety of refreshments and food outlets to suit every taste. Visitors also benefit from unique access to the warm up arena to see the elite horse and rider combinations preparing for competition. Don't miss this chance to see the greatest horses and riders in the world up close and in action at the home of the Chelsea Pensioners with top-level competition every afternoon!

Gates open at 7.45am with competitions starting from 8am. GCL Round 1, featuring thrilling team competition, will kick off on Friday. The conclusion of the GCL team competition takes place on Saturday afternoon, followed by the Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix of London. On Sunday top riders will be in action again in the closing 5* competition of the weekend.

Limited tickets for seats in the covered grandstands are now on sale along with tickets for the chic GC Lounge with privileged seating and a complimentary drink on arrival.

If you have any ticketing queries, please sign into the order tracker with your order reference number and either your postcode or telephone number.

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Brompton Cemetery Seed Sowing
Sowing wildflowers in memory of past Chelsea Pensioners

On 6 May, Chelsea Pensioners and members of the Royal Hospital’s grounds team joined representatives from the Royal Parks, the Royal Parks Guild and the Friends of Brompton Cemetery to sow a patch of wildflower seeds in Brompton Cemetery as part of the Battlefields and Butterflies initiative.

Chelsea Pensioner Centenarians
100 years old and still going strong

Recent research backs up the anecdote that Chelsea Pensioners not only live considerably longer than their peers outside (by over five years, on average), but that their lifetimes once they come to the Royal Hospital are extending, year on year. This strongly suggests that the care and community here contribute to greater longevity – as well as improving quality of life. 

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