The Royal Enclosure as it's known today was conceived in 1822, when King George IV commissioned a two-storey stand to be built with surrounding lawn. Membership is by invitation only. Members can book badges for themselves and guests, book car parking or sponsor new members. 
Due to the current circumstances regarding Covid-19, the Royal Enclosure Office staff are working remotely. In order for membership applications to be processed most efficiently, please complete the form and email in to us at: [email protected]

Any forms posted into the office will be processed once the team return to the office.

Return of spectators to racing update

On 22nd February the Prime Minister announced the Government's roadmap out of lockdown and that the return of spectators to sporting events will begin no earlier than 17th May. 
 
The Government roadmap will move forward in steps every five weeks (including one week notice periods) from 8th March. Assuming the Government plan remains on track, we therefore look forward to being able to welcome racegoers to Royal Ascot (15th to 19th June). The Prime Minister announced that capacity limits will be in place. We will continue to formulate plans based on the Government's roadmap and will provide a further update as early as possible in April when the start of step two is confirmed.
 
Guy Henderson, Chief Executive, Ascot. 

Dress Code

The Royal Enclosure is synonymous with sartorial elegance. This is upheld by a formal Dress Code, which guests are invited to embrace with their own individual style and thus contribute to an occasion heralded internationally as a major fashion event.