Where to Watch Wimbledon in London

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Wimbledon Screenings at Lyric Square Hammersmith

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Wimbledon Screenings at Lyric Square Hammersmith
Wimbledon at British Summer Time: Hyde Park
London Bridge City: Summer by the River
St Katharine Docks
Wimbledon at One New Change
London Bridge City: Summer by the River
Wimbledon at Merchant Square
Wimbledon at Cardinal Place
Wimbledon at New Street Square
Neverland London
Wimbledon at Home House
Wimbledon Screening at St James's Market
Television Centre


Serve, smash, ace! Find out where to see the Wimbledon action live on big screens all over London. You don't have to go to SW19 to be a part of it.


Neverland London

Come in all-white tennis kit for the big Wimbledon Finals screening and get free entry.

Albert Wharf, , London, SW6 2TY

Tube: Parsons Green Station


Dates: 03rd May - 01st September 2018


London's only Thameside beach, the Fulham Beach Club at Neverland London is showing Wimbledon and World Cup screenings this summer. Come dressed for tennis on Wimbledon Finals weekend - that's Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th July - and you'll get free entry (the only stipulation is that it must be all white - those are the Wimbledon rules, after all). The Pimms will be flowing and strawberries and cream served all day long plus there's a free glass of Pimms for over 18s arriving before 2pm. Pre-order a picnic hamper for up to four people and a beach BBQ. Times & Prices:†Saturday†12noon to 11pm, £10 entry |†Sunday†12noon to 9pm, £5 entry.


Eccleston Yards

Get a taste of Tart London's new restaurant, watch tennis and enjoy cocktails from an airstream.

Eccleston Yards, , London, SW1W 9NF

Tube: Victoria Station


Dates: 02nd - 15th July 2018


Before the launch of Eccleston Place later this summer Tart London is bringing a Wimbledon-themed pop-up to the courtyard at what will be its home, Eccleston Yards. The pop up features a big screen, deck chairs, all-day seasonal dishes by Tart London as well as The Rum Runner drinks - juices, homemade infusions and plenty of Pimm's - served from their airstream. A preview of Eccleston Place's dishes, the pop-up will serve fresh smoothies for breakfast and seasonally topped bruschetta alongside refreshing gazpachos for lunch. British strawberries and cream come with a Tart London twist - basil infused cream and caramelised hazelnuts - enjoy while watching Wimbledon from the comfort of bright, colourful deck chairs.


St James's Market

Rows of deckchairs and festive decorations set the scene at the newly built pedestrian courtyard.

St James's Market, St James's, London, SW1Y 4QQ

Tube: Piccadilly Circus Station , Leicester Square Station


Dates: 02nd - 15th July 2018


The Wimbledon Championship is being screened at St James's Market for the full two weeks the tournament is on, from 2nd to 15th July. Situated in the newly built pedestrian courtyard a giant screen, rows of deckchairs and festive decorations set the scene to enjoy the match experience from the heart of the West End. Local restaurants in St James's Market - which include the Michelin starred Aquavit and Salt Yard Group's Veneta - are serving from their terraces during the day with special Wimbledon offers and incentives.


Television Centre

Television Centre, Wood Lane, White City, London, W12 7RJ

Tube: Wood Lane Station , White City Station


Dates: 18th June - 02nd September 2018


Head to Television Centre for Wimbledon screenings and specially themed cocktails at Bluebird Cafe while Homeslice and Patty & Bun serve food and drinks from pop-up stalls. The screenings are part of twelve weeks of art, cultural and sports on the big outdoor screen. The free events run from Monday 18th June until Sunday 2nd September and include live screenings from Electric Cinema and the Royal Opera House. In addition, just 100 metres up the road, at White City Place, there's more big screen action with live tennis as well as 30th anniversary screenings of cult classics including Big, Die Hard and Beetlejuice.


British Summer Time: Open House

Wimbledon screenings, street food stalls and daytime DJs in Hyde Park.

Hyde Park, Rangers Lodge, Hyde Park, London, W2 2UH

Tube: Knightsbridge Station


Dates: 09th - 12th July 2018


British Summer Time Hyde Park is back for a sixth year in 2018 and Wimbledon will be shown on the big screen from 12pm every day. Mid-week, between two weekends of big gigs, Hyde Park becomes Open House - four days of free open-air movie nights and Wimbledon screenings, street food stalls, daytime DJs, live music and entertainment. There's plenty of family entertainment and you can join the circus school for free. Bring a picnic blanket, grab a spot on the grass and you can even grab some refreshments from the street food market and pop up bars - serving from midday onwards.


London Bridge City: Summer by the River

Enjoy all the live Wimbledon action next to the Thames and City Hall.

London Bridge, 203 Tooley Street, London, SE1 2JX

Tube: London Bridge Station


Dates: 01st June - 02nd October 2018


London's largest free festival, the London Bridge City's Summer by the River transforms the iconic riverside location next to City Hall into a summer hub of live entertainment, food, drink and all the aces from SW19. Running from June through to September, the summer festival's line-up includes big screen summer sports from Wimbledon, Ascot and the cricket†at The Scoop. On top of all this there are films, theatre, live comedy and music performances, fun family days, fitness classes and a host of events to let your hair down on a Friday.


One New Change

Workout in the week before Wimbledon, then relax and watch the tennis on the rooftop.

One New Change, 1 New Change, Cheapside, London, EC4M 9AF

Tube: St. Paul's Station , Mansion House Station, Cannon Street Station, Bank Station


Dates: 25th June - 15th July 2018


In the week before Wimbledon you can up your fitness game on the roof of One New Change in the City where they're also showing all the Centre Court action on the big screen. Get a sweat on with daily yoga, HIIT and strength and conditioning outdoor fitness classes, put on in partnership with London's favourite gyms including WIT, Triyoga, Frame and Gymbox. The classes cost just £5, with all proceeds going to Barnardo's. After a week of tennis-inspired workouts you can relax enjoy the tennis on deck chairs and giant union jack cushions up on the rooftop with St Paul's Cathedral as a backdrop.


Cardinal Place

Join in a £5 fitness class before watching Wimbledon on the big screen.

Cardinal Place Shopping Centre, Palace Street, London, SW1E5JD

Tube: Victoria Station


Dates: 25th June - 15th July 2018


Gymbox takes you through a 'Game, Set, Relax' workout in the lead up to Wimbledon. It's one of seven £5 workouts you can do at Cardinal Place with further HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) and yoga sessions from FRAME, triyoga, Yogangster and CARiFit who is hosting a mums and baby workout, followed by brunch at Rail House Cafe. Get some exercise during Wimbledon Workout Week then watch all the Centre Court action for free on the big screen in Victoria. Food and drink is available from the nearby restaurants, bars and markets - so grab your colleagues, make the most of your lunch break and enjoy the summer vibes.


New Street Square

Enjoy Gymbox, Frame and Triyoga fitness classes in the week before Wimbledon.

New Street Square, New Street Square, London, EC4A 3BF

Tube: Chancery Lane Station


Dates: 25th June - 15th July 2018


Be inspired by Wimbledon and join in a £5 workout in a week of outdoor fitness classes at New Street Square before free tennis screenings. Run in partnership with Gymbox, Frame, Triyoga and Pure Sport Med, the offer includes HIIT, strength and conditioning classes as well as yoga and pilates, with all proceeds going to Barnardo's. After a week of building up your fitness game, you can watch every winning ace from the comfort of a deck chair or giant union jack cushion at the free screenings - you've earned it!


Lyric Square Hammersmith

Pull up a deckchair and watch some world class tennis in W6.

Lyric Square, King Street, London, W6 0QL

Tube: Hammersmith Station


Dates: 02nd - 15th July 2018


See all the tennis action - from serve to volley to line disputes - for free at Lyric Square in Hammersmith. Screenings take place from 12noon daily from Monday 2nd to Sunday 15th July, the whole two weeks the Wimbledon Championship is on. Pull up a deckchair and watch some world class tennis live on the big screen in W6 and, in nearby Kings Mall, look out for the Wimbledon Winners event where you can test the speed of your serve.


Merchant Square

See the tennis on Paddington's peaceful canalside big screen.

Merchant Square, , London, W2 1JS

Tube: Edgware Road Station , Paddington Station


Dates: 02nd - 15th July 2018


With its canalside location, Merchant Square is a lovely place to relax and soak up the sun while watching Wimbledon. On the lawn in front of the Merchant Square Pavilion in Paddington Basin a big 2880 x 1080 pixel screen shows every game, set and match on-court and there's seating for over 100 people plus free deckchairs and blankets. Every Tuesday and Thursday a pop-up street food market adds to the food choices on offer at the local restaurants and cafes.


St Katharine Docks

See all the Centre Court action on a floating pontoon.

St Katharine Docks, Tower Bridge Approach, St Katharine's Way, London, E1W 1LA

Tube: Tower Hill Station


Dates: 02nd - 15th July 2018


St Katharine Docks serves up all the Centre Court Wimbledon action on a big screen on a floating pontoon this July, with deckchairs and beanbags to sit back and relax in while watching the games. Visitors to the waterside screen next to the Tower of London can enjoy Pimm's and strawberries on the semi-finals and finals weekend when there'll be a bar onboard serving food and drinks. You can also purchase a special SKD Picnic hamper for two on finals weekend, which includes lunchtime picnic food from St Katharine Docks' restaurants including White Mulberries and Natural Kitchen. At other times, you're welcome to bring your own food and soft drinks to enjoy while taking in the yachts moored in marina.


Flat Iron Square

Flat Iron Square, 68 Union Street, London, SE1 1TD

Tube: Borough Station


Dates: 14th June - 16th July 2018


The big screen is up at Flat Iron Square in SE1 this summer, showing all the major sporting events including the World Cup and Wimbledon. Watch the games in the garden courtyard of Flat Iron Square while choosing food and drink from the stalls, restaurants and bars that surround it. As well as the numerous bars already there, there will be pop-up wine and prosecco bars and guest breweries showcasing unique beers on tap.Close to Borough Market and The Shard, the pedestrianised hub is home to food stalls from Savage Salads, EDu and Laffa, restaurants Bar Douro and Lupins as well as Ben Lovett's live music venue Omeara. All this adds up to a lovely and unique place to watch all the big sporting events outdoors while soaking up the sociable atmosphere.


Home House

The luxury way to watch the tennis, Home House is open to non-members for one day only.

Home House, 20 Portman Square, London, W1H 6LW

Tube: Marble Arch Station


Dates: 15th July 2018


For a luxury take on the tennis, private members' club Home House†is bringing Wimbledon to Marylebone and it's open to non-members for one day only. On Championship Finals day, Sunday 15th July, you can enjoy a luxury stay and a set lunch with Champagne in the garden of this hidden gem where they'll be showing the finals live. Seasonal dishes being served include burrata with charred nectarine and heirloom tomato panzanella, wild sea bass with salsa verde, and Wimbledon-inspired strawberry and clotted cream ice lollies. The Moet will be free-flowing and on tap at the dedicated garden bar. Once play is over, stay in one of Home House's 23 bedrooms and suites, all without leaving central London for centre court.


South Place Hotel Secret Garden

Relax in a deckchair with a cocktail, Eton mess and popcorn.

3 South Place, London, EC2M 2AF

Tube: Liverpool Street Station , Moorgate Station


This Sunday, the South Place Hotel's Secret Garden will be screening the men's Wimbledon final and, depending on the length of the match, it may also show the World Cup final. Guests will be able to relax on a deckchair while sipping on the hotel's special Sipsmith Summer Cocktail, served with an Eton mess and a pot of Joe & Seph's gourmet strawberry and cream popcorn. Plus, if you're in for the long haul with a whole day of sport, you can get 25% off dinner at the Chop House. Tickets are £28 and include entry, the cocktail, pudding and popcorn.

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