Big Outdoor Screens In London To Watch Wimbledon 2024

By Olivia Emily

3 weeks ago

Soak up the sun and catch the tennis action in HD

Wimbledon is fast approaching, infecting the nation with tennis fever from 1–14 July 2024. If you didn’t win the ballot and you don’t fancy braving The Queue, there’s another way to watch the tournament in the company of a crowd: on a big outdoor screen. From secret squares to waterside spots, here are London’s best big screens to watch Wimbledon 2024.

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Outdoor Screenings Of Wimbledon In London 2024

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Everyman Screen On The Canal

Want to watch Wimbledon in London waterside? This buzzy, free-to-visit King’s Cross open air cinema will kick off its 2024 season with Wimbledon screenings from midday every afternoon from 1–14 July, followed by movies in the evening once the action is over.

Find It: Granary Square, London N1C 4PW

Screen On The Water

St Katharine Docks’ popular summer pop up is back for 2024: Screen on the Water will welcome fans to watch the entire Wimbledon Tennis Championships in central London, perfect for fans who didn’t manage to get their paws on tickets. This floating pontoon is a unique viewing spot, perfect for catching the finest rallies, aces, and drop shots from the world’s greatest players while you sip drinks from the pop up bar.

Find It: St Katharine Docks Marina, 50 St Katharine’s Way, London E1W 1LA

Covent Garden Piazza

Snag front row seats to all of the Wimbledon action at Covent Garden Piazza, where a huge screen will showcase back to back matches throughout the tournament (1–14 July). Enjoy it with a crisp glass of Pimm’s for the quintessential British Wimbledon watching experience.

Find It: The Piazza, 1–7 Covent Garden, London WC2E 8HB

A square in London with bunting and grass ready to watch Wimbledon

Eccleston Yards

Tucked away in Belgravia, this picturesque suntrap will welcome visitors to watch Wimbledon from the comfort of a deck chair. Sweet treats will be on hand from Biscuiteers’ Belgravia boutique beside the screen, as well as the exclusive Biscuiteers Prosecco Cart popping up and serving fizz and strawberries and cream for two weeks only.

Find It: 21 Eccleston Pl, London SW1W 9NF

Portman Square Gardens

Marylebone’s Portman Square Gardens has reliably invited locals and visitors alike to watch Wimbledon in London for a decade now. The Square will return for 2024 and screen every match from 9–14 July, inviting visitors to park up on a deck chair with a refreshing drink from Home House, refuelling with hot treats from Guest Kitchen.

Find It: Portman Square, London W1H 6LJ

A selection of drinks on a table

Centre Court-Yard

Ham Yard Hotel is partnering with London Essence and Sipsmith this summer to introduce its Centre Court-Yard, where Wimbledon matches will be screened everyday from 11am throughout the tournament, with drinks served in the space until 10.30pm. Enjoy strawberries and cream washed down with a themed cocktail: the Sloe-Motion Serve and the Perfect Volley Iced Tea.

Find It: Ham Yard Hotel, 1 Ham Yard, London W1D 7DT

New Street Square

Nestled in the City is New Street Square, which will be streaming Wimbledon matches Monday–Friday throughout the tournament. There’s space for a whopping 500 guests, making for the perfect spot to pass by, settle in, and enjoy the action.

Find It: 6 Fetter Ln, London EC4A 3BN

Everyman On The Water

South-west Londoner wondering where to watch Wimbledon al fresco? New for 2024 is Everyman on the Water at The Brentford Water Project, which will kick off its first season as a free-to-visit open air cinema with daily Wimbledon screenings from midday everyday from 1–14 July.

Find It: Catherine Wheel Road, Hounslow London TW8 8BD

People watching Wimbledon on an outdoor screen in London

Islington Square

Tucked away on Upper Street, Islington Square will host free Wimbledon screenings in partnership with Urban Food Fest, featuring deck chairs and plenty of grassed space to spread out a picnic blanket. Tuck into food from Megan’s, OMNOM, Bewliehill, Selv Roastery and The Great Chase, plus cocktails from The Bottle Cocktail Shop.

Find It: 116 Upper St, London N1 1AB

Merchant Square

With deckchairs and picnic spots on Merchant Square’s lawn, head down to Paddington Basin to catch all of the Wimbledon action from midday everyday from 1–14 July. Enjoy the canal breeze, with fresh strawberries served with cream, ice cream or silky melted Belgian chocolate.

Find It: London W2 1AS

Rooftop film club Bussey Building

Rooftop Film Club

Watch the Wimbledon finals in style at Rooftop Film Club, complete with popcorn and a glass of prosecco. Naturally, Pimms and a Strawberries & Cream cocktail will also be available, as well as Wimbledon-themed pizza. After each final – the women’s on Saturday 13 July and the men’s on Sunday 14 July – there will also be a screening of the incredibly apt recent blockbuster, Challengers. Best of all, you can bag three tickets for the price of two with the code WEAREATHROUPLE. Nice. Book at

Find It: Roof A, Bussey Building, 133 Rye Ln, London SE15 4ST


Spitalfields is kicking off a summer of sports screening with Wimbledon – with matches screened everyday from 1–14 July – followed by the Olympics, the cricket and the Paralympics. Cheer your top player on and catch every moment thanks to a 188-inch screen perched with ample seating space on Bishops Square. Settle into a deckchair, but don’t get too comfortable: the surrounding food vendors will be offering hard-to-refuse promotions when you need to refuel.

Find It: Bishops Square, 250 Bishopsgate, London E1 6AA

Borough Yards

Borough Yards is being taken over by our summer of sport, kicking off with Wimbledon from 1–14 July. Around 100 people can sit and stand at Soap Yard, where the screen will be located, with plenty of restaurants, bars and shops to enjoy in the surrounding Borough Yards.

Find It: Borough Yards, Stoney St, London SE1 9AD

A huge screen showing Wimbledon in London

The Refinery Bankside

For a lively atmosphere, head to Southwark’s The Refinery to find one of the largest outdoor screens in London – perfect for Wimbledon viewing. Enjoy it with a cocktail, beer and cider on tap and a special Wimbledon Platter.

Find It: 110 Southwark St, London SE1 9AN

Fleet Place

This intimate outdoor spot has space for only 25 fans to watch Wimbledon – so make sure you rock up early to catch the action. Fleet Place will be showcasing the entire tournament, accompanied by tasty food and drink from KERB.

Find It: Fleet Place, London EC4M 7QS

Apex Temple Court Hotel, Temple

Enjoy matches nestled in a beautiful courtyard at Apex Temple Court Hotel, which will be screening matches across the two-week tournament on a big outdoor screen. Meanwhile, enjoy a menu of BBC dishes and a special selection of summer drinks. Note that courtyard seating is limited to 80 guests, so make sure you rock up early.

Find It: 1–2 Serjeant’s Inn, Temple, London EC4Y 1AG