Where To Watch Wimbledon in London 2023
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Where To Watch Wimbledon in London 2023

Al fresco tennis screenings

Missed out on Wimbledon tickets but still keen to catch the tennis action somewhere lovely in the sunshine? Fear not: there are plenty of outdoor screenings taking place across the capital. Wondering where to watch Wimbledon in London? Here are the best places.

Where To Watch Wimbledon In London 2023

Screen on the Canal, King's Cross

Screen On The Canal

Granary Square, London N1C 4PW

Everyman’s canalside open-air cinema in King’s Cross is screening the tennis throughout Wimbledon (3–16 July), with loungers and beanbags spread out across the lawn. Enjoy alongside tasty food and drink from Everyman’s menu and exclusive Sipsmith Gin & Tonics from its drinks trolley to top off a quintessentially British experience. kingscross.co.uk

Hackney Bridge Terrace

Hackney Bridge Terrace © @benedictpriddy

Wimbledon LIVE At Hackney Bridge

Units 1-28, Echo Building, E Bay Lane, London E15 2SJ

Wondering where to watch Wimbledon in East London? Hackney Wick’s new outdoor venue, Hackney Bridge, will be showing all Wimbledon games on a massive screen in a landscaped garden overlooking Regent’s Canal. One of London’s biggest beer gardens, expect long tables for al fresco drinking and dining, an outdoor bar, and street food from independent traders. hackneybridge.org

Strawberries & Screen

Strawberries & Screen At Duke of York Square

80 King’s Road, London SW3 4LY

The much-loved ‘Strawberries & Screen’ returns to Chelsea’s Duke of York Square from 14–16 July – one of the city’s biggest free screens. BYO picnic or grab some tasty treats from surrounding restaurants, or the Fine Food Market on Saturday. Better still, little ones can enjoy complimentary tennis lessons on the Saturday and Sunday, rackets provided. dukeofyorksquare.com

The Battersea Games

The Battersea Games © Backdrop Productions

The Wimbledon Experience At Power Station Park

Circus Road West, Nine Elms, London SW11 8AL

Ocean Outdoor and the All England Lawn Tennis Club are coming to Battersea, with a big screen airing all the live Wimbledon action in Power Station Park. On finals weekend, accompany the tennis with a Sipsmith G&T from their art deco Gin Bus. Plus, return again and again to enjoy summer sporting fixtures from the Tour de France and World Athletics Championships, alongside sports and games themed films organised by The Cinema in the Power Station. It’s all part of The Battersea Games, an evolving calendar of games and sports for all ages and interests hosted at Battersea Power Station across the summer, including a pop-up padel court, climbing wall, basketball court, running track, and yoga, boxing and HIIT training classes. batterseapowerstation.co.uk

Vinegar Yard

Vinegar Yard

72–82 St Thomas Street, London SE1 3QX

London Bridge’s outdoor drinking and dining venue Vinegar Yard has launched its Summer of Screening, which includes Wimbledon (and Love Island, if that’s your bag). There are Bacardi-based cocktails, plus street food from a whole host of pop-ups. vinegaryard.london

St James’ Market

St James’ Market

London SW1Y 4HA

You’ll find one of London’s biggest outdoor screens in St James’s Market, which has set up a viewing space with free deck chairs, surrounded by outdoor terraces to grab a cocktail. Enjoy alongside takeaway menus from local restaurants. stjameslondon.co.uk

MATCHES at Eccleston Yards for Wimbledon

Eccleston Yards

21 Eccleston Place, London SW1W 9NF

Watch Wimbledon (and The Ashes) from the suntrap courtyard of Belgravia’s Eccleston Yards, with wine from Amie Wine Studio on offer alongside special menus from the surrounding bars and restaurants, including Atis and Morena. Socialise on picnic benches, pull up comfy beanbags, or lounge on a MATCHES marble deck chair – plus, find MATCHES’ designated marble branded kiosk to grab a complimentary fan and get 20% off purchases £300 and over, online or in store. belgravialdn.com

Cadogan Arms

The Cadogan Arms, Chelsea

Fancy watching Wimbledon with some much-needed aircon? Head to Chelsea’s iconic The Cadogan Arms to watch the action live. Take the opportunity to try the new summer menu, with highlights including a Grilled Tiger Prawn Salad, a JFC Chicken Burger, and a classic Cheese Toastie alongside daily lunch specials. Plus, book ahead to enjoy a free Strawberry Basil Smash cocktail (lunch bookings weekdays, 12–3pm). thecadoganarms.london

Rose wine being poured at Bluebird restaurant in London

Bluebird Chelsea

350 King’s Road, London SW3 5UU

Catch the centre-court drama from the terrace of Bluebird Chelsea, which has installed a giant screen for the Championships. Sip Mirabeau rosé and enjoy summer dishes, plus a special Wimbledon-themed strawberry cake dessert. bluebird-restaurant.co.uk

One New Change Wimbledon

One New Change

New Change, London EC4M 9AF

Catch the action alongside St Paul’s Cathedral at New Change Passage, where you can flop onto a deckchair or beanbag and enjoy the action. onenewchange.com