During the Wimbledon fortnight, a number of screens are set up across London so people can watch the balls bouncing between bats on a larger screen. Be aware that seats tend to get grabbed fast for the big matches, as you might expect, but you’ll often be able to sit on the floor/grass, so bring a rug.

Canary Wharf

Large screen on the grass lawn above the main shopping centre, so plenty of options for food/drink downstairs as well.

Open daily 11am-7pm (can be later depending on programme), and open all summer for sports and films.

Details here

Covent Garden

Live screenings daily on the East Piazza alongside a pop-up Pimm’s bar. Alongside the large screen, the historic East Piazza will be filled with deck chairs and picnic benches for viewers to immerse themselves in the best of British tennis, while the estate will continue to be resplendent in Union Jack themed bunting, floral decorations and more throughout the summer.

Details here


Large screen in Lyric Square in the centre of Hammersmith town centre.

Open daily from 27th June to 10th July.

Details here

King’s Cross

A large screen is mounted next to the canal by the outdoor terraces seating behind King’s Cross station.

Will be here all summer.

Details here

London Bridge

Large screen in The Scoop, the terraced area next to the former City Hall.

Open daily from 27th June to 10th July

Details here


Large screen in Brown Hart Gardens, the large open space close to Bond Street.

Open daily 27th June to 10th July 11am to 8pm

Details here


Large screen in Merchant Square, the office estate that’s just to the north of Paddington station.

Open daily from 27th June to 10th July

Details here

Shepherds Bush

A big screen next to the Westfield shopping centre, open from 10am to 9pm during the Wimbledon championships.

Details here

Tower of London

Next to the tower is St Katherine’s Docks, and they have a floating pontoon in the docks screening the tennis matches.

Open daily from 27th June to 10th July (closed on 28th June).

Details here


Large screen set up in the modest courtyard inside Eccleston Yards just to the south of Victoria station.

Open most of the summer for sports events.

Details here


A large screen will be set up inside the Rams Quarter. Information to be confirmed closer to the date though.

Details here


Large screen set up on “Murray Mound” next to the main championships. The Hill is situated to the north of No.1 Court Not in Wimbledon, as despite it’s name, the championships take place at Southfields.

Note, you need a ground pass to access this venue.

Details here

A large screen set up in Wimbledon town centre.

Open 27th June to 10th July

Details here



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  1. Paul says:

    Come on guys – there’s a world outside London. What about the rest of us?

    • ianVisits says:

      As a London based website writing about things to do in London, it would be odd for me to list the very many excellent viewing screens outside London.

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