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.

And don’t forget that outside of the Wimbledon fortnight, the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club offers regular guided tours of the Wimbledon tennis grounds and museum.

Canary Wharf

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

Is open daily throughout the Wimbledon fortnight, and will show other sports through the summer to 24th August.

Details here

(c) Canary Wharf


A big screen is being set up at the Duke of York Square, next to the Saatchi Gallery but will be open from just 14th to 16th July.

Details here

Covent Garden

A medium sized screen will be set up along the north side of the main plaza with seating.

Details here

(c) Covent Garden

Hackney Wick

Situated just inside the Olympic Park is “Hackney Bridge”, and they will have a big screen showing the tennis, along with food and drink offers.

Details here


Their big screen will return to Lyric Square, every day from 3th to 16th July.

Details here

Hyde Park

Wimbledon matches will be screened during Open House at BST Hyde Park on Monday 3rd July 12pm, Tuesday 4th July 12pm and Wednesday 5th July 12pm.

Details here

King’s Cross

A large screen is set up on the canal opposite the large staggered seating area – and will be showing Wimbledon during the daytime, plus movies on some of the evenings.

Details here

(c) King’s Cross

London Bridge

More of a bar with screen but it’s outdoors and can be found at Vinegar Yard, which is around the south side of the railway station.

The pizza parlour will be “slinging their za” apparently.

Details here


A large screen is being set up in Portman Square Garden, just behind Selfridges, from 11th to 16th July.

There will also be an on-site guest kitchen supplied by local restaurants.

Details here

(c) Make it Marylebone


There 20 square metre screen at Canons House in place from Middle Saturday (8th July) to final Sunday (16th July).

Details here


There 20 square metre screen at Morden Park in place from Middle Saturday (8th July) to final Sunday (16th July).

Details here


Screenings in the Merchant Square development behind Paddington station. No pre-booking is required and deckchairs are available on a first come, first served basis.

The tennis will be screened every day between 11am – 7pm (later if the games run over) from 3rd to 16th July.

Details here

(c) Merchant Square


A large screen is being set up in the St James Market courtyard a few minutes from Piccadilly Circus.

Will be open from 3rd to 16th July.

Details here

(c) St James Market

Tower Bridge

Showing every day on the big screen at The Scoop, the sunken seating area next to the former City Hall, from Monday 3rd July until the final on Sunday 16th July.

Details here

Tower of London

St. Katharine Docks next to the Tower will show Wimbledon on its floating pontoon between Monday 3rd July to Sunday 16th July 2023.

Details here


A riverside screen is being set up for the Wimbledon championships, and also some free movies later in the summer.

Details here

St Paul’s Cathedral

Actually, on the roof of One New Change, the shopping centre at the back of the cathedral, but you will be able to watch tennis with the cathedral as the backdrop.

Will be open 3rd to 16th July.

Details here

There is also a screen being set up in Paternoster Square next to the cathedral, although the organiser’s website is a bit light on details at the moment.

Details here

Shepherds Bush

Located at Westfield Square by the shopping centre, the screen will be showing the tennis daily from 11am.

Details here


Screenings will take place in Eccleston Yards, a shopping and food venue just to the south of Victoria station.

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 its name, the championships take place at Southfields.

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

Details here

In Wimbledon town centre (which isn’t that close to the tennis grounds), there will be a large screen set up in the couryard near the railway station.

Details here

If picnicking, you can also order a (pricy) official Wimbledon picnic hamper from British Fine Foods.


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One comment
  1. Jim says:

    Battersea Power Station big screen outside showing Wimbledon and Women’s World Cup from 1st July to September

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