Where to watch Wimbledon Tennis

Where to watch Wimbledon Tennis Finals 2023


Missed out on tickets to The Wimbledon Tennis Championships? Here’s how you can still soak up the buzzing atmosphere of the finals.

Game, set, match. The Wimbledon Finals are upon us and there are screens popping up around London and Surrey, so you can keep track of the score, soak up the atmosphere and cheer on at the end of this year’s championships.

Where to watch Wimbledon Tennis Finals 2023:

1 Murray Mound (Henman Hill)

If you have secured a grounds ticket for this year’s Championships, head to Henman Hill located at the All-England Tennis Club. Find a spot on the grass and get ready to clap and cheer amongst fellow fans. This is unrivalled for atmosphere, especially for the finals, as its large screen and tantalising closeness to Centre Court make it almost as good as a court-side ticket.

2 Eccleston Yards, Belgravia

With plenty happening in and around the courtyard, the pop-up screens in Eccleston Yards are a great option for visitors to watch the tennis finals. Kick back and recline on one of the deck chairs whilst enjoying food, drinks and treats from the surrounding al-fresco dining restaurants. Book a table at Morena, which has al fresco seating nearest the screen, or grab a cocktail from a new pop-up bar sponsored by Amie Wine. Eccleston Yards is just a short walk from Victoria station.

21 Eccleston Place, London, SW1W 9NF

3 Rose & Crown, Wimbledon Village

Where better to soak up the Wimbledon tennis atmosphere than Wimbledon Village itself? On Finals Sunday, Rose and Crown will be serving up champagne and a dance party to celebrate. Enjoy summery cocktails while watching from one of the outdoor TV screens in the ‘Tennis Club’ pop-up in the pub’s suntrap terraced garden. The pub garden has been transformed for the tennis, with a Sipsmith marquee, outdoor screens, live music, plenty of Pimm’s, Burger Shack burgers and more blush rosé than you can shake a racquet at.

The Rose & Crown, 55 High Street, Wimbledon, SW19 5BA 

4 The Piazza, Wimbledon

Love Wimbledon’s pop-up screens and deckchairs are back again this year, offering a spot to relax with a drink and cheer on the tennis champions. Conveniently in the centre of Wimbledon, The Piazza is just a stone’s throw from the main station, and is surrounded by Wimbledon’s shops and restaurants.

The Piazza, Wimbledon, London SW19 1QB

5 Dog & Fox, Wimbledon Village

With a gorgeous outdoor terrace, six TV screens as well as a huge projector, you won’t miss a swing at this year’s final, at the ever-popular Dog and Fox in Wimbledon Village. The bar is open until late, and you can also book a stay in one of their lovely pub rooms.  

24 High St, London SW19 5EA  

6 The Refinery Bankside, Southwark 

A stone’s throw from Southwark and Waterloo stations, The Refinery Bankside offers one of the largest outdoor screens, set to screen the Wimbledon final, in the whole of London, plus plenty of deck chairs and a fully stocked bar.

110 Southwark St, SE1 0TF

Where to watch Wimbledon Tennis

7 The Alexandra, Wimbledon

An old favourite of tennis aficionados as well as Wimbledonians in general, The Alexandra is within easy reach of the tennis club. It is broadcasting the Sunday final on the al fresco terrace with great tipples and tasty food galore.

33 Wimbledon Hill, SW19 7NE

Where to watch Wimbledon Tennis

8 Bingham Riverhouse, Richmond

Its Members’ Lounge will have enormous screens and guests can also spill out into the gorgeous riverside garden with a glass Pimm’s. Get in touch with Bingham Riverhouse to find out how to become a member!

9 Big Screen London, Fulham and Dulwich

Big Screen is back to launch a series of quintessentially English garden party-themed live pop-ups within the iconic setting of Dulwich Picture Gallery’s meadow and Eel Brook Common in the heart of Fulham, SW6. See all the serves, slams and volleys in full HD glory at their screenings of the Wimbledon Men’s Final and the Mixed Doubles Final.

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