Places to Watch Wimbledon in London 2018

Looking for where to watch Wimbledon 2018? Though a coveted seat to the world’s most famous tennis tournament can be hard to get, throughout the games, which run from the 2nd-15th of July 2018, the city of London becomes tennis obsessed. You just need four essentials: a cute summer dress, a pitcher of Pimm’s, strawberries and cream and a stylish venue to watch the game and soak up the atmosphere. Scouting high and low, we asked our most stylish girlfriends in the city for the ten favorite spots to watch.

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Wimbledon: Murray Mound

Can’t get tickets to the courts? Don't fret: Murray Mound (formerly Henman Hill) is always the next best thing. Overspill area turned hot destination in its own right, this year the screen on which matches are shown has doubled in size, from six by nine metres to six by 18 metres, making it one of the biggest permanent outdoor screens in the country. Tickets are available to buy on each day of the event from the link below.

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West London: The Prince

Located in West Brompton, The Prince of Wales pub has been restored and rebuilt into a beautiful summer English garden-themed setting. Streaming Wimbledon for the entire tournament, while it's a huge space, it's a good idea to reserve your spot as they do get busy.

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fulham: neverland Beach Club

Perched by the Thames, Fulham Beach Club is inspired by stylish indoor/outdoor Ibiza beach venue. There's a big screen for streaming games so lounge on day beds with a group of friends, book your own beach hut, or reserve an exclusive cabana on the beach. There's bottomless brunches on weekends also.

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Paddington: Pergola

A hidden alfresco garden, with 850 seats and DJs? Check, check and check. This pop-up, which attracted over 179,000 people in its inaugural incarnation in 2017, will be screening matches from four 58-inch TVs set up across the huge rooftop venue in west London. There's a choice of self-service bites too from burgers to tacos or Vietnamse, your game snackage is covered.

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Piccadilly Circus: St James Market

Round the corner from Regent Street, James’s St is hosting live screenings of Wimbledon from 2 July - 15 July. What's more, you can grab a mid-game cocktail or coffee in the market. Our tip? Grab a pre or post bite from Scully – the first restaurant from celebrated former Ottolenghi and Nopi chef, Ramael Scully.

6 Coq D'Argent, the City- London

the City: Coq D'Argent

Screening the Wimbledon tournament on their upper terrace in partnership with Tanqueray gin brand, Coq D'Argent rooftop is a perfect spot to watch the match- spritz in hand. For the finals weekend, they will serve a special Parisian Feast with a welcome cocktail, bottomless starters, main courses and desserts.

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London Bridge: Summer By The River

Watch the ladies final on 14th and the men's final on 15th in London Bridges's Roman-style amphitheatre, The Scoop. With sunken seating for 1000 people, and an iconic Thames-side location, it makes for a memorable match screening.

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8 Chelsea: Bluebird cafe

Chelsea: Bluebird cafe

Chelsea's upscale Bluebird cafe will screen all games throughout the tournament. Their sun-drenched courtyard is made for rose all day, while on the 14th and 15th July, for the Wimbledon Women and Men’s finals, there's a 3 course menu on offer for £75 per person.

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9 Wimbledon: The Fire Stables

Wimbledon: The Fire Stables

The Fire Stables in Wimbledon Village will be showing all matches on their HD screens and, while close to the action, they'll be offering Laurent Perrier bubbles from their Champagne & Oysters bar. There are also 4 nights of live music for the #TennisAfterParty

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Tucked away behind Liverpool Street Station, in Exchange Square, you'll find Wimbledon screened all week in this Hamptons-inspired pop-up bar. There'll be serving G&Ts, Pimms and draft beers on the alfresco lawn.