Where to Watch Wimbledon in Wimbledon

If you’ve not been lucky enough to bag yourself a ticket for this year’s Wimbledon, then not to worry – we’ve got you covered!

Wimbledon is one of the biggest annual events in South West London, so it is important that you get a front row seat, whether that is a first-hand view or on screen at one of Wimbledon’s many pubs and bars. Here are some of the best places in Wimbledon to watch the matches.

Hemingway’s
57 High Street Wimbledon, London SW19 5EE

Head to Hemingway’s to watch the matches in a tranquil environment. This chic venue, famed for being one of the best cocktail bars in South West London, is a great place to spoil yourself and relax as you watch the events of Wimbledon 2017. Come down and find their Moet Hennessy corner for all your Moet and Pimms needs before enjoying them Al Fresco style!

The Slug
17 Hartfield Rd, London SW19 3TA

A heavily enthusiastic, sport-loving crowd is sure to keep you pumped up whilst watching the matches commence at The Slug on Hartfield Road. Grab yourself a traditional pub lunch as you and your friends and family celebrate or commiserate the work of your favourite players. Sip on a beer from their awesome collection as you sit back and watch how the matches play out on one of their many screens located across their two floors.

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

The Rose & Crown are bringing back their now traditional Wimbledon Marquee, meaning you can grab your friends, head down, enjoy a cool, refreshing drink and catch the excitement of the matches on one of their many screens.

Dog & Fox
24 High Street Wimbledon, London SW19 5EA

Located in the heart of Wimbledon Village, the Dog & Fox pub is the self-proclaimed place to be during Wimbledon 2017. Get together with friends and relish in the buzzing atmosphere of this boutique style venue or soak up the sunshine in their beer garden as they broadcast the tennis on screen. There’ll also be hosting live music, so you can keep the party going well after the matches finish. Info here.

Wimbledon Piazza

Love Wimbledon’s Big Screen is back this summer to show the Wimbledon Championships. No costs and no queues; pull up a deckchair, grab a bite to eat and soak up the sun whilst watching the world’s tennis giants battle it out on Centre Court. More info can be found here.

Queue Up

If you simply can’t accept that you’re without a ticket, there is always the opportunity to queue up and grab one on the day. This method, however, is not without its downside – you may need to queue up the night before if you want a good chance of succeeding to get a ticket for one of the show courts.You can only grab one ticket each, and only cash payments are accepted, but this certainly gives those without a ticket a glimmer of hope to live the full Wimbledon 2017 experience. More info here.

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Henman Hill (AKA Murray Mound)

Head to Henman Hill to catch all of the action from Wimbledon 2017as it happens. With strawberries and cream in tow, you’re guaranteed to get as close to the full viewing experience as possible via the giant television screen provided. Whether you’re supporting Williams, Murray or Nadal, you’re sure to be high on community spirit. Join the queue for ground tickets and get their early – but it sure is worth it!

Wimbledon 2017 commences on Monday 3 July before wrapping up on Sunday 16 July. It looks set to be an exciting Tennis season!