Where To Watch The Wimbledon Final

Strawberries and Screen in King’s Cross
Head to Lewis Cubitt Square in King’s Cross where free outdoor screenings of Wimbledon’s Final will be shown. With only 50 deck chairs available make sure you get there early. Bring a picnic, kick back and let the game begin!
Cubitt Square, King's Cross

The Pimm’s Wimbledon Bar
Located in the heart of London in one of the most well known department stores in the world, Selfridges, you can watch the tennis unfold this weekend whilst sipping on a glass of Pimm’s. ‘The Pimm’s Wimbledon Bar’ on the terrace of Selfridge’s Roof Deck Restaurant has been tennis themed for the past fortnight of Wimbledon!
Selfridges, Oxford Street

Wimbledon at The Waldorf Hilton
Have a pop-up tennis experience in celebration of the world’s oldest tournament at the Waldorf Hilton. The hotel is transforming its library into its very own Murray Mound, and it’ll come complete with grass, white picket fencing, sporting memorabilia and giant screens. There’ll also be lots of Pimm’s and tasty tennis-themed treats and drinks available.
Waldorf Hilton, Covent Garden

Surf’s Up!
Recline in a deckchair and enjoy a cinema experience on the sand with a new series of outdoor summer screenings at the Roundhouse’s urban beach. Working with Big Beach Screen Events, the team behind Europe’s largest open air cinema, the beach will open for free screenings of the Wimbledon finals July 15-16. Get down early and tuck into delicious food and a drink from a beach-side bar.
Roundhouse, Chalk Farm

London Bridge City Summer Festival
Located on the river side between London Bridge and Tower Bridge, the onsite big screens will be showing the final this Sunday. Visitors also have the choice of onsite bars offering Pimms, Prosecco on tap, cocktails, and a range of street food provided.
London Bridge, Southwark

Wimbledon Tennis on the Terrace
South Place Hotel will be screening the Men’s Championship Final on a large Bang and Olufsen screen on its open-air rooftop terrace. Like Centre Court, rain certainly won’t stop play; should the heavens open, a fully retractable roof will keep supporters dry so sit back in a deckchair and soak up the atmosphere with a tub of Northern Bloc white chocolate and strawberry meringue artisan ice cream, a gourmet scotch egg, and a refreshing cocktail - all included in the £28 ticket price.
South Place Hotel, Shoreditch

Dining at The Bluebird
It wouldn’t be Wimbledon without the giant tennis balls on its courtyard. Transforming their luxurious space into a mini centre court, Bluebird’s outdoor courtyard will give way to a large TV screen, a mini Astroturf and the first ever Moet Champagne truck. There is a special menu on offer for the final, including a 3 course meal at £100 per head. 
Bluebird, Chelsea