Euro 2024 and Wimbledon: where to watch near Greenford Quay

The summer of sport is here! We round up the best places to watch

If you’re a sports fan, there’s a lot to get excited about this summer. Are you a sucker for enduring the highs and lows of watching England play in the Euros? Or would you rather sit back with your Pimms as the drama unfolds on Wimbledon’s Centre Court? It’s all happening this summer – with the Paris Olympics also just around the corner at the end of July.

Don’t miss out on those historic moments, with our guide to the best places to watch near Greenford Quay’s premium rental apartments.

The Myllet Arms, Greenford

Forget cramming up against the bar while you catch England playing Switzerland this Saturday. The Myllet Arms allows you to book a table up to two hours before the Three Lions kick off, and up to an hour before other teams. So you can at least sit down while hiding behind your pint glass for 90 minutes. And for when the sun does make an appearance, there’s an outdoor screen.

Greenford Quay

You don’t have to go far to soak up the buzz of the Euros. Greenford Quay’s West London community will be streaming all the games until the final on 14 July throughout our buildings. Head to the cinema and games room at Lyon’s Dock and Tillerman’s Court to cheer on your team, and watch the latest match while challenging your neighbours to some pool in the games room at Glassworks.

If you’d rather watch the world’s greatest athletes take to the track, velodrome or pool, our canalside amphitheatre will play host to a big screen from next month, where you can catch all the action from the Paris Olympics.

Greenford Arms, Greenford

This cheerful boozer in the centre of Greenford has a wealth of offers for football fans throughout the Euros. Earn a stamp for every National team game you watch and win free pints with its Passport to Europe. And if you like a snack to go with your beer, sign up for the Bottomless Crunch with 90 minutes of unlimited Walkers crisps. Feeling brave? Try the Southgate Slammer, a Sourz cherry and Dissarano velvet shot.

Already had enough of the football? This sports-loving local is also screening Formula One races and rugby league matches all summer.


You don’t need to travel all the way to Wimbledon to follow the live action from SW19. Just a short drive away from Greenford Quay in Ealing Broadway, outdoor screens are showing the giants of tennis battle it out at the All England Tennis Club.

Entertainment venue Filmworks has a selection of courtside offers from its restaurants and bars to enjoy while revelling in Djokovic’s latest ace. Enjoy 10% off selected items at Black Sheep Coffee, or order a pint and a pizza from Teatro Hall and have it delivered to your seat. So you never have to miss a point.

The Grange, Ealing

Tucked away on a corner of Ealing Common in West London, The Grange is a great place for hungry sports fans. This stunning Victorian pub serves upmarket food – think Bloody Mary Cornish mussels, Sirloin steak and mouthwatering sharing platters – alongside all the summer’s hottest tournaments.

It’s showing the Euros and Wimbledon, so book a table inside or in their sunny courtyard garden, grab a Pimms and enjoy. Want a room to yourself? The Grange also offers private screenings for that ultimate game day experience.

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