Where to Watch Wimbledon in Glasgow
Oh balls. Wimbledon has come around yet again, and yet again we're all counting on Scotland's own Andy Murray to bring it home for Britain. And after the year he's had, we reckon this could be his year to do it again. Don't miss a game, a set or a match, a grunt, a screech or a ball to the eh, balls. There are lots of great pubs and sports bars in Glasgow with big screens where you can soak up the atmosphere and quench the tension with a pint (or a Pimms). Check out our guide of where to watch Wimbledon in Glasgow.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
Waxy O'Connor's takes Wimbledon hella seriously. The great Merchant City pub loves Andy Murray so much, they've dedicated a whole area of the bar to watching Wimbledon. Their Dargle Tennis Fanzone has always-on action, so you'll never miss a set by Serena, or a match from Murray. With great eats, fun vibes and big screens, Waxy's is the place in Glasgow for tennis.
Munro's wouldn't miss the chance to screen Murray's efforts, so if you're looking for a great local base to watch Wimbledon in Glasgow, this friendly neighbourhood craft beer bar is just the place. With great gourmet burgers, pizzas and awesome niche brews, it's the perfect place to park yourself for the day and watch the action.
Record Facktory is littered with screens big and small throughout their Glasgow bar, so throughout the day and evening you can sit and enjoy the action from Wimbledon in the West End. With the bar boasting some great club nights and quiz nights as well as a lengthy food menu - take a lil holiday and camp out here until the finals.
Renfield Street's most talked about new opening has landed with one helluva sport fuelled ban - they're showing all of the Wimbledon action across a big screen, to the tune of craft beer and slow cooked meats. Where better to watch Wimbledon in Glasgow?
See every serve, ace and break point of this year's Wimbledon Championship at the Horseshoe bar. Based on Argyle Street, it'll be showing every second of action from the All England Lawn Tennis Club. As an added bonus, their huge drinks range will definitely keep you hydrated during the drinks breaks. To really soak up all the Summer has to offer, be sure to check out their array of limited edition Summer drinks.
As one of the city's most popular sports bar, Walkabout in Glasgow will definitely be showing all the action at SW19. Alongside their many plasma screens, they offer guests a menu full of your favourite pub food and a compelling list of ice-cold beers from around the world. Sit back with a tall pint of your favourite beer and watch as Andy Murray smashes and volleys his way to Wimbledon glory.
The Corinthian Club definitely knows how to make the most out of the two-weeks around Wimbledon. In addition to broadcasting all the matches live from SW19, they've even produced a special afternoon tea menu just for the occasion. With dishes like Pimms Jelly and Champagne and Strawberry tart, it'll feel as if you're sat in the royal box.
The Finnieston on Argyle Street are so invested in Murray's quest for victory, they've even invested in an outdoor screen for the occasion. Now punters can watch Wimbledon in Glasgow, and feel the drizzle on their strawberries as if they were in centre court itself. Support homegrown talent in more ways than one, by chowing down on fine Scottish fare as you cheer on a fine Scottish player, every day of the tournament at this fine restaurant bar in Glasgow.
Sloans knows how to celebrate watching Wimbledon in Glasgow in style: catch all of the tournament in the bar, and all of the action from the men's final on their cinema sized screen in the Grand Ballroom. Get ready for jugs of Pimms, strawberries and cream. as well as a whole host of other wee snacks to get you in the Wimbledon spirit.
Curler's Rest is a den of live sport in the West End - it will come as no surprise then, that when it comes to watching Wimbledon in Glasgow, this gastro pub is the perfect cosy hideaway to catch all of the action across HD screens. Get your feed of awesome pub grub and work your way through a massive stock of ales while you sigh, grunt and cheer Murray all the way to the finals.