Where To Watch The Rio Olympics 2016 In London

Laura Reynolds
By Laura Reynolds Last edited 66 months ago
Where To Watch The Rio Olympics 2016 In London

Yep, it's really been four years since the London Olympics, and this summer the fun moves on to Rio. If you won't be heading out to Brazil to cheer on Team GB and co., the action will be screened at these London locations.

Photo: Dareal Gael

The Official Fanzone at More London

London's Official Fanzone is at The Scoop at More London (the stepped seating area between London Bridge and Tower Bridge on the south side of the river). It's part of the London Bridge City Summer Festival. As well as screenings of selected events, spectators are also able to take part in some Olympic sports.

Free, 6-21 August

Summer Screen at Canary Wharf

The Summer Screen pops up in Canary Square Park showing a range of sporting events, including the Rio Olympics. Follow the Twitter account for details on exactly which events are being screened, and bring along a picnic or grab food at one of the nearby restaurants.

Free, 5-21 August

Exchange Square Broadgate

Exchange Square, next to Liverpool Street station has a big screen — complete with deckchairs — and surrounded by restaurants and bars.

Free, 7-21 August, Monday-Friday, 8am-10pm

Bluebird Restaurant, Chelsea

Chelsea's Bluebird Restaurant once again puts a big screen up in the Courtyard, allowing diners and drinkers to keep up with the action. Follow the Twitter account to find out what's being screened daily.

Free to diners, 5-21 August

Know anywhere else that's screening the Olympics? Let us know in the comments below.

Last Updated 24 June 2016