Learn when, where, and how to catch all the action from SW19 right here!
When can I Watch Wimbledon on TV?
- The BBC is the UK rights holder and host broadcaster for forty international networks.
- They will give the championships a lot of airtime across TV, radio, and the internet.
- The event began on July 3 and will conclude on July 15 (women’s final) and 16 (men’s final).
- All games will be broadcast on television and the internet.
Network One of the BBC
Scheduled daily broadcasts from 1:45 pm to 6 pm, featuring matches played on Centre Court.
The show airs daily from 12:30 to 8:30.
From 8:30 to 9:30 every night, BBC Two airs Today at Wimbledon, a highlights show from the tournament.
Red Button ON BBC
Allows spectators to pick from any tournament match between 11:30 a.m. and 9 p.m.
After a weather delay, some games may go past the 11 p.m. curfew.
In addition to tennis greats like Boris Becker, John McEnroe, Billie Jean King, and Martina Navratilova, the studio will also include a number of experts discussing Wimbledon.
Sue Barker, as usual, will be in charge of presenting the coverage.
Where can I Get Wimbledon Streaming Online?
Every game is covered on the BBC Sport website and app, with 15 different live HD streams.
You may also keep up with everything that’s happening with the help of our detailed live blog.
Will the Radio be Broadcasting Wimbledon?
There will be hundreds of hours of programming on BBC Radio 5Live, in addition to a few one-offs.
Still interested in Purchasing Tickets?
- Get there early if you want to get tickets for Centre Court, No. 1, or No. 2.
- Such tickets are in addition to a grounds ticket and will cost at least £25.
- All remaining tickets for the final four days (including the semifinals and finals) have been distributed.
- During the remaining days of the event, a grounds ticket will grant you access to anything on site outside of the main three courts.
- Which means you may watch from Murray Mound or any of the lesser courts.