London's best big screen for sport in summer 2019

Bring on the sunshine and head to Exchange Square for a free big screen showing all the best sporting moments for summer 2019 – complete with the pop-up The BBQ Club at Broadgate (open every day from 11am-11pm). 

In need of some good ideas to make the most of the summer season? Then head to Broadgate with friends for drinks, excellent food and incredible sporting moments. See below to find out what's on when and where to find us.

Throughout the summer we will be showing the Cricket World Cup, US Open, French Open Tennis, various Grand Prix, Africa Cup of Nations, Queens Club Fever-Tree Championships, Royal Ascot, Tour de France, Wimbledon, Netball World Cup, British Open, England vs Ireland Test Match, Glorious Goodwood and finally The Ashes (first and second test). For a detailed breakdown of our schedule see below.

NOTE: due to scheduling, we are only able to list the detail below one week in advance. Our screen schedule will be updated as and when TV schedules are released. 

10 August
8 - 10am - News
10am - 1pm - Live Rugby Championship: Aus vs NZ
1 - 1.30pm - Cycling: European Road Champs
1.30 - 3pm - Live Cycling European Road Champs
3 - 3.30pm - Ultra Trail: Tenerife Bluetrail
3.30 - 7pm - Live Athletics: Euro Team Champs
7 - 10pm - Live PGA Tour Golf

11 August
8 - 10am - News
10am - 12pm - Climbing World Championships
12 - 1pm - Cycling: European Road Champs
1 - 4.30pm - Live International Rudby: ENG vs WALES
4.30 - 4.45pm - PGA Profiles: Anirban Lahiri
4.45 - 5pm - CT Pan: Little Big Time
5 - 10pm - Live PGA Tour Golf

12 August
8 - 10.30am - News
10.30 - 11.30am - Climbing World Championships
11.30am - 1pm - Athletics: European Team Championships
1 - 4.45pm - T20 Blast: Worcester vs Northants 
4.45 - 4.55pm - Ashes Greats: Grat Ashes Catches
5 - 6pm - Climbing World Championships
6 - 9.30pm - Live Women's T20 Surrey vs Vipers
9.30 - 10pm - Sky Sports Tonight

13 August
8 - 10am - News
10 - 1pm - Women's T20 Surrey v Vipers
1 - 2pm - Ashes Greats x 4
2 - 5.20pm - Live Women T20 Storm v Loughborough 
5.20 - 5.50pm - Masterclass: Steve Smith
6 - 9.45pm - Live T20 Blast: Gloucester vs Hants

14 August
8 - 10am - News
10am - 6.55pm - Live The Ashes 2nd Test
6.55 - 10pm - Live T20 Blast: Essex vs Middlesex

15 August
8 - 10am - News
10am - 6.55pm - Live The Ashes 2nd Test
6.55 - 10pm - Live T20 Blast: Derby vs Leicester

16 August
8 - 10am - News
10am - 6.55pm - Live The Ashes 2nd Test
6.55 - 10pm - Live T20 Blast: Yorkshire vs Durham


What sporting highlights should I look out for?
Cricket World Cup 

Don’t miss archrivals India v Pakistan on 16 June and England v Australia on 25 June.

French Open 
In the women’s event, Simona Halep will be hoping to defend her title but Kiki Bertens might have something to say about that. The men’s event looks all set up for a Nadal v Djokovic final if all the pieces fall into place. Djokovic has never beaten Nadal in the final at Roland Garros – will this be his year?

Canadian Grand Prix 
A street circuit built around the 1976 Olympic Park, the Canadian Grand Prix circuit is a 2.71 mile track with 14 turns. Last year’s winner, Sebastian Vettel, gave Ferrari their first win in Canada since Michael Schumacher’s 2004 victory.

Africa Cup of Nations
Hosted in Egypt this year, it will be the first Africa Cup of Nations to feature 24 teams rather than the usual 16. Cameroon are the defending champions but hosts Egypt will be hoping to go one better than their runners-up place in the 2017 competition. There will be plenty of familiar faces from the Premier League to look out for including Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mané of Liverpool, Riyad Mahrez of Manchester City, Christian Atsu of Newcastle, Alex Iwobi and Mohamed Elneny of Arsenal, Victor Wanyama of Spurs and Romaine Saiss of Wolves among others.

US Open
Pebble Beach, California is the location for this year’s US Open where Brooks Koepka will be looking to defend his title. Dustin Johnson will be the main contender to stop him, but you can’t write off Tiger Woods who made history on this course in 2000 when going 12 under par.

Queens Club Fever-Tree Championships
A key stop on the men’s professional ATP World Tour and many of the world’s best players will be competing for the 2019 title, including defending champion Marin Cilic who beat Novak Djokovic in the 2018 final.

Royal Ascot
As much a spectacle of fashion and pageantry as it is horse racing, Royal Ascot is Britain’s most valuable race meeting and quite unlike anything else on the sporting calendar. Ladies Day is on 20 June this year and if you wish to get dressed up to watch on the big screen, please feel free to consult the 23-page Royal Ascot style guide for inspiration.

French Grand Prix
The Circuit Paul Ricard near Marseille is the location for the French Grand Prix. Last year’s winner was Lewis Hamilton for Mercedes.

Austrian Grand Prix
The Austrian Grand Prix takes place at the Red Bull Ring in Styria, a 4.3km course with 10 turns. Max Verstappen won here last year for Red Bull – the first time the constructor has won on its home ground.

Tour de France
The 106th outing of the Tour de France will start in Brussels to mark the 50th anniversary of Eddy Merckx’s first Tour de France victory. The first week ends with a climb up La Planche des Belles Filles with the Pyrenees in week two and the Alps in week three before finishing up in Paris.

The 2019 edition of the legendary Grand Slam tournament is set to be the final tournament outing for former world number one Andy Murray, who is hoping to compete in the doubles tournament. Angelique Kerber and Novak Djokovic are the current defending champions in the single competitions. Djokovic will be looking to lift his fifth Wimbledon title but Roger Federer will no doubt be hot on his heels; the women's’ singles could be a little more open with Karolina Pliskova, Serena Williams, Petra Kvitova and Garbine Muguruza all hoping to make their mark.

British Grand Prix 
The British Grand Prix takes place at Silverstone in Northamptonshire on a 5.89km circuit with 18 turns. Sebastian Vettell won the 2018 race, becoming the first Ferrari driver to win at Silverstone since 2011.

Netball World Cup
Held every four years, the 2019 Netball World Cup is set to take place in Liverpool. Australia are the favorites to pick up the trophy although England fans can take encouragement from the fact that England recently beat Australia in the Commonwealth Games. Jamaica, New Zealand, South Africa and Malawi are the other teams to watch.

British Open
This year’s British Open makes a rare trip outside of England and Wales as it returns to Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland for the first time since 1951. Francesco Molinari won the 2018 British Open by two strokes and will be hoping to retain the famous Claret Jug but he’ll face fierce competition not only from Rory McIlroy, who’ll be desperate to do well on home soil, but also Tiger Woods, Brooks Koepka and Justin Rose.

England v Ireland Test match
Lord’s is the venue for this historic meeting: the first ever Test match between England and Ireland. It’s a four-day Test match (a format not seen since the 1970s) that will serve as an excellent opportunity for Ireland to register their first Test victory against an England team who will be facing Australia in the Ashes a few days later.

German Grand Prix
Round 11 of the 2019 Grand Prix calendar takes us to the Hockenheimring in Baden-Württemberg. Lewis Hamilton won here last year for Mercedes on the 4.5k fan-favourite track with 17 turns and plenty of overtaking opportunities.

Glorious Goodwood
With five days of thrilling action set against the magnificent backdrop of the rolling Sussex countryside, the Qatar Goodwood Festival – otherwise known as Glorious Goodwood – is one of the highlights of the flat-racing season.

Hungarian Grand Prix
The Hungarian Grand Prix takes place at the Hungaroring in Mogyoród, not far from Budapest. It’s a hot, dusty track – 4.38km in length with 14 turns – and famously in 1986 became the first F1 race to take place behind the Iron Curtain. Last year’s winner, Lewis Hamilton, holds the record for wins on this track (6), overtaking Michael Schumacher’s record in 2016.

The Ashes: the First Test
The First Test in the 2019 Ashes series takes place at Edgbaston. The fourth-largest cricket ground in the country, it’s traditionally thought to be one of the most intimidating venues for visiting teams when the crowd gets going. Welcome visitors…

The Ashes: the Second Test
The Second Test in the 2019 Ashes series takes place at Lord’s, perhaps cricket’s most prestigious venue and a ground where Test matches have been taking place since 1884. The MCC Museum at Lord’s is home to the tiny terracotta Ashes urn.


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