Enjoy a Summer of Sport in Eccleston Yards in partnership with MATCHES.

Watch open-air live screenings of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships and The Ashes Test matches in this Belgravia courtyard, a picturesque suntrap just moments from Victoria station.

Visitors can watch all the sporting action from a beanbag, a MATCHES marble-branded deck chair, or picnic bench, while feasting on food and drink from the leafy courtyard’s restaurants, bars and cafes.

Leading luxury fashion retailer MATCHES is offering visitors to Summer of Sport 20% off purchases £300 and over, online and in-store. Find the QR code on deck chairs in Eccleston Yards and scan to redeem this offer.

Don’t leave without grabbing a photo with your friends or family in the vintage photo booth.

Summer of Sport screenings schedule

3-16 July, 11am-10pm daily: Wimbledon Tennis Championships.

19-23 July, 11am-10pm daily: England vs Australia Ashes Test match.

20 July, 7pm: Mrs Doubtfire.

27-31 July, 11am-10pm daily: England vs Australia Ashes Test match.

27 July, 7pm: Mamma Mia.

All screenings are free to attend. For the films, headphones will be provided free of charge. The films aren’t ticketed but seating is available on a first come, first served basis.

Food and drink during screenings

During the screenings, Amie Wine will be hosting a pop-up bar, and takeaway food and drink will be available from Eccleston Yards restaurants, including Atis and Morena.

Indulge in strawberries and cream, ice cream or summer cocktails – including Pimm’s and Aperol Spritz – from Biscuiteers icing cafe in Eccleston Yards, or buy a glass of bubbly from the Biscuiteers Prosecco Cart, open from the end of June until the end of summer.

In July, Biscuiteers will also be offering tennis-themed DIY icing sessions where you can enjoy a cup of tea or strawberries and cream while decorating your own biscuits (from £24 per person) or two-hour school of icing classes, for £90 per person.

Soak up the sun by dining alfresco in The Jones Family KitchenMorena and Wild by Tart.