This summer, it’s time to dig out the running trainers and dust off that tennis racket with a jam-packed line-up of national sport set to get us into the competitive spirit.
Read on to find out where you can enjoy this summer of sport to remember
Madera at Treehouse
Looking for somewhere to watch the final of the Euros in central London? Look no further than Madera at Treehouse. Tuck into a Mexican feast of tacos and margaritas and prepare to sing 'it's coming home' from the rooftops of Regent Street. Book your spot here.
Missing the stadium atmosphere? Feel transported to the continent at Gaucho where you can catch the euros on the big screen. Tennis more your thing? No problem, Gaucho will also be showing the entire Queens tournament as well as Wimbledon with a fever tree takeover on the terrace. Book a spot either ‘court-side’ or on a more relaxed deckchair, then its game, set, match….relax. Find out more here.
If you’re a regular at centre court but can’t make it this year, you’re in for a treat at Bentley’s. Watch Wimbledon in central London on Bentley’s 62” plasma screen, complete with Wimbledon inspired cocktails. Cheers to that. book your table here.
Prefer to take your sport at a slightly slower pace? This summer you can indulge in a yoga practise wherever and whenever you’re ready with lululemon’s ‘music to move to’ playlists available free on Spotify. Pop into the Regent Street store to get everything you need to stretch out all summer long. Tune in here.
Nothing beats a revamp, which is exactly what Regent Street’s Rapha have done. The Rapha London Clubhouse just around the corner from Piccadilly Circus is back bigger than ever, having undergone a complete refurbishment. Rapha iscelebrating with a program of rides and events to help blow away the lockdown cobwebs. Read more about women’s cycling, new riders or hill cycling experiences here.
Fancy trying your hand at something new this summer? Seize the moment and pop into St James’s Farlow’s before heading out to the countryside for everything you need to become a fishing expert. No time quite like the present to tackle that tackle box. Find out everything you need to know here.
E by Equinox
In need of some decompression after a sporting summer’s day? Our top tip is Pilates at E by Equinox in St James’s. Choose from in-studio or online Pilates with certified instructors who will guide you through a core workout that will leave you energised and ready to take on your next sporting challenge. Find out more here.
The Great Outdoors
Sometimes, there’s nothing better than gathering friends and family for a nostalgic sports day in one of our neighbourhood’s great green spaces. St James’s Park offers plenty of space for rounders, relay races or even an egg and spoon race. Out for something a little more compact, visit St James’s Square and bring your picnic and pétanque.
Stay tuned for updates on where you can watch the Tokyo Olympics and more in central London this summer. Looking for something to eat or a well-earned drink post a day of sporting adventure? Read our top tips on places to eat and drink in central London whatever the weather this summer.