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Top Five Places to Watch the 2016 Rio Olympics in London

Top Five Places to Watch the 2016 Rio Olympics in London

Although the Olympics Games are far from home, it’s no excuse to not be a part of the festivities. 

Round up your team and head out on the town. We’ve narrowed down the top five places in London for you and your mates to catch all the action and atmosphere as if you’re right there in Rio!

Where To Watch The 2016 Rio Olympics

1) The Official Fan Zone at The Scoop at More London

This venue is part of the London Bridge City Summer Festival. Entrance is free and live coverage of the games will be screened from the 6th - 21 st of August 2016 at selected times.

2) Pop Fields

This summertime hangout is a sport lover’s dream! Their big screen draws in crowds from all over the south of London where major sporting events are screened. The Olympic Games will be sure to draw in all our GB Team supporters and keep you cheering. Not to worry there’ll be plenty of food and drink available from top street vendors to keep your thirst quenched and your stomach satisfied.

3) Summer Screen at Canary Warf

This screen will pop up from the 5th - 21st of August where spectators are invited to pack their own grub or grab a bite at one of the nearby restaurants. If you’re packing your own picnic, make sure you store your drinks in our range of Corkcicle Canteens that are guaranteed to keep your drinks cool for the entire day or warm for up to 12 hours. The best thing about these canteens are that they’ll allow you to go where glass can’t!

4) Merchant Square

The lawn area becomes the perfect hub for sports lovers and GB team fans as they’ll all gather to watch the games between 5th - 21st August. Screenings are free and you’ll be able to grab a deckchair if you’re early enough to sip on a cocktail as the games take place and the fans begin to cheer. This place gets full so don’t rock up late or you might not get a spot.

5) Broadgate Exchange Square

If you want a bit more privacy but still enough atmosphere this venue is perfect. Their big screen is conveniently situated near Broadgate Circle’s variety of lunching options you’ll be spoilt for choice on where and what to eat and can still manage to catch the highlights with like-minded people around you!

What are you waiting for? Round up your crew and start making plans to get out and support Team GB! You might not be in Rio but we know you’ll make London’s atmosphere just as festive!