Big screens in London showing Andy Murray's Wimbledon final

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If you can't face the queues to get onto Murray Mound at Wimbledon on Sunday, several outdoor big screens in London are showing the men's final for free.

Potters Fields, SE1 2AA

A 'Pimms in the Park' event at Potters Fields promises a big screen showing Andy Murray's final against the backdrop of City Hall and Tower Bridge.

Organisers say there will be 15 street food traders and two bars. Entry is free.

Cardinal Place, Victoria, SW1E 5JD

A big screen will show the tennis at Victoria's Cardinal Place shopping centre. Credit: PA

Cardinal Place promises a free outdoor screening of the final. Seating is provided and restaurants sell refreshments throughout the day.

LoveWimbledon, The Piazza, SW19 1QB

Tennis fans watch the action on a big screen on The Piazza. Credit: LoveWimbledon

Around 500 people watched Murray's semi-final on the outdoor screen at Wimbledon's The Piazza and organisers say they expect even more on Sunday.

Local restaurants and shops provide refreshments throughout the day and entry is free.

Canada Square, Canary Wharf, E14

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An outdoor screen has shown tennis and Formula 1 throughout the summer.

Fans gather on the grass in front of the action and nearby retailers offer refreshments.

BankSide Mix, SE1 9EU

The BankSide Mix shopping centre will show the Wimbledon final on an outdoor screen with limited seating provided for fans. Entry is free.

The temporary outdoor screen seen at BankSide Mix. Credit: Facebook / Tossed

General Gordon Square, Woolwich, SE18 6HD

The Big Screen in General Gordon Square, Woolwich turned into a Live Site during the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Credit: Greenwich 2012

With trees and grass terraces, landscaped General Gordon Square provides a green oasis in the heart of Woolwich.

The Big Screen and built-in bench seating make it an ideal venue.

BlueBird restaurant, Chelsea, SW3 5UU

Up-market Chelsea restaurant BlueBird is showing the men's final on a big screen in its courtyard but advises booking a place before travelling.