How to Watch the Wimbledon Live Stream (2023)

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ESPN has the broadcast rights for the Wimbledon Championships, so cable and satellite subscribers can watch the Wimbledon live stream through the official WatchESPN site.

Everyone else can watch the Wimbledon live stream through online streaming services such as Sling TV. To watch this live stream, all you need is a high-speed internet connection, a device such as a smartphone or a laptop, and the right television streaming app.

2023 Schedule Overview

1st Round: June 26

2nd Round: TBA

3rd Round: TBA

4th Round: TBA

Quarter-Finals: TBA

Semi-Finals: TBA

Finals: July 9

Location: Centre Court at The Championships, Wimbledon, London

Stream: ESPN

What Is WatchESPN?

Cable and satellite television subscribers can watch Wimbledon on ESPN and ESPN2, but what if you don't want to sit in front of your television for two whole weeks in July?

WatchESPN is a streaming service that's available to cable subscribers, and you can use it to watch the Wimbledon live stream on your computer, phone, tablet, or even game console. The only requirements are a high-speed internet connection, and your cable subscription needs to include ESPN and ESPN2.

How to Watch Wimbledon Through WatchESPN

Here's how to watch the Wimbledon live stream through WatchESPN:

  1. Navigate to when the Wimbledon Championship is on the air. Locate the player labeled Wimbledon, and click the play button.

    WatchESPN showing Wimbledon.

    If you see your cable or satellite provider's logo in the upper-right corner of the page, you may not have to log in. Click on the Wimbledon player, and the live video will start playing right away if you were logged in automatically.

  2. Select your cable or satellite provider.

    A screenshot of the ESPN provider selection page.
  3. Log in to your cable or satellite account and click Sign In, Log in, or Continue.

    A screenshot of a television provider login page for WatchESPN.

    The login page you see will vary depending on your provider, but you will always have to enter your cable or satellite account email and password to log in.

  4. If the Wimbledon live stream video doesn't automatically open, return to and click the play button again.

    The WatchESPN website works on Windows, macOS, and Linux computers and laptops, as long as you use a web browser like Chrome or Firefox that supports streaming. You don't need to download an app, because you can watch the live stream right on the website.

The Streaming Service Option

Cord cutters aren't able to use WatchESPN, but that doesn't mean you're cut off from the Wimbledon live stream if you don't pay for cable. Instead of using a cable subscription, cord-cutters can watch all of the same action through any television streaming service that includes ESPN and ESPN2.

Streaming services provide access to the same live television channels that you would normally watch through a cable or satellite subscription. Instead of using a cable connection or satellite dish, you stream the live video over a high-speed internet connection. These services typically offer more options, and cost less, than traditional cable television.

Since the entire Wimbledon tournament is broadcast on ESPN and ESPN2, it's important to select a service that includes access to both of these ESPN channels. Most streaming services include ESPN, but a few popular services don't carry it.

Streaming Services for Watching the Wimbledon Live Stream

These are the most popular streaming services that give you access to the Wimbledon live stream:

  • Sling TV: ESPN and ESPN2 are both included with the affordable Sling Orange plan. Other services charge more and offer more channels, but this is a great choice if all you care about is Wimbledon.
  • YouTube TV: This service includes both ESPN and ESPN2 with the base plan.
  • Hulu with Live TV: This service gives access to ESPN and ESPN2, and there are no confusing plans or add-ons to deal with.
  • DirecTV Now: ESPN and ESPN2 are both included in every plan.

All of these services provide some type of free trial, so pick your favorite and you can start watching the Wimbledon live stream for free.

Wimbledon on Mobile, Streaming Devices, and Consoles

The WatchESPN website is designed to work with laptop and desktop computers, so it may not work on your mobile device. If you want to watch the Wimbledon live stream on your phone, tablet, or a streaming device like Roku or Apple TV, you need to download the ESPN app on your device.

This option is only available if you have a cable or satellite subscription. The ESPN app only allows you to stream live events like the Wimbledon Championships if you subscribe to cable or satellite television. If you don't, then the streaming services in the previous section all have apps as well.

Here are the apps you'll need to watch the Wimbledon live stream through WatchESPN:

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