Next stop: quarter finals. After a hard-fought match against Austria, Italy is ready to face Belgium on Friday 2 July at 9 pm. After the Olimpico and Wembley in London, the Azzurri will have to do their best in the Allianz Arena in Munich in Germany.
Another away match to follow live on Rai 1 and Sky Sport or on the many big screens set up in the city, which have now become real outdoor stadiums where the Romans gather to cheer on “Forza Azzurri”. On the occasion of the match against Belgium there are many screens confirmed in the city, to which there are also some news.
Let’s find out where to see the game Italy-Belgium in Rome on Friday 2 July at 9 pm:
Football Village Piazza del Popolo
The atmosphere is getting hotter in the Football Village in Piazza del Popolo, the hub of the largest Fan Zone in Europe, which has become the main square of the Euro 2020 in Rome. In the square, in addition to the two big screens that broadcast all the Euro 2020 matches, there is the stage where many artists are performing and will perform and two three-on-three soccer fields, where visitors can challenge each other for free. An appointment with Italy-Belgium on Friday evening in Piazza del Popolo.
Cinevillage Talent Park
On Friday 2 July, the Cinevillage Parco Talenti event will pause the cinema to give resonance to the European football championships. In fact, starting at 9 pm, in the open-air cinema arena set up throughout the summer, the match of the Uefa Euro 2020 Italy-Belgium quarter-finals is scheduled. Starting at 20.30 there will be football experts and journalists from the L’Ultimo Uomo editorial staff who will technically present the Uefa Euro 2020 match.
Quarter-finals also protagonists of the Il Cinema in piazza event. Precisely it will be the arena of the Cervelletta Park to host the Italy-Belgium screening on Friday evening. Appointment at 21 and to follow the screening of “My friend Eric”.
Santa Severa Castle
European football championships also protagonists at the Castle of Santa Severa. The “Weekend at the Castle” festival gets underway and the program opens on Friday 2 July with the free admission performances by Scomodo Bang! Band and by Vazzanikki playful resident band that accompanied the two seasons of the irreverent successful program of RAI 2 “A piece of Lundini.” At the end of the performances, the “Italy vs Belgium” match will be screened to cheer the Azzurri together in these quarter-finals (Free admission subject to availability). [TUTTE LE INFORMAZIONI]
Tor Bella Monaca Theater
Quarter-finals protagonists at the Tor Bella Monaca Theater. At 7 pm the show “Who did it on my head?” and at 9 pm the screening of the Italy-Belgium match. Admission is free for up to 200 people.
In the Quadraro area, Europeans look at each other by the pool (or almost). At the Circolo Arca, in fact, it will be possible to watch the game on a video projector with a large screen in the pinseria, roasting and frying shop inside the club, complete with a playground for children.
Europeans also in the Monk’s garden. Reservation is not necessary and admission is free until maximum capacity is reached. This is why it is advisable to arrive early, to avoid being left out. Doors open from 6 pm.
From 11 June to 11 July, on the occasion of the European Football Championship, the Eataly Roma Brewery is transformed into the ‘Birreria dello Sport’. With the reopening of the interior spaces (in addition to the terraces), all fans will be able to follow the matches of the National team and the other matches up to the final match, on the large screens on the first floor of the Ostiense store. Not only that: in the Birreria dello Sport, an initiative dedicated to the European Football Championships is staged. Eataly Roma deploys the sandwich dedicated to the Azzurri and an ‘opponent’ sandwich for each team with which Italy will clash and which will be available, starting two days before and up to two days after the football match. [TUTTE LE INFORMAZIONI]