After its comfortable 3-0 win against Ukraine, Italy gets ready for tonights match in the semi-final against World Cup host country.

In Rome the city has set up giant screens in Circo Massimo for the Italy-Germany game, which kicks off at 21.00. The original plan was to screen the match in Piazza S. Giovanni but the decision was made on the location of Circo Massimo as it has more seating and parking space and as it is more convenient for commuters (being closer to the metro B line, which is open until 23.00).

Another giant screen has been set up in Teatro Tor Bella Monaco for Tuesdays game.

In addition to these two maxi-screens sponsored by city authorities, other big screens across the capital will also show the game. Among the venues will be Piazza Santa Maria Liberatrice in Testaccio, Castel Sant'Angelo and Piazza Vittorio Emmanuele as well as places hosting Estate Romana events: the Forum Estate at the Foro Italico, the Festival delle Culture at Villa Ada, Villa Celimontana and the Isola Tiberina.