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Where to watch the Euro 2024 final in Rome

Spain take on England in the Euro 2024 final on 14 July.

The hugely anticipated Euro 2024 final will take place at the Olympiastadion Berlin on Sunday 14 July, when Spain take on England, with kick-off at 21.00 Italian time.

Football fans in Rome who want to watch the final on the big screen have plenty of choice, from outdoor festivals to pubs and restaurants around the city.

The final will be shown by the Cinema in Piazza film festival on giant outdoor screens at two of its venues - Cervelletta and Monte Ciocci - as well as at the Notti di Cinema film festival in Piazza Vittorio and the Cinevillage Arena in Monteverde.

The Testaccio Estate summer festival at the Città dell’Altra Economia venue (ex-Mattatoio) will show the final on two big outdoor screens. Entry is free, with street food, pizza and craft beer available.

The open-air Parco Appia summer event will also show the final, with entry from Via dell'Almone 105, as will the Summer Festival at Villa Lazzaroni, with free entry to both venues.

Also showing the Euro 2024 final is Angeli Rock in the Ostiense area, which offers its customers a large space on four levels, including a panoramic terrace overlooking the Basilica of San Paolo; the game will also be screened at Rosti and Largo Venue in Pigneto, at Monk Club in the Portonaccio area, and Ristorante Cugino at the Hoxton in Parioli. Booking advised for all these venues.

Other outdoor options to watch the big game include EUR Social Park, the Mediterraneo restaurant and garden at MAXXI, and the Birreria dello Sport at Eataly Ostiense.

For those who wish to watch the match in a pub, there are multiple options in the city centre.

For the amount of screens, party atmosphere and commentary in English, it would be hard to beat Scholars Lounge just off Piazza Venezia - Rome's largest Irish pub and past winner of the world's Irish Pub of the Year.

The Fiddler’s Elbow and the Druid’s Den - Rome's oldest and third-oldest Irish pub respectively - and Finnegans, all three of which are in the Monti quarter, will also screen the big game.

Other popular pubs showing the Euro final include the Abbey Theatre near Piazza Navona, The Highlander in the historic centre, and The Nag's Head near Piazza Venezia.

The Shamrock and Camden Town - two Irish pubs on opposite sides of the Colosseum - both provide a lively atmosphere, with match commentary in Italian.

For those in Italy who want to watch the Euro 2024 final from the comfort of their homes, the game will be screened by the state broadcaster on Rai1, Rai2, RaiSport and via streaming platform RaiPlay as well as on Sky Sport Italia.

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