July 24, 2021

Italy-Spain: from Turin to Palermo, where you can follow it on the big screen

In Cervere (Cuneo) Venditti will interrupt the concert at 9 pm to follow the game on stage

Eleven thousand Italians and 9 thousand Spaniards: according to Uefa the cheering at Wembley will be divided as follows, which tonight reopens to 60 thousand spectators. In Italy there are dozens of initiatives to follow the game in a group, on giant screens. Here is a short guide: from Turin to Palermo. The anticovid regulations are always those of the white zone: spectators only seated, entrance by reservation and a distance of one meter.

Here Milan

Large screens were set up at the Idroscalo (Magnolia circle) and at the East Milan Arena organized by the Martinitt theater in Lambrate, but reservations are always required and seats are running out.

Here Rome

Two official giant screens will be set up in Rome, at the Football village in Piazza del Popolo and at the Imperial Forums. But there are at least another ten places where the game can be followed: from the Verano Garden to the Moovenda village, from the Eur Social park to the Talenti Cine Village. Large screens also at the Tor Bella Monaca Theater and at the Labia Park.

Here Turin

At the Arena Spettacoli in Piazza Martiri della Libertà you can watch the game on the big screen. In Cervere (Cuneo) Antonello Venditti will interrupt the concert at 9 pm to follow the game on the screen mounted on the stage. In Biella 350 free places in Piazza Duomo. In Alessandria, the semifinal of the European Championship will take place in the place where the Tricolor was hoisted for the first time in Italian history, in the Cittadella, in the fortress where on 10 March 1821 the flag flew for the first time, on the big screen set up for the event outdoor cinema. Public admission is allowed subject to availability.

Here Veneto

From Mestre (in the courtyard in front of the Museo del Novecento M9 and in piazzale Candiani), to Padua (to the Prandina park, but also to the Parco della Musica alla Stanga, to the Milcovich park and the Vita park of Ponte San Nicolò) and Treviso (Parco degli Talking trees at Villa Margherita) there are dozens of big screens where you can follow the game in Veneto.

Here Bologna

Several venues with games and refreshment points also in Bologna: at BolognaLive in the park of Villa Angeletti, at the Parco del Dopolavolo railway, at the Pontelungo Gardens, at the Pizzoli sports center, at Villa Spada and at the Ca ‘de Mandorli park in San Lazzaro di Savena.

Here Palermo

In Palermo it will be possible to follow the game on the big screen at the Palagiotto. Admission is free.