Located along the majestic Via dei Fori Imperiali at the corner with Largo Corrado Ricci, one of the most iconic places in the world, you can watch UEFA EURO 2020 matches played in Rome live on big screens at the Fan Zone.
With the Colosseum as the backdrop, the Fan Zone with its three giant screens and a great atmosphere will almost sound like the old arena has come back to life. You'll not want to miss the opportunity to be part of its history!Download map
⚽ Fan Zone key facts:
Entry is free - but you’ll need a ticket.
Tickets for the Fan Zone will be released at 00:01 for match screenings scheduled on the same day.Book your tickets now
Fan Zone: Via dei Fori Imperiali, Largo Corrado Ricci (only match screenings).
Hot Spots: Piazza San Silvestro, Piazza San Lorenzo in Lucina, Piazza Mignanelli and Largo dei Lombardi.
Fan Zone: 11, 16, 20, 26 June and 2, 3, 6 July open from three hours before kick-off until one hour after the final whistle.
Hot Spots: Open every day from 11 June to 11 July between 10:00 and 23:00.
🚇 Getting to the Fan Zone
Colosseo Metro station is the closest station to the Fan Zone. Local bus services also serve the area.
- Taxis are also available nearby.
- There will be no parking around the Fan Zone
Let me give you a top tip:
The Volkswagen EURO 2020 Map on the official EURO 2020 App is the best place to plan your trip to the Fan Zone, with live travel updates and possible routes for your journey.
🎒 Packing tips and more
- All bags will be checked upon entry.
- You can pay cash or with all major international credit/debit cards.
- Don't hesitate to speak to one of the volunteers, the Volkswagen Mobility Makers, if you need help or have a question.
The following items are not allowed: aluminum cans, glass bottles, screws, nuts and marbles; non-plastic and hollow flag sticks and flagpoles, loose keys or bunches with large key rings, belts with metal buckles or studs, paper bombs, firecrackers, smoke bombs or any explosive material, stones, knives or any weapon, laser beam pointers.
The Fan Zone will be open to 1,000 visitors, within the agreed capacity for health and safety measures.
A COVID-19 self-declaration will be required and there will also be temperature checks.
Yes, you will have to wear a face mask at all times. You can safely take it off to eat or drink. It needs to be an FPP2 mask or a surgical mask as a mininum.
To make sure we can keep the Fan Zone safe for everyone, there will be body temperature checks at the entrance and a requirement to maintain social distancing. There will be sanitising stations onsite so you can disinfect your hands frequently. Everyone will be required to wear a face mask at all times.