Friday, 12 June – Group A: Turkey v Italy (21:00)
Wednesday, 17 June – Group A: Italy v Switzerland (21:00)
Sunday, 21 June – Group A: Italy v Wales (18:00)
Saturday, 4 July – QF4: Winner 8 v Winner 7 (21:00)
Matches at the Olimpico in Rome
Going to see a soccer game in Italy is a lively way to get to know the country and its culture. The shout of the crowd and gorgeous green pitch. Attending a football match lets you go beyond the typical itinerary of museums and monuments and just simply hang out with Italians in an authentic environment.
If you have ever attended any kind of sporting match inside a stadium, you know there is nothing like ascending those stairs up to the point where the arena and the crowd come into view. Being in the stands when your team is also exhilarating, as everyone joins together in a call-and-response with the stadium announcer to call out the goal scorer’s name.
Two hours at a soccer game is over in a moment. But it’s an experience that you’ll carry with you for years to come.