The most intense club football tournament is fully featured on the screens of The Highlander Pub! We are probably the only pub in Rome that can broadcast up to 6 games from UEFA Champions League simultaneously! The group stage of this 2019/2020 edition of the tournament has been completed. The draw that took place in December determined some juicy clashes in the final sixteen. It cannot be otherwise as the top teams of Europe are involved in the competition. In any case the matches that strike attention are the pairs of Bayern Munich vs Chelsea, Real Madrid vs Manchester City and then the Reigning Champions from Liverpool vs. Atletico Madrid.
The full schedule of the upcoming matches is below:
Dear Highlander Pub guests, fans and friends,
We can gladly inform you that we will host our grand reopening on Wednesday, June 3rd. The bar will be open from 12pm till midnight Monday through Thursday and from 12pm till 2am Friday through Sunday. Currently rules for bars and restaurants in Rome require customers indoors to wear masks and the capacity of the seats will be reduced. So just beware.
We cannot wait to see all of you again and get things back on track!
The Highlander Team
* upon request - the games that are marked "upon request" need to be requested at least a couple of hours before the start of those. Once you request them you need to be at The Highlander at least 30 minutes before kick off time (or, for the late games 30 min before our closing time)! We cannot guarantee their broadcasting on our screens if you arrive at The Highlander in the last minute before their start or even worse - when they have already started
** already requested - the games that have been "already requested" might not be necessarily televised if the people who have requested them fail to arrive 30 min prior to the start of those games (or, for the late games 30 before the closing time). Generally those games coincide with many other venues and sometimes other guests end up requesting additional events in the last minute. Certainly we accomodate them in case the customers who have made the original requests do not show up.