Season 2019


  • Rome
  • 5-8 September 2019

Longines Global Champions Tour of Rome Show Schedule: 
(Please note, all times local and may be subject to change or alteration)

Click here for the detailed CSI 2* - CSI 5* FEI Schedule.

For information about the GCL Team competition, please click here


Where can I watch it? 

All the CSI 5* rounds will be streamed live via our website featuring exclusive studio interviews, expert commentary and of course all the action from the arena. Check out GCT TV here to be directed to the live stream, or click here to see the full broadcast schedule. Selected CSI 5* classes will also be streamed via our official Facebook Live channels. 


What does this all mean?

For a brief explainer, please scroll down to the bottom of the page for a summary.* 


Provisional Timetable

Thursday 5th September 2019
12.30 CSI 2* 1.10/1.15m Two-Phase (1.500€)
13.30 CSI 2* 1.25/1.30m Two-Phase (2.500€)
15.30 CSI 2* 1.35/1.40m Two-Phase (3.500€)


Friday 6th September 2019
08.30 CSI 2* 1.30m Speed Class (3.500€)
10.45 CSI 2* 1.15m Speed Class (2.000€)
13.15 CSI 5* 1.45m Two-Phase (25.000€)
16.15 CSI 5* GCL Rome Round One (59.400€ to individual class winner)


Saturday 7th September 2019
08.30 CSI 2* 1.40m Speed Class (4.500€)
10.25 CSI 2* 1.30m Jump-Off (5.000€)
13.15 CSI 5* GCL Rome Round Two (93.300€ to individual class winner)
16.30 CSI 5* LGCT Grand Prix of Rome (300.000€)


Sunday 8th September 2019 


CSI 2* 1.15m Jump-Off (3.000€)
10.00 CSI 2* 1.45 Grand Prix (25.000€)
12.15 CSI 5* 1.45m Speed Class (25.000€)
14.00 CSI 5* 1.50m Jump-Off (93.300€)

*What does this all mean? 

Each Longines Global Champions Tour and GCL event can be separated into two categories - CSI 5* and CSI 2* classes. The CSI 5* is the top level competition, where the top-ranked riders in the world will compete for the highest prize money, over the biggest fences - up to 1.60m which is the highest in the sport. The CSI 2* classes are slightly smaller in height, and offer opportunities for many local athletes as well as international rising stars. 

The GCL is the team competition, where riders unite like never before to compete for points in the overall Championship. All roads lead to the GC Prague Playoffs, which will see 16 teams compete in the GCL Super Cup this November, so every point counts over the course of the Championship calendar. 

The Longines Global Champions Tour is the individual Championship, with the world's best battling for the LGCT Grand Prix win. This offers the biggest prize money of the weekend, valuable Championship ranking points, and a win would mean they qualify for a place in the GC Prague Playoffs, where the Longines Global Champions Super Grand Prix will take place. This will see the winners of each Grand Prix throughout the season return for a final locking of horns, to see who will come out on top after another electric season on Tour.