A.S. Roma

Italian football club based in Rome

Associazione Sportiva Roma, commonly known as just Roma, is an Italian professional football club from Rome. They play their home games at Stadio Olimpico. They share the stadium with city rivals SS Lazio. It is the second largest stadium in the country, only behind San Siro in Milan. San Siro has an 80,000 capacity.

Roma
Full nameAssociazione Sportiva Roma SpA
Founded1927
GroundStadio Olimpico
Capacity70,600
ChairmanDan Friedkin[1]
ManagerPaulo Fonseca
LeagueSerie A
2020–217th of 20
Current season

The club was founded in 1927 from a merger of three clubs: Alba-Audace Roma, Fortitudo-Pro Roma and Roman.

The club has played in the top division of Italian football for every season except the 1951–52 season, where they played in Serie B and won the league that season.

Current SquadEdit

As of 28 May 2021.[2]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
2 DF   Netherlands Rick Karsdorp
3 DF   Brazil Roger Ibañez
4 MF   Italy Bryan Cristante (vice-captain)
6 DF   England Chris Smalling
7 MF   Italy Lorenzo Pellegrini (captain)
9 FW   Bosnia and Herzegovina Edin Džeko
11 FW   Spain Pedro
13 GK   Spain Pau López
14 MF   Spain Gonzalo Villar
17 MF   France Jordan Veretout
18 DF   Italy Davide Santon
19 DF   United States Bryan Reynolds
20 DF   Argentina Federico Fazio
No. Pos. Nation Player
21 FW   Spain Borja Mayoral (on loan from Real Madrid)
22 MF   Italy Nicolò Zaniolo
23 DF   Italy Gianluca Mancini (3rd captain)
24 DF   Albania Marash Kumbulla (on loan from Verona)
27 MF   Argentina Javier Pastore
31 FW   Spain Carles Pérez
37 DF   Italy Leonardo Spinazzola
42 MF   Guinea Amadou Diawara
61 DF   Italy Riccardo Calafiori
77 MF   Armenia Henrikh Mkhitaryan
87 GK   Brazil Daniel Fuzato
92 FW   Italy Stephan El Shaarawy


TitlesEdit

  • Serie A
    • Winners (3): 1941–42, 1982–83, 2000–01
  • Serie B
    • Winners (1): 1951–52
  • Coppa Italia
    • Winners (9): 1963–64, 1968–69, 1979–80, 1980–81, 1983–84, 1985–86, 1990–91, 2006–07, 2007–08
  • Supercoppa Italiana
    • Winners (2): 2001, 2007
  • Inter-Cities Fairs Cup
    • Winners (1): 1961

League positionEdit

  • Season Division Position
    1929–30 Serie A 6th
    1930–31 Serie A 2nd
    1931–32 Serie A 3rd
    1932–33 Serie A 5th
    1933–34 Serie A 5th
    1934–35 Serie A 4th
    1935–36 Serie A 2nd
    1936–37 Serie A 10th
    1937–38 Serie A 6th
    1938–39 Serie A 5th
    1939–40 Serie A 7th
    1940–41 Serie A 11th
    1941–42 Serie A Champions
    1942–43 Serie A 9th
    1945–46 Serie A 6th
    1946–47 Serie A 15th
    1947–48 Serie A 17th
    1948–49 Serie A 14th
    1949–50 Serie A 17th
    1950–51 Serie A 19th
    1951–52 Serie B Champions
    1952–53 Serie A 6th
    1953–54 Serie A 6th
    1954–55 Serie A 3rd
    1955–56 Serie A 6th
    1956–57 Serie A 14th
    1957–58 Serie A 5th
    1958–59 Serie A 6th
    1959–60 Serie A 9th
    1960–61 Serie A 5th
  • Season Division Position
    1961–62 Serie A 5th
    1962–63 Serie A 5th
    1963–64 Serie A 12th
    1964–65 Serie A 9th
    1965–66 Serie A 8th
    1966–67 Serie A 10th
    1967–68 Serie A 10th
    1968–69 Serie A 8th
    1969–70 Serie A 11th
    1970–71 Serie A 6th
    1971–72 Serie A 7th
    1972–73 Serie A 11th
    1973–74 Serie A 8th
    1974–75 Serie A 3rd
    1975–76 Serie A 10th
    1976–77 Serie A 8th
    1977–78 Serie A 8th
    1978–79 Serie A 12th
    1979–80 Serie A 7th
    1980–81 Serie A 2nd
    1981–82 Serie A 3rd
    1982–83 Serie A Champions
    1983–84 Serie A 2nd
    1984–85 Serie A 7th
    1985–86 Serie A 2nd
    1986–87 Serie A 7th
    1987–88 Serie A 3rd
    1988–89 Serie A 8th
    1989–90 Serie A 6th
    1990–91 Serie A 9th
  • Season Division Position
    1991–92 Serie A 5th
    1992–93 Serie A 10th
    1993–94 Serie A 7th
    1994–95 Serie A 5th
    1995–96 Serie A 5th
    1996–97 Serie A 12th
    1997–98 Serie A 4th
    1998–99 Serie A 5th
    1999–2000 Serie A 6th
    2000–01 Serie A Champions
    2001–02 Serie A 2nd
    2002–03 Serie A 8th
    2003–04 Serie A 2nd
    2004–05 Serie A 8th
    2005–06 Serie A 2nd
    2006–07 Serie A 2nd
    2007–08 Serie A 2nd
    2008–09 Serie A 6th
    2009–10 Serie A 2nd
    2010–11 Serie A 6th
    2011–12 Serie A 7th
    2012–13 Serie A 6th
    2013–14 Serie A 2nd
    2014–15 Serie A 2nd
    2015–16 Serie A 3rd
    2016–17 Serie A 2nd
    2017–18 Serie A 3rd
    2018–19 Serie A 6th
    2019–20 Serie A 5th
    2020–21 Serie A 7th

  • ReferencesEdit

    1. "BOARD OF DIRECTORS". A.S. Roma Website. Retrieved 23 August 2019.
    2. "Players and Staff". A.S. Roma. 5 October 2020. Retrieved 28 May 2021.