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Roma
AS Roma logo (2013).svg
Full name Associazione Sportiva Roma SpA
Nickname(s) i Giallorossi (The Yellow-Reds)
La Maggica (The Magic One)
i Lupi (The Wolves)
Short name Roma
Founded 22 July 1927
Ground Stadio Olimpico, Rome
(Capacity: 70,634)
Chairman Flag of the United States Dan Friedkin
Manager Flag of Portugal Paulo Fonseca
Current League Serie A 
2019–20 Serie A, 5th
Website Club home page
Roma 2019-20 homeRoma 2019-20 awayRoma 2019-20 third
Football current event Current season

Associazione Sportiva Roma, commonly referred to as simply Roma, is a professional Italian football club based in Rome. Founded by a merger in 1927, Roma have participated in the top-tier of Italian football for all of their existence but one season in the early 50s (1951–52). For their 60th season in a row (79th overall), Roma are competing in Serie A for 2011–12. Roma have won Serie A three times, first in 1941–42 then in 1982–83 and again in 2000–01, as well as winning nine Coppa Italia titles and two Supercoppa Italiana titles. On the European stage Roma won an Inter-Cities Fairs Cup in 1960–61, coming close to European Cup victory in 1983–84 (lost the one-legged final played at home against Liverpool after a penalty shootout), and finishing as runners-up in the UEFA Cup for 1990–91 (two-legged aggregate defeat against Internazionale).

Home games are currently played at the Stadio Olimpico, a venue they share with city rivals Lazio. With a capacity of over 72,000, it is the second largest of its kind in Italy, with only San Siro able to seat more. In September 2009 the club unveiled plans to build a new 55,000-capacity stadium in the western suburbs of Rome. Its design will be modeled after English football stadiums with the objective being to give fans a closer view of the pitch.

Players

Current squad

As of 30 January 2020
No. Position Player
2 Flag of Italy DF Davide Zappacosta (on loan from Chelsea)
4 Flag of Italy MF Bryan Cristante
5 Brazil DF Juan Jesus
6 England DF Chris Smalling (on loan from Manchester United)
7 Flag of Italy MF Lorenzo Pellegrini (vice-captain)
8 Flag of Argentina FW Diego Perotti
9 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina FW Edin Džeko (captain)
11 Flag of Serbia DF Aleksandar Kolarov
13 Flag of Spain GK Pau López
14 Flag of Spain MF Gonzalo Villar
15 Flag of Turkey DF Mert Çetin
17 Flag of Turkey FW Cengiz Ünder
18 Flag of Italy DF Davide Santon
19 Croatia FW Nikola Kalinić (on loan from Atlético Madrid)
No. Position Player
20 Flag of Argentina DF Federico Fazio
21 Flag of France MF Jordan Veretout (on loan from Fiorentina)
22 Flag of Italy MF Nicolò Zaniolo
23 Flag of Italy DF Gianluca Mancini (on loan from Atalanta)
27 Flag of Argentina MF Javier Pastore
31 Flag of Spain FW Carles Pérez (on loan from Barcelona)
33 Brazil DF Bruno Peres
37 Flag of Italy DF Leonardo Spinazzola
41 Brazil DF Roger Ibañez (on loan from Atalanta)
42 Flag of Guinea MF Amadou Diawara
63 Brazil GK Daniel Fuzato
77 Flag of Armenia MF Henrikh Mkhitaryan (on loan from Arsenal)
83 Flag of Italy GK Antonio Mirante
99 Netherlands FW Justin Kluivert

Out on loan

No. Position Player
Flag of Sweden Good one GK Robin Olsen (at Cagliari until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Italy DF Alessandro Florenzi (at Valencia until 30 June 2020)
Netherlands DF Rick Karsdorp (at Feyenoord until 30 June 2020)
Croatia MF Ante Ćorić (at Almería until 30 June 2020)
Flag of France MF Maxime Gonalons (at Granada until 30 June 2020)
No. Position Player
Flag of France MF Steven Nzonzi (at Rennes until 30 June 2020)
Flag of France FW Grégoire Defrel (at Sassuolo until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Italy FW Mirko Antonucci (at Vitória de Setúbal until 30 June 2020)
Flag of Czech FW Patrik Schick (at RB Leipzig until 30 June 2020)

Club alumni

Former players

Main: List of Roma players

Managers

Main:List of Roma managers

Club honours

Domestic league

Serie A:

Serie B:

Domestic cup

Coppa Italia:

Supercoppa Italiana:

Coppa C.O.N.I.

  • Winners (1): 1928

International titles

Inter-Cities Fairs Cup

Anglo-Italian Cup

Other titles

MLS All-Star Game

External links

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History: Seasons

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A.S. Roma squad - 2020–21

1 Olsen · 2 Karsdorp · 4 Cristante · 5 Jesus · 7 Pellegrini · 8 Perotti · 9 Džeko · 11 Kolarov · 14 Schick · 15 Marcano · 16 De Rossi (c) · 17 Ünder · 18 Santon · 19 Ćorić · 20 Fazio · 22 Zaniolo · 24 Florenzi · 27 Pastore · 34 Kluivert · 42 Nzonzi · 44 Manolas · 60 Celar · 63 Fuzato · 77 Greco · 83 Mirante · 92 El Shaarawy ·

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A.S. Roma seasons

2017–18 · 2018–19 · 2019–20 ·

Coppa Italia winners

Vado (1922) • Torino (1935–36) • Genoa (1936–37) • Juventus (1937–38) • Ambrosiana-Inter (1938–39) • Fiorentina (1939–40) • Venezia (1940–41) • Juventus (1941–42) • Torino (1942–43) • Lazio (1958) • Juventus (1958–59; 1959–60) • Fiorentina (1960–61) • Napoli (1961–62) • Atalanta (1962–63) • Roma (1963–64) • Juventus (1964–65) • Fiorentina (1965–66) • Milan (1966–67) • Torino (1967–68) • Roma (1968–69) • Bologna (1969–70) • Torino (1970–71) • Milan (1971–72; 1972–73) • Bologna (1973–74) • Fiorentina (1974–75) • Napoli (1975–76) • Milan (1976–77) • Internazionale (1977–78) • Juventus (1978–79) • Roma (1979–80; 1980–81) • Internazionale (1981–82) • Juventus (1982–83) • Roma (1983–84) • Sampdoria (1984–85) • Roma (1985–86) • Napoli (1986–87) • Sampdoria (1987–88; 1988–89) • Juventus (1989–90) • Roma (1990–91) • Parma (1991–92) • Torino (1992–93) • Sampdoria (1993–94) • Juventus (1994–95) • Fiorentina (1995–96) • Vicenza (1996–97) • Lazio (1997–98) • Parma (1998–99) • Lazio (1999–2000) • Fiorentina (2000–01) • Parma (2001–02) • Milan (2002–03) • Lazio (2003–04) • Internazionale (2004–05; 2005–06) • Roma (2006–07; 2007–08) • Lazio (2008–09) • Internazionale (2009–10; 2010–11) • Napoli (2011–12) • Lazio (2012–13) • Napoli (2013–14) • Juventus (2014–15; 2015–16; 2016–17; 2017–18) • Lazio (2018–19)

Supercoppa Italiana winners

Milan (1988) • Internazionale (1989) • Napoli (1990) • Sampdoria (1991) • Milan (1992; 1993; 1994) • Juventus (1995) • Fiorentina (1996) • Juventus (1997) • Lazio (1998) • Parma (1999) • Lazio (2000) • Roma (2001) • Juventus (2002; 2003) • Milan (2004) • Internazionale (2005; 2006) • Roma (2007) • Internazionale (2008) • Lazio (2009) • Internazionale (2010) • Milan (2011) • Juventus (2012; 2013) • Napoli (2014) • Juventus (2015) • Milan (2016) • Lazio (2017) • Juventus (2018) • Lazio (2019) •

Inter-Cities Fairs Cup winners

1955–58: Flag of Spain Barcelona 1958–60: Flag of Spain Barcelona 1960–61: Flag of Italy Roma 1961–62: Flag of Spain Valencia 1962–63: Flag of Spain Valencia 1963–64: Flag of Spain Real Zaragoza 1964–65: Flag of Hungary Ferencváros 1965–66: Flag of Spain Barcelona 1966–67: Flag of SFR Yugoslavia Dinamo Zagreb 1967–68: England Leeds United 1968–69: England Newcastle United 1969–70: England Arsenal 1970–71: England Leeds United

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