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Football packages to Roma

Fixtures 2022 | 2023

9

oct

2022

Roma

vs

Lecce

Stadio Olimpico

Serie A

fr 104 €

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13

oct

2022

Real Betis

vs

Roma

Estadio Benito Villamarín

Europa League

fr 52 €

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23

oct

2022

Roma

vs

Napoli

Stadio Olimpico

Serie A

fr 92 €

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3

nov

2022

Roma

vs

Ludogorets

Stadio Olimpico

Europa League

fr 104 €

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6

nov

2022

Roma

vs

Lazio

Stadio Olimpico

Serie A

fr 157 €

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13

nov

2022

Roma

vs

Torino

Stadio Olimpico

Serie A

fr 52 €

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4

jan

2023

Roma

vs

Bologna

Stadio Olimpico

Serie A

fr 52 €

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8

jan

2023

Milan

vs

Roma

San Siro

Serie A

fr 73 €

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15

jan

2023

Roma

vs

Fiorentina

Stadio Olimpico

Serie A

fr 52 €

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29

jan

2023

Napoli

vs

Roma

Stadio San Paolo

Serie A

fr 120 €

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5

feb

2023

Roma

vs

Empoli

Stadio Olimpico

Serie A

fr 52 €

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19

feb

2023

Roma

vs

Hellas Verona

Stadio Olimpico

Serie A

fr 52 €

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5

march

2023

Roma

vs

Juventus

Stadio Olimpico

Serie A

fr 110 €

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12

march

2023

Roma

vs

Sassuolo

Stadio Olimpico

Serie A

fr 52 €

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19

march

2023

Lazio

vs

Roma

Stadio Olimpico

Serie A

fr 162 €

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2

april

2023

Roma

vs

Sampdoria

Stadio Olimpico

Serie A

fr 52 €

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8

april

2023

Torino

vs

Roma

Stadio Olimpico di Torino

Serie A

fr 127 €

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16

april

2023

Roma

vs

Udinese

Stadio Olimpico

Serie A

fr 52 €

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30

april

2023

Roma

vs

Milan

Stadio Olimpico

Serie A

fr 96 €

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7

may

2023

Roma

vs

Inter

Stadio Olimpico

Serie A

fr 96 €

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21

may

2023

Roma

vs

Salernitana

Stadio Olimpico

Serie A

fr 52 €

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4

june

2023

Roma

vs

Spezia

Stadio Olimpico

Serie A

fr 52 €

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About football packages with Roma

AS Roma have their home grounds in the Italian capital, and they’re consistently one of the country’s top three or four teams in the A Series. It has, however, been a while since they won the series – that was back in the 2000/2001 season, which featured legends such as Batistuta, Cafu, Walter Samuel, Zanetti, Tommasi, Montella and De Rossi. Plus Mr AS Roma himself, living legend Francesco Totti, who is still with the club.

If you want to see AS Roma play, the best way is to go through a travel agency specialising in complete packages with game tickets, flights and accommodation. If you prefer organising your trip by yourself, you can buy tickets on the AS Roma website, at the stadium or by phone.

This Italian giant was born in 1927, when three of Rome’s clubs were combined. Since then, they have won three championships, nine Coppa Italia victories and two Supercoppa triumphs.

Things to do in Rome

There’s plenty to do and see in the Italian capital. Apart from enjoying the Italian cuisine, you can visit world-famous sights like the Colosseum, the Sistine Chapel, St Peter’s Basilica, the Vatican, the Spanish Steps and much, much more. If you’re feeling thirsty, there are plenty of bars and clubs. Rome has it all!

Rome’s Stadio Olimpico

Rome’s Stadio Olimpico is Italy’s most famous football stadium. Here, the Italian cup final is played every year, and the Italian national team also plays its international games at Stadio Olimpico.

Stadio Olimpico in Rome was inaugurated on May 17th 1953. The inauguration game was played by Italy and Hungary. Today, the stadium can seat 72,698 spectators, but the capacity has been significantly higher in the past. Rome’s Stadio Olimpico is the home stadium for both AS Roma and SS Lazio.

The construction of Stadio Olimpico in Rome was started in 1928, but the stadium wasn’t actually finished until 1953. In other words, it took no less than 25 years to complete the stadium. World War II was one of the reasons for the delay.

In 1960 Rome arranged the Summer Olympics. Ahead of the competition, all standing bleachers were converted to hold seated spectators. This caused the attendance capacity to be halved, from around 100,000 to 53,000. By doing this conversion, Stadio Olimpico became the first stadium in Europe to only offer seats.

Ahead of the 1990 Football World Championship the stadium was modernized and renovated. First and foremost the number of seats was increased to over 70,000, and they also decreased the distance between the stands and the field. A roof was added as well. It was at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome that the final game was played between West Germany and Argentina.

In 1997 the latest changes were made to the stadium. They simply upgraded the stadium to live up to UEFA’s rules for stadiums where Champions League finals are played. Today, Rome’s Stadio Olimpico is a five star stadium according to the UEFA ranking.

Stadio Olimpico can be found in the northern parts of Rome, about four kilometers from Vatican City. The stadium is situated in beautiful surroundings, with the river Tiber on one side and a hiking area on the other.

The stadium has its own subway station. The best choice for getting to the stadium is to take the tram (line 2) and get off at the Mancini stop. From there, you only have to walk for a few minutes to the stadium.