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A.S. Roma

  • Location: Rome, Italy
  • Stadium: Stadio Olimpico
  • Coach: José Mourinho
  • Serie A Titles: 3

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General Statistics 2022-2023

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SERIE A: 1941-42 , 1982-83 , 2000-01


COPPA ITALIA: 1963-64 , 1979-80 , 1980-81 , 1983-84 , 1985-86 , 1990-91 , 2006-07 , 2007-08


ITALIAN SUPER CUP: 2001-02 , 2007-08

SERIE B: 1951-52 

AS Roma is a club that has a history of success in domestic and continental competitions. In the present day, Serie A odds have Roma in the second tier of contenders to win the league. Here, we take a look at the history of this club, Roma stats leaders, and other interesting information that bettors will want to know before doing any Roma betting this season.

Roma General info

Roma is a club that is based in Rome and plays the home matches on the Roma schedule at the Stadio Olimpico. That venue holds just over 70,000 fans, and is one of the most iconic venues in Italian soccer. This club currently plays in Serie A matchups as it is a part of the top domestic league in Italy, along with any European competitions that they qualify for each season.

Roma History

Roma was founded in 1927, and has been a fixture of the top level of Italian soccer since its inception. In all of its years since then, Roma has been in Serie A for all but one of them, giving them a huge sample of Serie A betting stats to reference. Their lone year in Serie B took place in the 1951-52 season, as they earned immediate promotion back to Serie A.

Roma Records

When it comes to all-time Roma stats, Francesco Totti is at the top of the list in several categories. The Italian legend is the all-time leader in appearances for Roma, taking the field for them on 785 occasions during his career there. Italian standout Daniele De Rossi is the only other player to log more than 500 appearances for Roma, putting him in second on that list.

Totti is also the all-time leading goal scorer at Roma, logging 307 career goals for the club. He is one of seven players in the history of the club to eclipse the 100 goal mark. The most modern player on that list is Edin Dzeko, who has 119 career goals at Roma before he moved to Inter Milan.

Championship won by Roma

Roma has finished at the top of the Serie A standings several times over the course of their history. They have won three Serie A titles, with the most recent coming in the 2000-01 campaign. They also have nine Coppa Italia titles to their name, with their most recent championship in that tournament coming in the 2007-08 season, as they look to add to their trophy cabinet in the present day.

Historical Events

While it is not a legendary moment within the context of Italian football as a whole, Roma did make history during the 2021-22 season. They did so by winning the first-ever edition of the UEFA Europa Conference League. That third-tier European competition is far from the most prestigious trophy Roma has won, but it is an interesting footnote in European soccer lore.


  • GK Rui Patricio
  • D Gianluca Mancini
  • D Chris Smalling
  • D Roger Ibanez
  • MF Zeki Celik
  • MF Bryan Cristante
  • MF Mady Camara
  • MF Nicola Zalewski
  • MF Georginio Wijnaldum
  • F Tammy Abraham
  • F Paulo Dybala

Arrivals: Zeki Celik, Paulo Dybala

Departures: Pau Lopez, Jordan Veretout

There have been several elite managers that have made stops at Roma over the years, including Claudio Ranieri and Jose Mourinho. But the best manager at Roma may have been Fabio Capello. The Italian led Roma to its most recent Serie A title during his tenure with the club from 1999 to 2004, along with a Supercoppa Italiana in 2001.

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