ROMA A.S.


1987-1988


Match Worn Shirt


Peruzzi Angelo


Did you Know?

Peruzzi began his Serie A career with Roma in 1987. He was loaned to Hellas Verona in 1989, but was one of the two Roma players (the other being Andrea Carnevale) to be suspended for a year in October 1990 after failing a doping test because of an appetite suppressant he was taking at the time, which contained the banned substance Phentermine. 

ROMA A.S.


1988-1989


Match Worn Shirt


Did you Know?

Regarded as one of the best Italian goalkeepers of his generation, Tancredi was an explosive yet reliable and consistent shot-stopper. Although not particularly tall for a goalkeeper, he was blessed with great speed and agility and gained a reputation as a penalty saving specialist throughout his career. He was also known for his particular diving technique with one arm, which was similar to Rinat Dasayev’s technique. Furthermore, he excelled at rushing off his line and getting to ground quickly to collect the ball, although he was less adept at coming out to claim crosses and high balls.

ROMA A.S.


1990-1991


Match Worn Shirt


Peruzzi Angelo


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In the 1990-1991 season Peruzzi could only play three games with the team because for the failed doping test on October 1990. At the end of the season he left Roma and he joined Juventus. His signing with Juventus in 1991 successfully revived his career and he soon surpassed Stefano Tacconi as the club’s starting goalkeeper, remaining with the team until 1999, and winning the Serie A Goalkeeper of the Year Award in 1997 and 1998, as well as the Guerin d’oro in 1997.

ROMA A.S.


1991-1992


Match Worn Shirt


Zinetti Giuseppe


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Regarded as one of the best Italian goalkeepers of his generation, Zinetti was an athletic and reliable shot-stopper, who was known for his efficient rather than spectacular playing style, as well as his handling, his speed when rushing off his line, and his ability to come out and claim crosses. Zinetti joined A.S.Roma in 1990 as a second goalkeeper behind Giovanni Cervone; with Roma, he won the Coppa Italia in 1991. He left the team in 1993 to join Ascoli.

ROMA A.S.


1994-1995


Match Issued Shirt


Cervone Giovanni


ROMA A.S.


1994-1995


Match Worn Shirt


Cervone Giovanni


Did you Know?

Associazione Sportiva Roma was rejuvenated in Carlo Mazzone’s second season as coach, much due to Abel Balbo being the goalscorer it had lacked for the previous years. The summer signings of 1994 helped, with internationally recognized players Jonas Thern and Daniel Fonseca joining the club from rivals Napoli. Also Francesco Moriero became a household player since he proved his worth in the club, recently coming from Cagliari. Cervone started the season as team second goalkeeper behind Fabrizio Lorieri but manager Carlo Mazzone shortly changed his mind and made Cervone becoming the first goalkeeper.

ROMA A.S.


1995-1996


Pre Season


Match Worn Shirt


Cervone Giovanni


Things to Know:

This shirt was worn by Giovanni Cervone during a 1995/1996 friendly pre season’s game. It is easy to be recognized as a pre-season shirt for two reasons. Firstly because the shirt has no name on the back and the 1995-1996 was the first season that FIGC introduced names on shirts for Serie A’ games. The second reason is instead that the shirt has the “Uhlsport” logo visible on the neck and it didn’t happen for official season’s games. While Giovanni Cervone was sponsored by Uhlsport he was not allowed to show his personal sponsor on the shirt, so the team’s supplier’s “Asics” logo was sewn above any other logos on goalkeeper’s shirts as you can see on the picture above. Goalkeepers were perhaps allowed to show their personal sponsor’s logos during friendly games, as you can see from the picture below where Giovanni Cervone shows Uhlsport’s logo on chest. 


ROMA A.S.


1997-1998


Vicenza vs Roma


Match Worn Shirt


Cafu Marcos


Did you Know?

This shirt was worn by Cafu during the Serie A game between Vicenza and Roma which took place in Vicenza, “Romeo Menti” Stadium, on March 22nd 1998. Roma draw 1-1 and at the end of the game Cafu swapped his shirt with a Vicenza’s player whom we got it from. After a brief stint back in Brazil with Palmeiras in 1996, Cafu returned to Europe once again the next year, this time with Roma, and won the Scudetto in 2001, followed by the Supercoppa Italiana. It was during his tenure at Roma that Cafu earned the nickname Il Pendolino (“The Express Train” or “The Commuter”). Despite making the Coppa Italia final in 2003 with Roma, he moved to Milan after turning down a move to Japan with Yokohama F. Marinos.

ROMA A.S.


1998-1999


Match Worn Shirt


Chimenti Antonio


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In the summer of 1997, Chimenti transferred to Serie A side AS Roma, following his good form in Salerno. On 21 September 1997, Chimenti made his Serie A debut with the capital club, in a match Roma won 3–1 versus US Lecce. He obtained 7 more appearances that season, and during his second season with the club, Chimenti appeared on a more regular bases, making 24 Serie A starts and hence totaling 32 appearances in two years with AS Roma. Following his spell in the Eternal City, Chimenti transferred to fellow Serie A club, US Lecce.

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This shirt was issued for Andrea Campagnolo for a Serie A game of the season 1998/1999. Roma quickly pounced on the player in the summer of 1997 as the club directors considered the young Campagnolo to be a very promising young goalkeeper and held on to their man until 2000. After not making even a single appearance for the capital club he transferred to Genoa CFC, who were at the time playing in the Serie B. 

ROMA A.S.


1998-1999


Match Issued Shirt


Campagnolo Andrea


ROMA A.S.


2000-2001


Roma vs Reggina


Match Worn Shirt


Montella Vincenzo


Did you Know?

This shirt has been worn by Montella during the Serie A game between Roma and Reggina which took place in Roma, “Stadio Olimpico”, on November 12th 2000. Roma defeated Reggina 2-1 and Montella scored one of the two goals and at the end of the game he swapped his shirt with a Reggina’s player whom we got it from. Montella joined A.S.Roma in 1999 in a 50 billion lire (about €25.823 million) transfer. It was Roma coach Zdeněk Zeman that wanted him to spearhead the Roma attack, but that year Roma also signed a new coach, Fabio Capello, who disliked short forwards. Despite this, during the 1999–2000 season, Montella scored 18 goals, being the topscorer of the giallorossi, playing alongside Marco Delvecchio, in front of advanced playmaker Francesco Totti. The following year, Roma signed the Argentinian forward Gabriel Batistuta from Fiorentina, the tall striker wanted by Capello. There was a slight controversy between the two forwards concerning the number 9 shirt, the prior number of both players – Batistuta ultimately chose number 18, although Batistuta was often the coach’s first choice, with Montella was usually deployed as a substitute. Despite his lack of starts, he was one of the main protagonists of Roma’s third Scudetto in 2000–01 and scored many important goals for the club, including the equalising goal in a 2–2 away draw in Serie A against eventual runners-up Juventus on 6 May 2001, and Roma’s second goal in the 3–1 title-deciding victory over Parma on 17 June, at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome. The controversies between Capello and Montella continued in the following years as Montella was unhappy at his lack of first team opportunities, and in March 2002 Montella made his sadness clear, stating, “I would have better expectations with another coach.”[16] Despite his struggle to gain a starting spot, he became a club idol to the supporters, as he had a knack for performing well in the Rome derby against Lazio, scoring a brace in his first derby in 1999 and four goals in a 5–1 win on 10 March 2002; this four-goal haul is still the record of goals scored in a derby match by a single player. With Roma, Montella played a total of 215 matches over 8 years, scoring 94 goals to become the fifth-best topscorer in Roma history. He played his last game for Roma on 23 December 2006 before leaving on loan to England.

Things to Know:

In 2001, Associazione Sportiva Roma took its third league title (after 1942 and 1983), winning Serie A only a year after rivals Lazio. Important signings were the Argentines Walter Samuel, a defender, and Gabriel Batistuta, a top striker. Fabio Capello’s line-up also included Cafu, Vincent Candela, Emerson, Vincenzo Montella and captain Francesco Totti. Capello won Serie A once again when on the last matchday Roma defeated Parma 3–1 at home with Totti, Montella and Batistuta scoring. To celebrate the Roma’s triumph, the top model and actress Ms Ferilli, a big Roma’s fan, stripped down to a flesh coloured bikini on stage in front of a million people as Roma fans celebrated winning Serie A with a party and concert in the city’s Circo Massimo. She promised she would have done it in case of Scudetto and she kept her word.

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In January 2000, after one and a half seasons at Perugia, Nakata moved to Roma for 42 Billion ITL (€21.691 million) helping the team win the scudetto. The highlight of Nakata’s career at Roma came on May 6, 2001 in the Serie A match against Juventus at Stadio Delle Alpi. After replacing Francesco Totti in the second half with Roma trailing 0–2, Nakata netted with a 30-yard goal beyond Juventus goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar’s reach, with 11 minutes left in the match. He then helped Roma score the equalizer when his fierce drive from outside the box was parried by Van der Sar into the path of Vincenzo Montella, who scored for Roma in the last minute. The match ended with a 2–2 draw and Roma maintained a six-point margin atop the league table.

ROMA A.S.


2000-2001


Match Worn Shirt


Nakata Hidetoshi


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ROMA A.S.


2001-2002


Match Worn Shirt


Samuel Walter


Things to Know:

Associazione Sportiva Roma failed to defend their 2001 Serie A title, and had to settle for second best, whilst being beaten by Juventus. Its main target for the season was to win the UEFA Champions League, which it failed when it got knocked out in the second group stage, rendering better form in the league when it did not have to rest players in those matches anymore. The season highlight was a crushing 5–1 win over city rivals Lazio.

ROMA A.S.


2001-2002


Match Issued Shirt


Batistuta Gabriel


Did you Know?

This style of shirt was used by the team in one game only, during the Italian Cup’s game between Roma and Brescia and even if Gabriel Batistuta didn’t play the game, his shirt was prepared. In the season 2001/2002 Batistuta changed his shirt number from 18 to 20 in reference to the number of goals he had scored during the Scudetto winning campaign 2000/2001. During the following 2002/2003 season instead Batistuta wore his age on the back of his Roma shirt, number 33.

Things to Know:

Batistuta stayed at Fiorentina for the 1999–2000 season, tempted by the chance of winning both the Scudetto and the Champions League. After a promising start in both competitions, the team only reached seventh in the league and were eliminated in the second round group phase of the European tournament. The following season, he was transferred to Roma in a deal worth 70 billion lire (€36.2 million) and signed a three-year contract, which earned 14.8 billion Italian lire (€7.6 million) per year before tax. The fee paid for Batistuta became the highest fee ever paid for a player over the age of 30. The record was broken in 2017 when Leonardo Bonucci was signed by A.C. Milan on a five-year contract for a €42 million fee. During the 2000–01 season, Batistuta finally garnered a Serie A winners’ medal, scoring 20 league goals, as Roma clinched the Scudetto for the first time since 1983, including a goal in the 3–1 title-deciding victory over Parma on 17 June 2001 at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome. On 26 November 2000 Batistuta scored an 83rd-minute winner with a right-foot volley from 30 yards in a league game against Fiorentina in Rome – visibly upset having done so he refused to celebrate with his Roma teammates. Before the match he ran over to the 3,000 Fiorentina fans and saluted them, and did the same at full time, receiving adoration in return, before he left the stadium in tears. Sean Ingle, match reporter for The Guardian, wrote, “Batistuta breaks Florentine hearts, and his own.” 

ROMA A.S.


2001-2002


Match Worn Shirt


Antonioli Francesco


Did you Know?

An experienced and authoritative presence in goal, Antonioli was regarded as one of Italy’s most talented and promising goalkeepers in his youth, although several pundits consider him to have failed to realise his potential due to several injuries as well as his character. Due to his elegant playing style, shot-stopping abilities, reflexes, and excellent goalkeeping technique, he was capable of producing spectacular, decisive, and stylish saves. However, his style of goalkeeping was predominantly efficient, and was inspired by that of his role model Giovanni Galli. Known for his penalty–saving abilities, with 14 stops in 416 appearances between 1992 and 2012, he has parried the joint–seventh–most penalties in Serie A history, alongside Stefano Sorrentino. Antonioli joined Roma for 10 billion Italian lire in 1999-2000 and in 2001, he won a Scudetto and a Supercoppa Italiana with A.S. Roma, also reaching the final of the Coppa Italia in 2003. 

ROMA A.S.


2002-2003


Match Worn Shirt


Cafu Marcos

Did you Know?

Marcos Cafu won with Roma the Scudetto in 2001, followed by the Supercoppa Italiana. It was during his tenure at Roma that Cafu earned the nickname Il Pendolino (“The Express Train” or “The Commuter”) that he kept for all of his career.

ROMA A.S.


2003-2004


Juventus vs Roma


Match Worn Shirt


Tommasi Damiano

Things to Know:

The team had a tremendous season in the league, scoring most goals and conceding the least goals of all teams, but despite this, A.C. Milan were able to run away with the title, due to a greater efficiency in winning their matches. In Fabio Capello’s last season as Roma’s coach, the squad did not manage to win any titles whatsoever, even though the results showed a resurgence from the anticlimactic 2002–03 season, in which Roma dipped to eighth in the league standings. Financial worries forced the club to sell Emerson to Juventus and Walter Samuel to Real Madrid following the season’s end. Capello controversially signed for Juventus as well, but key players such as Francesco Totti, Antonio Cassano and Cristian Chivu remained.


ROMA A.S.


2003-2004


Match Worn Shirt


Lupatelli Cristiano


Did you Know?

Lupatelli won a scudetto while playing for A.S. Roma in season 2000–01. A Roma youth product, Lupatelli was farmed to Chievo for the 2001–02 and 2002–03 seasons, after he played just 12 Serie A games for the capital club, wearing the number 10 jersey, despite being a goalkeeper. He was sold to Chievo for 3 billion Italian lire in a co-ownership deal in 2002. In the 2003–04 season, he returned to Roma for €0.9million, as the backup of Ivan Pelizzoli wearing this time the number 3. 


ROMA A.S.


2007-2008


Match Issued Shirt


Zotti Carlo


Did you Know?

Zotti was back at Roma in the summer of 2006, but because Roma signed Julio Sergio Bertagnoli, Zotti became the 4th choice goalkeeper. Loaning him out proved a difficult task, so Zotti played for the Primavera side in the 2006–07 season. Due to this, he was finally sent on loan to U.C. Sampdoria in January 2007 after he spent the first part of the season at A.S.Roma.


ROMA A.S.


2012-2013


Match Worn Shirt


Stekelenburg Maarten


Did you Know?

This shirt was worn by Maarten Stekelenburg during the season 2012/2013. On 1 August 2011, it was announced Stekelenburg had officially transferred to Roma for a €6.325 million transfer fee plus bonuses, making him the first Dutch footballer to ever play for the Italian club. He picked the number 24 shirt, which is the day his son was born. He made his debut on 11 September 2011, against Cagliari. With the team he played 48 games between 2011 and 2013 when he transferred in the English Premier League with Fulham.

Things to Know:

This shirt was worn by Francesco Totti during the first half of Napoli vs Roma which took place in Napoli, San Paolo Stadium, on November 1st 2014. The shirt is very recognizable from game’s footage due some heavy creases in the lower part of both numbers probably made when numbers were heat pressed to the shirt. Th shirt has the official A.S.Roma’s “Matchday Authenticated” tag inside. In the season 2014/2015 A.S.Roma introduced a new revolutionary way to authenticate the shirts used in the games. Aside of regular supplier’s differences between player’s shirts and shop’s shirts, the team, owned by James Pallotta, which was also the NBA team of Boston Celtic’s owner, introduced an typical NBA authentication’s tag on the shirt. It is called “Matchday Authenticated” tag and it is glued on the inside out of the shirt. It contains a number’s code that is registered in the team’s database with all of the information about the shirt including the player and the game it was worn. This tag is only in the shirts that were really used in the game, so it is not available on regular player’s shirts. It makes the shirt certified to be really match worn, and A.S.Roma has activated a new service called “Matchday Authentication” where everybody who gets an A.S.Roma shirt with the “Matchday Authenticated” tag inside can request informations about the shirt.


ROMA A.S.


2014-2015


Napoli vs Roma


Match Worn Shirt


Totti Francesco


Did you Know?

Prior to the start of the 2014–15 season, Totti had been one of the star players of Roma’s pre-season friendlies. On 30 September 2014, three days after his 38th birthday, Totti scored Roma’s equaliser in a Champions League group stage draw at Manchester City, thus becoming the oldest scorer in the history of the competition; it was also Totti’s 300th professional career goal. On 25 October, Totti scored the opening goal from a free kick in a 1–1 draw against CSKA Moscow, extending his record of oldest goalscorer in the history of the competition to 38 years and 59 days. On 11 January 2015, Totti scored two goals against local rivals Lazio, making him the joint all-time top scorer in the Rome Derby in official club competitions, alongside Dino Da Costa, with 11 goals, as well as the Serie A top scorer in the Rome Derby. On 9 May, Totti scored from a penalty in a 2–1 away defeat to Milan, equalling Roberto Baggio for the record of the most goals scored in Serie A from penalties (68). On 31 May, in the final match-day of the 2014–15 season, he scored his 299th goal for Roma in a 2–1 home defeat to Palermo. Totti finished the season as Roma’s leading scorer with ten goals in all competitions, the seventh time in which he had been the team’s top scorer.


ROMA A.S.


2015-2016


Roma vs Sevilla


Match Worn & Unwashed Shirt


De Sanctis Morgan


Did you Know?

On 25 July 2013, Roma signed De Sanctis on a two-year deal from Napoli, for a transfer fee of €500,000. He had aided to Roma’s perfect start to the Serie A season, keeping 9 clean sheets in the first 10 games, conceding just once as they topped the table on 30 points. On 5 January 2014, in a crucial match against Juventus, he conceded three goals for the first time of the season meaning that Roma were now 8 points behind Juventus at the top of the table. During the 2013–14 season, he went 745 consecutive minutes without conceding a goal in the Italian top-flight; he currently holds the joint seventh-highest unbeaten streak in Serie A, alongside Luca Marchegiani.

Things to Know:

This shirt was worn by Morgan De Sanctis during the second half of the pre-season friendly game between Roma and Sevilla which took place in Rome, Stadio Olimpico, on August 14th 2015. Roma defeated Sevilla 6-4. The shirt was given by the player to a close friend of him who we got it from.

Things to Know:

This shirt was worn by Mohamed Salah during in the second half of the Serie A game between Pescara and Roma which took place in Pescara, Stadio Adriatico, on April 24th 2017. Roma defeated Pescara 4-1 and Salah scored two goals in second half. The shirt is highly recognizable from the cut on the neck. The shirt obviously has the correct Roma’s “MATCHDAY AUTHENTICATED” tag inside and it was given after the game to a Pescara’s ball boy who we got it from. 

ROMA A.S.


2016/2017


Pescara vs Roma


Match Worn Shirt


Salah Mohamed


Did you Know?

On 6 August 2015, Salah joined Roma on a season-long loan for €5 million; with the option to make the deal permanent, for a reported €15 million. He wore the number 11 shirt. He made his debut on 22 August, as the new season began with a 1–1 draw at Hellas Verona. On 11 September, ACF Fiorentina filed a complaint to FIFA with the claim that Chelsea alleging breach of contract when they allowed Salah to join Roma on loan. On 20 September, Salah scored his first goal of the season against Sassuolo to help Roma salvage a point as the match ended in a 2–2 draw. He went on to score in his following two matches, a 2–1 loss against Sampdoria and a 5–1 win against Carpi. On 25 October, Salah returned to the Stadio Artemio Franchi, scoring the opener against his former Serie A side Fiorentina to help earn a fourth straight league win for Roma. In his return, Salah was also sent off after picking up a second yellow in the closing minutes of the game, only seconds after picking up his first yellow. On 4 November, he scored the opening goal of a 3–2 UEFA Champions League win over Bayer Leverkusen. On 2 February 2016, Salah scored in a 2–0 away win over Sassuolo. Ten days later, on 12 February, he scored in a 3–1 win over Carpi. On 21 February, he scored two goals in quick succession, in a 5–0 home win over Palermo. On 4 March, Salah scored twice in a 4–1 win over former club Fiorentina, overtaking them in the top three. A week later, on 11 March, he scored in a 1–1 draw with Bologna. On 2 May, he scored in a 3–2 away win over Genoa. On 14 May, he scored in a 3–1 away win over Milan on the last day of the league season, scoring the opening goal. At the end of the season, Salah was named Player of the Season, finishing as the club’s top goalscorer with 15 goals in all competitions (14 in Serie A) and six assists. On 3 August 2016, Roma made the deal permanent. On 20 August 2016, Salah scored his first goal of the season in a 4–0 win over Udinese. On 11 September, he scored in a 3–2 win over Sampdoria. Ten days later, on 21 September, he scored in a 4–0 win over Crotone. On 29 September, he scored in a 4–0 win over Astra Giurgiu in the group stages of the UEFA Europa League. On 15 October, he scored in a 3–1 win over Napoli. On 6 November, Salah scored a hat-trick in a 3–0 win over Bologna, his first club career hat-trick. On 9 March, he scored Roma’s opening goal in an eventual 2–4 defeat to Lyon in the first leg of the round of sixteen in the UEFA Europa League. On 19 March, he scored in a 3–1 win over Sassuolo. On 9 April, he scored in a 3–0 win over Bologna. On 24 April, he scored twice in a 4–1 away league win over Pescara. On 20 May, he scored in a 5–3 away win over Chievo. On 28 May, in the final game of the season, Salah was substituted for legendary captain Francesco Totti, who was playing his final game with the club, in a 3–2 win over Genoa.

ROMA A.S.


2016-2017


Captain Armband


Totti Francesco


Did you Know?

On 7 June 2016 Francesco Totti renewed his contract for another year, stating that he would be retiring at the end of the 2016–17 season; he also revealed he had signed a six-year contract as Roma’s technical director once the season ends. On his first appearance of the 2016–17 season against Sampdoria on 11 September, Totti equalled Paolo Maldini’s record of playing in 25 Serie A seasons. With Roma trailing 2–1 at half time, Totti came off the bench and assisted Edin Džeko’s temporary equaliser, later also scoring the match-winning goal from a penalty in injury time to secure a 3–2 home win in Serie A; Totti’s goal meant that he had managed to score at least once in each of the past 23 consecutive seasons of his career. On 25 September, he scored his 250th Serie A goal from the penalty spot in a 3–1 away defeat to Torino, just two days before his 40th birthday. On his first start two days after his 40th birthday, on 29 September, Totti was praised for his performance and longevity in a 4–0 home win over Astra Giurgiu in the Europa League; he played all 90 minutes of the match, providing two assists, while also being involved in a third goal. On 20 October, Totti made his 100th appearance in UEFA club competitions, setting up two goals in a 3–3 home draw against Austria Wien in the Europa League. In late October, he sustained a muscle injury to the flexor of his left thigh during a training session, which ruled him out indefinitely. He returned to action as a substitute in a 3–2 home win over Pescara on 27 November. On 1 February 2017, Totti scored a decisive injury-time penalty in the 97th minute of a 2–1 home victory against Cesena in the Coppa Italia quarter-finals; the win enabled Roma to advance to the semi-finals of the tournament. On 15 April, he came on as a substitute in a 1–1 home draw against Atalanta to make his 615th appearance in Serie A, equalling Javier Zanetti as the joint third highest appearance holder of all time in Serie A. On 28 May, Totti made his final appearance for Roma in a 3–2 home win against Genoa, coming on as a substitute for Mohamed Salah in the 54th minute and received a standing ovation from the fans. The 40-year-old striker admitted he was unsure “what the future looks like” after drawing a line under his 24 storied years as a Roma player. Totti made his debut at the age of 16, in a league match at Brescia on March 28, 1993. He went on to make 786 appearances in all competitions for Roma, scoring 307 goals, with 250 of those coming in Serie A. He won the Scudetto once, under Fabio Capello’s stewardship in 2001, but found himself a runner-up with the Giallorossi on no fewer than nine occasions. Some fans chuckled. More of them sobbed. The tears had been flowing from before kick-off – Totti confessed that crying has been a daily occurrence in his own household of late – but by now it seemed there was not a dry eye left in the house. Totti Day had the feel of a public festival in Rome, buses commandeered to display a “Thanks Captain” message in lieu of their destination, while fans flocked to take their photo with “selfie statues” commissioned by Corriere dello Sport. Planes trailed messages of support overhead.

Things to Know:

This captain armband was exclusively made for Francesco Totti for the whole 2016-2017 season and used by the player in every game he was in the starting lineup. The armband features the seasons he played for A.S.Roma, the trophies he won and the names of his three children. This armband became very known between the fans so the team made a numbered limited edition of 3000 pieces of it to be sold on official team’s stores. The armband was sold out within few hours. The main difference between the player’s armband and the store’s armband is that the armbands sold in stores had an extra sewn tag with serial numbers XXXX/3000. They were also boxed in a special box. Another limited and numbered edition of 1000 pieces was given to the player for friends and sponsor. Only the armband without any numbered tag was the one used by the player during the season. After his farewell game against Genoa, Totti gave the armband he wore in the game to an A.S.Roma youth team player with a wish to follow his steps with the club.

“Time has tapped me on the shoulder and said, ‘You can no longer enjoy the smell of the grass, the sun on your face as you bear down on the opposition’s goal, the adrenaline consuming you, the joy of celebrating’. It’s not easy to turn out the light. I’m afraid. It’s not the same fear you feel when you’re standing in front of the goal, about to take a penalty. This time, I can’t see what the future looks like through the holes of the net. With your support, I will succeed in turning the page and throwing myself into a new adventure. Being the captain of this team has been an honour. I will no longer entertain you with my feet, but my heart will always be there with you. Now, I will go down the stairs and enter the dressing room that welcomed me as a child and that I now leave as a man.” Francesco Totti

ROMA A.S.


2017/2018


Roma vs Benevento


Match Worn Shirt


Alisson Becker


Did you Know?

This shirt was worn by Alisson Becker in the first half of the Serie A game between Roma and Benevento which took place in Roma, “Stadio Olimpico”, on February 11th 2018. Roma defeated Benevento 5-2. Alisson finally made his Serie A debut on the opening weekend of the 2017–18 Serie A campaign, starting in a 1–0 win over Atalanta. He then made his first appearance in the Derby della Capitale on 18 November, starting in a 2–1 win over local rivals Lazio. He was praised for his performances in the UEFA Champions League, and played a key role in the club’s campaign in which they reached the semi-finals. The club didn’t concede a single goal at the Stadio Olimpico in the Champions League, until the match against Liverpool in the semi-finals on 2 May 2018, which they won 4–2 on the night, but lost 7–6 on aggregate. Alisson received praise for his performances throughout the 2017–18 season. He kept a total of 22 clean sheets across the 2017–18 season, keeping 17 clean sheets in the league and 5 clean sheets in the UEFA Champions League. On 19 July 2018, Liverpool officially confirmed the signing of Alisson for a fee of £66.8 million (€72.5 million), making him the most expensive goalkeeper of all time, surpassing the transfers of Ederson (most expensive in pound sterling) and Gianluigi Buffon (most expensive in Euros). However, the fee was broken just four weeks later when Chelsea signed Kepa Arrizabalaga for a reported £71.6 million (€80 million) from Athletic Bilbao. On 10 August, Liverpool confirmed via their official website that he would wear the vacant number 13 shirt in the 2018–19 season.

ROMA A.S.


2018/2019


Champions League


Match Issued Shirt


Mirante Antonio


Did you Know?

On 22 June 2018, Mirante joined Roma from Bologna for €4 million transfer fee, signing a three-year contract; on the same day both clubs also announced that goalkeeper Łukasz Skorupski had joined Bologna from Roma for €9 million transfer fee, signing a five-year contract. Mirante visited Rome for a medical on 21 June and was presented with his number 83 shirt on the next day.

ROMA A.S.


2019/2020


Roma vs Atalanta


Match Issued Shirt


Pellegrini Lorenzo


Did you Know?

This shirt was issued for Lorenzo Pellegrini for the Serie A game between Roma and Atalanta which took place in Roma, “Stadio Olimpico”, on September 25th 2019. Atalanta defeated Roma 2-0. This shirt has been used by the team in this game only. It is a special shirt with special name and numbering on the back, as part of the club’s partnership with cult lifestyle brand Tokidoki. The recently-announced partnership between AS Roma and Tokidoki began with Tokidoki founder Simone Legno redesigning the club’s mascot, Romolo. Players played instead the game against Atalanta with Tokidoki-themed elements on their numbers and name sets. Together with these special numbering and lettering on shirts, the club also announced that, at the same time, an initial capsule collection of Roma x Tokidoki products was released – including a 3D Romolo toy, a selection of clothing and some limited edition New Era caps.

ROMA A.S.


2019/2020


Europa League


Match Issued Shirt


Pellegrini Lorenzo


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This shirt was issued for Lorenzo Pellegrini for a Uefa Europa League game of the season 2019/2020. This style of shirt was prepared starting the second game of the competition. Indeed following a debut in the match against Istanbul Basaksehir on September 19th 2019, wearing the kit as it was originally released, the Roma 2019-2020 third kit underwent a small but noticeable change for the match against Wolfsberg. Whereas the original Roma 19-20 third shirt (and the one sold in shops) features two distinct logos inside the all-over pattern print, the one worn against Wolfsberg does away with the ‘ASR’ logo and only features the ‘Lupetto’. As already suspected by fans, this change was made due to a complaint by UEFA. As ilromanista.eu point out, the UEFA kit rules state that no more than two logos may feature on a club’s shirt. With the original Roma badge taking the space on the chest, the club had to make a choice between the Lupetto and the ‘ASR’ lettermark. The Lupetto is probably the right choice here, although it definitely makes the kit a bit worse than it originally us. Fortunately for all fans, the rules do not apply to the Serie A or shirts that are sold in stores, making this shirt a very rare kit used by the team in only few games.

See below the difference in the shirt’s pattern between the first Uefa Europa League game and the following ones

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Watch above the incredible Pau Lopez’s blunder

ROMA A.S.


2019/2020


Roma vs Lazio


Match Worn Unwashed Shirt


Pau Lopez


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This shirt was worn by Pau Lopez during the first half of the Serie A game between Lazio and Roma which took place in Roma, “Stadio Olimpico”, on January 26th 2020. The Roma’s derby finished at 1-1 after Roma goalkeeper Pau López submitted his candidacy for blunder of the year, if not all time. The infamy took place in the 34th minute, less than 10 minutes after Edin Džeko gave Roma the lead. López’s teammate Davide Santon headed the corner kick straight up in the air, and rather than letting it drift out of bounds — which everyone on both teams clearly expected him to do — López punched it back into play, apparently trying to keep possession and prevent another corner. Only the ball popped perilously close to the goal line, forcing López and Roma center back Chris Smalling to scramble for it. Neither could clear, and Lazio’s Francesco Acerbi drilled it into the net. This shirt is the exact shirt that Pau Lopez worn when this “accident” happened. López joined A.S. Roma on a five-year contract on 9 July 2019, in a reported €23.5 million deal. He made his Serie A debut on 25 August, in a 3–3 home draw to Genoa CFC.

ROMA A.S.


2020/2021


Roma vs Parma


Match Worn Unwashed Shirt


Mayoral Borja


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This shirt was worn by Borja Mayoral during the Serie A game between Roma and Parma which took place in Roma, “Stadio Olimpico”, on November 22nd 2020. Roma defeated Parma 3-0 and at the end of the game Mayoral swapped his shirt with a Parma’s player whom we got it from. In this game the player scored his first Serie A game and this is the exact shirt of the goal. Mayoral joined Roma on October 2nd 2020, on loan from Real Madrid until June 30th 2022. ESPN writer Rob Train predicted in August 2015 that Mayoral could become the new Raúl, another forward produced at Real Madrid’s academy. Richard Martin of UEFA.com described Mayoral as “an unapologetic scavenger”. Zinedine Zidane complimented Mayoral as well, when he said, that “Mayoral’s a striker who scores every time he has a shot”. Mayoral himself has cited Raúl and Benzema as his inspirations.