Honours
COMPETITIONS TROPHIES
SCUDETTO 3
COPPA ITALIA 9
SUPERCOPPA 2
INTER CITIES FAIRS CUP 1

 

Coppa Italia winners 2007-2008

Final: Roma 2 - 1 Inter, 24 May, 2008
Team: Doni, Cassetti, Mexes, Juan, Tonetto, Pizzarro, Aquilani (Panucci 89), De Rossi, Giuly (Cicinho 65), Vucinic, Perrotta (Brighi)
Goalscorers: Mexes, Perrotta
Coach: Luciano Spalletti
President: Franco Sensi

Supercoppa winners 2007

Final: Inter 0 - 1 Roma, 19 August, 2007
Team: Doni; Cassetti, Panucci, Mexes, Tonetto, De Rossi, Aquilani, Taddei, Giuly (Brighi, 73), Vucinic (Rosi, 89), Totti
Goalscorer: De Rossi (penalty)
Coach: Luciano Spalletti

President: Franco Sensi

Coppa Italia winners 2006-2007

Final 1st Leg: Roma 6 - 2 Inter, 9 May, 2007
Team: Doni, Panucci, Ferrari, Mexes (Cassetti 46), Chivu, De Rossi, Pizarro (Tonetto 86), Taddei (Aquilani 75), Perrotta, Mancini, Totti
Goalscorers: Totti, De Rossi, Perrotta, Mancini, Panucci (2)
Final 2nd Leg: Inter 2 - 1 Roma, 17 May, 2007
Team: Doni, Panucci, Ferrari, Mexes, Chivu, De Rossi, Aquilani (Pizarro 58), Taddei, Perrotta, Mancini (Tonetto 79), Totti
Goalscorer: Perrotta
Coach: Luciano Spalletti
President: Franco Sensi

Supercoppa winners 2001

Final: Roma 3 - 0 Fiorentina, 19 August, 2001
Team: Pelizzoli, Zebina, Samuel, Zago, Fuser (Guigou, 67), Tommasi, Assuncao (Balbo, 81), Candela, Totti, Batistuta, Montella (Delvecchio, 61)
Goalscorers: Candela, Montella, Totti
Coach: Fabio Capello
President: Franco Sensi

Scudetto winners 2000-2001

Goalkeepers: Francesco Antonioli, Marco Amelia, Cristiano Lupatelli
Defenders: Cafu, Antonio Carlos Zago, Aldair, Jonathan Zebina, Walter Adrian Samuel, Alessandro Rinaldi, Amedeo Mangone, Vincent Candela
Midfielders: Cristiano Zanetti, Marcos Assuncao, Eusebio Di Francesco, Hidetoshi Nakata, Emerson, Gaetano D’Agostino, Damiano Tommasi, Gianni Guigou
Forwards: Vincenzo Montella, Francesco Totti, Gabriel Omar Batistuta, Abel Eduardo Balbo, Marco Delvecchio
Other players: Marco Amelia, Massimo Bonanni, Cesare Bovo, Daniele De Rossi, Sergej Gurenko, Maurizio Lanzaro, Paolo Poggi
Top 3: Roma 75; Juventus 73; Lazio 69
Coach: Fabio Capello
President: Franco Sensi

Coppa Italia winners 1990-1991

Final 1st Leg: Roma 3 - 1 Sampdoria, 30 May, 1991
Team: Cervone, S Pellegrini, Carboni, Berthold, Aldair, Nela, Desideri, Di Mauro, Voeller, Giannini (Gerolin 88), Rizzitelli (Muzzi 76)
Goalscorers: L Pellegrini (own goal), Berthold, Voeller
Final 2nd Leg: Sampdoria 1 - 1 Roma, 9 June, 1991
Team: Cervone, Pellegrini, Carboni, Aldair, Gerolin, Nela, Desideri, Di Mauro, Voeller (Salsano 84), Giannini (Tempestilli 67), Rizzitelli
Goalscorer: Voeller (penalty)
Coach: VujadinBoskov
President: Flora Viola

Coppa Italia winners 1985-1986

Final 1st Leg: Sampdoria 2 - 1 Roma, 7 June, 1986
Team: Gregori, Oddi, Gerolin, Desideri, Lucci, Righetti, Graziani, Giannini I, Tovalieri, Di Carlo, Impallomeni
Goalscorer:  Tovalieri
Final 2nd Leg: Roma 2 - 0 Sampdoria, 14 June, 1986
Team: Gregori A., Oddi, Gerolin, Desideri, Lucci, Righetti U., Graziani, Giannini I, Pruzzo (Impallomeni, 83), Di Carlo, Tovalieri (Cerezo, 85)
Goalscorers: Desideri (penalty), Cerezo
Coach: Sven-Göran ErikssonEriksson
President: Dino Viola

Coppa Italia winners 1983-1984

Final 1st Leg: Verona 1 - 1 Roma, 21 June, 1984
Team: Tancredi, Nappi, Oddi E., Nela, Falçao, Maldera, Conti B., Cerezo, Pruzzo (88’ Chierico), Di Bartolomei, Graziani
Goalscorer: Cerezo
Final 2nd Leg: Roma 1 - 0 Verona, 26 June, 1984
Team: Tancredi, Nappi, Nela, Di Bartolomei, Falcão, Maldera III, Conti B. (Strukelj,18, Giannini 62), Cerezo, Pruzzo (Vincenzi 80), Chierico, Graziani F
Goalscorer: Ferroni I. (own goal)
Coach: Nils Liedholm
President: Dino Viola

Scudetto winners 1982-1983

Goalkeepers: Franco Tancredi, Franco Superchi, Alessandro Biagini 
Defenders: Aldo Maldera, Michele Nappi, Sebastiano Nela, Ubaldo Righetti, Pietro Vierchowod
Midfielders: Carlo Ancelotti, Odoacre Chierico, Bruno Conti, Agostino Di Bartolomei, Paulo Roberto Falcao, Giuseppe Giannini, Paolo Giovannelli, Herbert Prohaska, Claudio Valigi
Forwards: Paolo Baldieri, Maurizio Iorio, Roberto Pruzzo, Paolo Alberto Faccini
Other players: Settimio Lucci, Paolo Baldieri, Giovanni Boccia, Roberto Scarnecchia, Giuseppe Giannini, Massimo Gregori. Sandro Tovalieri
Top 3: Roma 43; Juventus 39; Inter 38
Coach: Nils Liedholm
President: Dino Viola

Coppa Italia winners 1980-1981

Final 1st Leg: Roma 1 - 1 Torino, 13 June, 1981
Team: Tancredi, Romano II, Maggiora, Turone, Falcão, Santarini, Conti B., Di Bartolomei, Faccini, Ancelotti, Scarnecchia
Goalscorer: Ancelotti
Final 2nd Leg: Torino 1-1 Roma (3-5 after penalties), 20 June, 1981
Team: Tancredi, Romano II, Maggiora, Turone (Santarini, 120), Falçao, Bonetti I, Conti B., Di Bartolomei, Pruzzo (Birigozzi,46), Ancelotti, Scarnecchia
Goalscorer: Di Bartolomei (penalty)
Coach: Nils Liedholm
President: Dino Viola

Coppa Italia winners 1979-1980

Final: Roma 0 - 0 Torino, 3-2 after penalties, 17 May, 1980
Team: Tancredi, Maggiora, De Nadai, Benetti (91′ Di Bartolomei), Turone, Santarini, Conti B., Giovannelli P., Pruzzo, Ancelotti, Amenta (Scarnecchia, 75)
Coach: Nils Liedholm
President: Dino Viola

Ango-Italian Cup winners 1971-72

Final: Roma-Blackpool 3-1, 24 June, 1972
Team: Ginulfi; Cappelli (86' Liguori), Liguori; Salvori, Bet, Santarini; Cappellini (69' Scaratti), Spadoni, Zigoni, Cordova, Franzot.
Goalscorers: 48' Cappellini, 74' Scaratti, 84' Zigoni
Coach: Helenio Herrera
President: Gaetano Anzalone

Coppa Italia winners 1968-1969

Final Fixtures 
Roma 1 - 1 Cagliari 1, 1 June, 1969
Goalscorer: Landini
Roma 3 - 0 Foggia 0, 4 June, 1969
Goalscorers: Landini, Capello, Peiro
Torinio 2 - 2 Roma, 8 June,1969
Goalscorers: Scaratti, D’Amato
Cagliari 1 - 2 Roma, 19 June, 1969
Goalscorers: Peiro (2)
Roma 0 - 0 Torino, 24 June,1969
Foggia 1 - 3 Roma, 29 June1969
Goalscorers: Capello (2), Peiro
Final Ranking: Roma 9, Cagliari 6, Foggia 5, Torino 4
Team: Ginulfi, Carpenetti, Bet, Spinosi, Cappelli, Santarini, Scaratti, Peiro’, D’Amato, Capello, Salvori
Coach: Helenio Herrera
President: Francesco Ranucci

Coppa Italia winners 1963-1964

Final 1st Leg: Roma 0 - 0 Torino, 6 September, 1964
Team: Matteucci, Tomasin, Ardizzon, Carpenetti, Losi, Schnellinger, Leonardi, Tamborini, Nicolè, Carpanesi, Salvori
Final 2nd Leg: Torino 0 - 1 Roma, 1 November, 1964
Team: Cudicini, Tomasin, Ardizzon, Carpanesi, Losi, Schnellinger, Leonardi, Tamborini, Nicole’, De Sisti, Francesconi
Goalscorer: Nicole’ (85)
Coach: Juan Carlos Lorenzo
President: Francesco Marini-Dettina

Inter-Cities Fairs Cup winners 1960-1961

Final 1st Leg: Birmingham 2 - 2 Roma, 27 September, 1961
Team: Cudicini, Fontana, Corsini, Guiliano, Losi, Carpanesi, Orlando, Da Costa, Manfredini, Angelillo, Menichelli
Goalscorer: Manfredini (2)
Final 2nd Leg: Roma 2 - 0 Birmingham, 11 October, 1961
Team: Cudicini, Fontana, Corsini, Pestrin, Losi, Carpanesi, Orlando, Lojacono, Manfredini, Angelillo, Menichelli
Goalscorers: Farmers (own goal), Pestrini
Coach: Luis Carniglia
President: Anacleto Gianni

Serie B winners 1951-52

Goalkeepers: Fosco Risorti, Luigi Albani, Nevio Ferrari
Defenders: Knut Nordahl, Alberto Eliani, Armando Tre Re, Amos Cardarelli
Midfielders: Raoul Bortoletto, Arcadio Venturi, Italo Acconcia
Forwards: Renzo Merlin, Carlo Galli, Adriano Zecca, Stig Sundqvist, Lorenzo Bettini, Giovanni Perissinotto, Sune Andersson, Eolo Capacci
Top 3: Roma 53, Brescia 52, Messina 45
Coach: Gipo Viani
President: Pier Carlo Restagno

Scudetto winners 1941-1942

Goalkeepers: Guido Masetti, Fosco Risorti
Defenders: Luigi Brunella, Mario Acerbi, Sergio Andreoli, Luigi Nobile
Midfielders: Aldo Donati, Edmondo Mornese, Giuseppe Bonomi, Luigi Di Pasquale, Mario De Grassi, Paolo Jacobini
Forwards: Naim Krieziu, Renato Cappellini, Amadeo Amadei, Aristide Coscia, Miguel Angel Pantò, Cesare Benedetti (I), Ermes Borsetti
Reserve squad: Andreoni, Giorgio Attili, Rolando Cesari, Enzo Cozzolini, Franco Cuccia, Arvisio Ferioli, Alfredo Guadagnoli, Ippolito Ippoliti, Camillo Melibei, Alberto Piccinini, Fernando Porcarelli, Rossetti, Franco Valeau
Top 3: Roma 42; Torino 39; Venezia 38
Coach: Alfred Schaffer
President: Edgardo Bazzini

Coppa CONI 1928

Final (Replay): Modena-Roma 1-2 (extra time), Florence, 29 July, 1928
Team: Ballante, Mattei, Corbyons; Ferraris IV, Degni, Rovida, Maddaluno, Fasanelli, Bussich, Bossi, Chini
Goalscorers: Corbyons pen., Bussich
Coach: William Garbutt
President: Renato Sacerdoti