SS Lazio

The turn of the century was the most successful time in the history of Lazio.  In 1999 it won the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, won the European Super Cup and in the 1999-2000 season won the national double, a remarkable achievement for the club that has put it in a prestigious list of only 5 Italian clubs that have won the national double so far.

Società Sportiva Lazio known as S.S Lazio was founded in 1900 as a sports club. In 1910 the football team was established and in 1912 it made its first appearances. Until the establishment of A.S Roma in 1927 it was the major club in Rome. Its first success came in 1958 when it won its first Italian Cup. First championship came in the 1973-1974 season under Tommaso Maestrelli's management and with top scorer Giorgio Chinaglia at its ranks.

Lazio hadn't won any titles in the following decades. It was involved in some scandals and was also relegated to Serie B. Sergio Cragnotti who became the president of the club in 1992  invested a lot of money in the club and started buying top players of the time. His first  notable purchase  was of Paul Gascoigne from Tottenham Hotspur.  Soon after, Lazio began contending for titles. In the 1994-1995 season it ended as the runner up with players like  Giuseppe Signori (Top scorer of Serie A 3 times), Alen Bokšić,  Pierluigi Casiraghi, Alessandro Nesta, Paolo Negro and Roberto Di Matteo. In the following years purchases of excellent players such as Pavel Nedvěd, Juan Veron, Christian Vieri, Roberto Mancini, Marcelo Salas and Hernan Crespo led Lazio to win titles. With manager Sven-Göran Eriksson who trained the team from 1997 until 2001 Lazio won The UEFA Cup Winners' Cup (in the very last season in which this tournament was played), the European Super Cup, an Italian Championship, 2 Italian Cups and 2 Italian Super Cups.

Ever since these glorious years Lazio has won the Italian Cup 3 more times, last time in 2013, (proving very successful in this tournament's history  by winning the title 6 times in 7 final appearances) and the Italian Super Cup twice.

Holder of records in the history of the club are Giuseppe Favalli ( with 401 appearances) surpassing Giuseppe Wilson (with 394 appearances) and legendary Silvio Piola (with 148 goals) preceding Giuseppe Signori (with 127 goals). Other players which are beloved by Lazio's fans are Alessandro Nesta who grew up in the club and Bruno Giordano who debuted in the club and played for it between 1975-1985.

Lazio plays in the Olympic Stadium of Rome, which has a capacity of 72,689 seats. The Stadium is shared with its fiercest rival  A.S Roma and the match between them is called Derby della Capitale (known also as the Rome derbi). It is one of the most emotionally charged derbies in world football.

With Claudio Lotito as president , Stefano Pioli as manager and a mixture of veteran and new players such as: Cristian Ledesma , Stefano Mauri , Senad Lulić , Marco Parolo , Miroslav Klose, Stefan Radu, Felipe Anderson and goal keeper Federico Marchetti,  Lazio will try to contend for titles in the 2014-2015 season.

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cessful time in the history of Lazio.  In 1999 it won the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, won the European Super Cup and in the 1999-2000 season won the national double, a remarkable achievement for the club that has put it in a prestigious list of only 5 Italian clubs that have won the national double so far.

Società Sportiva Lazio known as S.S Lazio was founded in 1900 as a sports club. In 1910 the football team was established and in 1912 it made its first appearances. Until the establishment of A.S Roma in 1927 it was the major club in Rome. Its first success came in 1958 when it won its first Italian Cup. First championship came in the 1973-1974 season under Tommaso Maestrelli's management and with top scorer Giorgio Chinaglia at its ranks.

Lazio hadn't won any titles in the following decades. It was involved in some scandals and was also relegated to Serie B. Sergio Cragnotti who became the president of the club in 1992  invested a lot of money in the club and started buying top players of the time. His first notable purchase was of Paul Gascoigne from Tottenham Hotspur. Soon after, Lazio began contending for titles. In the 1994-1995 season it ended as the runner up with players like  Giuseppe Signori (Top scorer of Serie A 3 times), Alen Bokšić,  Pierluigi Casiraghi, Alessandro Nesta, Paolo Negro and Roberto Di Matteo. In the following years purchases of excellent players such as Pavel Nedvěd, Juan Veron, Christian Vieri, Roberto Mancini, Marcelo Salas and Hernan Crespo led Lazio to win titles. With manager Sven-Göran Eriksson who trained the team from 1997 until 2001 Lazio won The UEFA Cup Winners' Cup (in the very last season in which this tournament was played), the European Super Cup, an Italian Championship, 2 Italian Cups and 2 Italian Super Cups.

Ever since these glorious years Lazio has won the Italian Cup 3 more times, last time in 2013, (proving very successful in this tournament's history  by winning the title 6 times in 7 final appearances) and the Italian Super Cup twice.

Holder of records in the history of the club are Giuseppe Favalli (with 401 appearances) surpassing Giuseppe Wilson (with 394 appearances) and legendary Silvio Piola (with 148 goals) preceding Giuseppe Signori (with 127 goals). Other players which are beloved by Lazio's fans are Alessandro Nesta who grew up in the club and Bruno Giordano who debuted in the club and played for it between 1975-1985.

Lazio plays in the Olympic Stadium of Rome, which has a capacity of 72,689 seats. The Stadium is shared with its fiercest rival A.S Roma and the match between them is called Derby della Capitale (known also as the Rome derbi). It is one of the most emotionally charged derbies in world football.

With Claudio Lotito as president, Simone Inzaghi was appointed manager following the sacking of Stefano Pioli and a mixture of veteran and new players such as: Ciro Immobile, Lucas Biglia, Felipe Anderson, Stefan Radu

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SS Lazio tickets - 2017-2018
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Italian Serie A (Football (Soccer)) SS Lazio vs Chievo Verona
Rome, Italy - Stadio Olimpico (Roma)
21 Jan 2018,
15:00
Italian Serie A (Football (Soccer)) SS Lazio vs Udinese
Rome, Italy - Stadio Olimpico (Roma)
24 Jan 2018,
18:30
from
37
Italian Serie A (Football (Soccer)) AC Milan vs SS Lazio
Milan, Italy - Stadio San Siro (Giuseppe Meazza)
28 Jan 2018,
20:45
from
31
Italian Cup (Football (Soccer)) Semi-final: AC Milan vs SS Lazio
Milan, Italy - Stadio San Siro (Giuseppe Meazza)
31 Jan 2018,
20:45
from
52
Italian Serie A (Football (Soccer)) SS Lazio vs Genoa CFC
Rome, Italy - Stadio Olimpico (Roma)
05 Feb 2018,
20:45
from
40
Italian Serie A (Football (Soccer)) SSC Napoli vs SS Lazio
Naples, Italy - Stadio San Paolo
10 Feb 2018,
20:45
from
53
UEFA Europa League (Football (Soccer)) Round of 32: Steaua Bucuresti vs SS Lazio
Bucharest, Romania - Arena Nationala
15 Feb 2018,
22:05
Italian Serie A (Football (Soccer)) SS Lazio vs Hellas Verona
Rome, Italy - Stadio Olimpico (Roma)
19 Feb 2018,
20:45
from
40
UEFA Europa League (Football (Soccer)) Round of 32: SS Lazio vs Steaua Bucuresti
Rome, Italy - Stadio Olimpico (Roma)
22 Feb 2018,
19:00
from
34
Italian Serie A (Football (Soccer)) Sassuolo vs SS Lazio
Reggio Emilia, Italy - Stadio Città del Tricolore
25 Feb 2018,
15:00
from
61
Italian Cup (Football (Soccer)) Semi-final: SS Lazio vs AC Milan
Rome, Italy - Stadio Olimpico (Roma)
28 Feb 2018,
19:00
Not Final
from
34
Italian Serie A (Football (Soccer)) SS Lazio vs Juventus FC
Rome, Italy - Stadio Olimpico (Roma)
03 Mar 2018,
18:00
from
57
Italian Serie A (Football (Soccer)) Cagliari vs SS Lazio
Cagliari, Italy - Sardegna Arena
11 Mar 2018,
15:00
Not Final
Italian Serie A (Football (Soccer)) SS Lazio vs Bologna FC
Rome, Italy - Stadio Olimpico (Roma)
18 Mar 2018,
18:00
from
40
Italian Serie A (Football (Soccer)) SS Lazio vs Benevento
Rome, Italy - Stadio Olimpico (Roma)
31 Mar 2018,
15:00
Not Final
from
40
Italian Serie A (Football (Soccer)) Udinese vs SS Lazio
Udine, Italy - Stadio Friuli
08 Apr 2018,
15:00
Not Final
from
61
Italian Serie A (Football (Soccer)) Derby della Capitale: SS Lazio vs AS Roma
Rome, Italy - Stadio Olimpico (Roma)
15 Apr 2018,
15:00
Not Final
from
105
Italian Serie A (Football (Soccer)) ACF Fiorentina vs SS Lazio
Florence, Italy - Stadio Artemio Franchi
18 Apr 2018,
20:45
Not Final
from
53
Italian Serie A (Football (Soccer)) SS Lazio vs UC Sampdoria
Rome, Italy - Stadio Olimpico (Roma)
22 Apr 2018,
15:00
Not Final
from
40
Italian Serie A (Football (Soccer)) Torino FC vs SS Lazio
Turin, Italy - Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino
29 Apr 2018,
15:00
Not Final
from
66
Italian Serie A (Football (Soccer)) SS Lazio vs Atalanta BC
Rome, Italy - Stadio Olimpico (Roma)
06 May 2018,
15:00
Not Final
from
40
Italian Serie A (Football (Soccer)) Crotone vs SS Lazio
Crotone, Italy - Stadio Ezio Scida
13 May 2018,
15:00
Not Final
Italian Serie A (Football (Soccer)) SS Lazio vs Inter
Rome, Italy - Stadio Olimpico (Roma)
20 May 2018,
15:00
Not Final
from
57