AS Roma Tryouts

Associazione Sportiva Roma, commonly referred to as Roma, is an Italian professional football club based in Rome, Italy. The club competes in Serie A, the top flight of Italian football.

AS Roma Youth Development System

AS Roma Primavera

The under-19 team (Primavera) currently compete in the Campionato Primavera 1, as well as the Coppa Italia Primavera, and regularly compete in the continental UEFA Youth League. Roma’s Primavera (Under-19) side is one of the best in Italy. After winning the Italian title in 2016, Alberto De Rossi’s side are regular contenders for the national title every season.

To learn more about AS Roma Primavera, please click here.


AS Roma Youth Teams

In addition to the U19 reserve team, AS Roma have additional competitive youth teams that include Under 18 and Under 17 teams. Also AS Roma are affiliated with a variety of clubs in Italy, which include:

Associated AS Roma Clubs

ROME

ASD ANZIO 1924
ASD FORTITUDO ROMA CLUB 1908
ASD CIRCOLO SPORTIVO ITALIA SSD
ASD ACQUACETOSA CENTRO CALCIO
ASD ALITALIA CALCIO
ASD ATLETICO LODIGIANI
ASD GRIFONE GIALLOVERDE
ASD NETTUNO
ASD POLISPORTIVA CARSO 1969 (LT)
ASD PRO CALCIO TOR SAPIENZA
ASD ROMARIA (VT)
ASD SPORTING RIETI (RI)
ASD STELLA POLARE DE LA SALLE
ASD TRASTEVERE CALCIO 1909
CIRCOLO CANOTTIERI ROMA
DABLIU NEW TEAM SOCCER
FC FRASCATI
FIUMICINO CALCIO
POLISPORTIVA GDC PONTE DI NONA
SSD NOVAUTO PRO ROMA CALCIO SRL
SALARIA SPORT CLUB
SGS SPES ARTIGLIO SSD ARL
SSD ALBALONGA
SSD CERTOSA SRL
SSD HONEY SOCCER CITY
SSD POL. CINECITTA’ BETTINI SRL
SSD POLISPORTIVA DE ROSSI ARL
SSD ROMA CALCIO FEMMINILE SRL
US SAMAGOR ASD (LT)

ITALY

ASC MATERDEI (NA)
ASD FABRIZIO MICCOLI (LE)
ASD SOCCER MONTALTO (CS)
ATLETICO GUBBIO (PG)
BS SOCCER FASANO (BR)
POLISPORTIVA 90 MONTALE (PT)
SAN SISTO 1966 (PG)

WOMEN ACADEMY

ATLETICO LODIGIANI (RM)
GRIFONE GIALLOVERDE (RM) 
ROMA CALCIO FEMMINILE (RM)

AS Roma YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS

We train the football professionals of tomorrow by providing all the support and resources needed to help develop players and inspire them to reach their highest potential. Our mission is to provide our technical know-how to create a new generation of talent both on and off the field where we offer season long training sessions, year-round football camps, coaching workshops and personalized exercise programs. 

AS Roma’s staff are highly qualified with many years of experience in youth football where we help to provide support and resources to enhance the experience of players, coaches and members of your community. 

We invite everyone interested in receiving more information on available opportunities to become a partner within our programs to please contact us at: [email protected].


AS Roma Football School

The AS Roma Football School is the club’s flagship academy founded for boys and girls between 6 – 13 years old. Its main objective is to train the next generation of AS Roma players by providing the best development experience which strives to pursue excellence in a professional, competitive, fun atmosphere while providing a clear pathway to the highest levels of the game in a free-to-play program at all levels. 

Players will have the opportunity to train in one of our world class facilities located throughout Rome while improving their technical and tactical skills through special curricular provided by our AS Roma coaches. 

Click here to visit the official AS Roma Football School website.


AS Roma Camp

The AS Roma Camp is a football training program dedicated to all kids, aged between 6 – 13 years old, organized for players of all abilities looking to develop their technical and tactical skills in a fun & competitive environment where it includes a wide range of game-related activities to develop confident & creative players on the ball.

Our AS Roma coaches will challenge and encourage players to reach their next level of abilities. 

Click here to visit the official AS Roma Camp website.


AS Roma Training Experience

The AS Roma Training Experience is a unique opportunity for football teams, schools and clubs from all over the world to receive & develop their physical, technical and tactical qualities through professional coaching at one of our world class facilities located throughout Rome. 

Players will take part in engaging and innovative exercises, giving them an insight into how AS Roma’s teams train and play on a daily basis. While providing authentic and creative football coaching sessions, we personalize your trip offering additional services at your disposal, such as: tickets for AS Roma match, hotel accommodation, private transportation, sightseeing & cultural enrichment, dedicated supervisor for the team throughout your stay in Rome and much more. 

Interested in a personalized training program and tour in Rome? For any inquiries please email: [email protected]


AS Roma International Academies

The AS Roma Academy is the official network of football schools around the world dedicated to all boys and girls, aged between 5 – 17 years old, which offers the opportunity to learn the methodologies and training techniques that inspired talented players such as Francesco Totti, Daniele De Rossi, Alessandro Florenzi and Lorenzo Pellegrini. 

Through the advice of AS Roma’s technical staff and specialized local coaches, every player will be supported to reach their full potential while learning the training & educational approach used by AS Roma’s Youth Sector. 

Click here to learn more about our Academy!



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AS Roma History

Fifteen players have won the FIFA World Cup while playing for Roma, including Ferraris, Guaita, and Masetti in 1934; Donati, Monzeglio, and Serantoni in 1938; Bruno Conti in 1982; Rudi Voller and Berthold in 1990; Aldair in 1994; Candela in 1998; and Francesco Totti, Daniele De Rossi, and Simone Perrotta in 2002. (2006).

Since the year 1953, Roma’s home games have been held at the Stadio Olimpico, which is a stadium that they share with their archrivals Lazio. It has a seating capacity of nearly 72,000, making it the second-largest venue of its sort in Italy; only the San Siro is able to accommodate a larger number of people. Even though building on the new stadium has not yet begun, the team intends to relocate to it in the near future.

Mohamed Salah celebrates after scoring a goal 1-1 with Francesco Totti during the Italian Serie A football match A.S. Roma vs F.C. Bologna at the Olympic Stadium in Rome, on april 11, 2016 (Photo by Silvia Lore/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

I Giallorossi is the nick moniker given to Roma as a result of the club’s home colors, which are a golden yellow and carmine crimson combination (“The Yellow and Reds”). These hues have frequently been paired with white shorts in fashion shows. The she-wolf, a reference to the notion that Rome was founded by wolves, is featured on their club badge.

Stadium

Over 70,000 spectators may be accommodated at Rome, Italy’s Stadio Olimpico, which is the city’s most extensive sporting venue. It may be found at the Foro Italico sports complex, which is situated to the north of the city. The Italian National Olympic Committee is the owner of the building, and the sport of association football is the primary activity that takes place there.

The final match of the Coppa Italia is played in the Stadio Olimpico, which also serves as the home turf for the football teams of Roma and Lazio. It hosted the tournament final after being reconstructed for the 1990 FIFA World Cup to be played there.

In addition to having a status as a UEFA category four stadium, it has served as the location for four different European Cup finals, the most recent of which was the UEFA Champions League Final in 2009. In addition to being used for football, the stadium is also the national athletics stadium for Italy and is utilized by the Italian national rugby union team. Concerts and other activities are occasionally held there.

Crest

The club is commonly referred to as I lupi” (which literally translates to “the wolves”), and the animal has been represented on the club’s badge in a variety of guises since the beginning of their existence. The emblem that is being used by the squad is the same one that was used back when the club was initially established. It illustrates the myth of Rome’s founding by depicting a female wolf with two young brothers named Romulus and Remus. The image is superimposed on a shield that is divided into two parts and colored golden yellow and maroon red respectively.

Credit: Logos-world.net

The twins, sons of Mars and Rhea Silvia, are cast into the river Tiber by their uncle Amulius, according to the tale from which the club draws its name and logo. The two young were eventually rescued and cared for by a female wolf. In the end, the two twins got their revenge on Amulius before falling out with each other: Romulus killed Remus, and as a result, he became the first king of a new city called Rome, which was named in his honor.

Ownership

Thomas Daniel Friedkin, who was born in 1965, is an American billionaire who serves as the Chief Executive Officer of The Friedkin Group as well as the Chief Executive Officer of his subsidiary Gulf States Toyota Distributors. Both of these companies were founded by Thomas Daniel Friedkin’s father, Thomas Hoyt Friedkin, who was the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Friedkin Companies as well as the Owner and President of Serie A club A.S. Roma. Thomas Daniel Friedkin is also the CEO of The Friedkin Group and Gulf States