Lazio Shirts

Lazio Shirts

Lazio Shirts

Italian club Lazio share the Stadio Olimpico with rival club AS Roma and wear sky blue shirts with white shorts which are manufactured by Macron. Nicknamed 'Biancocelesti' meaning 'The White and Sky Blues' they have several world class players in their current roster including Miroslav Klose, Hernanes, Mauro Zarate and Cristian Ledesma and they are managed by Claudio Lotito.

Inspired by the Greek flag and Olympic tradition, Lazio wear home shirts of sky blue with a white strip, white shorts and socks. The away kit played in is white shirts and light blue shorts and socks.

Italian club Lazio complete their 2016/17 collection by unveiling their Macron manufactured away shirt. After last seasons graphic away shirt featured Lazio's iconic eagle crest as the headline design, the club's kit suppliers of Macron have now opted for a more subdued yet classy strip of solid [...]

Serie A club Lazio unveil their all-new third shirt which features famous colours of sky blue and white in a modern design. Already unveiling their stunningly elegant home shirt, Lazio and kit suppliers Macron return once again in stylish fashion by releasing the club's latest third shirt which i [...]

Lazio's famous sky blue club colours once again steal the headlines within Serie A football through their latest home shirt created by Macron. In simplistic yet stunning form, kit suppliers Macron follow-up last seasons more modern design with a wonderfully traditional template for Lazio's latest [...]

Lazio are an Italian football team, based in Rome. Known in Italian as Societ Sportiva Lazio (SS Lazio), they play their home games at the 82,656 capacity Stadio Olimpico. Founded in 1900 the Biancocelesti as they are nicknamed share their home ground with AS Roma.

Lazio won their first scudetto in 1974, 45 years after their first appearance in 1929. Famous names to pull on Lazio's colours include; Paul Gascoigne, Pavel Nedved, Roberto Mancini and local hero Paolo Di Canio.

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