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New Roma 2020 Kits

A.S. Roma (Associazione Sportiva Roma) was founded in July 1927, the Fascist regime´s idea at the time was to merge all the Rome clubs into one. Lazio refused even a meeting but Alba, Pro Roma, Fortitudo and Roman attended and Roma was formed, taking it´s name from the city. Roma play their home games at Lo Stadio Olimpico, Via Foro Italico, 00194 Roma

Roma wear a home strip of; dark red shirts with dark yellow borders, this shirt gave the club its nickname of Giallorossi (yellow-red).

Roma are one of the younger European clubs with a proud history as Italian Champions, Italian Cup winners, Italian SuperCup, Anglo-Italian cup and UEFA Cup Winners.

AS Roma announced a ten year agreement with Nike which commencing at the start of the 2014-15 season currently play in the Italian Serie A and they share the Stadio Olimpico with city rivals Lazio. The club's home kit features their trademark maroon colour along with orange applications while the new away kit is white and features a historic orange and maroon sash on the front. The club have had several kit manufacturers in their history including Kappa, Diadora, Asics, adidas, Patrick and Playground.

Champions League Kits

Italian club AS Roma have never won a European Cup/Champions League title. The closest AS Roma have gone in winning a cup was in the 1983-84 season were they were beaten by Liverpool in the final. The game ended 1-1 and Liverpool won 4-2 on penalties. Some of the famous names to have played for Roma include Francesco Totti, Giuseppe Giannini, Roberto Pruzzo, Bruno Conti, Vincenzo Montella, Daniele De Rossi, Carlo Ancelotti, Damiano Tommasi and Simone Perrotta.

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