While travel guides will insist you visit the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, Vatican and various other famous monuments whilst in Rome, for Serie A fans a visit to the Stadio Olimpico is just as important an activity to tick off the holiday to-do list.
With legendary coach Jose Mourinho leading the 2022 Europa Conference League winners AS Roma and a fan-friendly ticketing policy initiated by previous owner James Pallotta, and continued by The Friedkin Group, an energetic and positive atmosphere has returned to the vast arena on Giallorossi matchdays.
If you are considering a visit to the Italian capital, we’ve got the only guide you need to know how to buy AS Roma tickets below.
How to buy AS Roma tickets
Although Lazio share the Stadio Olimpico with Roma, to avoid missing the Giallorossi in action check the official club website in advance to check the Serie A fixtures and register for a free MyASR account, which will allow individuals to purchase up to four tickets per transaction.
However, if you find yourself in Rome unexpectedly, and spot that Roma are playing at home that weekend or midweek, you can head to the official club store on Via del Corso. If you pass through the Piazza del Popolo en route, there will often be official ticket sellers on foot offering tourists the chance to see Roma in action – even for big games like the Derby della Capitale.
When do AS Roma tickets go on sale?
On the Roma ticketing portal, you will find all their upcoming games listed and some fixtures available for sale up to six weeks in advance. Which is sometimes too far in advance for Lega Serie A to have confirmed the date and time of fixtures. So look out for changes if you do buy during the earlier sales.
If the match you want to attend is not yet available for sale, you can register to be notified when the club have decided on the dates of sale, so do not miss out on the better-priced tickets and the chance to experience the Curva Sud atmosphere first hand.
How much do AS Roma tickets cost?
One of the major reasons for the improvement in attendances and atmosphere at the Stadio Olimpico when Roma are at home is the accessibility of tickets. For the majority of Serie A matches, the tickets in the Curva Nord start as little as €20 and just €30 for the Curva Sud, where the mainstay of the Romanisti will congregate.
However, if you wish to view the action from either of the Tribunas running along the length of the playing surface, AS Roma tickets will range from €35 to €80. The higher end of the price bracket placed behind the substitute benches in the Tribuna Monte Mario.