With AS Roma sharing its name with the city within in which it resides, visitors to the Italian capital can often overlook Eternal City rivals Lazio when considering some Serie A action for their holiday itinerary.
However, the Biancocelesti have qualified for the Champions League group stages more recently than their Stadio Olimpico housemates and can certainly claim to be as successful when it comes to silverware.
Although Giallorossi fans will quickly point to a higher number of Supercoppa Italiana titles in the Lazio trophy cabinet, and a UEFA Super Cup from the late 1990s, as factors that dilute the quality of some of Lazio‘s triumphs.
If you are considering a visit to the Italian capital, we’ve got the only guide you need to know how to buy Lazio tickets below.
How to buy Lazio tickets
The Lazio ticketing page is one of the most user-friendly and informative in Serie A, with details on the sale of future games provided well in advance and regular updates via the ticket news bar below the fixtures that are available for selection.
With the website eventually directing visitors to the external Vivaticket site to complete purchases, the Biancocelesti conveniently includes links for away fixtures as well, if looking to purchase as a neutral. However, each Vivaticket customer account is limited to a maximum of four tickets.
When do Lazio tickets go on sale?
Tickets for domestic or European fixtures at the Stadio Olimpico involving Lazio as hosts go on sale around two weeks before kick-off, if in possession of one of the adult or junior membership options that provide early access to tickets.
General sale tickets are usually available between 7-10 days before the date of the game, though, and only sell out for the visit of Derby della Capitale rivals Roma. The vast 72,698-capacity arena offers an abundance of tickets, ensuring that those looking to cheer on the Biancocelesti while in Rome will not be disappointed, though.
How much do Lazio tickets cost?
The pricing structure within the Curva Nord section, which arguably hosts the most passionate of the Lazio fanbase, fluctuates little, regardless of the level of opposition in town. For fixtures against the newly promoted or mid-ranking Serie A teams, tickets start at €35, whereas fixtures against Roma or Champions League action start from €45.
However, if you prefer to watch the action from flanks, the cost varies widely given that they separate the Stadio Olimpico several small blocks of seats with individual pricing. For regular fixtures these will start at €55 and rise to around €110, but for high-profile encounters you might be left €170 tickets if you are not fast enough.