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How to buy Roma tickets: Prices, membership, essential guide to cheap Serie A tickets 2023/24

One of the best things you can do while at the ‘Eternal City’ is to find Roma tickets and attend one of their matches at the legendary Stadio Olimpico. Finding cheap Serie A tickets is always a possibility and despite their great following the Giallorossi tend to sell Roma tickets to the general public for almost every home game they play. 

Roma tickets
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Roma tickets & prices at Stadio Olimpico

Roma season tickets: Pricing, availability

Season tickets for the 23/24 season sold out as early as 23rd June 2023. Roma tickets for the entire season are a hot commodity and in this campaign, there are exactly 40,000 Giallorossi season ticket holders.

If you want to obtain a season ticket for the 2024/25 season you better hurry and put your name on a waiting list at Roma’s website. The subscription for this waiting list is open already but only a small number of season tickets will be available as most regular fans simply renew each year. 

Roma matchday tickets and single-match tickets: Pricing, availability

Roma tickets are made available for the general public often enough. Even for the most important matches such as the Derby della Capitale with cross city rivals Lazio and the big clashes with Milan, Inter and Juventus, there are usually several thousand tickets on sale in the days before the games.

Various websites sell Roma tickets as well as the official ticket office. The prices vary widely based on the opponents and Roma tickets for individual matchdays can be found for as low as €39 up to €125.

Do I need a membership to buy Roma tickets?

The large Stadio Olimpico rarely gets sold out so in theory you don’t need a membership to buy Roma tickets. That said those with membership benefit from cheaper prices and have the first right to buy tickets for the biggest matches during the season. 

How to get a Roma membership

Roma membership is easy to obtain from the official website of the club. There are two main types of Roma membership:

Classic Subscription: It gives you advantageous Roma ticket prices; priority for European competitions and Coppa Italia matches, a user change for three matches (available in the subscription app), and discounts at the AS Roma store. 

Plus Subscription: It gives you advantageous Roma ticket prices, advantageous prices for the purchase of extra tickets, priority for European competitions and Coppa Italia matches, a user change for three matches (available in the subscription app), the chance to manage and resell your ticket for all matches (available in the subscription app),  and discounts at the AS Roma store.

Roma seating plan at Stadio Olimpico

Stadio Olimpico
From As Roma official website

Roma hospitality tickets

Roma tickets are a hot commodity and there's the opportunity for business owners to network during games. In order to do that, they need a Roma hospitality ticket. Roma host 2,500 guests per game, and 550 companies from 50 different industry sectors.

This great opportunity to both watch a game of football and conduct some important meetings explains why despite the 11 different Roma hospitality tickets on offer they have all sold out. It's possible to put your name down on a waiting list however the average waiting time to obtain such a ticket for Roma’s matches is around three years. 

The Roma hospitality tickets are split into the following categories and give different perks: Tevere Premier, Club 1927, Colosseo Supperior, Colosseo Lounge, Pantheon Supperior, Pantheon Lounge, Ara Pacis, Post Match Dinner, Circo Massimo Lounge, Suite. 

It's important to know that 97% of hospitality ticket holders have renewed their place for the 2024/25 campaign. 

Roma FAQs

St Olimpico
Foto Fabrizio Corradetti/LaPresse 23 Dicembre 2023 Photo by Icon sport

How to get to Stadio Olimpico at Roma?

Reaching Roma’s stadium is not the easiest thing but its location on the outskirts of a capital city means the options to do so are varied. 

Considering traffic on the streets of the Italian capital is always hectic, we advise using public transport. All of these buses have stops right at Stadio Olimpico – 168, 280, 301, 32, 628, and 69. You can also take the tram to the stadium from pretty much any of the main stations in Rome.  

If you decide to go by car after all the most likely place you’ll be heading towards the stadium will be the Leonardo Da Vinci airport. From there to get to Stadio Olimpico just follow these instructions: Fiumicino motorway, exit G.R.A (Rome's ring road) towards Cassia-Flaminia, take exit n.5 (Flaminia). Follow the road signs for the stadium.

Coming on the roads from pretty much any direction still means you’ll have to stay on Rome’s ring road until you reach the exit for Flaminia.

How can I get Roma away tickets?

The away tickets are sold mainly to Roma season ticket holders. There are very rarely away tickets available for general sale. Still, for some of the games on the road against smaller teams, one can find Roma tickets. The best place to look is the dedicated websites for football ticket sales as any availability will be posted there. 

How can I get cheap Roma tickets?

Multiple online platforms offer cheap Roma tickets. First, check Vivaticket.  

Can I do a stadium tour of Stadio Olimpico?

Tours of Stadio Olimpico are one of the most popular experiences for a visiting fan. The basic price for advanced bookings is set at €15 per person. Tickets can be purchased from all Vivaticket point-of-sale locations, from Roma’s website, or the official ticket office of the Stadio Olimpico Tour, located in Via dei Gladiatori 2 in Rome (open every day, from 10:00 to 18:00, except on matchdays)

How to watch Roma at home?

For many, the best option is to watch the Giallorossi on TV.  Serie A matches are shown exclusively on TNT Sports in the UK.


Iskra Zecheva

For over 16 years now, Iskra had been a freelance sports writer. Football and scouting, being among the main fields of her expertise. She has dined with kings, queens and some of the most famous sports figures of the past and the present. Iskra is also a member of the largest independent union of investigative journalists. She has minority ownership at several sports clubs and knows first-hand the pains of supporting a 'small-scale' football club.

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