A.S. Roma Primavera

Roma Primavera
Full name Associazione Sportiva Roma SpA
Nickname(s) i Giallorossi (The Yellow-Reds)
La Magica (The Magic One)
i Lupi (The Wolves)
Ground Stadio Olimpico
Rome, Italy
Ground Capacity 70,634
President James Pallotta
Head coach Alberto De Rossi
League Campionato Nazionale Primavera
2015–16 1°posto, Campionato Nazionale Primavera (Girone C); vince la finale contro la Juventus è diventa Campione d'Italia per l'ottava volta.
Website Club home page

A.S. Roma Primavera is the youth set-up of Italian club A.S. Roma. The team currently compete in the Campionato Nazionale Primavera Girone C, as well as the Coppa Italia Primavera, and regularly compete in the continental UEFA Youth League (2014-15, 2015-16 and 2016-17).

Roma Primavera have enjoyed a lot of success over the years, winning the Campionato Nazionale Primavera 7 times, the Coppa Italia Primavera 4 times and Torneo di Viareggio on 3 occasions.

Players to have graduated from the A.S. Roma Primavera squad include Bruno Conti, Agostino Di Bartolomei and Giuseppe Giannini, as well as current first team players Daniele De Rossi, Alessandro Florenzi and club captain, record appearance holder and record goalscorer Francesco Totti. Alberto De Rossi, father of Daniele, has been Head Coach of Roma Primavera since 2007.


Current squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
Italy GK Andrea Romagnoli
Italy GK Lorenzo Crisanto
Italy GK Stefano Greco
Italy DF Andrea Ciofi
Italy DF Eros De Santis
Albania DF Lirim Kastrati
Italy DF Lorenzo Grossi
Italy DF Luca Pellegrini
Senegal DF Maoudo Diallo Ba
Italy DF Niccolò Tofanari
Italy DF Riccardo Marchizza
Croatia DF Silvio Anocic
Italy DF Stefano Ciavattini
Italy DF Vincenzo Visconti
No. Position Player
Italy MF Alessandro Bordin
Italy MF Alessandro Petruccelli
Italy MF Andrea Marcucci
Italy MF Davide Frattesi
Italy MF Emanuele Spinozzi
Cameroon MF Joseph Perfection Bouasse
Italy MF Lorenzo Valeau
Italy MF Mirko Antonucci
Italy FW Edoardo Soleri
Italy FW Filippo Franchi
Senegal FW Keba Sidy Coly
Italy FW Marco Tumminello
Italy FW Riccardo Cappa

2016 Supercoppa Primavera - Final


Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Italy GK Andrea Romagnoli
2 Italy DF Eros De Santis (captain)
3 Italy DF Luca Pellegrini
4 Italy DF Lorenzo Grossi
5 Italy DF Riccardo Marchizza
6 Italy MF Alessandro Bordin
7 Italy MF Davide Frattesi
8 Italy MF Emanuele Spinozzi
9 Italy FW Marco Tumminello
10 Italy MF Mirko Antonucci
11 Italy FW Edoardo Soleri
12 Italy GK Lorenzo Crisanto
No. Position Player
13 Italy DF Stefano Ciavattini
14 Italy DF Andrea Ciofi
15 Italy DF Niccolò Tofanari
16 Italy MF Andrea Marcucci
17 Italy FW Riccardo Cappa
18 Italy FW Filippo Franchi
20 Senegal FW Keba Sidy Coly
21 Italy MF Alessandro Petruccelli
22 Italy MF Lorenzo Valeau
24 Croatia DF Silvio Anocic
26 Cameroon MF Joseph Perfection Bouasse

Associated clubs

A.S. Roma Primavera are associated with a lot of clubs and football schools in the local area, as well as across Italy and abroad. Most notably, the Totti Soccer School, L'Aquila and Serie D side, F.C. Rieti, whose home stadium Stadio Centro d'Italia – Manlio Scopigno is used by the Primavera for select matches including the UEFA Youth League.[1]


Campionato Primavera:

Coppa Italia Primavera:

Supercoppa Primavera:

Torneo di Viareggio:


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