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finances, revenues, transfers and salaries AS Roma

Here you will find comprehensive information on AS Roma finances, transfers and player salaries. We offer you detailed insights into the club's financial situation, including revenue from merchandising, sponsorship and ticket sales, as well as spending on player transfers, salaries and infrastructure. Our website is updated regularly to ensure you are always aware of the latest developments.


The Associazione Sportiva Roma was founded in the Italian capital Rome in 1927 and is a well-known football club. In German-speaking countries, the club is also referred to as AS Roma or just Roma. The team is also known as I Giallorossi (“The Yellow-Reds”), I Lupi (“The Wolves”) or La Magica (“The Magical”).

AS Roma have won the Italian championship three times, nine times the Italian Cup and two times the Italian Supercup. The club was also successful internationally: in 1961 the team won the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup and in 2022 they won the UEFA Europa Conference League. AS Roma is one of three Italian football companies listed on the Borsa Italiana.

The Olympic Stadium in Rome is the club's home ground and is shared with local rivals Lazio Rome.

  • Name: Associazione Sportiva Roma SpA

  • Headquarters: Rome, Italy

  • Founded: June 7, 1927

  • Colours: yellow, red

  • Ownership: 88.6% The Friedkin Group

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  • Venue: Rome Olympic Stadium

  • Seats: 72,698

  • League: Serie A

Revenue and annual results of AS Roma in the financial years 2005/06 to 2020/21

AS Roma's losses for the 2020/21 season were slightly lower than those in 2019/20 (€204m).

In a positive way, the document reports that revenues in the 2020/21 financial year increased by 35% compared to 2019/20, reaching 190 million euros. Most of this income comes from television and image rights (€124m), while ticket sales for home games were the only revenue sector to see a decline, falling from €26m in 2019/20 to €13m a year 2020/21 because the entire Serie A season was played without spectators due to the Covid 19 pandemic.

Roma's costs rose slightly last year, from 225 million euros to 236 million euros. Most of these costs are caused by "personnel expenses" (169 million euros). The association is preparing a capital increase of up to 460 million euros. The capital increase, which must be approved by Rome's board of directors, was initially expected to be up to €210 million and scheduled for late 2021.

However, due to the financial developments the club has experienced over the past year, Roma have decided to extend that date and increase the capital amount.

Revenues from AS Roma in the financial years 2005/06 to 2020/21 in million euros:

  • 2020/21: 190.40

  • 2019/20: 141.25

  • 2018/19: 231.00

  • 2017/18: 250.00

  • 2016/17: 218.20

  • 2015/16: 180.00

  • 2014/15: 127.00

  • 2013/14: 124.00

  • 2012/13: 116.00

  • 2011/12: 144.00

  • 2010/11: 123.00

  • 2009/10: 146.00

  • 2008/09: 175.00

  • 2007/06: 145.00

  • 2006/07: 115.00

Annual results of AS Roma in the financial years 2005/06 to 2020/21 in million euros:

  • 2020/21: -185.30

  • 2019/20: -204.00

  • 2018/19: -15.00

  • 2017/18: -17.00

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