Football Trips to SS Lazio

Football Trips includes:
Official Ticket
Football Travel Guide
Football Trips includes:
Official Ticket
Football Travel Guide

Experience the Rome Derby with us

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    What is included?

    Official Premium Ticket

    Official AS Roma or SS Lazio Ticket

    We only include official tickets and we always guarantee that your ticket is valid and with a great view. We deliver your ticket as an E-ticket (PDF) that you scan in the entrance (you can scan it from your mobile phone, printing the ticket is not needed).

    Our tickets are always for one of the side stands, either Tribuna Monte Mario or Tribuna Tevere. This guarantees that you have the best view of the pitch and will be able to enjoy the full experience of watching matches at the Olympic Stadium.

    First Class Hotel

    Hotel in Rome City Center

    You will stay in our hand-picked hotels when you travel to Rome with us. We have personally visited and stayed in all the hotels we use, in order to present you with the best possible accommodation experience.

    Furthermore, our hotels are always located next to a metro station (usually Termini - Rome's central station). This makes your visit to Rome much easier. You will be able to move hassle-free around the city and have easy access to train connections, busses and taxis to both airports in Rome.

    Exclusive Travel Guide

    Football Travel Guide to Rome

    Our local tour guide (and fanatical football fan) in Rome is the author of this travel guide to experiencing football in Rome.

    Everything you need to know about exploring the Italian capital as a football fan. The travel guide includes match-day tips, where to go before the games, football sights in Rome, restaurants and bars for football fans, history of the Derby della Capitale and the two football clubs, and much more.

    The travel guide is delivered to you by e-mail as PDF.

    SS Lazio

    Official name: Società Sportiva Lazio
    Founded: 1900
    Italian Championships (Serie A): 1974, 2000
    Italian Cup (Coppa Italia): 1958,1998, 2000, 2004, 2009, 2013, 2019
    UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup: 1999

    What to experience on your football trip to SS Lazio

    Take in the atmosphere from the Curva Nord

    Going to Stadio Olimpico to watch SS Lazio is of course the main event of your football trip. 70.000 fans will be ready to support Lazio together with you, and the Lazio fans are know for being very dedicated supporters.

    You will find the most passionate Lazio fans in the north stand, called Curva Nord, which holds 19.000 fans. The Lazio ultras in the Curva Nord are world famous for the impressing choreographies that they organize when the two teams enter the pitch.

    During any Lazio match you will be watching the Curva Nord as much as the game itself. There is always a constant display of banners, flags, fireworks, and chants.

    Do the Stadio Olimpico Tour

    No football trip to Rome is complete without doing the tour of Stadio Olimpico. The tour takes you to the museum of Stadio Olimpico, the locker room of SS Lazio, and finally to the sideline of the pitch and the VIP area of the Monte Mario stand.

    Tours starts every hour during week days and every half hour during weekends. Note that the tour is closed on match days. Book your ticket for the tour at

    Go here: Viale dei Gladiatori 2

    Enjoy pre-match with SS Lazio fans

    Before any Lazio game, you can enjoy the pre-match atmosphere together thousands of Lazio fans who meet up at Piazzale di Ponte Milvio (located just north of the Stadio Olimpico). The square is full of bars and restaurants.

    On weekends, it is also an area where young romans go out and have fun. Give yourself the best matchday experience by starting the day in this area.

    The area is named after the nearby bridge, Ponte Milvio.

    Go here: Piazzale di Ponte Milvio

    Honor the founders of SS Lazio at Piazza della Libertà

    On the 9th of January 1900, Lazio was founded at Piazza della Libertà in the roman neighbourhood Prati. If you pass by the square today, you can find a plaque that celebrates this foundation.

    Every year on the evenings of the 8th and 9th of January, Lazio fans from all over the city gather on this square to celebrate the birthday of their club. It is a marvelous spectacle with many organized events for children, families and Lazio fans in general.

    Go here: Piazza della Libertà (Prati)

    Shop in a Lazio Fan Shop

    Rome is full of stores that sell official Lazio merchandise. The Lazio Fan Shop in the Prati neighbourhood, very close to the Vatican, is small but very well decorated with pictures and Lazio memorabilia dating back years. This is one of the best places to go if you want to shop some Lazio accessories.

    A lot of vendors will also be selling Lazio merchandise in front of the stadium on match days, giving you unlimited possibilities of buying a scarf, a cap, or a shirt. Just note that the merchandise sold outside the official stores is not guaranteed to be original.

    Go here: Via degli Scipioni 84

    Our Reviews

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    The Netherlands, Scotland and Germany are so far the countries I have visited with Groundhopping Tours.

    All trips have been absolutely fantastic, and there have been both top matches on the program and matches right down in the lower ranks.

    I can only recommend Groundhopping Tours - so they will also plan my next football trip.

    Review by Kenneth Sejer

    Date of experience: December 3rd 2023

    A very good experience

    A very good experience with Groundhopping Tours, from pre-booking inquiry over booking and info before departure to arrival at the hotel and the entire setup in Dortmund (where we saw Dortmund vs Gladbach) with stadium tour on Friday, match on Saturday and generally just good recommendations for the trip.

    Groundhopping Tours gets my absolute warmest recommendation.

    Review by Kasper J

    Date of experience: November 24th 2023

    Good experience for Boca Juniors match

    We were in Buenos Aires on holiday and bought tickets through Groundhopping Tours for Boca Juniors' home game.

    Everything about the match worked perfectly with the local guide, so there was no reason for insecurity or confusion about the slightly complicated access procedure.

    Things are under control when you buy tickets here - even if it's on the other side of the globe.

    Review by Nikolaj Marker

    Date of experience: October 20th 2023

    Reviews have been translated into English.