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The Derby della Capitale
Derby della Capitale
(English: Derby of the capital city), also known as Derby Capitolino and Derby del Cupolone, as well as The Rome Derby in English and Derby di Roma in Italian, is the football local derby in Rome, Italy, between Roma and Lazio. It is considered to be the fiercest intra-city derby in the country ahead of the other major local derbies, Derby della Madonnina
Derby della Madonnina
( Milan
Milan
derby) and Derby della Mole ( Turin
Turin
derby), and one of the greatest and hotly contested derbies in Europe.[1]

Contents

1 History

1.1 Football rivalry 1.2 Cultural rivalry

2 Official match results 3 Statistics and records

3.1 Goalscorers 3.2 Players

4 Honours

4.1 Chronological order of honours

5 Players who played for both clubs 6 References 7 External links

History[edit] Football rivalry[edit] Roma was founded in 1927 as a result of a merger between three teams: Roman, Alba-Audace and Fortitudo, initiated by Italo Foschi. It was the intention of Fascist dictator Benito Mussolini
Benito Mussolini
to create a unified Roman club to challenge the dominance of Northern clubs. Thanks to the influence of Fascist general, Giorgio Vaccaro, Lazio were the only major team from Rome
Rome
to resist the merger, thus a kind of rivalry emerged from the very early years of the coexistence in the same city. Lazio was founded in the neighbourhood of Prati
Prati
and initially played at the Rondinella field in the upper-class quartiere of Parioli. Roma began playing at the Motovelodromo Appio and subsequently, when the new stadium was built after only two years, moved to the working-class rione of Testaccio. Thus, Lazio's ultras traditionally occupy the northern one (Curva Nord) and Roma's the southern end (Curva Sud) of the Stadio Olimpico. Making ironic remarks, known as sfottò, focused on the origins of both sets of fans, is a traditional way of teasing between the supporters of Lazio and Roma. In 1979, Lazio fan Vincenzo Paparelli was hit in the eye and killed by a flare fired by a Roma fan from the opposite end of the stadium, becoming the first fatality in Italian football due to violence.[2] On 17 December 2000, Lazio's Paolo Negro scored an own goal in a 1–0 Roma victory. Roma eventually went on to lift the scudetto that season, as Lazio finished the season in third place. Negro continues to be taunted by Roma fans for the goal.[3] The derby on 21 March 2004 was abandoned four minutes into the second half with the score tied at 0–0, when a riot broke out in the stand; the president of the Lega Nazionale Professionisti, Adriano Galliani, ordered referee Roberto Rosetti
Roberto Rosetti
to suspend the match. The riots began with the spreading of a rumour that a boy had been killed by a police car just outside the stadium. In fact, from last row of the stadium, some fans noticed in the square below a body covered with a white sheet. Later, medics put the sheet explained that the boy had difficulty breathing, dangerously exacerbated by the air full of tear gas, and then the sheet was used as a filter. The denial by the police, spread through the speakers of the stadium, though it was not able to remove all doubt. Roma captain Francesco Totti
Francesco Totti
then asked for the match to be called off, at which point President Galliani was reached by the referee by mobile phone—from the pitch—and ordered the game postponed.[4] After the match was postponed, a prolonged battle between fans and police, with streets near the stadium being set on fire, eventually resulting in 13 arrests and over 170 injured among the police alone.[2] The match was replayed on 28 March and ended in a 1–1 draw with no crowd trouble. On 26 May 2013, the teams met in the 2013 Coppa Italia
Coppa Italia
Final, the first cup final in the history of the fixture. Lazio won the match 1–0 with a goal by Senad Lulić
Senad Lulić
in the 71st minute, a low right footed shot from a low cross from the right by Antonio Candreva
Antonio Candreva
after the goalkeeper Bogdan Lobonț
Bogdan Lobonț
failed to cut out the crossed ball.[5][6][7] On 15 January 2015, Roma's Francesco Totti, playing in his 40th derby, scored twice to salvage a 2–2 draw for Roma, becoming the all-time leading goalscorer in the fixture. He celebrated by taking a selfie in front of Roma's fans in the Curva Sud, having given his phone to goalkeeping coach before kick off.[8] On 4 December 2016, Roma recorded their fourth victory in a row against Lazio and extended their unbeaten run in the fixture to 7 games with a 0–2 away victory.[9] However, the game was marred by controversy, with Lazio's Danilo Cataldi sent off for grabbing Roma's Kevin Strootman, after Strootman had thrown the contents of a water bottle in Cataldi's face after scoring the opening goal, sparking a mass brawl. Strootman subsequently received a two match ban for his role in the incident.[10] Lazio's Senad Lulić
Senad Lulić
was also given a 20-day ban for offensive comments made towards Roma's Antonio Rüdiger
Antonio Rüdiger
after the game.[11] Lazio beat Roma 3–1 on 30 April 2017 and four days later, dummies with Roma jerseys were left hanging from a pedestrian walkway near the Colosseum
Colosseum
in the Italian capital. The mannequins was accompanied with a banner read: "A warning without offence...sleep with the lights on!" It was later confirmed the act was the work of the Lazio Ultras.[citation needed] Cultural rivalry[edit] The devout regionalism, that is perceived throughout the country, is one of the reasons that make the derby more heated, as the fans view it as a battle between two clubs fighting for the right to represent the city in the rest of the country and local bragging rights. This is partly fueled by the fact that Italian football has mostly been dominated by the biggest clubs in Northern Italy
Italy
– namely Juventus, Milan
Milan
and Internazionale. The Roman derby has been the scene of several actions related to the political views of the fan bases. A minority of Lazio's ultras used to use swastikas and fascist symbols on their banners and they have displayed racist behaviour in several occasions during the derbies. Most notably at a derby of the season 1998–99 when laziali unfurled a 50-metre banner around the Curva Nord that read, " Auschwitz
Auschwitz
is your town, the ovens are your houses". Black players of Roma have often been receivers of racist and offensive behaviour; a banner that Lazio's ultras had once displayed claimed that Roma is a "Team of niggers followed by Jews". In 2000 Lazio fans showed their support for Serbian nationalist and war criminal Arkan. In November 2015, Roma's ultras and their Lazio counterparts boycotted Roma's 1–0 victory in the Derby della Capitale
Derby della Capitale
in a protest against the new safety measures imposed at the Stadio Olimpico. The measures, imposed by Rome’s prefect, Franco Gabrielli, had involved plastic glass dividing walls being installed in both the Curva Sud and Curva Nord, splitting the sections behind each goal in two.[12] Both sets of ultras continued their protests for the rest of the season, including during Roma's 4–1 victory in the return fixture. Lazio's ultras returned to the Curva Nord for Roma's 1–4 victory in December 2016, but the Roma ultras continue to boycott games.[13] Official match results[edit]

SF = Semi-final QF = Quarter-final R16 = Round of 16 R32 = Round of 32 GS = Group stage R1 = Round 1 R2 = Round 2

  Lazio win   Draw   Roma win

Season Competition Date Home team Result Away team

1929–30 Serie A 8 December 1929 Lazio

0–1

Roma

4 May 1930 Roma

3–1

Lazio

1930–31 Serie A 7 December 1930 Roma

1–1

Lazio

24 May 1931 Lazio

2–2

Roma

1931–32 Serie A 6 December 1931 Roma

2–0

Lazio

1 May 1932 Lazio

1–4

Roma

1932–33 Serie A 23 October 1932 Lazio

2–1

Roma

26 March 1933 Roma

3–1

Lazio

1933–34 Serie A 1 November 1933 Roma

5–0

Lazio

11 March 1934 Lazio

3–3

Roma

1934–35 Serie A 18 November 1934 Roma

1–1

Lazio

1 March 1935 Lazio

0–0

Roma

1935–36 Serie A 13 October 1935 Lazio

0–1

Roma

Coppa Italia
Coppa Italia
R16 19 January 1936 Lazio

2–1

Roma

Serie A 16 February 1936 Roma

1–0

Lazio

1936–37 Serie A 18 October 1936 Roma

3–1

Lazio

21 February 1937 Lazio

0–1

Roma

1937–38 Serie A 3 October 1937 Lazio

1–1

Roma

6 February 1938 Roma

2–1

Lazio

1938–39 Serie A 15 January 1939 Roma

0–2

Lazio

21 May 1939 Lazio

1–3

Roma

1939–40 Serie A 7 January 1940 Roma

1–0

Lazio

26 May 1940 Lazio

1–0

Roma

1940–41 Serie A 24 November 1940 Roma

1–1

Lazio

16 March 1941 Lazio

2–0

Roma

1941–42 Serie A 11 January 1942 Roma

2–1

Lazio

24 May 1942 Lazio

1–1

Roma

1942–43 Serie A 22 November 1942 Lazio

3–1

Roma

7 March 1943 Roma

1–0

Lazio

Coppa Italia
Coppa Italia
QF 15 May 1943 Roma

2–1

Lazio

1945–46 Serie A-B 23 December 1945 Lazio

1–2

Roma

24 March 1946 Roma

0–1

Lazio

1946–47 Serie A 6 October 1946 Roma

3–0

Lazio

2 March 1947 Lazio

0–0

Roma

1947–48 Serie A 16 November 1947 Lazio

0–1

Roma

21 April 1948 Roma

0–2

Lazio

1948–49 Serie A 17 October 1948 Roma

1–1

Lazio

6 February 1949 Lazio

0–0

Roma

1949–50 Serie A 16 November 1949 Lazio

3–1

Roma

19 February 1950 Roma

0–0

Lazio

1950–51 Serie A 15 October 1950 Roma

0–1

Lazio

25 February 1951 Lazio

2–1

Roma

1952–53 Serie A 16 November 1952 Lazio

1–0

Roma

22 March 1953 Roma

0–2

Lazio

1953–54 Serie A 29 November 1953 Roma

1–1

Lazio

18 April 1954 Lazio

1–2

Roma

1954–55 Serie A 17 October 1954 Lazio

1–1

Roma

6 March 1955 Roma

1–3

Lazio

1955–56 Serie A 16 October 1955 Roma

0–0

Lazio

4 April 1956 Lazio

1–0

Roma

1956–57 Serie A 14 October 1956 Lazio

0–3

Roma

3 March 1957 Roma

2–2

Lazio

1957–58 Serie A 27 October 1957 Roma

3–0

Lazio

16 March 1958 Lazio

2–1

Roma

Coppa Italia
Coppa Italia
GS 21 June 1958 Roma

2–3

Lazio

12 July 1958 Lazio

1–1

Roma

1958–59 Serie A 30 November 1958 Lazio

1–3

Roma

12 April 1959 Roma

3–0

Lazio

1959–60 Serie A 18 October 1959 Roma

3–0

Lazio

6 March 1960 Lazio

0–1

Roma

1960–61 Serie A 13 November 1960 Lazio

0–4

Roma

19 March 1961 Roma

1–2

Lazio

1961–62 Coppa Italia
Coppa Italia
R16 25 April 1962 Roma

0–01

Lazio

1963–64 Serie A 6 October 1963 Roma

0–0

Lazio

23 February 1964 Lazio

1–1

Roma

1964–65 Serie A 15 November 1964 Lazio

0–0

Roma

28 March 1965 Roma

0–0

Lazio

1965–66 Serie A 10 October 1965 Roma

0–1

Lazio

27 February 1966 Lazio

0–0

Roma

1966–67 Serie A 22 October 1966 Lazio

0–1

Roma

5 March 1967 Roma

0–0

Lazio

1968–69 Coppa Italia
Coppa Italia
GS 8 September 1968 Roma

1–0

Lazio

1969–70 Coppa Italia
Coppa Italia
GS 7 September 1969 Lazio

0–22

Roma

Serie A 26 October 1969 Roma

2–1

Lazio

1 March 1970 Lazio

1–1

Roma

1970–71 Coppa Italia
Coppa Italia
GS 6 September 1970 Roma

2–0

Lazio

Serie A 15 November 1970 Lazio

1–1

Roma

14 March 1971 Roma

2–2

Lazio

1971–72 Coppa Italia
Coppa Italia
R1 29 August 1971 Lazio

1–0

Roma

1972–73 Serie A 12 November 1972 Roma

0–1

Lazio

11 March 1973 Lazio

2–0

Roma

1973–74 Coppa Italia
Coppa Italia
R1 9 September 1973 Roma

0–0

Lazio

Serie A 9 December 1973 Lazio

2–1

Roma

31 March 1974 Roma

1–2

Lazio

1974–75 Coppa Italia
Coppa Italia
R1 22 September 1974 Lazio

0–1

Roma

Serie A 1 December 1974 Roma

1–0

Lazio

23 March 1975 Lazio

0–1

Roma

Season Competition Date Home team Result Away team

1975–76 Serie A 16 November 1975 Lazio

1–1

Roma

14 March 1976 Roma

0–0

Lazio

1976–77 Serie A 28 November 1976 Lazio

1–0

Roma

27 March 1977 Roma

1–0

Lazio

1977–78 Serie A 20 November 1977 Roma

0–0

Lazio

19 March 1978 Lazio

1–1

Roma

1978–79 Serie A 12 November 1978 Lazio

0–0

Roma

18 March 1979 Roma

1–2

Lazio

1979–80 Serie A 28 October 1979 Roma

1–1

Lazio

2 March 1980 Lazio

1–2

Roma

1983–84 Serie A 23 October 1983 Lazio

0–2

Roma

26 February 1984 Roma

2–2

Lazio

1984–85 Coppa Italia
Coppa Italia
GS 9 September 1984 Roma

2–0

Lazio

Serie A 11 November 1984 Roma

0–0

Lazio

24 March 1985 Lazio

1–1

Roma

1988–89 Serie A 15 January 1989 Lazio

1–0

Roma

28 May 1989 Roma

0–0

Lazio

1989–90 Serie A 19 November 1989 Roma

1–1

Lazio

18 March 1990 Lazio

0–1

Roma

1990–91 Serie A 2 December 1990 Lazio

1–1

Roma

6 April 1991 Roma

1–1

Lazio

1991–92 Serie A 6 October 1991 Roma

1–1

Lazio

1 March 1992 Lazio

1–1

Roma

1992–93 Serie A 29 November 1992 Lazio

1–1

Roma

18 April 1993 Roma

0–0

Lazio

1993–94 Serie A 24 October 1993 Roma

1–1

Lazio

6 March 1994 Lazio

1–0

Roma

1994–95 Serie A 27 November 1994 Lazio

0–3

Roma

23 April 1995 Roma

0–2

Lazio

1995–96 Serie A 1 October 1995 Roma

0–0

Lazio

18 February 1996 Lazio

1–0

Roma

1996–97 Serie A 8 December 1996 Lazio

0–0

Roma

4 May 1997 Roma

1–1

Lazio

1997–98 Serie A 2 November 1997 Roma

1–3

Lazio

Coppa Italia
Coppa Italia
QF 6 January 1998 Lazio

4–1

Roma

21 January 1998 Roma

1–2

Lazio

Serie A 8 March 1998 Lazio

2–0

Roma

1998–99 Serie A 29 November 1998 Lazio

3–3

Roma

11 April 1999 Roma

3–1

Lazio

1999–2000 Serie A 21 November 1999 Roma

4–1

Lazio

25 March 2000 Lazio

2–1

Roma

2000–01 Serie A 17 December 2000 Lazio

0–1

Roma

29 April 2001 Roma

2–2

Lazio

2001–02 Serie A 27 October 2001 Roma

2–0

Lazio

10 March 2002 Lazio

1–5

Roma

2002–03 Serie A 27 October 2002 Lazio

2–2

Roma

Coppa Italia
Coppa Italia
SF 5 February 2003 Lazio

1–2

Roma

Serie A 8 March 2003 Roma

1–1

Lazio

Coppa Italia
Coppa Italia
SF 16 April 2003 Roma

1–0

Lazio

2003–04 Serie A 9 November 2003 Roma

2–0

Lazio

21 April 2004 Lazio

1–1

Roma

2004–05 Serie A 6 January 2005 Lazio

3–1

Roma

15 May 2005 Roma

0–0

Lazio

2005–06 Serie A 23 October 2005 Roma

1–1

Lazio

26 February 2006 Lazio

0–2

Roma

2006–07 Serie A 10 December 2006 Lazio

3–0

Roma

29 April 2007 Roma

0–0

Lazio

2007–08 Serie A 31 October 2007 Roma

3–2

Lazio

19 March 2008 Lazio

3–2

Roma

2008–09 Serie A 16 November 2008 Roma

1–0

Lazio

11 April 2009 Lazio

4–2

Roma

2009–10 Serie A 6 December 2009 Roma

1–0

Lazio

18 April 2010 Lazio

1–2

Roma

2010–11 Serie A 7 November 2010 Lazio

0–2

Roma

Coppa Italia
Coppa Italia
R16 19 January 2011 Roma

2–1

Lazio

Serie A 13 March 2011 Roma

2–0

Lazio

2011–12 Serie A 16 October 2011 Lazio

2–1

Roma

4 March 2012 Roma

1–2

Lazio

2012–13 Serie A 11 November 2012 Lazio

3–2

Roma

8 April 2013 Roma

1–1

Lazio

Coppa Italia
Coppa Italia
Final 26 May 2013 Roma

0–1

Lazio

2013–14 Serie A 22 September 2013 Roma

2–0

Lazio

9 February 2014 Lazio

0–0

Roma

2014–15 Serie A 11 January 2015 Roma

2–2

Lazio

25 May 2015 Lazio

1–2

Roma

2015–16 Serie A 8 November 2015 Roma

2–0

Lazio

3 April 2016 Lazio

1–4

Roma

2016–17 Serie A 4 December 2016 Lazio

0–2

Roma

Coppa Italia
Coppa Italia
SF 1 March 2017 Lazio

2–0

Roma

4 April 2017 Roma

3–2

Lazio

Serie A 30 April 2017 Roma

1–3

Lazio

2017–18 Serie A 18 November 2017 Roma

2–1

Lazio

15 April 2018 Lazio – Roma

11961–62 Coppa Italia
Coppa Italia
round of 16 match won by Roma 6–4 in penalty shoot-out 2Roma won match 2–0 as a walkover Statistics and records[edit] As of 18 November 2017

Matches Wins Lazio Draws Wins Roma Goals Lazio Goals Roma

Divisione Nazionale 2 1 0 1 2 2

Serie A 147 37 57 53 142 186

Coppa Italia 20 7 3 10 21 24

Total official matches 169 45 60 64 165 212

Campionato Romano 4 1 2 1 3 2

Friendlies 4 2 1 1 10 9

Other meetings 8 4 0 4 9 11

Total matches 185 52 63 70 187 234

The first derby was played on 8 December 1929, and ended 1–0 for Roma with a goal by Rodolfo Volk. Lazio won its first derby on 23 October 1932 with goals by Demaría (L), Volk (R) and Castelli (L). The best result in a derby was the 5–0 victory for Roma in 1933–34. The best result for Lazio was the 3–0 victory in 2006–07. Lazio holds the record of the most victories in a single season, winning four derbies during the 1997–98 season: two in the league (3–1 and 2–0) and two in the quarter-finals of the Coppa Italia (4–1 and 2–1). Only in one occasion the derby was played as a Cup Final, on 26 May 2013. Lazio won 1–0, bringing the Coppa Italia
Coppa Italia
to the club.

Goalscorers[edit]

Player Club(s) League Cup Total

1 Francesco Totti Roma 11 0 11

2 Dino da Costa Roma 9 2 11

3 Marco Delvecchio Roma 9 0 9

4 Vincenzo Montella Roma 7 1 8

5 Rodolfo Volk Roma 7 0 7

6 Silvio Piola Lazio 6 1 7

7–11 Amedeo Amadei Roma 5 0 5

7–11 Alejandro Demaría Lazio 5 0 5

7–11 Pedro Manfredini Roma 5 0 5

7–11 Tommaso Rocchi Lazio 5 0 5

7–11 Arne Selmosson Lazio Roma 5 0 5

Players[edit]

Francesco Totti
Francesco Totti
played the most number of derbies, with 44. The most present for Lazio is Giuseppe Wilson, with 23 appearances. Francesco Totti
Francesco Totti
has scored the most number of goals in the derbies, with 11. The best scorer for Lazio is Silvio Piola
Silvio Piola
with 7 goals. Vincenzo Montella
Vincenzo Montella
holds the record for the most goals scored in a single derby; on 11 March 2002, he scored four goals in a 5–1 Roma victory. Arne Selmosson is the only player who scored in the derby both for Lazio and Roma.

Honours[edit]

Lazio [14] Competition Roma [15]

Domestic

2 Serie A 3

6 Coppa Italia 9

4 Supercoppa Italiana 2

1 Serie B 1

13 Total 15

European and Worldwide

1 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup
(defunct) —

1 UEFA
UEFA
Super Cup —

Inter-Cities Fairs Cup (defunct) 1

2 Total 1

15 Grand Total 16

Note: Roma won the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup once, but it does not count towards their official UEFA
UEFA
European Record. Chronological order of honours[edit]

Table correct as of 13 August 2017.

Competition 1942 1958 1964 1969 1974 1980 1981 1983 1984 1986 1991 1998 1999 2000 2001 2004 2007 2008 2009 2013 2017 Total

Serie A

Roma

Lazio

Roma

Lazio

Roma

5

Coppa Italia

Lazio

Roma

Roma

Roma

Roma

Roma

Roma

Roma

Lazio

Lazio

Lazio

Roma

Roma

Lazio

Lazio

15

Supercoppa Italiana

Lazio

Lazio

Roma

Roma

Lazio

Lazio

6

UEFA
UEFA
Cup Winners' Cup

Lazio

1

UEFA
UEFA
Super Cup

Lazio

1

Players who played for both clubs[edit]

Lazio then Roma

1928: Fulvio Bernardini
Fulvio Bernardini
(via Inter Milan; then managed both, Roma (1949–1950) and Lazio (1958–1960)) 1958: Arne Selmosson 1987: Lionello Manfredonia (via Juventus) 1995: Luigi Di Biagio
Luigi Di Biagio
(via Monza, then Foggia) 2001: Diego Fuser
Diego Fuser
(via Parma) 2017: Aleksandar Kolarov
Aleksandar Kolarov
(via Manchester City)

Roma then Lazio

1927: Attilio Ferraris
Attilio Ferraris
(then back to Roma in 1938) 1998: Siniša Mihajlović
Siniša Mihajlović
(via Sampdoria) 2000: Angelo Peruzzi
Angelo Peruzzi
(via Juventus, then Inter Milan) 2003: Roberto Muzzi
Roberto Muzzi
(via Cagliari, then Udinese) 2004: Sebastiano Siviglia
Sebastiano Siviglia
(via Parma, Atalanta and Lecce)

From Lazio to Roma 1

From Lazio to another club before Roma 5

Total 6

From Roma to Lazio 1

From Roma to another club before Lazio 4

Total 5

Total Switches 11

References[edit]

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final". BBC Sport. 26 May 2013. Retrieved 6 June 2013.  ^ "Lazio wins Rome
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derby". The Guardian. Retrieved 7 May 2017.  ^ " Kevin Strootman
Kevin Strootman
strikes as Roma see off Lazio in heated Rome derby". The Guardian. 4 December 2016. Retrieved 7 May 2017.  ^ Strachan, Iain (6 December 2016). " Kevin Strootman
Kevin Strootman
banned for sparking Rome
Rome
derby brawl". Goal.com. Retrieved 7 May 2017.  ^ Wright, Joe (22 December 2016). "Lulic banned for 20 days for 'offensive' Rudiger remarks". Goal.com. Retrieved 7 May 2017.  ^ Bandini, Paolo (9 November 2015). "Roma win a deserted derby over Lazio as Ultras
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External links[edit]

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derbies over the past fifteen years Il Derby della Capitale
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