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The Fonz 11:58 Sun Oct 1
Roma Derby
Not West Ham related but thought someone on here may have been before.

On 18th November I am hoping to go to Roma vs Lazio.
Has anyone got any tips apart from watching out for the Itai's carrying knifes?

Is it easy to buy tickets through the home team club or shall I go with Viagogo?

Cheers in advance.

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The Fonz 10:37 Mon Oct 2
Re: Roma Derby
Not Roma's stadium, Roma are the home team.

Apologies

The Fonz 10:30 Mon Oct 2
Re: Roma Derby
Cheers lads

It's at Roma's stadium, do you think I could get tickets in the lazio end?

joe royal 8:25 Mon Oct 2
Re: Roma Derby
When I was in Rome last year you could only buy lazio tickets from the club shop or oddly enough selected newsagents.

You will also need your passport as they put the. no on the ticket.

OccupyGreenStreet 12:06 Mon Oct 2
Re: Roma Derby
It’s not to difficult if you go with Lazio. I don’t know how Roma works it, but for Lazio end I’ve had tickets via Viagogo and even better though their English-language website and fan forum Lazioland. Good bunch of people on there with a lot of information about how to get tickets, access the stadium etc. The fans were great, friendly enough to West Ham because of PDC and other links. My impression is Roma don’t much like English fans.





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