S.S. Lazio Rugby 1927
|Full name||Polisportiva S.S. Lazio Rugby 1927|
|Union||Italian Rugby Federation|
|Ground(s)||Giulio Onesti Olimpic Preparation Center (Capacity: 1,300)|
They were the first XV in Italy established in Rome in 1927, as “S.S. Lazio Rugby”, the rugby section of Lazio Sports Association. The founders were the brothers Vinci: Eugenio (Vinci I), Paolo (Vinci II), Francesco (Vinci III) and Pietro (Vinci IV). The Oval eagles debuted on 13 May 1928 at Rome's National Stadium (demolished and rebuilt in the 1950s as Stadio Flaminio) in front of 20,000 spectators. S.S. Lazio Rugby defeated “XV Legione Leonessa d'Italia” by a score of 17-0.
The S.S. Lazio squad for 2019–20:
|Lazio Top12 squad|
|(c) denotes the team captain, Bold denotes internationally capped players. |
* denotes players qualified to play for Italy on residency or dual nationality.
Players and their allocated positions from the Lazio website.
Selected former players
Former players who have played for S.S. Lazio and have caps for Italy:
Bruno Ancillotti Valerio Bernabò Stefano Barba Giuseppe Bigi Giulio Bisegni Pietro Ceccarelli Gerardo Cinti Guglielmo Colussi Oliviero Fabiani Tommaso Fattori Alessandro Fusco Andrea Lo Cicero Gilberto Luchini Ivo Mazzucchelli Ludovico Nitoglia Michele Sepe Franco Paganelli Sami Panico Carlo Pratichetti Giulio Rubini Francisco Rubio Giulio Toniolatti Eugenio Vinci (Vinci I) Francesco Vinci (Vinci III) Pietro Vinci (Vinci IV) Paolo Vinci (Vinci II)
- "Archivi La Squadra". Lazio Rugby.