S.S. Lazio Rugby 1927

Polisportiva S.S. Lazio Rugby 1927, based in Rome, is an Italian rugby union team. They currently play in Top12 after gaining promotion from winning Serie A in the 2009–10 season.

S.S. Lazio Rugby 1927
Full namePolisportiva S.S. Lazio Rugby 1927
UnionItalian Rugby Federation
Founded1927 (1927)
LocationRome, Italy
Ground(s)Giulio Onesti Olimpic Preparation Center (Capacity: 1,300)
PresidentAlfredo Biagini
Coach(es)Daniele Montella
Captain(s)Carlo Filippucci
1st kit
2nd kit
Official website

It is the rugby union branch of the multisport club S.S. Lazio, probably the biggest European multisport organization, which operates also the famous association football team with the same name.

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.

They play their home games at the Giulio Onesti Olimpic Preparation Center of Acqua Acetosa, in the Parioli district.


Current squad

The S.S. Lazio squad for 2019–20:

Lazio Top12 squad


  • Andrea Bolzoni
  • Davide Di Roberto
  • Mattia Forgini
  • Cosma Garfagnoli
  • Antonio Giusti
  • Isaías Quiroga



  • Andrea Angelone
  • Luca De Angelis
  • Lasha Lomidze
  • Nahuel Milán
  • Valerio Ricci

Back row

  • Kevin Cacciagrano
  • Gianmarco Duca
  • Luca Ercolani
  • Carlo Filippucci(c)
  • Alessandro Giancarlini
  • Fabrizio Marra


  • Manfredi Albanese
  • Nicolò Cristofaro
  • Riccardo Loro


  • Gabriele Baffigi
  • Francesco Bossola
  • Nicolás Cantarutti
  • Francesco Cozzi


  • Nicolás Coronel
  • Valerio Lo Sasso
  • Ross McCann
  • Andrea Vella


  • Marcello De Gaspari
  • Federico Gianni
  • Umberto Marocchi
  • Edoardo Teresi


  • Alberto Bonifazi
  • Riccardo Giovannini
  • Giuseppe Sigillò
(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.[1]

    Selected former players

    Italian players

    Former players who have played for S.S. Lazio and have caps for Italy:

    Overseas players

    Former players who have played for S.S. Lazio and have caps for their respective country:


    1. "Archivi La Squadra". Lazio Rugby.

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