List of A.S. Roma seasons

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Historical AS Roma positions in Serie A

This is a list of seasons played by A.S. Roma in Italian and European football, from 1978 to the present day. It details the club's achievements in major competitions, and the top scorers for each season.

Key[edit]

Winner Runners-up Third place

Seasons[edit]

As of 4 June 2014

Season League CoppaItalia Europe Supercoppa Italiana Manager Top scorer[1]
Division P W D L F A Pts Pos
2013-14 Serie A 38 26 7 5 72 25 85 2nd Semi-Final none none France Rudi Garcia Italy Mattia Destro 13
2012-13 Serie A 38 18 8 12 71 56 62 6th Runners-up none none Italy Aurelio Andreazzoli
Czech Republic Zdeněk Zeman
Italy Pablo Daniel Osvaldo 17
2011-12 Serie A 38 16 8 14 60 54 56 7th Quarter-finals EL play-off none Spain Luis Enrique Italy Pablo Daniel Osvaldo 11
2010-11 Serie A 38 18 9 11 59 52 63 6th Semi-final CL Round of 16 R-up Italy Vincenzo Montella
Italy Claudio Ranieri
Italy Francesco Totti 17
2009-10 Serie A 38 24 8 6 68 41 80 2nd Runners-up EL Round of 16 none Italy Claudio Ranieri
Italy Luciano Spalletti
Italy Francesco Totti 25
2008-09 Serie A 38 18 9 11 64 61 63 6th Quarter-finals CL Round of 16 R-up Italy Luciano Spalletti Montenegro Mirko Vučinić 17
2007-08 Serie A 38 24 10 4 72 37 82 2nd Winners CL quarter-finals Winner Italy Luciano Spalletti Italy Francesco Totti 18
2006-07 Serie A 38 22 9 7 74 34 75 2nd W CL Quarter-finals R-up Italy Luciano Spalletti Italy Francesco Totti[2] 32
2005-06 Serie A 38 19 12 7 70 42 69 2nd[3] R-up UC Round of 16 none Italy Luciano Spalletti Italy Francesco Totti & Brazil Mancini 17
2004-05 Serie A 38 11 12 15 55 58 45 8th R-up CL group stage none Italy Bruno Conti
Italy Luigi Delneri
Germany Rudi Völler
Italy Cesare Prandelli
Italy Vincenzo Montella 23
2003-04 Serie A 34 21 8 5 68 19 71 2nd Q-f UC Round of 16 none Italy Fabio Capello Italy Francesco Totti 19
2002-03 Serie A 34 13 10 11 55 46 49 8th R-up CL Second group stage none Italy Fabio Capello Italy Francesco Totti 19
2001-02 Serie A 34 19 13 2 58 24 70 2nd Q-f CL Second group stage Winner Italy Fabio Capello Italy Vincenzo Montella 15
2000-01 Serie A 34 22 9 3 68 33 75 1st R of 16 UC Round of 16 none Italy Fabio Capello Argentina Gabriel Batistuta 21
1999-00 Serie A 34 14 12 8 57 34 54 6th Q-f UC Round of 16 none Italy Fabio Capello Italy Vincenzo Montella 18
1998-99 Serie A 34 15 9 10 69 49 54 6th R of 16 UC Quarter-finals none Czech Republic Zdeněk Zeman Italy Marco Delvecchio 18
1997-98 Serie A 34 16 11 7 67 42 59 4th Q-f none none Czech Republic Zdeněk Zeman Argentina Abel Balbo 14
1996-97 Serie A 34 10 11 13 46 47 41 12th R of 32 UC Round of 32 none Sweden Nils Liedholm
Argentina Carlos Bianchi
Argentina Abel Balbo 14
1995-96 Serie A 34 16 10 8 51 34 58 5th R of 32 UC Quarter-finals none Italy Carlo Mazzone Argentina Abel Balbo 14
1994-95 Serie A 34 16 11 7 46 25 59 5th Q-f none none Italy Carlo Mazzone Argentina Abel Balbo 21
1993-94 Serie A 34 10 15 9 35 30 35 7th R of 16 none none Italy Carlo Mazzone Argentina Abel Balbo 13
1992-93 Serie A 34 10 15 9 35 30 35 10th R-up UC Quarter-finals none Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vujadin Boškov Italy Giuseppe Giannini 16
1991-92 Serie A 34 13 14 7 35 30 35 5th Q-f CWC Quarter-finals R-up Italy Ottavio Bianchi Italy Ruggiero Rizzitelli 12
1990-91 Serie A 34 11 14 9 43 37 36 9th W UC Runners-up none Italy Ottavio Bianchi Germany Rudi Völler 25
1989-90 Serie A 34 14 13 7 45 40 41 6th S-f none none Italy Luigi Radice Germany Rudi Völler 16
1988-89 Serie A 34 11 12 11 33 40 34 7th 2nd st UC Round of 16 none Sweden Nils Liedholm Germany Rudi Völler 15
1987-88 Serie A 30 15 8 7 39 26 38 3rd R of 16 none none Sweden Nils Liedholm Italy Giuseppe Giannini 12
1986-87 Serie A 30 12 9 9 37 31 33 7th R of 16 CWC Round of 32 none Brazil Angelo Sormani Poland Zbigniew Boniek 8
1985-86 Serie A 30 19 3 8 51 27 41 2nd W none none Sweden Sven Eriksson Italy Roberto Pruzzo[4] 20
1984-85 Serie A 30 10 14 6 33 25 34 7th R of 16 CWC Quarter-finals none Sweden Sven Eriksson Italy Roberto Pruzzo 10
1983-84 Serie A 30 15 11 4 48 28 41 2nd W EC Runners-up none Sweden Nils Liedholm Italy Roberto Pruzzo 15
1982-83 Serie A 30 16 11 3 47 24 43 1st Q-f UC Quarter-finals none Sweden Nils Liedholm Italy Roberto Pruzzo 22
1981-82 Serie A 30 15 8 7 40 29 38 3rd Q-f CWC Round of 16 none Sweden Nils Liedholm Italy Roberto Pruzzo[5] 16
1980-81 Serie A 30 14 14 2 43 20 42 2nd W CWC Round of 32 none Sweden Nils Liedholm Italy Roberto Pruzzo[6] 19
1979-80 Serie A 30 10 12 8 34 35 32 7th W none none Sweden Nils Liedholm Italy Roberto Pruzzo 18
1978-79 Serie A 30 8 10 20 24 32 26 12th Grp Stg none none Italy Gustavo Giagnoni Italy Roberto Pruzzo 12


Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Counting every competition of the season except when the number is in italics
  2. ^ Totti won both the title of Serie A topscorer (26 goals) and the European Golden Boot
  3. ^ Roma ended as runners-up due to the sentence of the 2006 Serie A scandal; the previous place was fifth
  4. ^ Pruzzo won the Serie A top scorer with an amount of 19 goals
  5. ^ Pruzzo won the Serie A top scorer with an amount of 14 goals
  6. ^ Pruzzo won the Serie A top scorer with an amount of 18 goals

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