Roma's shocking draw with Wolfsburg last time out was the talk of the round, but can they do it again?
A win, or even a draw today, would put Roma on easy street to the knockout rounds. All they have to do is topple Wolfsburg, arguably the toughest team they’ve ever faced.
Thanks in part to their successful march through the qualification rounds, Roma are resilient and ready for the challenge ahead of them as they prepare for their first-ever group-stage match in the Champions League.
The fourth and final stop on Roma's Champions League qualification campaign sees the Giallorosse host Sparta Prague with a spot in the group stage on the line.
The Giallorosse hit the road to face Czech club Sparta Prague in the first of a two-legged tie, with the winner advancing to the Champions League Group Stage.
The Giallorosse take the pitch in Glasgow again today, squaring off against Paris FC with a spot in the next qualification round at stake.
It was a banner day for Benedetta Glionna, as Roma's young winger scored a brace and added an assist in the Giallorosse's 3-1 win over Glasgow City.
Roma's Champions League adventure begins today in Glasgow as the Giallorosse face Glasgow City in a Round 1 qualifier.
It's the so-called Super Bowl of Soccer today. Roma aren't playing, but that doesn't mean we can't vicariously enjoy the match together.
More teams, more matches and more money. But will it be enough to stall the Super League threat?
As per usual, Roma are on the periphery of this one. But that doesn’t mean what happens next won’t be critical for the Giallorossi.
Across the Romaverse Podcast, Special Series: Revisiting the 2017-18 Champions League, Episode 2—Round of 16
With Roma set to face Shakhtar Donetsk in the Europa League on Thursday, we take a look back at the epic Champions League tilt between the two clubs three years ago.
Across the Romaverse Podcast, Special Series: Revisiting the 2017-18 Champions League, Episode 1—The Group Stage
Join us as we embark on a new adventure on ATR. In the first episode of this special 4 part series we look back on the 2017-18 Champions League group stage.
Roma closed in on the Top 4 this weekend, but would it be better for the club to miss next season’s UCL?
With a precious one-goal lead, Roma must hold Porto at bay on Wednesday.
The Giallorossi head to Portugal with the edge but what will it take to finish the job?
Oh god, not these guys again.
Tuesday’s Champions League match has roused some ghosts from the past that Roma would like to bury once and for all.
Roma entertain FC Porto this week in the CL knockout stage. JonAS takes a look at how the previous editions turned out