Roma on International Duty
With his leg on the mend, Paulo Dybala received some fantastic news today: He's going to the World Cup! But should Roma fans be worried?
No, they're not the favorites (far from it), but there's enough talent in those blue shirts to make life difficult for the favorites, and if they catch a few breaks, we may see another Italian triumph at Wembley.
With Euro 2022 set to kick off next month in England, RomAzzurre is alive and well as four Roma players have made Milena Bertolini's Italy squad...plus one soon-to-be Roma player.
A smattering of rumor updates to kick off the holiday weekend, including updates on Roma's pursuit of Hoffenheim midfielder Florian Grillitsch.
Will Ibañez follow in Emerson Palmieri and Jorginho’s footsteps?
Abraham's First England Call-Up in Nearly a Year Highlights Busy Break To Come for Roma's Internationals
With the late addition of Tammy Abraham to the England squad, Roma will be well-represented during this international break, with Giallorossi players on duty in Europe, Africa and South America.
After an initial scare, it seems as though Matías Viña has emerged unscathed from an apparent thigh injury suffered while playing for Uruguay.
Roma’s left-back joined three other Azzurri players in the tournament’s best eleven - now for his rehab and return in January.
It took longer than we expected, but thanks to some penalty heroics from Gianluigi Donnarumma, Italy are champions of Europe!
England vs. Italy. It's coming home vs. It’s come to Rome. Which side will win? To answer that question, we assembled the crew for a unique, collaborative preview.
La Furia Roja, red in the face.
Mancini’s men look to prove they’re back to being a major player on the European stage by reaching their first major tournament final in nine years—and it may come down to who sees more of the ball.
Pretty much the worst bit of news you could imagine after a sensational three weeks for Leonardo Spinazzola at Euro 2020.
To answer that question (and more), we turned to our resident Belgian, who provided insight into what might be Belgium's last shot at glory.
It’ll be a trans-Alpine battle when the Azzurri square off with Austria in the Round of 16 on Saturday.