AS Roma versus Torino FC is a fixture that promises one thing when played at the Stadio Olimpico; goals. There is never a dull encounter between these two sides as a goalless match between these two Serie A foes is extremely rare.
I Giallorossi have been a hugely successful outfit since their formation and have proven to become one of Italy’s biggest sides to ever play the game. They have managed to win no fewer than 11 domestic cup titles in their history, as well as lifting the league title on three different occasions. The Coppa Italia appears to be their forte, though, as they have had success in that particular tournament no fewer than nine times.
To add to their impressive history, AS Roma have an iconic stadium in the Stadio Olimpico that helps to add to the experience of watching all their home matches. The stadium holds 72,698 fans, making it the second-largest in Italy and one that can produce some of the very best atmospheres when teams come to visit the Italian capital.
Torino FC are no pushovers, though. The club have a stellar history that they can count on, although modern times have seen them fall well short of their heydays. An impressive seven Serie A titles, as well as no fewer than five Coppa Italia wins, the maroon-coloured outfit nicknamed Il Toro are certainly a side worthy of respect when played against.
Indeed, it seems as though the two sides do have some respect for each other when they come up against each other at the Stadio Olimpico, as both teams play an entertaining football match that always appears to provide fans in the stands with goals.
Previous results have included 4-1, 3-2 and 0-2 with a result always seeming to be on the cards as draws appear to be less frequent than an outright winner.
With players like Gabriel Batistuta, Francesco Totti, Cengiz Under and Eden Dzeko having all featured for I Giallorossi in the past, as well as the likes of Andrea Belotti and Simone Zaza for Il Toro, there are a number of great players strutting their stuff on the pitch.
AS Roma vs Torino FC may not be the most attractive Serie A fixture when immediately looking for tickets to a top game, however it seems goals are on offer and with over 70,000 people in the stands at the Stadio Olimpico, it would seem there are worse games that could be attended.
Below you can find how the cost of AS Roma vs Torino FC tickets fluctuates during the season for each event. AS Roma vs Torino FC ticket prices can vary greatly based on many factors such as the day of the week, the opponent team and supply and demand.
|AS Roma vs Torino FC||Rome||2020||£81|
|Torino FC vs AS Roma||Turin||2020||£105|
|AS Roma vs Torino FC||Rome||2019||£114|
|Torino FC vs AS Roma||Turin||2019||£110|
|AS Roma vs Torino FC||Rome||2018||£109|
|Torino FC vs AS Roma||Turin||2018||£108|
|AS Roma vs Torino FC||Rome||2017||£111|
|Torino FC vs AS Roma||Turin||2017||£104|
|AS Roma vs Torino FC||Rome||2016||£105|
|Torino FC vs AS Roma||Turin||2016||£108|
|AS Roma vs Torino FC||Rome||2015||£104|
|Torino FC vs AS Roma||Turin||2015||£97|
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