Lottomatica Roma
Roster
No.PlayerCountryPos.HeightBorn
5 GIACHETTI, JACOPO Italy Guard 1.90 1983
6 GIGLI, ANGELO Italy Forward 2.09 1983
7 JAABER, IBRAHIM United States of America Guard 1.88 1984
8 TONOLLI, ALESSANDRO Italy Forward 2.02 1974
9 HUTSON, ANDRE United States of America Forward 2.02 1979
10 TOURE, HERVE France Forward 2.04 1982
11 CROSARIOL, ANDREA Italy Center 2.10 1984
13 DATOME, LUIGI Italy Forward 2.02 1987
14 DE LA FUENTE, RODRIGO Spain Forward 2.00 1976
15 WINSTON, KENNEDY United States of America Forward 1.98 1984
16 CASALE, GIULIO Italy Guard 1.85 1990
18 MINARD, RICKY United States of America Guard 1.96 1982
19 DI PASQUALE, ALESSANDRO Italy Forward 1.94 1992
19 D'ALESSIO, DARIO Italy Guard 1.82 1991
20 VITALI, LUCA Italy Guard 2.00 1986
 Head Coach    
  BONICIOLLI, MATTEO Italy    

Team latest news

Regular Season Round 3 MVP: Brandon Triche, Virtus Rome

Although only three rounds have been played so far, the competition is already fierce in the Eurocup Regular Season. One player who is clearly standing out here at the start of the season is Virtus Rome's Brandon Triche, who has earned MVP honors for Round 3, his second such accolade in three weeks.

Club info
After a second straight impressive domestic campaign, Virtus Rome is eyeing a breakthrough this season in the Eurocup as well. Rome reached the Italian League semifinals and played well in the Eurocup. The team from the Italian capital will need to win plenty to match its glory days. Founded in 1960, Rome needed two decades to become a force at home and abroad. It was Italian League champion in 1983 and Euroleague king in 1984. Larry Wright helped Rome rally from a 16-point second-half deficit to beat Barcelona for the 1984 Euroleague trophy with the help of Clarence Kea, Renzo Tombolato and Fulvio Polesello. Rome added a Korac Cup title in 1992, under the name of Il Messaggerol. Dino Radja led Rome to the trophy with the help of Rick Mahorn, Roberto Premier and Andrea Niccolai. The early 1990s saw Rome bring in world-renowned players like Mahorn, Radja, Danny Ferry and Brian Shaw, but despite being highly competitive, no more titles came. Star guard Carlton Myers led Rome to one of its best ever Italian League regular seasons in 20002-03 and a spot in the 2003-04 Euroleague. The club landed Dejan Bodiroga and Coach Svetislav Pesic, both recent Euroleague champs, in the summer of 2005, instantly improved its results and just missed another crown by losing the Italian Cup final in overtime. The 2007-08 season proved that Rome was back among the elite as it reached the Euroleague Top 16 and the Italian League finals. Roma went back to the Euroleague Top 16 in both 2008-09 and 2010-11 and reached the Italian league finals in 2013. Coming off another strong campaign, Rome is headed in the right direction.
Trophy Case
Euroleague
1984
International Cup
1984
Korac Cup
1986, 1992
Italian League
1982-83
Italian Supercup
2000
President Claudio Toti
Address Piazza Apollodoro 10, 00196 Roma, Italy
Arena PALAZZETTO DELLO SPORT
Tel. +39 06 3600 2439
Fax +39 06 3222 689