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Ss Lazio, known fully as the Societa Sportiva Lazio, is an Italian soccer club, based in the legendary city of Rome in Italy. Known by many nicknames, such as the white and sky blues, the eagles and the young eagles, they have been active in Italian and international soccer since 1910, with the original sports club founded in 1900. Their home stadium is the Stadio Olimpico in Rome. The current president of the club is Claudio Lotito with Vladimir Petkovic as the head coach. It is a member of the Serie A, the premier Italian soccer league and division. In the 2011 to 2012 season, it was ranked fourth in the league, an achievement worthy of seeing it play live via Ss Lazio tickets.
Ss Lazio has spent most of its time in soccer in the highest division of Italian soccer and have won the Italian Championships a number of times, as well as won the Coppa Italia or the Italian Cup, the Supercoppa Italian or the Italian Supercup, the UEFA Super Cup and the UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup. They often play home games in a stadium with a massive seating capacity of more than seventy two thousand and have dominated Italian soccer in many parts of their life. They have a fierce rivalry with the A.S. Roma, with whom they share a stadium, and against whom they have played in the fierce Derby della Capitale event. This game, one of the most watched in Rome, has taked place since 1929.
Ss Lazio is part of a larger sports club that takes part in forty massive sports, the largest number of sports by any group in the whole world. It started playing soccer in 1920 an joined the league in 1912, right around the time when the Italian Football Federation was organizing championships in Italy. They made it to the National Championships three times in their early years; in 1913, 1914 and 1923, two of them right after joining the league. In 1927, it was the only club that resisted the then Fascist regime’s movement to join all teams in the city into one club, what is today’s A.S. Roma and its fiercest rival.
In 1929, Ss Lazio played in the very first Serie A championship. Under the guidance of famous striker Silvio Piola, landing second overall, as the championship’s runner–ups, in 1937. During the fifties, they plaued in a number of Italian Cup matches, maintaining their position in the top flight of Italian soccer. During the seventies, the team continued winning matches, surprising challengers as mighty as AC Milan and Juventus. It won a Serie A championship during the 1973 to 1974 season, ranking first overall in the league. Some of their players won many honors with the likes of Bruno Giordano finishing first in the League.
Under the leadership of Sergio Cragnotti, the team made many a long term investments in players, often breaking records for the best players. A number of transfer records were made, such as Juan Sebastian Veron for eighteen million pounds, Hernan Crespo for thirty five million pounds which broke the then world record for the highest transfer amount and Christian Vieri for nineteen million pounds. During the nineties, the team emerged runners–up twice, as well as ranking third and fourth. In 2000, it won the highly competitive Italian Cup, emerging as the number one team in Italian soccer. This win was itself a rare feat, as it was won in a rare double.
It went on to win two more Italian Cups and the very last UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup held. To date, it has won a total of five Italian Cups, or the Coppa Italia, two Serie A championships, three Supercoppa Italiana or Italian Supercups, one Serie B championship, one UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup and one UEFA Super Cup. It is therefore hardly a surprise that this soccer club is one of the best in Italy and in Europe. Financially, it is one of the most strong companies, having a revenue of ninety five million euros in the 2011 to 2012 season with assets worth over one hundred and eighty five million euros.