Original Vintage Retro Roma Shirts & Kit
Retro Roma Shirts
Vintage Roma Shirts and Retro Roma Kit
A selection of original, classic roma shirt football shirts, including classic home, away and training kits and jackets. These retro Roma tops span from the early 90s covering some of thier most iconic old kits, up until the latest season jerseys.
Retro Roma Kits through the Years
Roma is one of Italy’s most successful clubs. They’ve won three Scudetto and nine Coppa Italia. But in recent years, there hasn’t been too much to shout about – in terms of silverware, at least. They reached the semi-finals of the Champions League under Luciano Spalleti in 2017, but in the league they haven’t really got close enough to the summit to challenge the monopoly of Juventus. And yet, the club is still so well represented in football culture. Why?
Well, it might have something to do with their classic football kit designs. Every year, football shirt enthusiasts wait with bated breath for details of what Roma will wear in the coming season. In some respects, this is surprising as Roma rarely make any outlandish design statements or gear changes in their getup. Generally, you know what you’re going to get.
But this is part of what makes Roma’s vintage football shirts so beautiful: their simplicity. The other aspect is, of course, the colour scheme. That deep burgundy. That glowing yellow. It’s a completely unique palette, and it unfailingly delivers outstanding optics across all their retro football kits.
Some of Roma's greatest historical football kits have been manufactured by Italian sportswear brand Kappa. Roma last topped Serie A in 2000-01. They did it with a supremely talented group of players. Cafu, Walter Samuel, Gabriel Batistuta and, of course, that Roma ever-present, the one-club man, Francesco Totti. They did it in style too, sporting a characteristically athletic-looking Kappa masterpiece.
There was no silverware in the 1991-92 season, but if there was an award for the nicest kit, Roma’s vintage kit would have run away with it. Adidas were the sponsor at the time and used the classic trefoil logo rather than the modern iteration. The Coccarda – the patch which the winner of the Coppa Italia holders wear – sat where the club crest would normally go, with the crest itself on the left sleeve. To top it all off, the sponsor was Barilla, Italy's most famous pasta company. It doesn't get more Italian than that.
There have been innumerable gorgeous away kits too. Roma traditionally go for a white away kit and almost never fail to impress. The 04-05 Diadora is a particular standout but there are so many to choose from.
Check out our range of classic Roma football shirts above.