Roma ultras paid tribute to a club legend with their choreography in the Derby della Capitale, while Lazio looked to the future.

The clash kicked off at the Stadio Olimpico at 17.00 UK time (16.00 GMT).

You can follow all the build-up and action as it happens on the LIVEBLOG.

As always, there is not just a battle on the pitch, but also in the stands where the two sets of ultras work for months on their choreography.

Roma were the home team, so were also able to cover the side of the stands as well as the Curva Sud.

They used that section to pay tribute to club icon Agostino Di Bartolomei, a former Roma captain who committed suicide in 1994.

April 8 would’ve been the 69th birthday for the beloved ‘Ago’.

In the Curva Sud, the banner was an explanation of fandom: “You are my only bride, you are my only love.”

As for the Curva Nord, the Lazio supporters looked to the future with their tifo, which represented a young child in a Lazio jersey.

The writing in the stands was traditional graffiti: ‘W La Lazio’ – long live Lazio.

One thought on “Derby della Capitale: Roma and Lazio tifo meaning”
  1. “You are my only bride, you are my only love.” Apart from American and Saudi Expo cash of course!

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