Show your love for I Giallorossi while wearing their first ever European trophy on your wrist.
Though domestic success has occasionally found its way to Rome’s biggest club, the Roma have found silverware on the international stage to be elusive. But the debut of the brand-new Europa Conference League during 2021/22 campaign presented the Capital City club with a new opportunity to finally not be the bridesmaid in Europe. Guided by the pontifical José Mourinho, Roma dominated the opposition throughout the tournament. The Giallorossi topped their group, and sidestepped Vitesse, Bodø/Glimt, and Leicester City on the way to a final against Dutch power Feyenoord. And in typical Mourinho fashion, the Romans ground-out a 1-0 win courtesy of Italian attacker Nicolò Zaniolo’s first-half strike to finally earn the club their first European silverware in over 60 years.
The match side of the wristband features a tiled mosaic of the famous “Capitoline Wolf” that adorns their crest and features the mythical founders of Rome, Romulus and Remus, being raised by a wolf. The reverse has a geometric scroll sitting atop the club’s traditional dark red hue.