List of S.S. Lazio seasons

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This is a list of seasons played by S.S. Lazio in Italian and European football. It details the club's achievements in major competitions, managers, and top league goalscorers for each season.

Key

Winner Runners-up Third place Promotion Relegation Top goalscorer in Serie A

Seasons

As of 20 May 2018

Season League 1 Coppa
Italia
2
UEFA
Continental
Supercoppa Italiana 3 Manager Top goalscorer 4
Division P W D L F A Pts Pos
1901–02 N/A Italy France Bruto Seghettini
1902–03 N/A Italy France Bruto Seghettini
Italy Sante Ancherani
1903–04 N/A Italy Sante Ancherani
1904–05 N/A Italy Sante Ancherani
1905–06 N/A Italy Sante Ancherani
1906–07 Campionato Romano 2 2 0 0 5 0 4 1st N/A Italy Guido Baccani
Italy Sante Ancherani
1907–08 N/A Italy Guido Baccani
Malta Silvio Mizzi
1908–09 N/A Italy Guido Baccani
1909–10 Terza Categoria 6 6 0 0 31 2 12 1st N/A Italy Guido Baccani
1910–11 Terza Categoria 4 4 0 0 9 0 8 1st N/A Italy Guido Baccani
1911–12 Terza Categoria 10 9 0 1 52 7 18 1st N/A Italy Guido Baccani
1912–13 Prima Categoria 13 9 3 1 60 18 21 2nd N/A Italy Guido Baccani
1913–14 Prima Categoria 16 14 0 2 66 14 20 2nd N/A Italy Guido Baccani Italy Fernando Saraceni 16
1914–15 Prima Categoria 16 12 1 3 54 23 25 1st[1] N/A Italy Guido Baccani Italy Marcello Consiglio 13
No competitive football was played between 1915–1919 due to the First World War
1919–20 Prima Categoria/Laziale 12 6 2 4 22 11 14 3rd N/A Italy Guido Baccani
1920–21 Prima Categoria/Laziale 18 10 3 5 52 26 23 3rd N/A Italy Guido Baccani Italy Giuseppe Fioranti 8
1921–22 Prima Divisione (C.C.I.)/Laziale 16 8 4 4 35 22 20 4th N/A N/A Italy Guido Baccani Italy Dante Filippi 10
1922–23 Prima Divisione/Laziale 20 15 2 3 69 28 29 2nd N/A Italy Guido Baccani Italy Fulvio Bernardini 22
1923–24 Prima Divisione/Laziale 16 10 2 4 55 20 23 2nd N/A Italy Guido Baccani Italy Fulvio Bernardini 19
1924–25 Prima Divisione/Laziale 14 8 3 3 33 18 19 3rd N/A Hungary Dezső Kőszegy Italy Fulvio Bernardini 16
1925–26 Prima Divisione/Laziale 10 6 2 2 45 27 14 3rd N/A Hungary Dezső Kőszegy Italy Fulvio Bernardini 14
1926–27 Prima Divisione 24 17 1 6 40 30 35 4th N/A N/A Hungary Jenő Ligeti Italy Dante Filippi 10
1927–28 Divisione Nazionale/A 20 4 3 13 17 45 11 10th N/A Austria Franz Sedlacek Italy Renato Sanero 4
1928–29 Divisione Nazionale/B 30 13 3 14 47 39 29 8th N/A Technical Commission Italy Aldo Spivach 13
1929–30 Serie A 34 10 8 16 49 50 28 15th N/A Italy Pietro Piselli Italy Luigi Ziroli 11
1930–31 Serie A 34 15 5 14 45 44 35 8th N/A Hungary Ferenc Molnár Italy Piero Pastore 13
1931–32 Serie A 34 10 7 17 45 53 27 13th N/A Brazil Amílcar Barbuy Italy Brazil Anfilogino Guarisi 12
1932–33 Serie A 34 12 9 13 42 44 33 10th N/A Austria Karl Stürmer Brazil João Fantoni 10
1933–34 Serie A 34 11 9 14 48 66 31 10th N/A Austria Karl Stürmer Italy Brazil Anfilogino Guarisi 12
1934–35 Serie A 30 13 6 11 55 46 32 5th N/A Czech Republic Walter Alt Italy Silvio Piola 21
1935–36 Serie A 30 11 8 11 48 42 30 7th QF N/A Czech Republic Walter Alt Italy Silvio Piola 19
1936–37 Serie A 30 17 5 8 56 42 39 2nd R32 MIT Runner-up Hungary József Viola Italy Silvio Piola 21
1937–38 Serie A 30 11 10 9 48 30 32 8th R32 N/A Hungary József Viola Italy Silvio Piola 15
1938–39 Serie A 30 11 6 13 33 40 28 10th R16 N/A Hungary József Viola
Italy Luigi Allemandi
Argentina Alfredo Di Franco
Italy Silvio Piola 9
1939–40 Serie A 30 12 11 7 44 46 35 4th QF N/A Hungary Géza Kertész Italy Silvio Piola
Argentina Silvestro Pisa
9
1940–41 Serie A 30 7 13 10 38 42 27 14th[2] SF N/A Italy Dino Canestri
Hungary Géza Kertész
Hungary Ferenc Molnár
Italy Silvio Piola 10
1941–42 Serie A 30 14 9 7 55 37 37 4th R16 N/A Austria Alexander Popovic Italy Silvio Piola 18
1942–43 Serie A 30 10 8 12 56 59 28 9th QF N/A Austria Alexander Popovic Italy Silvio Piola 21
No competitive football was played between 1944 and 1945 due to the Second World War
1945–46 Serie A-B 20 6 5 9 19 19 17 7th N/A Italy Dino Canestri
Austria Tony Cargnelli
Argentina Salvador Gualtieri
Austria Engelbert Koenig 11
1946–47 Serie A 38 12 12 14 56 56 36 10th N/A Austria Tony Cargnelli Italy Aldo Puccinelli 13
1947–48 Serie A 40 13 13 14 54 55 39 10th N/A Austria Tony Cargnelli
Italy Orlando Tognotti
Italy Romano Penzo 17
1948–49 Serie A 38 11 12 15 60 62 34 13th N/A Italy Mario Sperone
Italy Orlando Tognotti
Italy Romano Penzo 12
1949–50 Serie A 38 18 10 10 67 43 46 4th LC 4th Italy Mario Sperone Romania Norberto Höfling 13
1950–51 Serie A 38 18 10 10 64 50 46 4th MIT 4th[3] Italy Mario Sperone Romania Norberto Höfling 11
1951–52 Serie A 38 15 13 10 60 49 43 4th N/A Italy Giuseppe Bigogno Turkey Şükrü Gülesin 16
1952–53 Serie A 34 12 7 15 38 44 31 10th N/A Italy Giuseppe Bigogno
Italy Alfredo Notti
Italy Paolo Bettolini
Norway Ragnar Nikolay Larsen
7
1953–54 Serie A 34 10 9 15 40 42 29 11th N/A Italy Mario Sperone
Italy Federico Allasio
Italy Alberto Fontanesi
Italy Pasquale Vivolo
9
1954–55 Serie A 34 11 8 15 41 52 30 12th N/A Italy Federico Allasio
Italy Roberto Copernico
England George Raynor
Denmark John Hansen 15
1955–56 Serie A 34 14 11 9 54 46 39 3rd N/A Italy Roberto Copernico
England Jesse Carver
Italy Luigi Ferrero
Italy Lorenzo Bettini 12
1956–57 Serie A 34 14 13 7 52 40 41 3rd N/A England Jesse Carver Sweden Arne Selmosson 12
1957–58 Serie A 34 10 10 14 45 65 30 12th Champions N/A Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Milovan Ćirić
Italy Alfredo Monza
Sweden Arne Selmosson 9
1958–59 Serie A 34 10 10 14 37 54 30 11th QF N/A Italy Dino Canestri
Italy Fulvio Bernardini
Brazil Humberto Tozzi 14
1959–60 Serie A 34 9 12 13 32 45 30 12th SF AMI Champions[4] Italy Fulvio Bernardini Italy Orlando Rozzoni 13
1960–61 Serie A 34 5 8 21 30 63 18 18th Runner-up CDA Champions[5] ItalyArgentina Enrique Flamini
England Jesse Carver
Italy Orlando Rozzoni 11
1961–62 Serie B 38 14 14 10 50 28 42 4th R2 N/A Italy Paolo Todeschini
Italy Alfonso Ricciardi
Argentina Juan Carlos Morrone 13
1962–63 Serie B 38 18 12 8 50 31 48 2nd R1 N/A Italy Carlo Facchini
Argentina Juan Carlos Lorenzo
Italy Paolo Bernasconi
Argentina Juan Carlos Morrone
Italy Orlando Rozzoni
10
1963–64 Serie A 34 9 12 13 21 24 30 8th R2 N/A Argentina Juan Carlos Lorenzo Italy Mario Maraschi
Argentina Juan Carlos Morrone
5
1964–65 Serie A 34 8 13 13 25 38 29 14th GS N/A Italy Umberto Mannocci Italy Nello Governato
Italy Antonio Renna
4
1965–66 Serie A 34 8 13 13 28 41 29 12th GS N/A Italy Maino Neri Italy Vito D'Amato 7
1966–67 Serie A 34 6 15 13 20 35 27 15th R2 MIT QF Italy Maino Neri Italy Romano Bagatti
Argentina Juan Carlos Morrone
4
1967–68 Serie B 40 10 18 12 27 33 38 11th R2 N/A Italy Renato Gei
Italy Roberto Lovati
Italy Giuliano Fortunato 5
1968–69 Serie B 38 17 16 5 55 27 50 1st GS N/A Argentina Juan Carlos Lorenzo Italy Gian Piero Ghio 10
1969–70 Serie A 30 11 7 12 33 32 29 8th GS MIT R16
CDA GS
AIC GS
Argentina Juan Carlos Lorenzo Italy Giorgio Chinaglia 12
1970–71 Serie A 30 5 12 13 28 43 22 15th R2 ICFC R1
CDA Champions
Argentina Juan Carlos Lorenzo
Italy Roberto Lovati
Italy Giorgio Chinaglia 9
1971–72 Serie B 38 18 13 7 48 28 49 2nd R2 N/A Italy Tommaso Maestrelli Italy Giorgio Chinaglia[6] 21
1972–73 Serie A 30 16 11 3 33 16 43 3rd QF AIC GS Italy Tommaso Maestrelli Italy Giorgio Chinaglia 10
1973–74 Serie A 30 14 9 7 34 28 37 1st QF UC R2 Italy Tommaso Maestrelli Italy Giorgio Chinaglia 24
1974–75 Serie A 30 14 9 7 34 28 37 4th GS N/A[7] Italy Tommaso Maestrelli Italy Giorgio Chinaglia 14
1975–76 Serie A 30 6 11 13 35 40 23 13th GS UC R2 Italy Giulio Corsini
Italy Tommaso Maestrelli
Italy Giorgio Chinaglia 8
1976–77 Serie A 30 10 11 9 34 28 31 5th GS N/A Brazil Luís Vinício Italy Bruno Giordano 10
1977–78 Serie A 30 8 10 12 31 38 26 11th GS UC R2 Brazil Luís Vinício Italy Bruno Giordano 13
1978–79 Serie A 30 9 11 10 35 40 29 8th GS N/A Italy Roberto Lovati Italy Bruno Giordano 19
1979–80 Serie A 30 5 15 10 21 25 25 13th[8] QF N/A Italy Roberto Lovati Italy Bruno Giordano 9
1980–81 Serie B 38 13 20 5 50 32 46 4th R2 N/A Italy Ilario Castagner Italy Alberto Bigon
Italy Fernando Viola
8
1981–82 Serie B 38 11 15 12 38 35 37 10th R2 N/A Italy Ilario Castagner Italy Vincenzo D'Amico 10
1982–83 Serie B 38 14 18 6 44 32 46 2nd R2 N/A Italy Roberto Clagluna Italy Bruno Giordano 18
1983–84 Serie A 30 8 9 13 35 49 25 13th GS N/A Argentina Juan Carlos Morrone
Italy Paolo Carosi
Italy Bruno Giordano
Denmark Michael Laudrup
8
1984–85 Serie A 30 2 11 17 16 45 15 15th GS N/A Argentina Juan Carlos Lorenzo
Italy Giancarlo Oddi
Italy Roberto Lovati
Italy Bruno Giordano 5
1985–86 Serie B 38 11 14 13 38 42 36 11th GS N/A Italy Luigi Simoni Italy Oliviero Garlini 18
1986–87 Serie B 38 14 14 10 35 28 33[9] 16th[10] R16 N/A Italy Eugenio Fascetti Italy Giuliano Fiorini 7
1987–88 Serie B 38 15 17 6 42 25 47 3rd R2 N/A * Italy Eugenio Fascetti Italy Paolo Monelli 13
1988–89 Serie A 34 5 19 10 23 32 29 10th QF N/A N/A Italy Giuseppe Materazzi Uruguay Rubén Sosa 8
1989–90 Serie A 34 8 15 11 34 33 31 9th R2 N/A N/A Italy Giuseppe Materazzi Uruguay Rubén Sosa
Brazil Amarildo
8
1990–91 Serie A 34 8 19 7 33 36 35 11th R2 N/A N/A Italy Dino Zoff Uruguay Rubén Sosa 11
1991–92 Serie A 34 11 12 11 43 40 34 10th R16 N/A N/A Italy Dino Zoff Germany Karl-Heinz Riedle
Uruguay Rubén Sosa
13
1992–93 Serie A 34 13 12 9 65 51 38 5th QF N/A N/A Italy Dino Zoff Italy Giuseppe Signori 26
1993–94 Serie A 34 17 10 7 55 40 44 4th R2 UC R2 N/A Italy Dino Zoff Italy Giuseppe Signori 23
1994–95 Serie A 34 19 6 9 69 34 63 2nd R2 UC QF N/A Czech Republic Zdeněk Zeman Italy Giuseppe Signori 17
1995–96 Serie A 34 17 8 9 66 38 59 3rd QF UC R2 N/A Czech Republic Zdeněk Zeman Italy Giuseppe Signori 24
1996–97 Serie A 34 15 10 9 54 37 55 4th QF UC R2 N/A Czech Republic Zdeněk Zeman
Italy Dino Zoff
Italy Giuseppe Signori 15
1997–98 Serie A 34 16 8 10 53 30 56 7th Champions UC Runner-up N/A Sweden Sven-Göran Eriksson Czech Republic Pavel Nedvěd 11
1998–99 Serie A 34 20 9 5 65 31 69 2nd QF CWC Champions Winner Sweden Sven-Göran Eriksson Chile Marcelo Salas 15
1999–2000 Serie A 34 21 9 4 64 33 72 1st Champions CL QF
USC Champions
N/A Sweden Sven-Göran Eriksson Chile Marcelo Salas 13
2000–01 Serie A 34 21 6 7 65 36 69 3rd QF CL 2nd GS Winner Sweden Sven-Göran Eriksson Argentina Hernán Crespo 26
2001–02 Serie A 34 14 11 9 50 37 53 6th QF CL 1st GS N/A Italy Dino Zoff
Italy Alberto Zaccheroni
Argentina Hernán Crespo 13
2002–03 Serie A 34 15 15 4 57 32 60 4th SF UC SF N/A Italy Roberto Mancini Argentina Claudio López 15
2003–04 Serie A 34 16 8 10 52 38 56 6th Champions CL GS N/A Italy Roberto Mancini Italy Bernardo Corradi 10
2004–05 Serie A 38 11 11 16 48 53 44 10th R16 UC GS Runner-up Italy Domenico Caso
Italy Giuseppe Papadopulo
Italy Tommaso Rocchi 13
2005–06 Serie A 38 16 14 8 57 37 32[11] 16th[12] QF UIC SF[13] N/A Italy Delio Rossi Italy Tommaso Rocchi 16
2006–07 Serie A 38 18 11 9 59 33 62[14] 3rd R3 N/A [15] N/A Italy Delio Rossi Italy Tommaso Rocchi 16
2007–08 Serie A 38 11 13 14 47 51 46 12th SF CL GS N/A Italy Delio Rossi Italy Tommaso Rocchi
Republic of Macedonia Goran Pandev
14
2008–09 Serie A 38 15 5 18 46 55 50 10th Champions N/A N/A Italy Delio Rossi Italy Mauro Zárate 13
2009–10 Serie A 38 11 13 14 39 43 46 12th R16 EL GS Winner Italy Davide Ballardini
Italy Edoardo Reja
Italy Sergio Floccari 8
2010–11 Serie A 38 20 6 12 55 39 66 5th R16 N/A N/A Italy Edoardo Reja Brazil Hernanes 11
2011–12 Serie A 38 18 8 12 56 47 62 4th QF EL R32 N/A Italy Edoardo Reja Germany Miroslav Klose 12
2012–13 Serie A 38 18 7 13 51 42 61 7th Champions EL QF N/A Switzerland Bosnia and Herzegovina Vladimir Petković Germany Miroslav Klose 15
2013–14 Serie A 38 15 11 12 54 54 56 9th QF EL R32 Runner-up Switzerland Bosnia and Herzegovina Vladimir Petković
Italy Edoardo Reja
Italy Antonio Candreva 12
2014–15 Serie A 38 21 6 11 71 38 69 3rd Runner-up N/A N/A Italy Stefano Pioli Germany Miroslav Klose 13
2015–16 Serie A 38 15 9 14 52 52 54 8th QF CL Play-off
EL R16
Runner-up Italy Stefano Pioli
Italy Simone Inzaghi
Italy Antonio Candreva 10
2016–17 Serie A 38 21 7 10 74 51 70 5th Runner-up N/A N/A Italy Simone Inzaghi Italy Ciro Immobile 23
2017–18 Serie A 38 21 9 8 89 49 72 5th SF EL QF Winner Italy Simone Inzaghi Italy Ciro Immobile 29
  • 1.^ For details of league structure, see Italian football league system.
  • 2.^ The first edition was held in 1922, but the second champions were not crowned until 1936.
  • 3.^ ^ The first edition was held in 1988.
  • 4.^ Only league goals are counted. The Serie A Golden Boot known as Capocannoniere (plural: capocannonieri) is the award given to the highest goalscorer in Serie A.

Footnotes

  1. ^ Season did not finish due to the outbreak of the First World War
  2. ^ Saved on better goal difference than Novara
  3. ^ Mitropa Cup unofficially named Zentropa Cup for this year only
  4. ^ Contributed to the victory representing Italy
  5. ^ Contributed to the victory representing Italy
  6. ^ Leading Goalscorer in Serie B
  7. ^ Excluded from 1974–75 European Cup
  8. ^ Placed in the last position and relegated to Serie B by FIGC because of the Totonero 1980 scandal
  9. ^ 10 points Deducted due to Totonero 1986 Conviction
  10. ^ Survived Relegation Tie-breaker
  11. ^ 30 Pts Deduction due to 2006 Calciopoli Scandal
  12. ^ Originally finished 6th with 62 Pts prior to 2006 Calciopoli Scandal Penalties
  13. ^ Awarded Spot when Messina and Livorno Renounced
  14. ^ 3 Pts Deduction due to 2006 Calciopoli Scandal
  15. ^ Not allowed to compete in 2006–07 UEFA Cup due to 2006 Calciopoli scandal
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