Name
Italy Serie A Women

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Established
1968 (56 years old)

First Recorded Event
2021-08-28

Current Season
2023-2024

API Football ID
5760

Sport
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Location
Italy

Gender
Female

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Upcoming
16/03 Pomigliano W home team badge - Away Team Badge Sampdoria Wo
16/03 Sassuolo Wom home team badge - Away Team Badge Fiorentina W
17/03 Como Women home team badge - Away Team Badge Napoli Women
17/03 Inter Milano home team badge - Away Team Badge Juventus Wom
23/03 Sampdoria Wo home team badge - Away Team Badge Como Women
23/03 Roma Women home team badge - Away Team Badge Sassuolo Wom
24/03 AC Milan Wom home team badge - Away Team Badge Pomigliano W
24/03 Fiorentina W home team badge - Away Team Badge Inter Milano
29/03 Inter Milano home team badge - Away Team Badge Roma Women
30/03 Napoli Women home team badge - Away Team Badge Sampdoria Wo

Results
18/02 Juventus Wom home team badge 4 - 1home team badge Napoli Women
18/02 Pomigliano W home team badge 3 - 4home team badge Como Women
18/02 AC Milan Wom home team badge 2 - 1home team badge Inter Milano
17/02 Sassuolo Wom home team badge 2 - 0home team badge Sampdoria Wo
17/02 Fiorentina W home team badge 0 - 1home team badge Roma Women
15/02 Napoli Women home team badge 2 - 0home team badge Pomigliano W
14/02 Sampdoria Wo home team badge 1 - 3home team badge AC Milan Wom
14/02 Inter Milano home team badge 0 - 2home team badge Juventus Wom
14/02 Como Women home team badge 0 - 1home team badge Fiorentina W
13/02 Roma Women home team badge 3 - 0home team badge Sassuolo Wom

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The Serie A, also called Serie A TIMvision due to sponsorship by TIMvision, is the highest league of women's football in Italy. Established in 1968, it has been run by the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) since the 2018–19 season, and currently features 12 teams.

The current Serie A champions are Juventus, who won the 2020–21 edition. As of the 2021–22 edition, the Serie A is ranked ninth in the UEFA women's coefficient, and the top two teams qualify for the UEFA Women's Champions League.

The Serie A will become fully-professional from the 2022–23 season, removing the current salary cap and allowing teams to pay their players a higher wage. Women's footballers will become the first female athletes in Italy to become fully professional.
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Seasons

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2023-2024
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2022-2023
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2021-2022

Teams
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AC Milan Women
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Como Women
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Fiorentina Wome
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Inter Milano Wo
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Juventus Women
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Napoli Women
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Pomigliano Wome
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Roma Women
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Sampdoria Women
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Sassuolo Women

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