Serie A Femminile: 2022-2023
The versatile Norwegian has become an unstoppable force for Roma and was named league MVP earlier this afternoon.
It was another dropped result in the league for Roma against Salernitana, but more importantly the Giallorossi are one match away from another European trophy. We discuss it all in this week’s episode.
Five years ago, the Giallorosse were just an idea on a piece of paper. Now, they're the champions of Italy and a potential dynasty in the making.
This is it! With a victory over Fiorentina on Saturday, Roma can claim their first league title in club history.
Things went smoothly for Roma on the pitch as they breezed past Spezia 2-0, but off the pitch, that’s another matter entirely. The CdT crew breaks down last weekend’s win before diving into the mind of Nicolo Zaniolo, who is now officially on the transfer list.
A win over third-place Inter on Saturday could give Roma a bit of breathing room at the top of the table before next weekend's faceoff with Juve.
After another two week international break, the women of Roma are back in action tomorrow against last place Sassuolo. Can Roma make quick work of the Neroverde to reclaim second place?
Emilie Haavi (2G, 1A), Valentina Giacinti (1G, 1A) and Sophie Roman Haug (2G) put on a show in Roma's 5-0 pummeling of Parma.
The top of the league table is always tight, but Roma can pad their spot at the top of the table (and buy some breathing room for the spring) with a win over Juventus today.
After a dramatic run through the first Champions League qualification round, Roma starts their Serie A season against Pomigliano today.
This is the deepest and most talented team Roma has ever assembled but is there enough in the cupboard for a shot at the title? (Spoiler: Yes. Yes, there is)