AS Roma Women
Yeah, the Giallorosse lost a couple of big names, but Betty Bavagnoli added a trio of savvy veterans and two supremely talented U-23s to Roma's already loaded roster.
Led by standout U-21 forward Alice Corelli, Roma signed five of their most promising prospects to new deals yesterday. The future is bright indeed!
Earlier this week, Roma added to their embarrassment of riches, signing up-and-comer Martina Tomaselli while extending midfield mainstay Claudia Ciccotti for another year.
With eight players making the cut, including Elisa Bartoli, Manuela Giugliano, and Valentina Giacinti, Roma is well-represented in Italy’s official World Cup squad.
The versatile Norwegian has become an unstoppable force for Roma and was named league MVP earlier this afternoon.
A win over Juventus in the Coppa Italia Final would wrap up a dream season for the Giallorosse, who can lay claim to the domestic trouble on Sunday afternoon.
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.
Roma fought like hell, and despite facing 34 shots, they nearly pulled off a momentous upset but fell short thanks to a controversial non-call.
Is the task daunting? You bet. Will this team shrink from the challenge? Not a chance. Roma hosts Barcelona in the first leg of the Champions League Quarterfinal.
Roma continues to keep their best talent in town, inking 25-year-old full-back Lucia Di Guglielmo to a new deal through 2026.
The only captain in club history isn't going anywhere. Earlier today, the club announced a new deal for captain and local kid Elisa Bartoli.
The Giallorosse will come face-to-face with one of the true powers in European football, as the women of Rome were drawn against Barcelona in the Champions League quarterfinal.
Earlier today, Roma received approval to play their Champions League quarterfinal match at the Stadio Olimpico. A fitting honor for the city's most successful team.
Roma would let a little rain (okay, a lot) dampen their spirits as they dominated St. Pölten in a 5-0 rout to book a place in the quarterfinals of the Champions League!
Roma's shocking draw with Wolfsburg last time out was the talk of the round, but can they do it again?
A win, or even a draw today, would put Roma on easy street to the knockout rounds. All they have to do is topple Wolfsburg, arguably the toughest team they’ve ever faced.
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.