Serie A Femminile: 2021-2022
Three goals, three points, second spot on the table. Not a bad day's work for Roma in the first-ever Derby della Capitale in Serie A Femminile.
The first ever Rome Derby in Serie A Femminile kicks off tomorrow. A sixth-straight win could potentially vault Roma into second place. Can they subdue their city rivals?
Thanks to virus protocols and a busier than usual international break, Roma are facing a lineup crisis as they prepare to face the newly-reformed Sampdoria. Can the Giallorosse overcome that to make it five wins in a row?
Annmaria Serturini continues to torture the Viola, scoring her fourth career goal against Fiorentina—a 52nd minute match winner that kept Roma's winning streak in tact.
With two wins on the trot, the women of Rome are one of the hottest sides in the league. A win over Fiorentina on Saturday could keep Roma within shouting distance of the CL spots.
After upsetting then league-leading Sassuolo last weekend, Roma will look to keep the good tides rolling as they face 11th place Verona on the road.
After winning three-straight matches to start the season, Roma has suddenly struggled, dropping points in three-straight. An upset over top of the table Sassuolo could put Roma back on the right foot.
Roma has fallen back a bit after their 3-0 start and needs a commanding performance against Inter Milan on Saturday.
Roma bested Milan in the Coppa Italia finale last spring, but Milan has still never lost to Roma in Serie A.
Roma's perfect start to the season remains in tact, but tomorrow will be the toughest test yet. Can Elena Linari lead Roma to their first league win over Juve?
With one goal and three assists through her first three matches, Benedetta Glionna is making Roma look awfully smart.
The Giallorosse travel south to face Serie A newcomers, Pomigliano. The odds are in their favor, but can Roma make it a perfect three-for-three to start the new season?
Roma kicks off the 2021-2022 season on the road against new manager Alessandro Spugna's former club Empoli.
With a new manager in charge and a multiple new pieces in attack, Roma's offense is a potential powder keg.
Spugna’s biggest job is rotating a Roma backline stacked with talent, leadership and experience this season.
Camelia Ceasar has the Coppa glory, but Rachele Baldi has reinforcements from her old club. Who will be number 1?