Serie A Femminile Matchday 3 sees a huge game taking most of the attention as Juventus Women are on the road to face AC Milan Women, with the Rossonere having been something of a bogey side for the Bianconere last season. Although Milan were a long way away from challenging at the top of the table, they have managed to go unbeaten in three of their last four against Juventus and had a hand in preventing the Bianconere from winning last season’s title.

Juventus are one of two teams to have a 100% record still intact after two matchdays, with the other being champions AS Roma Women, and the Giallorosse are making the relatively short trip to Campania to take on a Pomigliano side who have already shown themselves to be tricky opponents this season, narrowly losing to Juventus and drawing away at Sassuolo last time out.

Both Juventus‘ and Roma‘s games this weekend fall on Saturday, after Sampdoria vs Como Women gets things going.

On Sunday, Fiorentina are hosting Napoli Femminile, before Sassuolo welcome Inter to the Stadio Enzo Ricci for the final game on Sunday afternoon.

Where to watch Serie A Femminile?

The new Serie A Femminile season remarkably began with a television rights deal having been agreed, which was a major concern for the clubs given it’s an important part of their finances. As a compromise, the first matchday passed by with only the free-to-air game being broadcast and matches being shown on the FIGC website as a temporary measure.

Fortunately, a deal was reached with DAZN and a TV deal is now in place, which began from Matchday 2 and includes coverage in Italy and overseas.

As well as being available in Italy, the DAZN deal allows for Serie A Femminile games to be streamed on the platform in the United States of America, Canada, Japan, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, Ireland, the United Kingdom, Portugal, Belgium and Poland.

There will also be a free-to-air game each week and this season, that is being shown by Rai Play, rather than La7 as was the case last season. The free-to-air game on Rai is available online and on television in Italy.

Serie A Femminile free-to-air game

Sassuolo Women pair Chiara Beccari and Daniela Sabatino celebrate against Pomigliano. (Photo: US Sassuolo)

The free-to-air game on Matchday 3 of the 2023/24 Serie A Femminile season is AC Milan vs Juventus on Saturday evening. That will be shown for free on Rai Play.

You can find the game online here, with kick-off set for 19:00 CEST – local time in Italy.

Serie A Femminile 2023/24 – Matchday 3 kick-off times

DateFixtureLocal (CEST)UK (BST)US (EDT)US (PDT)
Sat, Oct 7Sampdoria vs Como12:3011:3006:3003:30
Sat, Oct 7Pomigliano vs AS Roma15:0014:0009:0006:00
Sat, Oct 7AC Milan vs Juventus19:0018:0013:0010:00
Sun, Oct 8Fiorentina vs Napoli12:3011:3006:3003:30
Sun, Oct 8Sassuolo vs Inter15:0014:0009:0006:00