The 2023/24 Women’s Serie A season came to an end with AS Roma Women once again reigning over Italy as champions for the second straight season, so it’s no great surprise to see the Giallorosse dominate Total Italian Football’s Team of the Season with six of the 11 players.

The six Italian champions are joined by three Juventus players and two from Fiorentina in this season’s Best XI, and there are others from Roma who may feel as though they could have made the cut – a special mention here to Camelia Ceasar, Elisa Bartoli and Giada Greggi.

Below, then, is the Women’s Serie A Team of the Season for 2023/24, as per Total Italian Football.

Serie A Femminile 2023/24 Team of the Season

The Total Italian Football Women’s Serie A Team of the Season for 2023/24.

Katja Schroffenegger – Fiorentina

Fiorentina‘s form fell off towards the back-end of the season and after the league’s split into the Poule Scudetto and Poule Salvezza, but Katja Schroffenegger played a huge part in the Viola reaching the Coppa Italia final with an outstanding semi-final second-leg performance against Juventus, and the Italy international was solid all campaign in Serie A as well.

Fiorentina Women goalkeeper Katja Schroffenegger. (@ACF_Womens)

Estelle Cascarino – Juventus

It was a solid first season in Italian football for Estelle Cascarino, as she swiftly found her place in the Bianconere’s defence while many of her partners at the back struggled for consistency. Twenty-one of her 23 appearances came as a starter, and Cascarino has proven to be a good signing for Juventus.

Moeka Minami – AS Roma

Another great campaign from Moeka Minami helped Roma to have the league’s best defensive record and win a second straight Serie A title. The Japan international even got herself a goal as well.

Elena Linari – AS Roma

Probably the very best defender in Italy this season, Elena Linari was her usual commanding self at the back while also adding a serious goalscoring threat at the other end. She closed the campaign with an impressive seven goals, and the pick of the bunch was a sweet half-volley in a statement win at home to Juventus in February.

AS Roma Women’s Elena Linari. (@ASRomaWomen)

Joe Echegini – Juventus

Few people would have seen Nigeria international and recent college graduate Joe Echegini having such an impact on Serie A following her January arrival at Juventus. But she took to life in professional football like a duck to water, scoring as many as 10 goals in just half a season from midfield and averaging around a goal every 73 minutes.

Saki Kumagai – AS Roma

Saki Kumagai immediately assumed a leader’s role as soon as she joined Roma, and she has helped the Giallorosse reach even higher highs this past season to defend their Serie A title. Alongside Manuela Giugliano and Giada Greggi in their midfield, it was hard to leave one of the Giallorosse’s central stars out of this Best XI, but it was never going to be Kumagai who missed the cut.

Manuela Giugliano – AS Roma

Manuela Giugliano‘s early-season form in front of goal is a huge part of why Roma won this Scudetto. The No.10’s numbers show her importance clearer than words could explain – she scored 10 times and assisted seven in 25 appearances from midfield.

Veronica Boquete – Fiorentina

Another midfielder who shone this term was Fiorentina‘s Veronica Boquete, who continues to make AC Milan‘s decision to cast her aside look increasingly bizarre as time passes. Now 37, the Spaniard ended the season with nine goals and eight assists.

Juventus Women Echegini
Juventus Women’s Joe Echegini and Cristiana Girelli celebrate against Fiorentina Women. []

Lindsey Thomas – Juventus

Lindsey Thomas‘ career enjoyed a rejuvenation at Juventus this season after leaving AC Milan. Although the versatile French forward didn’t always make the Bianconere XI, her importance became increasingly clear in big moments and as the season neared its end. With eight goals and four assists to her name and playing in almost every position from full-back to centre-forward, Thomas‘ season ended with her averaging 0.7 goals and 0.35 assists per 90 minutes.

Valentina Giacinti – AS Roma

Only teammate Evelyne Viens outscored Valentina Giacinti in Serie A this season, but her 12 goals played their part in Roma‘s title win. A player who is often seen as a selfish and traditional No.9, her seven assists were only bettered by a former teammate and fellow Milan outcast – Veronica Boquete – across the league.

Evelyne Viens – AS Roma

Evelyne Viens took Serie A by storm in her first year, even outshining compatriot Julia Grosso to be the finest Canadian footballer in Italy. The 27-year-old scored 13 goals and assisted six more, claiming the Capocannoniere crown and lifting the Scudetto to end her first season in Serie A.

AS Roma’s Evelyne Viens celebrates scoring in the Women’s Champions League. [@ASRomaWomen]