Women’s Football Podcast: Parma write history at the Tardini, Juventus slip up early

Matchday 2 of the Serie A Femminile threw up drama, shocks, and saw history be written. Juventus have already dropped points, Parma are up and running, and AC Milan are... well they're still AC Milan.

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Serie A Femminile has returned from its international break for Matchday 2 and, already, we’ve seen some big twists and unexpected results. Juventus dropped points at home to Inter, and Parma debuted at the Stadio Tardini with an impressive performance and a 2-1 win over Sassuolo.

To chat through all of the action from Matchday 2, Euan and Conor are here, with Conor having been in attendance at the Tardini. As ever, the Women’s Football Podcast is available exclusively here to those who are signed up on Patreon.com/TotalItalianFootball, where there are €2, €5 and €10 tiers available and plenty of content in return.

You can read about Parma’s historic night at the Tardini here.

Naturally, the Crociate’s win over the Neroverde takes up most of this week’s podcast, with Juventus‘ 3-3 thriller against Inter next in line in terms of significant results. 

AS Roma, Fiorentina and Sampdoria all won to maintain 100% records so far, while Sassuolo are joined on zero points by AC Milan, Como and Pomigliano

Oh, and Italy qualified for the 2023 Women’s World Cup during the break. You can read Conor’s article from the Stadio Paolo Mazza in Ferrara here.

Serie A Femminile Matchday 2 Results

DateSerie A Femminile Results
Saturday, September 10AS Roma 2-0 AC Milan
Sunday, September 11Sampdoria 2-1 Pomigliano
Sunday, September 11Juventus 3-3 Inter
Sunday, September 11Fiorentina 2-1 Como
Monday, September 12Parma 2-1 Sassuolo

Serie A Femminile Table after Matchday 2

PosClubMPPts
1AS Roma26
2Fiorentina26
3Sampdoria26
4Juventus24
5Inter24
6Parma23
7Sassuolo20
8Pomigliano20
9AC Milan20
10Como20

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