Women’s Football Podcast: AS Roma top for the mini-leagues, AC Milan find real form

The regular phase of the Serie A Femminile season has come to an end meaning it is time for the split. We chat through the Matchday 18 results and what is to come as the league divides in two.


The first phase of Serie A Femminle 2022/23 has come to an end with Matchday 18’s fixtures showing us how the table will look when the two mini-leagues get underway later in March.

There were victories at the top for AS Roma and Juventus, meaning the gap between the two remains at eight points as we go into the split. AC Milan continued their return to form as they beat Como 4-0 thanks to two goals from Martina Piemonte.

They rose above Fiorentina with that win, as La Viola were beaten by Inter 3-1 who also moved above Fiorentina in the table. Tabitha Chawinga moved further ahead in the scoring charts as she scored twice.

There was a big win for Sassuolo away at Pomigliano to take control at the top of the survival pool, but Parma, Sampdoria, and Como were all beaten.

Inter Women celebate a Tabitha Chawinga goal. (@Inter_Women)

To chat through the action, Euan Burns is hosting the Women’s Football Podcast and getting all the details from Conor Clancy. They were both at Inter 3-0 Sassuolo in Milan over the weekend.

As ever, the Women’s Football Podcast in which we talk through the Serie A Femminile action is available exclusively here to subscribers to Patreon.com/TotalItalianFootball, where there are €2, €5 and €10 tiers available.

Serie A Femminile Matchday 18 results

DateSerie A Femminile Results
Sat, Feb 25Inter 3-1 Fiorentina
Sat, Feb 25Pomigliano 0-2 Sassuolo
Sun, Feb 26Sampdoria 0-1 AS Roma
Sun, Feb 26Como 0-4 AC Milan
Sun, Feb 26Juventus 2-1 Parma

Serie A Femminile table after Matchday 18

1AS Roma1848
4AC Milan1834
Scudetto pool; Survival pool


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