Women’s Football Podcast: Juventus get an early edge over AS Roma, Sampdoria and Fiorentina still 100%

There was plenty to discuss in Matchday 3 of the Serie A Femminile season, and the Women's Football Podcast is here to talk through it all.

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Matchday 3 of the 2022/23 Serie A Femminile season didn’t quite throw up as many surprise results as the previous week’s action – basically meaning that Juventus didn’t drop points – but there was plenty of action and happenings all the same.

To chat through all of Matchday 3, Euan Burns and Conor Clancy are here with the Women’s Football Podcast, with Conor again having taken in Parma’s game away against Fiorentina in Tuscany. You can also read Euan’s weekly round-up of all the action here.

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

The week’s biggest game bizarrely got played mid-afternoon on Friday, and Juventus beat AS Roma 1-0 thanks to a fortuitous goal from Valentina Cernoia, giving them the early edge in the title race, though there’s still a very long way to go.

AC Milan finally got up and running as they beat Sassuolo, leaving the Neroverde pointless in the other big story of the round, while Inter thumped Pomigliano to continue their impressive start.

Serie A Femminile Matchday 3 Results

DateSerie A Femminile Results
Friday, September 16Juventus 1-0 AS Roma
Saturday, September 17Inter 6-1 Pomigliano
Sunday, September 18Fiorentina 2-1 Parma
Sunday, September 18AC Milan 3-1 Sassuolo
Sunday, September 18Como 0-1 Sampdoria

Serie A Femminile table after Matchday 3

PosClubMPPts
1Fiorentina39
2Sampdoria39
3Inter37
4Juventus37
5AS Roma36
6AC Milan33
7Parma33
8Sassuolo30
9Como30
10Pomigliano30

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