The 2024/25 season will be the third of full-professionalism for the Women’s Serie A and champions AS Roma will be hoping to win their third title on the trot, and the third in their short history.

Juventus, meanwhile, will want to win their sixth Serie A title after having won five in a row from their founding in 2017 until being dethroned by the current champions.

Lazio, on their return to the highest tier of Italian women’s football and with a lot more investment than their last spell in Serie A, will be looking to maintain their top-flight status.

Women’s Serie A 2024/25 teams

AC Milan

AC Milan Women pais Kamila Dubcova and Christy Grimshaw. (Photo: AC Milan)

Women’s Serie A 2023/24 finish: 6th (1st in Poule Salvezza)

Founded: June 11, 2018 (Acquired sports title of Brescia Calcio Femminile).

Honours: None.

Nickname: Rossonere

Como Women

Como Women celebrate with goalscorer Miriam Picchi. (Photo: Como Women)

Women’s Serie A 2023/24 finish: 7th (2nd in Poule Salvezza)

Founded: June 11, 2018.

Honours: None.

Nickname: N/A


Fiorentina Women’s players celebrate. [@ACF_Womens]

Women’s Serie A 2023/24 finish: 3rd (Women’s Champions League qualification)

Founded: July 2015.

Honours: Serie A (2016/17), Coppa Italia (2016/17, 2017/18), Supercoppa Italiana (2018).

Nickname: Viola, Gigliate.


Haley Budeja and Agnese Bonfantini celebrate for Inter Women. (@Inter_Women)

Women’s Serie A 2023/24 finish: 5th

Founded: October 23, 2018.

Honours: None.

Nickname: Nerazzurre, Beneamata, Biscione.


Juventus lift the Italian Women’s Super Cup. (@JuventusFCWomen)

Women’s Serie A 2023/24 finish: 2nd (Women’s Champions League qualification, Supercoppa Italiana winners)

Founded: July 1, 2017 (Acquired sports title of Cuneo).

Honours: Serie A (2017/18, 2018/19, 2019/20, 2020/21, 2021/22), Coppa Italia (2018/19, 2021/22, 2023/24), Supercoppa Italiana (2018/19, 2020/21, 2021/22, 2023/24).

Nickname: Bianconere.


Lazio Women celebrate with their 2023/24 Serie B title. (@OfficialSSLazio)

Women’s Serie A 2023/24 finish: N/A (1st in Serie B)

Founded: 1969 (part of SS Lazio since 2015).

Honours: Serie A (1979, 1980, 1987, 1988, 2002), Coppa Italia (1978, 1985, 1999, 2003).

Nickname: Biancocelesti.

Napoli Femminile

Napoli Femminile celebrate staying in Women’s Serie A. [Photo:]

Women’s Serie A 2023/24 finish: 9th (4th in Poule Salvezza, won relegation playoff vs Ternana)

Founded: 2003.

Honours: Serie A2 (Girone D, 2011/12), Serie B (2007/08, 2019/20, 2022/23), Serie C (Girone D 2018/19).

Nickname: Azzurre, Tartarughine (Little Turtles).

AS Roma

AS Roma Women lift the 2023/24 Serie A Femminile title. (@ASRomaFemminile)

Women’s Serie A 2023/24 finish: 1st (Coppa Italia champions)

Founded: July, 2018.

Honours: Serie A (2022/23, 2023/24), Coppa Italia (2020/21, 2023/24), Supercoppa Italiana (2022).

Nickname: Giallorosse, Lupa, Maggica.


Sampdoria Women’s players, including Elena Pisani and Nora Heroum, celebrate. [@sampdoria]

Women’s Serie A 2023/24 finish: 8th (3rd in Poule Salvezza)

Founded: 2020 (Acquired sports title of Florentia San Gimignano).

Honours: None.

Nickname: Blucerchiati, Samp, Doria.


Sassuolo Women players celebrate a Lana Clelland goal. (Photo: US Sassuolo)

Women’s Serie A 2023/24 finish: 4th

Founded: 1976 (as Santa Croce), 2016 (as Sassuolo Femminile, transferred to US Sassuolo in 2019).

Honours: None.

Nickname: Neroverdi.