There were lots of good things, except for the final score.
That’s how you want to start your venture into the new-look Women’s Champions League waters.
For the first time in its history, the Juve women are into the final 16 of a European competition but some big names are now standing in their way.
Good things happen to good people.
History makers making a little bit more history.
The sun was out in Florence. And it just so happened to be a lovely result on top of a lovely day at the Franchi.
If you want to cheer for a squad in Turin that’s actually winning, this may be your best option.
There is just one women’s team who have won every game of their 2020 Olympics and it’s been with the help of Juventus winger Lina Hurtig.
It was a blowout victory, but there were a few important things to take out of it.
Juventus Women have introduced their second manager as the Joe Montemurro Era has officially began in Turin.
One of the best young fullbacks in Europe is going to be staying right where she is.
Two of the most talented young Italian attackers in Serie A Femminile are now switching teams.
There’s no Juventus action to talk about in June, but we have the rescheduled Euro 2020 and Copa América tournaments to enjoy!
There’s a new keeper in town, and she’s got a lot of game to boot.
We take a look at some of the best players, moments and performances of the season after Juventus’ perfect league season.
Juve’s midfield is not as good today as it was at the beginning of the week.
We had some questions about the Juve women’s new manager, and thankfully somebody had plenty of answers.
For the first time in four years, the Juve women will have a different person filling out the starting lineups.
Amidst rumors of a departure to Real Madrid, the Italian star has decided to stay in Turin for at least one more season.
The changes continue to come for a team that just celebrated another league title.
That season, by the way, comes to an end this weekend.
They’re good. They’re very, very good.
One Scudetto streak ended in Turin, but another one looks set to be extended another season.
This, as a result, has brought about some rumors regarding her future at Juventus.
The chance to win all of the trophies will have to wait until next season.
The Czech forward is riding a hot streak and it’s time for Guarino to give the young star her deserved chance.
They’re pretty, pretty good, you know.
This just in: They’re pretty damn good.
You win trophies, you get a(nother) contract extension.