It’s going to be a summer full of watching the Bianconere play on one of the biggest international stages, especially when it comes to the Italy women.
A summer of bold moves with the goal of continued growth in Europe has continued.
One of Juve’s best young prospects has come back to Turin after a few years on loan and wants to score some goals ASAP.
With one last Juventus Women game remaining, we get a little bit of insight into the opposition.
Two very important players aren’t going anywhere.
There is a new hashtag for the Juve women, who have added yet another trophy to their already impressive collection.
Another Serie A Femminile title is on its way to Turin, and it could happen within a matter of days.
Good things continue to happen for the Bianconere.
Joe Montemurro has things on the right path, but things will need to continue to trend upward if Juve wants this to be the beginning of something rather than just a one-off.
A thrilling run into the Women’s Champions League quarterfinals ends with disappointment in France.
Pretty good timing, too!
Keep the Swedes! The Swedes are good!
It’s already been a historic European campaign for the Juventus Women. Can it continue against the French powerhouse who is looking to get back on top of the competition?
For the first time in nearly two years, the Juventus women did not grab all three points from a league match. But even in a draw, there was plenty of excitement which was a theme in the 36-match winning streak.
An Italian legend still has plenty left in the tank.
This day, however cold it was in Turin, was a good day.
Never has a scoreless draw felt more like a massive win in the big picture.
A rare midseason piece of business sees an addition arrive for the second half of the 2021-22 campaign.
HA HA! Look at that!
Thursday is a big day for the Bianconere.
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.