|Full name||Juventus Football Club S.p.A.|
|Nickname(s)||[Le] Bianconere (The Black and Whites)|
Juventus Femminile (Female Juventus)
|Short name||Juve Women|
|Founded||1 July 2017|
|Ground||Juventus Training Center|
|Head coach||Joe Montemurro|
|2021–22||Serie A, 1st of 12 (champions)|
|Active teams of Juventus F.C.|
Juventus Football Club (from Latin: iuventūs, 'youth'; Italian pronunciation: [juˈvɛntus]), known for commercial purposes as Juventus Women (pronounced [juˈvɛntus wɪmɪn/]) or simply Juve Women, is a women's football club based in Turin, Piedmont, Italy. It was established in 2017 as the women's section of the homonymous club, following an acquisition of the sporting license of Cuneo.
The team compete in Serie A, the top flight in national football, since its debut in the 2017–18 season. They have won five league titles, two Coppa Italia titles, and three Supercoppa Italiana titles, becoming one of the country's most successful teams. In 2020–21 they became the first Italian club (women's or men's) to accomplish a perfect season, having won all their league matches. After their 2021–22 league triumph, Juventus became the first team to win five consecutive league titles.
Juventus' general manager Giuseppe Marotta announced in May 2017 that the club was planning to form a women's team. The women's section of Juventus was officially formed on 1 July 2017. Despite there being other women's football clubs in Turin in the past which had adopted the name "Juventus" and the black and white colours, such as Real Juventus and Juventus Torino, these have never had any connection with the men's club.
Colloquially known as Juventus Women, the team was formed thanks to the possibility given by the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) to professional men's clubs to purchase amateur women's clubs. Already active in women's youth football since 2015, Juventus acquired the sporting licence of Serie A club Cuneo, which in the meantime had dissolved, allowing the newly-formed team to directly compete in the Italian top division; several players were signed from neighbouring Brescia, Italian champions in two of the previous four seasons and runners-up in the others.
Under the tenure of Rita Guarino, Juventus quickly emerged as a dominating force in Italy, winning four consecutive league titles in their first four years of activity. Juventus' first game was on 27 August 2017, in a 13–0 away victory over Torino in the first leg of the first round of 2017–18 Coppa Italia; Martina Rosucci scored the club's first-ever goal. In the 2017–18 Serie A, the club was tied with Brescia for first place at 60 points. The two sides played a single-legged play-off match where, following a goalless draw after 120 minutes, Juventus beat Brescia 5–4 in a penalty shoot-out.
In 2018–19, by virtue of having won the previous season's league title, they qualified for the UEFA Champions League; they lost 3–2 on aggregate to Brøndby in the round of 32. That season, Juventus achieved the domestic double, winning their second Serie A title and first Coppa Italia. In 2019–20, Juventus won both the Supercoppa Italiana, their first title, and their third consecutive league title. In only two years, the team won all the trophies of Italian women's football.
In the 2020–21 season, Juventus won their second Supercoppa Italiana, and their fourth-consecutive league title, becoming only the second club to achieve this streak after Torres in 2013. They finished the season winning all 22 league matches, becoming the first team in the Italian women's top flight to accomplish a perfect season.
After four seasons at the club, Guarino left Juventus, and was replaced by Joe Montemurro ahead of the 2021–22 season. Juventus won their fifth-consecutive league title, establishing a record streak in Italian women's football. They also finished among the best eight teams in Europe, reaching the quarterfinals of the 2021–22 Champions League. Having also won the Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana that season, their second and third respectively, Juventus achieved their first domestic treble.
|Season||League||Coppa Italia||Supercoppa Italiana||UEFA Champions League|
|2018–19||Champions||Champions||Final||Round of 32|
|2019–20||Champions||Not concluded||Champions||Round of 32|
|2020–21||Champions||Semi-finals||Champions||Round of 32|
For a list of former and current Juventus F.C. (women) players with a Wikipedia article, see Category:Juventus F.C. (women) players.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Below is a list of Juventus Women coaches from 2017 until the present day.
See also: UEFA Women's Champions League
|2018–19||Round of 32||Brøndby IF||2–2||0–1||2–3|||
|2019–20||Round of 32||Barcelona||0–2||1–2||1–4|||
|2020–21||Round of 32||Lyon||2–3||0–3||2–6|||
|2021–22||First round||Kamenica Sasa||12–0 (H)[b]|||
|St. Pölten||4–1 (H)[c]|
|2022–23||First round||Racing FC||4–0 (H)[b]|
|Kiryat Gat||3–1 (H)[c]|
In March 2023, Bitget was announced as the official sponsor for the club.
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