Five things to know about Juventus Women before Chelsea clash

Juventus Women will face Chelsea tonight at the Allianz Stadium in the second round of the UEFA Women’s Champions League.

The team lead by Joe Montemurro is looking to build on an incredible start to the season. Juventus Women have been unbeaten since the season commenced and will be looking to extend this streak tonight.

Moreover, the squad will also like to build on the opening match against Servette, which they won 3-0 in Geneve. In this context, brings you the five things you need to know about Juventus Women before the match against Chelsea.

Incredible unbeaten run

Juventus Women are doing something unprecedented in the history of female football, as they are currently unbeaten in 46 consecutive Serie A games, registering 30 wins in a row. Last season, Juventus Women had a perfect record, collecting 22 wins out of 22 matches.

Flawless since the beginning

The Juventus female team was founded in 2017 and ever since its birth it has been the best team in Italy, having won every title since 2017.

The first four titles were won under the guidance of Rita Guarino, with current coach Joe Montemurro arriving from Arsenal this summer.

Premiere in the UWCL

Moreover, this season is the team’s first season in the group stage of the UEFA Women’s Champions League. Before, the team never managed to get beyond the first phase.

And it must be said, that this year their road to the group stage was flawless, scoring 20 goals and conceding just 1 in the process.

30 consecutive victories

As mentioned above, Juventus Women are currently on a streak of 30 consecutive victories in Serie A. This is a very notable achievement, as they are the first team in Serie A history to achieve this, surpassing Brescia’s 29 consecutive victories between 2013 and 2014.

Swift scorers

In the last Serie A match before the clash against Chelsea, Juventus Women defeated Napoli 2-0, registering their sixth win of the season.

The first goal of the match came from Arianna Caruso after just 26 seconds. This is the fastest goal scored in the last two seasons in Serie A, with Juve’s Gloria Marinelli matching this last January against Fiorentina.


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