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Italian Women's Cup

The Italian Women's Cup (Italian: Coppa Italia di calcio femminile) is the national women's football cup competition in Italy and was first held in 1971.

List of finals

The list of finals:[1]

Year Winner Result Runner-up
1971[2][note 1] Roma 1–0 Fiorentina
1972[3] Falchi Crescentinese 4–1 Lazio Lubiam
1973[4] Falchi Astro Montecatini 2–1 Lazio Lubiam
1974[note 2] Gamma 3 Padova 0–0 aet (6–5 pen.) Lazio Lubiam
1975[5] Milan
1976 G.B.C. Milan 3–1 Valdobbiadene
1977 Lazio 1975 Lubiam 1–1 aet (4–3 pen.) G.B.C. Milan
1978 Conegliano 4–1 Lazio 1975 Lubiam
1979 Conegliano 1–0 Lazio 1975 Lubiam
1980 Gorgonzola 1–0 Alaska Gelati Lecce
1981 Alaska Gelati Lecce 2–0 Verona
1982 Alaska Gelati Lecce 4–0 Giolli Gelati Roma
1983 Marmi Trani 80 1–1 aet (6–5 pen.) Tigullio 72
1984 not played
1985 R.O.I. Lazio 1–0 Sanitas Trani 80
1985/86 Modena Euromobil
1986/87 not played[note 3]
1987/88 Modena Euromobil 2–1 Trani 80 B.K.V.
1988/89[note 4] G.B. Campania 2–2 aet (6–5 pen.) Reggiana Zambelli
1989/90 G.B. Campania 2–1 Milan 82
1990/91 Woman Sassari 0–0 aet (5–4 pen.) Fiammamonza
1991/92 Reggiana Zambelli 5–1 Fiammamonza
1992/93 Reggiana Zambelli 3–0 Napoli[6]
1993/94 G.E.A.S. Sesto San Giovanni 0–0 aet (4-2 pen.) Agliana Imbalpaper
1994/95 Torres Fo.S. 1–1 home
2–1 away
Agliana
1995/96 Lugo 5–0 home
3–1 away
Fiammamonza
1996/97 Agliana 1–0 home
1–2 away
Univer Torino
1997/98 Milan 3–1 Lugo
1998/99 Lazio 4–2 Milan
1999/00 Torres Fo.S. 2–0 Milan
2000/01[7] Torres Fo.S. 1–0 Bardolino
2001/02 Foroni Verona 1–0 Ruco Line Lazio
2002/03[8] Enterprise Lazio 5–0 Fiammamonza
2003/04 Torres Terra Sarda 6–0 Foroni Verona
2004/05 Torres Terra Sarda 2–0 Vigor Senigallia
2005/06 Bardolino Verona 4–1 Aircargo Agliana
2006/07 Bardolino Verona 3–1 home
1–3 away aet (2-3 pen.)
Torino
2007/08 Torres 2–3 away
1–0 home
Centropose Bardolino
2008/09 Bardolino Verona 2–0 Eurospin Torres
2009/10 Reggiana 1–1 aet (6–5 pen.) Torres
2010/11 Torres 3–0 Graphistudio Tavagnacco
2011/12 Brescia 3–2 (a.e.t.) Napoli
2012/13 Graphistudio Tavagnacco 2–0 Bardolino Verona
2013/14 Graphistudio Tavagnacco 3–2 Torres

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Match played 9 January 1972 in Rome. Austrian Monika Karner scored the goal from Sue Lopez's pass.
  2. ^ All datas (1974 to date) stored in paper reports at Fiammamonza's club headquarter.
  3. ^ When previous FIGCF federation merged into FIGC, 1986/87 italian cup was expected to start within september 14 with just 7 groups of 4 teams due to several withdraws. Later on the cup had been suspended because seasonal fixtures were plenty and Serie A (championship ended on july 7) was unable to grant playable dates.
  4. ^ Editions 1888/89 to 1998/99 had been published by "Annuario del calcio femminile 1999-2000" - Mariposa Editrice in Fornacette (Pisa), compiled by Luca Barboni and Gabriele Cecchi, november 1999.

References

  1. ^ "Italy - List of Women's Cup Winners". RSSSF. Retrieved 21 June 2011. 
  2. ^ Lopez 1997, p. 53
  3. ^ "Newspaper Archive". La Stampa (in Italian). 13 January 1973. p. 15. Retrieved 22 August 2011. 
  4. ^ "Newspaper Archive". La Stampa (in Italian). 3 January 1974. p. 14. Retrieved 22 August 2011. 
  5. ^ Missing data, stored up to semi-finals.
  6. ^ Winner of Serie B's Cup.
  7. ^ "News June 2001". calciodonna.it. Retrieved 9 July 2011. 
  8. ^ "News June 2003". calciodonna.it. Retrieved 9 July 2011. Lazio swept through the Fiammamonza for 5-0 

External links

  • Cup at soccerway.com

Bibliography

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