15 February 2021
After an intense and busy start to 2021 (and victories for Juventus Women), the Serie A Femminile is now enjoying a break in order to make room for the international break. A total of 21 Bianconere will be involved in the coming weeks with their nations. Bacic with Croatia, Boattin, Bonansea, Caruso, Cernoia, Gama, Girelli, Giulani, Rosucci and Salvai with Italy, Hyyrynen with Finland, Hurtig and Sembrant with Sweden, Ippolito with Argentina, Sciberras with Malta and Staskova with the Czech Republic. In addition, Arcangeli, Beccari, Berti, Caiazzo and Giordano will be representing Italy Under 19.
The first to take to the field will be Dalila Ippolito, who will turn out in Argentina-Brazil on February 18 at 16.00 (L.T). It will then be the turn of Hurtig and Sembrant, who on February 19 (14:30 L.T) will face Austria in an international tournament in Malta. At the same time, with Malta, Sciberras will face Slovakia. That same date, but at 17:15 CET, Hyyrynen's Finland will face Portugal in the match valid for qualification in the European Championships.
On February 22, Ippolito (Canada-Argentina at 18:00 L.T) will return to the field, while on the 23rd there will be a derby between Sciberras, Sembrant and Hurtig in Malta-Sweden (15:00 LT in Malta). That same day, at 16:00, the first and only commitment for Bacic in Croatia-Romania will take place. Hyyrynen's Finland will be back on the field at 18:00 against Cyprus, February 24, while on the same day, an important qualifier for the European Championships will take place at between Italy-Isreal at 17:30
Ippolito's final match will take place on 25 February at 18:00 (L.T) between USA-Argentina. One game that is still to be confirmed is the match between Staskova's Czech Republic and the Basque Country.