08 January 2022
CUP CONSISTENCY This is the fourth Italian Super Cup final for Juventus Women. After losing in 2018 to Fiorentina, the Bianconere defeated the Tuscan side in the following two finals.
Juventus have lifted the trophy in each of their three final appearances since defeat to Fiorentina in the Super Cup in 2018: Italian Cup (2019) and Super Cup (2019, 2021).
BONANSEA BRACE The last player to score a double in the Super Cup final was Barbara Bonansea, in last season’s victory over Fiorentina.
Since losing the first meeting with Milan, in November 2018, Juventus are undefeated in the following seven encounters, winning 5 and drawing 2.
This is the first final between Juventus and Milan. The only previous meeting in a knock-out competition was in the Italian Cup in 2018/19 when the Bianconere prevailed over two legs, winning one and drawing the other.
Juventus have scored each time they have played Milan, averaging 2.4 goals per game.
Juventus have inflicted Milan’s only two defeats with four or more goals conceded over the last three seasons (4-0 in March 2021 and 5-2 in December 2021).
31% of Milan’s defeats in all competitions have come courtesy of Juventus (5/16).
Juventus have scored in each of their last 47 domestic matches (159 goals), winning 46 and losing once.
Juventus (10) and Milan (11) are the only two teams to have scored with at least 10 different scorers in Serie A 2021/2022.
Juventus have scored 16 goals in the closing 15 minutes of play in Serie A - at least double their nearest rivals.
STASKOVA STRIKES Andrea Stašková has scored four goals against Milan, including a double in December’s 5-2 success. The striker has scored more only against Empoli (6) since joining the Bianconere.
GIRELLI JOY Cristiana Girelli could lift the Super Cup for the 10th time in her career after success with AGSM Verona (3), Brescia (4) and Juventus (2).
Martina Rosucci will collect her 100th appearance for Juventus in all competitions should she take to the field in the final. She will join Arianna Caruso, Lisa Boattin, Barbara Bonansea and Tuija Hyyrynen in the exclusive century club.
Each of Amanda Nildén’s three goals have come in three separate competitions. Her goal in the Super Cup semi-final against Sassuolo follows one in November in Serie A and one in December, in the Italian Cup.