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ACF Milan

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Chairman  Francesco Crudo
League  Serie A2
Location  Milan, Italy
Manager  Mauro Molina
Founded  1965
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Full name  Associazione Calcio Femminile Milan
Ground  Campo Sportivo URI, Milan
2011-12  Serie A, 11th (relegated)

Associazione Calcio Femminile Milan, not to be mistaken with ACF Milan 82, is a former Italian women's football club from Milan, currently competing in Serie A2.


Founded in 1965, ACF Milan won the FFIGC championship in 1970. The team remained successful after the unification of the FICF and FFIGC championships into the Serie A, winning two championships and two national cups between 1973 and 1976, including a double in 1975. However the team played most of the 1980s in Serie B. 1988 marked Milan's return to Serie A, but the team subsequently chained two relegations, ending in third-tier Serie C.

In 1994 Milan returned to Serie A, where it remained for the next 15 years. The rossoneri briefly rose to the championship's elite in the late 90s, winning its 3rd Cup and its 4th Championship in 1998 and 1999 respectively, plus two Supercups. However, through the 2000s the team ended usually in mid table positions, with a 3rd spot in 2004 as its best result. In 2009 it was relegated.

After two years in Serie A2, Milan returned to Serie A for the 2011-12 season, but it couldn't avoid relegation.


  • Italian League (4)
  • 1970, 1973, 1975, 1999
  • Italian Cup (3)
  • 1975, 1976, 1998
  • Italian Supercup (2)
  • 1998, 1999
  • National competition record

    1 Voluntarily relegated

    Current squad

    ...as of February 4, 2012 Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.


    ACF Milan Wikipedia

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