A.C.F. Milan

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Full name Associazione Calcio Femminile Milan
Nickname(s) Le Rossonere
Founded 1965
Dissolved 2013
Ground Stadio Sportivo , Milano
Chairman Francesco Crudo

ACF Milan (Associazione Calcio Femminile Milan) was a women's football club based in Milan. Founded in 1965, the team won the FFIGC championship in 1970 and 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[1].

After two years in Serie A2, Milan returned to Serie A for the 2011-12 season, but it couldn't avoid relegation[2]. In 2013 the team went into administration.

Honours

Titles

National competition record

Season Division Place Coppa Italia Supercup
1968 1 (UISP) 02nd
1969 1 (FICF) 09th
1970 1 (FFIGC) 01st
1972 1 (FICF) 10th
1973 1 (FIGCF) 01st
1974 1 05th
1975 1 01st Champion
1976 1 02nd Champion
1977 1 03rd
1978 1 06th
1979 1 05th
1980 1 03rd1
1981 3 01st
1982 3 (Gr. Lmb) 01st
1983 2 (Gr. A) 06th
1984 2 (Gr. A) 07th
1985 2 (Gr. B) 04th
1985–86 2 (Gr. A) 04th
1986–87 2 (Gr. A) 01st
1987–88 1 15th
1988–89 2 (Gr. A) 11th
1989–90 3 (Gr. Lmb) 01st
1990–91 2 (Gr. A) 07th
1991–92 2 (Gr. A) 04th
1992–93 2 (Gr. A) 04th
1993–94 2 (Gr. A) 01st
1994–95 1 11th
1995–96 1 10th
1996–97 1 04th
1997–98 1 04th Champion
1998–99 1 01st Champion
1999–00 1 02nd Finalist Champion
2000–01 1 04th Finalist
2001–02 1 06th
2002–03 1 08th
2003–04 1 03rd
2004–05 1 07th
2005–06 1 06th
2006–07 1 06th
2007–08 1 09th
2008–09 1 12th
2009–10 2 (Gr. A) 04th
2010–11 2 (Gr. A) 01st
2011–12 1 11th
2012–13 2 (Gr. A) 12th

1 Voluntarily relegated

References

  1. ^ List of Serie A tables in RSSSF.com
  2. ^ 2011-12 table Archived April 23, 2012, at the Wayback Machine. in Soccerway.com
  3. ^ "Italy - List of Women's Super Cup Finals". RSSSF. Retrieved 5 July 2014.


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