With Serie A currently taking a short break due to international fixtures, we decided it was time to dig deeper into the statistics from Roma Women's first-ever season in professional football...
With not long left to go in their inaugural campaign, Betty Bavagnoli's side currently sit a creditable fourth in Serie A, and are also in the semi-finals of the Coppa Italia.
In the league the side have played 17 games (out of 22), winning 10, drawing two and losing five. The side have scored 35 goals, conceding 20.
Serie A standings: Juventus 44, Fiorentina 43, Milan 39, Roma 32, Atalanta Mozzanica 23, Florentia 23, Sassuolo 19, Tavagnacco 17, Verona 16, Chievo 16, Bari 11, Orobica 5.
In the Coppa Italia, Roma will face Fiorentina in the semi-finals, having beaten Orobica and Roma Calcio Femminile to get to this stage.
Coppa Italia, Roma-Fiorentina, Wed 13 March (13:00)
Serie A: Chievo-Roma, Sat 16 March, (14:30)
Roma have scored 47 goals so far this season in all competitions - averaging 2.35 goals per game. Roma have only failed to score in four games: away to Verona at the start of the season, both games against Juventus, and the home meeting with Fiorentina.
The side have conceded 25 goals in total.
How the goals have been scored
30 of the 47 goals scored by the Giallorosse have come in the second half - and 20 of those in the final 30 minutes.
Between the hour-mark and 75 minutes is when Roma have been most at risk; conceding eight goals in that period.
Roma have kept five clean sheets so far: two at home (Orobica and Fiorentina) and 3 away (Mozzanica, Tavagnacco, Pink Bari).
A total of 14 different players have scored for the side so far this season, 12 of them in the league. Meanwhile 17 players have been involved in at least goal, either by scoring or providing an assist.
Vittoria più larga: Roma-Chievo 7-1
Sconfitta più pesante: Roma-Juventus 0-4
An impressive five times the Giallorossi have come from behind to secure a positive result in their games - and on four of those five occasions they have won from losing positions.
The side's longest winning streak to date - and they've done it twice. Indeed, the side are currently on a four-match winning run, meaning they could yet set a new record when they next take to the pitch.
Leading the appearances
Here are the five players that coach Bavagnoli has turned to most so far this season:
Elisa Bartoli (1710 minutes)
Annamaria Serturini (1585)
Rosalia Pipitone (1530)
Giada Greggi (1434)
Claudia Ciccotti (1370)
In terms of appearances, Annamaria Serturini is the only player to have appeared in every single match to date.
Captain Elisa Bartoli had played every single minute of every single match, prior to missing the last game - a Coppa Italia victory over Roma CF.
Annamaria Serturini is the top scorer for the side so far this season - having scored nine goals in total (eight in the league).
With three assists, she also leads the overall chats for goal involvement. Giada Greggi sits second in this regard, with four goals and four assists to her name.
Our top goalscorers:
9 - Annamaria Serturini
5 - Martina Piemonte
4 - Agnese Bonfantini, Giada Greggi, Flaminia Simonetti, Vanessa Bernauer, Elisa Bartoli.
Roma Women play their home games at Stadio Tre Fontane. Matches are free for fans to attend!