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Women's Serie A
Sport Ice hockey
Founded 1990
No. of teams 5
Country(ies) Flag of Italy.svg Italy
Most recent champion(s) EV Bozen 84 Eagles
Most championship(s) HC Agordo (10)

The Serie A is the top level of women's ice hockey in Italy. It was founded in 1990. The most successful team is HC Agordo, having won ten league titles.

A second level league, the Women's Serie B, was contested between 1999 and 2001. The 1999-2000 winner was Bolzano 2.

ChampionsEdit

  • 1990–91 Alleghe Femminile
  • 1991–92 HC Agordo
  • 1992–93 HC Agordo
  • 1993–94 HC Agordo
  • 1994–95 Alleghe Femminile
  • 1995–96 HC Agordo
  • 1996–97 HC Eagles Bolzano
  • 1997–98 HC Eagles Bolzano
  • 1998–99 HC Eagles Bolzano
  • 1999–2000 HC Eagles Bolzano
  • 2000–01 HC Agordo
  • 2001–02 HC Agordo
  • 2002–03 HC Agordo
  • 2003–04 HC Eagles Bolzano
  • 2004–05 HC Eagles Bolzano
  • 2005–06 HC Eagles Bolzano
  • 2006–07 HC Agordo
  • 2007–08 HC Agordo
  • 2008–09 HC Agordo
  • 2009–10 EV Bozen 84 Eagles
  • 2010–11 EV Bozen 84 Eagles
  • 2011–12 EV Bozen 84 Eagles
  • 2012–13 EV Bozen 84 Eagles
  • 2013–14 EV Bozen 84 Eagles
  • 2014–15 EV Bozen 84 Eagles
  • 2015–16 EV Bozen 84 Eagles

External linksEdit


Women's European Leagues
International leagues

Elite Women's Hockey League - EWHL Super Cup - Low Countries Cup

National leagues

Austria - Belgium - Bulgaria - Croatia - Czech Republic - Denmark - Estonia - Finland - France - Germany - Great Britain - Hungary - Iceland - Italy - Kazakhstan - Latvia - Netherlands - Norway - Poland - Romania - Russia - Slovakia - Slovenia - Spain - Sweden - Switzerland - Turkey

Defunct leagues

Interliga

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