Women's referee shortlist debuts in the Coppa Italia | Tweet
the italian Maria Sole Ferrieri Caputiwho was the first woman to arbitrate in A series, will lead this Tuesday the first female arbitration shortlist in Coppa Italia in the meeting between Napoli and Cremonese, to be held in the Diego Armando Maradona Stadium and corresponding to the Round of 16.
The protagonists -Ferreri Caputi, Tiziani Trasciatti and Francesca Di Monte– they already made history by being the first trio of women who refereed in Serie Bthe second category of Italian football.
👱♀️ Tomorrow's Naples – Cremonese arbitration panel will be made up of three women: Maria Sole Ferrieri Caputi, Tiziani Trasciatti and Francesca Di Monte.
It will be the first time this has happened in a Coppa Italia match. pic.twitter.com/sVncOUTgP5
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They did it on December 26, in the clash between the Frosinone and Ternana.
After three women delivered justice in B-series and that they have been designated in the Coppa with two teams from the highest category of Italian football, everything indicates that it will be this season in which Gianluca Rocchi, in charge of appointing matches to the referees, award the trio a Serie A match.
Ferrieri Caputi continues to mark milestones in calcium after it became the last October 2 in the first woman to referee in Serie Athus joining the German Bibiana Steinhaus and the French Stephanie Frappart in the small club of women who have achieved lead in the highest division of men's soccer.
(With information from EFE)
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