While the title race and the relegation battle are set to go to the very last day in Germany, things have already been wrapped up in Italy and Switzerland, where Sassari Torres and FC Zurich have won their respective league titles. In Sweden, meanwhile, three teams currently share top spot after the first seven rounds. Come with FIFA.com on a journey around European women's football's leagues.

Germany: Right down to the wire
The title has still not been decided, and fans will have to wait until the grand finale on 28 May. The 21st and penultimate round of matches saw Turbine Potsdam defeat FCR 2001 Duisburg 2-0 and give themselves every chance of retaining the title they won last year. Their nearest rivals VfL Wolfsburg kept up the chase with a tight 1-0 win over 1. FFC Frankfurt, which was cause for celebration already since it secured them second place in the league and a UEFA Women's Champions League spot. Bernd Schroder's Potsdam go into the final round of matches on 53 points, one ahead of VfL Wolfsburg and with a home match against Lokomotive Leipzig.

Things are just as tight at the other end of the table. In a relegation six-pointer, Leverkusen closed to within one point of their rivals FF USV Jena with a 3-2 win. 1. FC Lok Leipzig meanwhile had to be content with a 2-2 draw against DFB Cup winners Bayern Munich which leaves them in last place, a point behind Leverkusen and two adrift of safety.
Top three: Turbine Potsdam (53 points), VfL Wolfsburg (52), FCR Duisburg (45)
Bottom three: FF USV Jena (15), Bayer 04 Leverkusen (14), Lok Leipzig (13)

Switzerland: Zurich do the double

After FC Basle's men did the league and cup double, FC Zurich's women followed suit. Having already won the Swiss Cup, FCZ added the league title to their trophy cabinet some four matches before the end of the season. Coach Dorjee Tsawa's charges defeated BSC Young Boys 2-1 whilst their closest rivals SC Kriens lost 3-2 to FC Staad. Fabienne Humm and Manuela Zurcher scored the goals that shot FCZ to the 16th league title in their history. And despite the fact that they already had the championship sown up, the Zurich women certainly did not take their feet off the pedal, thrashing FC Yverdon Féminin 5-1 in the following round of matches.
Top three: FC Zurich (40), SC Kriens (29), FC Staad (27)

Italy: Sassari Torres take sole possession of title record
The Serie A championship has also been decided, with Sassari Torres CF edging out ASD Bardolino on the final day. A 2-2 draw against Mozzanica CF was enough for coach Salvatore Arca's team to secure the title – the club's sixth in total, which puts them in sole possession of greatest number of Serie A championships. Striker Patrizia Panico notched 28 goals for the champions who have qualified for the UEFA Champions League next season and also have their eyes on a league and cup double. They meet Napoli in the semi-finals of the Coppa Italia, while UPC Tavagnacco will take on ACF Brescia.
Top three: Sassari Torres (66), ASD Bardolino (64), UPC Tavagnacco (62)

Sweden: Tight at the top
Tyreso FF, LdB FC Malmo and Vittsjo GIK are neck and neck at the top of the Damallsvenskan, though Malmo will be disappointed that they are not in sole possession of first place after losing 2-0 to AIK Solna. Tyreso took over top spot on goal difference, despite losing 2-1 at home to Kristianstads DFF. These two defeats enabled Vittsjo to draw level at the top on 15 points thanks to their home win over Djurgardens IF DFF. Last season's runners-up Kopparbergs/Goteborg FC also pulled to within two points of the leading trio thanks to a win over Linkopings FC. At the other end of the table, AIK Solna and Djurgardens are fighting to avoid the wooden spoon.
Top three: Tyreso FF, LdB FC Malmo, Vittsjo GIK (15 points each)