UEFA Women’s Champions League

Europe's Premier Women's Football Extravaganza

The UEFA Women's Champions League annually features Europe's top women's football clubs, breaking stereotypes and highlighting women's excellence in football on par with men.

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Evolution of Excellence: The Path to Glory

Starting in 2001-2002 as the UEFA Women's Cup with 32 teams, it evolved into the UEFA Women's Champions League in 2009. Now with 62 teams, it's gained immense popularity, rivaling men's sports excitement.

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The Titans and Trailblazers

See giants like Olympique Lyonnais, FC Barcelona, and VfL Wolfsburg, with star-studded lineups including icons like Ada Hegerberg, Lieke Martens, and Pernille Harder, ensuring electrifying Women's Champions League matches.

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Navigating the Road to Glory

The tournament has two stages: qualification and knockout. Teams compete in qualification rounds, with winners advancing. Quarter-finals, semi-finals, and the final are two-legged duels, with aggregate scores deciding the victor.

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Quest for Greatness: The Journey to Qualify

Teams vie for UEFA Women’s Champions League slots through their domestic leagues. The number of qualifiers depends on a country's league coefficient ranking, ensuring a fierce battle for the coveted spots.

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Honoring Excellence: The Glittering Prizes

Recognizing brilliance with Player of the Match, Top Scorer, and Goalkeeper of the Tournament awards. The champion seizes the majestic UEFA Women’s Champions League trophy, reigning supreme for a year before the next conquest.

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Tales of Triumph and Glory

Legendary feats, like Olympique Lyonnais’ five consecutive titles (2015-2019) and FC Barcelona's historic final appearance in the 2020-2021 season, etch unforgettable moments in Women’s Champions League history.

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Stay Connected and Watch the Action

New to women's football? Dive deep into the world of the UEFA Women’s Champions League by exploring the official UEFA Website, women’s football news websites, social media, TV broadcasts, and podcasts.

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