UEFA Womens Champions League

Rosengård forward Anja Mittag became the first player to score 50 goals in UEFA womens club competition in the round of 32 but Lyons Ada Hegerberg is now in the top ten at age 22.

Holders Lyon and past winners Wolfsburg won comfortably in their round of 32 first legs as Chelsea secured a lead against Bayern and both Fiorentina and Ajax enjoyed their bows.

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Barcelona, Chelsea, Linköping, Manchester City, Montpellier, Slavia, Wolfsburg, and holders Lyon on Camille Abilys record-setting night have all booked their places in the 24 November quarter-final draw.

Holders Lyon will be up against Barcelona in Marchs quarter-finals while Chelsea face Montpellier, Wolfsburg meet Slavia and Manchester City play Linköping.

Chelsea and Rosengård players facing their old clubs, debutants against past winners and one rematch: our guide to this weeks UEFA Womens Champions League round of 16 ties.

UEFA has received declarations of interest from six member associations to host the finals of the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League and UEFA Womens Champions League.

Wednesday 20 September 2017 17.45CET

Budapests Ferencvros Stadium has been selected to host the 2019 UEFA Womens Champions League final, the first major international womens final in Hungary.

The knockout phase begins on Wednesday as the round of 32 is played with Lyon starting their bid for an unprecedented third straight title and Chelsea up against Bayern.

Chelsea edged out Bayern Mnchen, free-scoring Lyon and Wolfsburg completed round of 32 victories while Anja Mittag and the two Prague sides made competition history.

UEFAs Womens football across the national associations 2017 report shows how the female game has evolved over the past five years, and offers a snapshot of the sport in each of UEFAs 55 member associations.

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UEFA Womens Champions League holders Lyon face a trip to Kazakhstan while debutants Fiorentina meet two-time winners Wolfsburg after the round of 16 draw was made in Nyon.

Holders Lyon will be in the quarter-final draw streamed live at 13:30CET on Friday alongside Barcelona, Chelsea, Linköping, Manchester City, Montpellier, Slavia Praha and Wolfsburg: we introduce the contenders.

Six associations interested in hosting 2020 club finals

Lyon aim for an unprecedented third straight title while Fiorentina and Ajax make debuts as the round of 32 starts on Wednesday: we introduce the teams in the knockout phase.

Lyon, Wolfsburg, Barcelona and Manchester City all secured comfortable round of 16 first-leg away wins while Chelsea beat Rosengård and Montpellier produced a fine comeback at Brescia.

Switzerland will have two UEFA Womens Champions League entries for the first time in 2018/19 as we explain the entry system and match calendar for next season, with Budapest staging the final.

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