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Women's Champions League

Neulengbach redemption, Tyresö forge on

"The first game was terrible, but 0-0 is a very good result for us," SV Neulenbach coach Johannes Uhlig said, while Tyresö FF looked forward to meeting English opponents in the last four.

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  • Women's Champions League
    Neulengbach redemption, Tyresö forge on

    Neulengbach make amends

    "The first game was terrible, but 0-0 is a very good result for us," SV Neulenbach coach Johannes Uhlig said, while Tyresö FF looked forward to meeting English opponents in the last four.
  • Women's Champions League
    Moore and Potter: Birmingham can beat Arsenal

    Blues' sights on Arsenal

    Birmingham City LFC lost four times to Arsenal LFC last term but as the Gunners visit St Andrew's in the last eight, midfielders Jade Moore and Jo Potter think fortunes will change.
  • Women's Champions League
    Nobbs rewarded by Arsenal decision

    Nobbs realises dream

    Jordan Nobbs left her local club Sunderland WFC at just 17 to pursue her dream in London with Arsenal LFC – and now a senior England player she is pleased she did.
  • UEFA Women's EURO
    Sweden's legacy from Women's EURO

    Sweden's lasting legacy

    UEFA.com's look back at the finals concludes by asking Victoria Sandell Svensson and other key Swedish figures about the legacy that the tournament will leave there.
  • UEFA Women's EURO
    Neid on Germany's Women's EURO triumphs

    Neid on Germany's triumphs

    Silvia Neid has been part of all eight of Germany's UEFA Women's EURO triumphs as player, assistant or head coach. She looks back at those wins from 1989 to 2013.
  • Women's Under-17
    Martínez: Youth tournaments crucial

    Martínez on youth finals

    Former Mexican international and Germany women's youth coach Vanessa Martínez tells UEFA.com about the value of tournaments like the Women's Under-17 Championship.
  • Women's Grassroots
    A year in women's football development

    A year in women's football

    UEFA.com has had a busy year charting the growth of women's football, casting the spotlight on schemes from Montenegro to Northern Ireland. Here we highlight a few that stood out.
  • Best Women's Player in Europe
    Angerer wins Best Women's Player award

    Angerer voted Europe's best

    Germany goalkeeper Nadine Angerer is the inaugural winner of the UEFA Best Women's Player in Europe Award for the season 2012/13 after topping the journalists' vote.
  • Montenegro
    Montenegro's splendid women's football drive

    Montenegro's women's drive

    Starting from scratch, the Football Federation of Montenegro has made huge efforts to develop women's football, with domestic competitions and national teams now flourishing.
  • Women's football
    Women's game growing in Cyprus

    UEFA programme aiding development

    With women's football growing year on year across Europe, Cyprus is one of the latest countries to make it a priority, aided by UEFA's women's football development programme.

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  • Birmingham to keep it tight against Tyresö

    Birmingham to keep it tight against Tyresö

    Birmingham City LFC manager David Parker knows Tyresö FF will pose a "massive threat" in Saturday's semi-final first leg but has confidence in his young squad.
    18/04/20142:10
  • Potsdam and Wolfsburg chase final place

    Potsdam and Wolfsburg chase final place

    While German rivals 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam and VfL Wolfsburg wish they were meeting in a final rather than semi, both teams agree an exciting tie is in prospect.
    18/04/20142:10
  • Road to the semi-finals

    Road to the semi-finals

    The semi-finals begin on Saturday and you can watch the highlights of how 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam, VfL Wolfsburg, Birmingham City LFC and Tyresö FF made the last four.
    17/04/20142:10
  • Birmingham bask in 'historic' Arsenal win

    Birmingham bask in 'historic' Arsenal win

    "We have made club history today," Kirsty Linnett told UEFA.com as Birmingham City LFC progressed past Arsenal LFC who, Kelly Smith conceded, were outplayed.
    30/03/20142:15
  • Youthful Birmingham beat Arsenal to semis

    Youthful Birmingham beat Arsenal to semis

    Arsenal LFC 0-2 Birmingham City LFC (agg: 0-3)
    Kirsty Linnett and Remi Allen scored to take Birmingham into their first semi-final against Tyresö FF.
    30/03/20142:15
  • Potsdam overwhelm Torres to progress

    Potsdam overwhelm Torres to progress

    1. FFC Turbine Potsdam 4-1 ASD Torres CF (agg: 12-1)
    Ada Hegerberg weighed in with two goals from the bench as the German outfit set up a semi-final showdown with VfL Wolfsburg.
    30/03/20141:48
  • Neulengbach redemption, Tyresö forge on

    Neulengbach redemption, Tyresö forge on

    "The first game was terrible, but 0-0 is a very good result for us," SV Neulenbach coach Johannes Uhlig said, while Tyresö FF looked forward to meeting English opponents in the last four.
    29/03/20141:37
  • Neulengbach stalemate suits Tyresö

    Neulengbach stalemate suits Tyresö

    SV Neulengbach 0-0 Tyresö FF (agg: 1-8)
    Austria's champions bowed out with heads held high after making some amends for a miserable first-leg showing.
    29/03/20141:37
  • Birmingham realise dream against Arsenal

    Birmingham realise dream against Arsenal

    Birmingham City LFC debutants Remi Allen and Jess Carter delighted in the 1-0 defeat of an Arsenal LFC side Casey Stoney says must improve on Sunday.
    25/03/20141:32
  • Allen gives Birmingham edge against Arsenal

    Allen gives Birmingham edge against Arsenal

    Birmingham City 1-0 Arsenal
    A 26th-minute strike from debutant Remi Allen earned Birmingham a deserved quarter-final first-leg edge against their English rivals.
    24/03/20141:32
  • Potsdam crush Torres in eight-goal display

    Potsdam crush Torres in eight-goal display

    ASD Torres CF 0-8 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam
    The visitors all but secured their place in the last four after posting an emphatic victory in this quarter-final opener.
    23/03/20142:09
  • Quarter-finals get going

    Quarter-finals get going

    The quarter-finals begin on Sunday with VfL Wolfsburg hosting FC Barcelona among three first legs before Birmingham City LFC meet Arsenal LFC on Monday.
    21/03/20143:02
  • Moore and Potter: Birmingham can beat Arsenal

    Moore and Potter: Birmingham can beat Arsenal

    Birmingham City LFC lost four times to Arsenal LFC last term but as the Gunners visit St Andrew's in the last eight, midfielders Jade Moore and Jo Potter think fortunes will change.
    16/03/20143:17
  • Powell reflects on 15-year England reign

    Powell reflects on 15-year England reign

    Hope Powell ended her 15-year reign as England manager after the "bad point" of UEFA Women's EURO 2013. She looks back over her huge achievements since 1998.
    12/02/20143:31
  • Nobbs rewarded by Arsenal decision

    Nobbs rewarded by Arsenal decision

    Jordan Nobbs left her local club Sunderland WFC at just 17 to pursue her dream in London with Arsenal LFC – and now a senior England player she is pleased she did.
    20/01/20142:41
  • Bernhard: Germany never gave up

    Bernhard: Germany never gave up

    Anouschka Bernhard hailed the spirit of her Germany players after they came from behind to beat Spain on penalties and claim the UEFA European Women's U17 Championship title.
    08/12/20132:33
  • Germany edge Spain from the spot to clinch title

    Germany edge Spain from the spot to clinch title

    Germany 1-1 Spain (Germany win 3-1 on penalties)
    Vivien Brandt made a pair of saves in the shoot-out as Germany recovered from Patricia Guijarro's early opener to secure their fourth title.
    08/12/20130:36
  • Sbardella extols Italy's collective strength

    Sbardella extols Italy's collective strength

    Italy coach Enrico Sbardella paid tribute to his side's "maturity" after they finished third by edging England 4-3 on penalties, with Lois Fidler philosophical in defeat.
    08/12/20132:18
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