The Portuguese Football Federation are using May's UEFA Women's Champions League final in Lisbon as a springboard to nurture the development of the women's game.
UEFA 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's incredible record
Silvia Neid, who will step down as Germany coach in 2016, has been part of all eight of their UEFA Women's EURO triumphs. She looks back at those wins from 1989–2013.
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.
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 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'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.
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.
Women's U19 qualifying updates
Our MatchCentre has the latest as 48 teams vie for 24 elite round slots. Through so far: Hungary, Czech Republic, Sweden, Belgium, Austria, Netherlands, Republic of Ireland, England, Norway, Portugal, France, Italy, Germany, Iceland, Denmark, Slovakia, Serbia, Poland, Russia, Finland.
Qualifying round updates
Through to elite round: Sweden, Russia, England, Scotland, Switzerland, Poland, Austria, Portugal, Hungary, Norway, Serbia, Belgium, France, Denmark, Republic of Ireland, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Spain, Iceland, Greece, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Israel.