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  • Glasgow joy after historic win

    Goalscorer Joanne Love and manager Eddie Wolecki Black told UEFA.com of their delight after Glasgow City FC scored twice in the last nine minutes to become the first Scottish team to reach the UEFA Women's Champions League quarter-finals.
  • Popp's finishing masterclass

    VfL Wolfsburg's German international striker, Alex Popp, offers you her advice on how to score when you are running at goal at speed.
  • Watch Arsenal win Women's Cup

    See the highlights of the 2007 UEFA Women's Cup final as Arsenal LFC became the first English side to lift the trophy with victory against Umeå IK.
  • Fishlock surprise at ease of win

    1. FFC Frankfurt’s Jessica Fishlock told UEFA.com that she “expected it to be more difficult” after her side gained a 5-0 advantage from their tie against ASD Torres Femminile Sassari.
  • Alushi on Paris-Lyon

    Paris Saint-Germain goalscorer Fatmire Alushi admitted “it’s not easy to play against Lyon” after her side’s 1-1 first-leg result against Olympique Lyonnais meant that they will need to score at least once when they travel to their French rivals on Wednesday.
  • 2004: Marta magic earns Umeå glory

    Watch highlights of the 2004 final as Brazilian sensation Marta announced herself as a great in the making as Umeå IK became the first club to retain the UEFA Women’s Cup.
  • Horan looks ahead to Lyon clash

    After scoring the only goal in the second leg to secure a 3-1 aggregate win for Paris Saint-Germain against FC Twente, Lindsey Horan told UEFA.com that she expects a “great game” in the last-16 when her side faces an all-French test against Olympique Lyonnais.
  • Glasgow joy at last-16 spot

    Glasgow City FC’s Denise O’Sullivan told UEFA.com that the Scottish side always “believed” that they could beat KKPK Medyk Konin, while coach Eddie Wolecki Black admitted they had “made it hard” for themselves in their win after extra-time.
  • Highlights: Duisburg's 2009 glory

    Watch the highlights of the last edition of the UEFA Women's Cup as FCR 2001 Duisburg overcame Zvezda-2005 in 2009.
  • Kessler wins Best Player award

  • Lisbon final reaps benefits

    We find out how the staging of the final of the UEFA Women's Champions League final in Lisbon will have long-lasting positive effects on women's football in Portugal.
  • Edmondson praises Watt quality

    Bristol Academy WFC coach Dave Edmondson praises Nikki Watt's 'real quality' after his side's progression to the UEFA Women's Champions League quarter-finals at the expense of FC Barcelona.
  • Schelin surprise after Lyon win

    After a fruitful start to their campaign against ACF Brescia, Lotta Schelin told UEFA.com of her surprise at the ease of Olympique Lyonnais’ 5-0 victory.
  • Liverpool’s debut delight

    Liverpool LFC manager Matthew Beard and Linköpings FC goalkeeper Kathlynn Fraine spoke to UEFA.com after the English side won the first leg of their round of 32 tie 2-1.
  • Raheny ready for Bristol test

    After qualifying for the last 32 for the first time, Raheny United FC captain Rebecca Creagh looks ahead to the club’s match against Bristol Academy WFC.
 
 

Standings

Qualifying round

Qualifying round

Group 1

TeamsPPts
FC Zürich Frauen Zürich37
Konak Belediyespor Konak36
FC Minsk Minsk34
Rīgas Futbola skola Rīgas Futbola skola30
 
 

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