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  • ‘Sky is the limit’ for Birmingham

    Birmingham City LFC’s Karen Carney said that “the sky is the limit” after her side upset Arsenal LFC to make it into the semi-finals of the UEFA Women’s Champions League for the first time, while Arsenal’s Kelly Smith admitted that the “better team” had won.
  • Marta following her dreams

    One of the greatest female footballers of all-time, Brazilian star Marta reveals her inspirations and how she fought against adversity to reach the top levels of the game.
  • Last-four place ‘special’ for Potsdam

    1. FFC Turbine Potsdam’s Tabea Kemme and Lia Wälti said that making the semi-finals of the UEFA Women’s Champions League was “special”, while ASD Torres CF were pleased with an improved display in the second leg against the German club.
  • Tyresö look ahead to semi-final

    "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.
  • Popp's guide to shooting on the run

    VfL Wolfsburg's German international striker, Alex Popp, offers you her advice on how to score when you are running at goal at speed.
  • Birmingham enjoying the limelight

    Ahead of Birmingham City LFC’s UEFA Women’s Champions League quarter-final debut, Jade Moore and Jo Potter tell UEFA.com why they’re confident they can overcome domestic rivals Arsenal LFC.
  • Wolfsburg joy at debut trophy win

    UEFA.com caught up with Martina Müller after her goal gave VfL Wolfsburg the UEFA Women’s Champions League in London with a 1-0 win over holders Olympique Lyonnais. Lena Goessling also gave her reaction
  • The making of Rachel Yankey

    England women's legend Rachel Yankey reveals her "love of the game" and how she started out as a young girl for London grassroots club Mill Hill United.
  • Goessling ready to go again for Wolfsburg

    Having never previously won a major senior honour, Lena Goessling took everything going in 2013 and is now aiming to inspire VfL Wolfsburg to a repeat European success.
  • Tyresö set sights on Champions League glory

    With an all-star team including Brazil’s Marta and Spanish import Verónica Boquete, Swedish champions Tyresö FF have lofty targets ahead of their debut UEFA Women’s Champions League campaign.
  • Delight for ‘proud’ Birmingham

    Birmingham City LFC’s Jessica Carter told UEFA.com of her pride after their 1-0 UEFA Women’s Champions League quarter-final first leg win against fellow English side Arsenal LFC, while the losing side’s Casey Stoney admitted the London outfit had “underperformed massively”.
  • Potsdam surprise at 8-0 success

    1. FFC Turbine Potsdam coach Bernd Schröder admitted that he “didn’t expect” the margin of his team’s UEFA Women’s Champions League victory against ASD Torres CF to be as clear as it was after they won 8-0 in the quarter-final first leg, while Torres’ Manuela Teese remained pleased at achieving the club’s aim of the last-eight.
  • Quarter-finals get going

    The quarter-finals begin on Sunday with holders VfL Wolfsburg hosting FC Barcelona among three first legs before Monday's all-English tie between Birmingham City LFC and Arsenal LFC.
  • Nobbs rewarded by Arsenal decision

    Jordan Nobbs left her local club Sunderland WFC at just 17 to pursue her football dream in London with Arsenal LFC – and now a senior England player she is pleased she did.
  • Potsdam delight at Lyon scalp

    “Something special” was how Stefanie Draws described FFC Turbine Potsdam’s away goals victory over Olympique Lyonnais, with her coach Bernd Schröder equally delighted with his team’s progression to the quarter-finals of the UEFA Women’s Champions League. Camille Abily and Patrice Lair also gave their reaction to UEFA.com.
 

Standings

Qualifying round

Qualifying round

Group 1

TeamsPPts
Konak Belediyespor Konak39
WFC SFK 2000 Sarajevo Sarajevo36
FC NSA Sofia NSA Sofia33
Cardiff City FC Cardiff30

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