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UEFA Women's Champions League: Bristol Academy WFC - 1. FFC Frankfurt Match press kits

UEFA Women's Champions League - 2014/15 SeasonMatch press kits

Bristol Academy WFCBristol Academy WFCAshton Gate - BristolSaturday 21 March 2015
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Quarter-finals, First leg
1. FFC Frankfurt1. FFC Frankfurt
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Previous meetings Only this chapter

Head to Head

No UEFA competition matches have been played between these two teams

Bristol Academy WFC - Record versus clubs from opponents' country

Bristol Academy WFC have not played against a club from their opponents' country

1. FFC Frankfurt - Record versus clubs from opponents' country

UEFA Women's Champions League
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
21/04/2012SF1. FFC Frankfurt - Arsenal Ladies FC2-0
agg: 4-1
Frankfurt am MainMarozsán 60, Landström 85
15/04/2012SFArsenal Ladies FC - 1. FFC Frankfurt1-2
BorehamwoodGrant 69; Crnogorčević 64, Garefrekes 90+3
UEFA Women's Champions League
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
13/10/20072QR (GS)1. FFC Frankfurt - Everton LFC2-1
BierbeekPrinz 28, Pohlers 90+2; Williams 3
UEFA Women's Champions League
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
15/10/2005QF1. FFC Frankfurt - Arsenal Ladies FC3-1
agg: 4-2
Frankfurt am MainLingor 20 (P), Garefrekes 43, Smisek 54; Grant 11
08/10/2005QFArsenal Ladies FC - 1. FFC Frankfurt1-1BarnetSanderson 45; Smisek 23
UEFA Women's Champions League
DateStageMatchResultVenueGoalscorers
30/11/2003QFFulham LFC - 1. FFC Frankfurt1-4
agg: 2-7
WokingBird 80; Prinz 50, Wunderlich 82, Barucha 84, 90
02/11/2003QF1. FFC Frankfurt - Fulham LFC3-1
Frankfurt am MainKliehm 7, Albertz 58, Prinz 70; McArthur 10
HomeAwayFinalTotal
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Team facts Only this chapter

Bristol Academy WFC
Formed: 1998 (as Bristol Rovers WFC)
Nickname: Vixens

UEFA club competition honours (runners-up in brackets)
• none

Domestic honours (most recent triumph in brackets)
None

Competition record
2013/14:
did not take part
2012/13:
did not take part
2011/12:
round of 32
2010/11:
did not take part
2009/10:
did not take part
2008/09:
did not take part
2007/08:
did not take part
2006/07:
did not take part
2005/06:
did not take part
2004/05:
did not take part
2003/04: did not take part
2002/03:
did not take part
2001/02: did not take part

Records
UEFA club competition
• Biggest home win
2-1: Bristol Academy v Raheny United
16/10/2014, round of 32 second leg

• Biggest away win
0-4: Raheny United v Bristol Academy
09/10/2014, round of 32 first leg

• Heaviest home defeat
N/A

• Heaviest away defeat
4-2:
FC Energy Voronezh v Bristol Academy
05/10/2011, round of 32 second leg

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1. FFC Frankfurt
Formed: 1998

UEFA club competition honours
• Winners 2002, 2006, 2008

Domestic honours (most recent triumph in brackets)
• German league 7 (2008)
• German Cup 9 (2014)

Competition record
2013/14:
did not take part
2012/13:
did not take part
2011/12:
runners-up
2010/11:
did not take part
2009/10:
did not take part
2008/09:
quarter-finals
2007/08:
winners
2006/07:
quarter-finals
2005/06:
winners
2004/05:
did not take part
2003/04: runners-up
2002/03:
semi-finals
2001/02: winners

Records
UEFA club competition
• Biggest home win
18-0: Frankfurt v College SC
07/10/2001, group stage

• Biggest away win
1-8: Athletic Club BFKEB v Frankfurt
25/08/2003, group stage

• Heaviest home defeat
0-5: Frankfurt v Umeå IK
05/06/2004, final second leg

• Heaviest away defeat
3-0:
Umeå IK v Frankfurt
08/05/2004, final first leg

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Squad list Only this chapter

Match officials Only this chapter

Referee

Fixtures and results Only this chapter

Bristol Academy WFCFixtures and results
DateCompetitionOpponentResultGoalscorers
09/10/2014UWCLRaheny United FC (A)W 4-0Harding 29, 78, Watts 90+2 (P), Natalia 90+4
16/10/2014UWCLRaheny United FC (H)W 2-1Natalia 50, James 59
08/11/2014UWCLFC Barcelona (A)W 1-0Corredera 26 (og)
13/11/2014UWCLFC Barcelona (H)D 1-1Watts 83 (P)
21/03/2015UWCL1. FFC Frankfurt (H)
29/03/2015UWCL1. FFC Frankfurt (A)
02/04/2015LeagueChelsea LFC (H)
15/04/2015LeagueArsenal Ladies FC (A)
18/04/2015LeagueSunderland WFC (A)
25/04/2015LeagueNotts County LFC (H)
29/04/2015LeagueBirmingham City LFC (A)
09/05/2015LeagueArsenal Ladies FC (H)
12/07/2015LeagueChelsea LFC (A)
18/07/2015LeagueManchester City FC (H)
25/07/2015LeagueSunderland WFC (H)
05/08/2015LeagueNotts County LFC (A)
22/08/2015LeagueLiverpool Ladies FC (A)
05/09/2015LeagueBirmingham City LFC (H)
27/09/2015LeagueManchester City FC (A)
04/10/2015LeagueLiverpool Ladies FC (H)

Goalscorer data only available for UEFA competition matches

1. FFC FrankfurtFixtures and results
DateCompetitionOpponentResultGoalscorers
31/08/2014LeagueFC Bayern München (A)D 1-1
07/09/2014LeagueMSV Duisburg (H)W 6-0
21/09/2014League1. FFC Turbine Potsdam (A)L 1-2
24/09/2014LeagueSC Sand (H)W 3-0
01/10/2014LeagueFF USV Jena (A)W 2-1
05/10/2014LeagueHerforder SV (H)W 6-1
08/10/2014UWCLFC BIIK-Kazygurt (A)D 2-2Verónica Boquete 66, Marozsán 85
12/10/2014LeagueSGS Essen (A)W 3-1
16/10/2014UWCLFC BIIK-Kazygurt (H)W 4-0Marozsán 40, Garefrekes 73, Šašić 75, 90+3
19/10/2014LeagueBayer 04 Leverkusen (H)W 3-0
05/11/2014LeagueSC Freiburg (H)W 7-0
09/11/2014UWCLASD Torres Femminile Sassari (H)W 5-0Šašić 7, 31, Garefrekes 15, Verónica Boquete 19, Laudehr 45+1 (P)
12/11/2014UWCLASD Torres Femminile Sassari (A)W 4-0Marozsán 33, Piacezzi 41 (og), Šašić 45, 88
16/11/2014LeagueTSG 1899 Hoffenheim (A)W 7-1
30/11/2014LeagueVfL Wolfsburg (A)L 0-2
07/12/2014LeagueFC Bayern München (H)L 1-2
14/12/2014LeagueMSV Duisburg (A)W 4-0
15/02/2015League1. FFC Turbine Potsdam (H)W 5-1
22/02/2015LeagueSC Sand (A)W 2-1
01/03/2015LeagueFF USV Jena (H)W 4-1
15/03/2015LeagueHerforder SV (A)
18/03/2015LeagueSGS Essen (H)
21/03/2015UWCLBristol Academy WFC (A)
29/03/2015UWCLBristol Academy WFC (H)
12/04/2015LeagueBayer 04 Leverkusen (A)
19/04/2015LeagueSC Freiburg (A)
26/04/2015LeagueTSG 1899 Hoffenheim (H)
10/05/2015LeagueVfL Wolfsburg (H)

Goalscorer data only available for UEFA competition matches

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Competition facts Only this chapter

Competition history / facts

• At its meeting in Paris on 23 May 2000, the UEFA Executive Committee approved the proposal to introduce a European Women's club competition, and thus the UEFA Women's Cup for national league champions came into being.

• For 2009/10 the competition was relaunched as the UEFA Women's Champions League, also allowing entry to the runners-up from the eight top-ranked nations.

• In the first final on 23 May 2002, 1. FFC Frankfurt beat Umeå IK 2-0 with two Steffi Jones goals in the Waldstadion.

• Frankfurt were to pick up further wins in 2006 and 2008. Umeå triumphed in 2003 and 2004 and also lost the 2007 and 2008 finals. A second German team, 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam, took the trophy in 2005. Arsenal LFC won in 2007.

• In 2009 two debutants reached the final, with another German club, FCR 2001 Duisburg, defeating Russia's Zvezda-2005 to emulate both Frankfurt and Potsdam in winning the trophy at their first attempt. Duisburg won the first leg in Russia 6-0 and drew their home leg 1-1 in front of a competition record 28,112 crowd at the MSV Arena.

• In 2009/10 the competition became the UEFA Women's Champions League, with the final be played as a one-off fixture in the same city as the men's UEFA Champions League final, two nights before.

•  Winners so far have been 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam (2010 at Getafe CF), Olympique Lyonnais (2011 at Fulham FC, 2012 at Munich Olympiastadion) and VfL Wolfsburg (2013 at Chelsea FC and 2014 in Lisbon).

Women's football in UEFA

• UEFA first became involved in women's football in 1971 when a motion was passed urging national associations to take responsibility for the female game in their countries.

• The first competitive fixture in a UEFA women's competition was played on 18 August 1982 in Vammala when Finland were beaten 6-0 by Sweden in the opening game of qualifying for the UEFA European Competition for Representative Women's Teams. Sweden were to win the final in 1984.

• For the 1991 edition the competition was relaunched as the UEFA Women's Championship.

• The final was played over two legs in 1984. Between 1987 and 1993 there was a four-team knockout final tournament, before a one-off final in 1995. In 1997, 2001 and 2005 there was an eight-team final tournament played every four years, expanded to 12 in 2009. The 2017 final tournament in the Netherlands will include 16 teams.

• From 16 competitors in the 1984 edition, the 2013 tournament began with 45 entrants.

• Germany won in 1989, 1991, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2005, 2009 and 2013. Other than Sweden in 1984, the only other winners were Norway in 1987 and 1993.

National youth teams

• The UEFA European Women's Under-18 Championship was launched in 1997/98 and has run annually ever since, altering to an U19 event in 2001/02. Germany have secured six wins (2000, 2001, 2002, 2006, 2007, 2011) while other champions have been Denmark (1998), Sweden (1999 and 2012), France (2003, 2010 and 2013), Spain (2004), Russia (2005), Italy (2008), England (2009) and the Netherlands (2014). Israel will stage the 2015 finals this summer.

• In 2007/08 the first annual UEFA European Women's Under-17 Championship was held. The first six final tournaments were four-team knockout competition in UEFA's home town of Nyon, Switzerland, with Germany winning three times (2008, 2009, 2012), Spain twice (2010, 2011) and Poland taking the title in 2013.

• For 2013/14 the final tournament bacome an eight-team event held by pre-selected hosts. England staged the first of those from 28 November to 8 December 2013, won for the fourth time by Germany. There is a revertion to summer dates for 2014/15 (Iceland) and 2015/16 (Belarus).

Women's football development programme (WFDP)

• At its meeting in Prague in December 2010, the UEFA Executive Committee noted the huge growth in the female game on this continent, in both registered players and participation. It agreed to support a new development programme over the period until 2016 via UEFA's HatTrick assistance scheme on behalf of the UEFA member national associations.

• The WDFP envisages expansion at all levels of the sport throughout Europe. The guidance, expertise, advice and resources accompanying the project are intended to give UEFA and its national FAs the chance to put ambitious visions into practice, as well as allowing the associations to advance in accordance with their respective needs.

•  In addition, Steffi Jones, the German women's football great, has been appointed as ambassador for the UEFA WFDP. In this newly created post, Jones will work closely with the governing body to further cultivate women's football across the continent.

• UEFA has drawn up a list of values to fit its overall vision of the female game. It pledges to lead the development of all aspects of girls and women's football as a key priority and will endeavour to act as a role model by concrete action and by bringing women into governing positions.

• The chairwoman of the UEFA Women's Football Committee, Karen Espelund, became a full member of the UEFA Executive Committee in the spring of 2012.

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Legend

:: Squad list
No: number
DoB: date of birth
Qual: qualifying
FT: final tournament
Pld: played
Gls: goals
UWCLQ: UEFA Women's Champions League qualifiers
UWCL: UEFA Women's Champions League
All-time UEFA:
All games played in the UEFA Women's Champions League plus the qualifiers

:: Match officials
UEFA: Total matches officiated in all UEFA competitions including all qualifying round matches. Matches where the official has acted as the fourth official are not included in these statistics. These are the official statistics considered valid for communicating official records in the competition.

:: Group statistics/Tournament schedule
Pos: position
Pld: played
W: won
D: drawn
L: lost
GF: goals for
GA: goals against
Pts: points

:: NOTE: All-time statistics
Goals totals include the outcome of disciplinary decisions (eg. match forfeits when a 3-0 result is determined). Goals totals do not include goals scored from the penalty mark during a penalty shoot-out.

Competitions

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