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UEFA Women's Champions League: Real Madrid CF - Breidablik Match press kits

UEFA Women's Champions League - 2021/22 SeasonMatch press kits

Real Madrid CFReal Madrid CFEstadio Alfredo Di Stéfano - MadridWednesday 13 October 2021
21.00CET (21.00 local time)
Group B - Matchday 2
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No UEFA competition matches have been played between these two teams

Real Madrid CF - Record versus clubs from opponents' country

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Breidablik - Record versus clubs from opponents' country

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Last updated 12/10/2021 14:40CET

Match background Only this chapter

Real Madrid, one of three newcomers to European competition in this season's tournament, will be aiming to keep up their winning start in Group B against Icelandic opponents Breidablik, the first from their nation to reach a major group stage in UEFA club football.

• Las Blancas had Lorena Navarro to thank for their narrow 1-0 Matchday 1 victory against Kharkiv, with her strike from close range just after the half-hour mark ultimately the difference.

• David Aznar's side enjoyed 70% possession in Kharkiv – with only Hoffenheim having more of the ball in all the opening round of group stage matches – but were unable to add to their tally, with Navarro, Athenea del Castillo and Caroline Møller all spurning opportunities to extend their lead.

• Breidablik made two-time UEFA Women’s Champions League runners-up Paris work for their 2-0 Matchday 1 success, with Grace Geyoro only doubling the visitors' advantage in the 89th minute.

Ones to watch: Real Madrid

Athenea del Castillo
• The 20-year-old was substituted in the 84th minute of the Matchday 1 victory against Kharkiv, having played the full match in both legs of the 2-1 aggregate qualifying Round 2 success against Manchester City.

• The forward made her Las Blancas debut in the 1-1 first leg home draw against the Cityzens on 31 August, having joined the club earlier in the summer from Deportivo.

• She netted nine league goals for the Galicia-based side last term, but was unable to help her team prevent relegation from the Primera División, as they finished 15th.

• The Spanish international, who made her senior La Roja debut last year, was part of their successful Under-19 side that won the 2018 UEFA Women's Championship in Switzerland.

Nahikari García
• The forward, who was the first Real Madrid signing of the summer when she joined in July from first club Real Sociedad, is one of six Las Blancas players to start all three of their matches in the competition so far this term (including qualifiers).

• The 24-year-old spent over seven seasons with the San Sebastián outfit, where she netted over 100 goals in all competitions.

• The forward scored the winning goal as Real Sociedad secured their first major honour, the 2019 Copa de la Reina, courtesy of a 2-1 victory against Atlético Madrid.

• The Spain international, who represented her country at the 2019 FIFA World Cup, was a runner-up with her country on five occasions at major tournaments at youth level.

Lorena Navarro
• The 20-year-old scored her side’s only goal in the 1-0 Matchday 1 success against Kharkiv, earning her the Player of the Match award.

• The Madrid-born attacker had four attempts against the Ukrainian side on 6 October, more than any other player in the match.

• The forward began her career with second-tier side Madrid CFF, before joining CD Tacón in 2016, who would later be rebranded as Las Blancas.

• She has been capped by Spain at youth level, scooping the UEFA Women's Under-17 Championship in 2015. She was a prolific scorer for that side, securing the golden boot at the 2016 FIFA Under-17 World Cup in Jordan, having also shared the top markswoman honours at the UEFA Women's Championship for that age group earlier that year.

Ones to watch: Breidablik

Agla María Albertsdóttir
• The 22-year-old mustered four attempts in the 2-0 Matchday 1 defeat to Paris, more than any other Breidablik player.

• She was the club's top scorer in the qualifying campaign, notching six strikes, including a hat-trick against Gintr, and also showed her eye for goal in the title-winning 2020 season, sharing the Icelandic top-flight golden boot with team-mate Sveindís Jane Jónsdóttir.

• The attacker is a product of the club's youth set-up but did not make the breakthrough into the senior side before a move to Valur in 2015. She joined Stjarnan a year later, returning to her first club in 2018.

• The Icelandic international represented her country at the 2017 Women's EURO in the Netherlands.

Selma Sól Magnúsdóttir
• The 23-year-old had played every minute of Breidablik's four matches in qualifying for the UEFA Women's Champions League prior to being an unused substitute for the reverse against Paris.

• She chipped in with three goals in the preliminaries ahead of this inaugural group stage, including a double strike in the 7-0 Round 1 semi-final qualifier against KÍ Klaksvík of the Faroe Islands.

• The midfielder made her debut for the reigning Icelandic champions way back in 2013 and has been a part of two title-winning seasons with the club, having spent the 2015 campaign on loan at Fylkir.

Karen Sigurgeirsdóttir
• The 20-year-old managed three shots in the 2-0 loss to Paris on Matchday 1, with only Albertsdóttir having more for the Icelandic outfit.

• The midfielder only signed for the reigning Úrvalsdeild kvenna champions from first club Thór/KA at the end of September, and made her Breidablik bow in the defeat against the side from the French capital.

• Capped by Iceland at youth level, she was named in a training camp for the seniors back in February this year but is yet to make her bow for the full national side.

Key stats
• This is Real Madrid's debut season in European competition, they are unbeaten so far (W2 D1).

• Real Madrid have won each of their last two UEFA Women’s Champions League matches 1-0.

• Real Madrid have scored once in each of their three UEFA Women's Champions League matches this season.

• Breidablik have lost only one of their last ten European matches outside of their own country.

• Breidablik have won the Icelandic championship a record 18 times.

• Breidablik reached the quarter-finals of the 2006/07 UEFA Women's Cup, losing to eventual champions Arsenal.

• Breidablik are the first team from Iceland to reach a major UEFA club competition group stage.


Squad list Only this chapter

Real Madrid CF - Squad list
Current seasonAll-time
1MisaESP22/07/199922 - 2-1-1-3-
24Méline GérardFRA30/05/199031 - ----8-8-
27Sofía FuenteESP14/03/200516 - --------
30Andrea RodríguezESP02/09/200318 - --------
2Kenti RoblesMEX15/02/199130 - 211-7-91
4Babett PeterGER12/05/198833 - 2-1-597637
5Ivana AndrésESP13/07/199427 - 2-1-1-3-
7Olga CarmonaESP12/06/200021 - 2-1-1-3-
15Claudia FlorentinoESP10/03/199823 - --1-1-1-
17Marta CorrederaESP08/08/199130 - --1-142142
18Lucía RodríguezESP24/05/199922 - 2-1-1-3-
20Rocío GálvezESP15/04/199724 - --1-5-5-
25PichiESP12/03/200318 - --------
31Carlota GarcimartínESP07/05/200417 - --------
33Clara Villanueva RuízESP02/02/200417 - --------
3Teresa AbelleiraESP09/01/200021 - 2-----2-
6Aurélie KaciFRA19/12/198931 - 2---371391
8Maite OrozESP25/03/199823 - ----2121
21Claudia ZornozaESP20/10/199030 - 211-5-71
29Marina SalasESP17/07/200120 - --------
32Dana Benítez OteroESP23/04/200417 - --------
9Kosovare AsllaniSWE29/07/198932 - 1---3674010
10Esther GonzalezESP08/12/199228 - 2---81101
11Marta CardonaESP26/05/199526 - --------
12Lorena NavarroESP11/11/200020 - --111111
14Nahikari GarcíaESP10/03/199724 - 2-1-1-3-
16Caroline MøllerDEN19/12/199822 - 2-1-123143
22Athenea del CastilloESP24/10/200020 - 2-1-1-3-
26AriESP25/05/200318 - --------
28Paula DuránESP02/03/200516 - --------
-David Aznar ChicharroESP09/03/198041 - 2-1-1-3-
Breidablik - Squad list
Current seasonAll-time
1Sonny ThrainsdóttirISL09/12/198634 - ----4-10-
12Telma ÍvarsdóttirISL30/03/199922 - 4-1-1-5-
55Birna KristjansdóttirISL05/05/198635 - ----2-2-
5Hafrún HalldórsdóttirISL01/10/200219 - 4-1-1-5-
8Heiðdís LillýardóttirISL28/02/199625 - 311-5-111
13Asta ÁrnadóttirISL23/08/199328 - 4-1-7-15-
18Kristín Dís ÁrnadóttirISL19/08/199922 - 4-1-6-13-
22Emilía HalldórsdóttirISL29/04/200417 - --------
24Hildur HákonardóttirISL07/05/200120 - ----2-51
4Bergþóra ÁsmundsdóttirISL28/01/200318 - ----1-2-
9Taylor ZiemerGER16/07/199823 - 411-1-51
11Alexandra SoreeBEL01/08/199823 - --1-1-1-
14Karen SigurgeirsdóttirISL22/06/200120 - --1-3-5-
17Karitas TómasdóttirISL19/09/199526 - 421-1-52
20Áslaug Munda GunnlaugsdóttirISL02/06/200120 - 21--4-92
21Hildur AntonsdóttirISL18/09/199526 - 421-9-194
23Vigdís Edda FriðriksdóttirISL31/08/199922 - 3-----3-
25Sara Svanhildur JóhannsdóttirISL19/09/200516 - --------
26Viktoría París SabidoISL09/06/200516 - --------
27Selma Sól MagnúsdóttirISL23/04/199823 - 43--3-116
7Agla Maria AlbertsdottirISL05/08/199922 - 461-9-179
15Vigdís Lilja KristjánsdóttirISL23/04/200516 - 3-1-1-4-
16Tiffany McCartyUSA14/12/199030 - 431-1-53
19Birta GeorgsdóttirISL23/08/200219 - 4-1-1-5-
-Àsmundur ArnarssonISL14/03/197249 - --------

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Match officials Only this chapter

  • RefereeSandra Bastos (POR)
  • Assistant refereesOlga Almeida (POR) , Andreia Sousa (POR)
  • Fourth officialFilipa Pereira Cunha (POR)
  • UEFA DelegateLaura Montgomery (SCO)
  • UEFA Referee observerIvana Vlaić (BIH)


NameDate of birthUEFA Women's Champions League matchesUEFA matches
Sandra Bastos01/03/19782685

UEFA Women's Champions League matches involving teams from the two countries playing this match

DateCompetitionStage reachedHomeAwayResultVenue
29/09/2011UWCLR32Glasgow City FCValur Reykjavík1-1Glasgow
28/03/2018UWCLQFFC BarcelonaOlympique Lyonnais0-1Barcelona
31/08/2021UWCL2QRReal Madrid CFManchester City WFC1-1Madrid

Other matches involving teams from either of the two countries involved in this match

DateCompetitionStage reachedHomeAwayResultVenue
28/10/2009FWWCQRNorthern IrelandIceland0-1Belfast
29/09/2011UWCLR32Glasgow City FCValur Reykjavík1-1Glasgow
28/03/2018UWCLQFFC BarcelonaOlympique Lyonnais0-1Barcelona
31/08/2021UWCL2QRReal Madrid CFManchester City WFC1-1Madrid

Last updated 12/10/2021 14:48CET

Fixtures and results Only this chapter


Match-by-match lineups Only this chapter

Real Madrid CF

  • UEFA Women's Champions League - Second qualifying round
    Real Madrid CF 1-1 Manchester City WFC
    0-1 Weir 47, 1-1 Kenti Robles 90+2
    Misa, Kenti Robles, Teresa Abelleira (86 Møller), Peter, Ivana Andrés, Kaci, Olga Carmona (72 Zornoza), Esther Gonzalez, Nahikari García, Lucía Rodríguez, Athenea del Castillo
  • (08/09/2021)
    Manchester City WFC 0-1 Real Madrid CF (agg: 1-2)
    0-1 Zornoza 44
    Misa, Kenti Robles, Teresa Abelleira, Peter, Ivana Andrés, Kaci, Esther Gonzalez (92 Møller), Nahikari García (86 Asllani), Lucía Rodríguez, Zornoza (76 Olga Carmona), Athenea del Castillo
  • Group stage – final tournament
    Group B - Group Standings
    Paris Saint-Germain1100203
    Real Madrid CF1100103
    WFC Kharkiv1001010
    Matchday 1 (06/10/2021)
    WFC Kharkiv 0-1 Real Madrid CF
    0-1 Lorena Navarro 33
    Misa, Peter, Ivana Andrés, Olga Carmona (75 Kenti Robles), Lorena Navarro, Nahikari García (88 Corredera), Claudia Florentino, Lucía Rodríguez, Rocío Gálvez, Zornoza, Athenea del Castillo (84 Møller)
  • Matchday 2 (13/10/2021)
    Real Madrid CF-Breidablik
  • Matchday 3 (09/11/2021)
    Paris Saint-Germain-Real Madrid CF
  • Matchday 4 (18/11/2021)
    Real Madrid CF-Paris Saint-Germain
  • Matchday 5 (08/12/2021)
    Breidablik-Real Madrid CF
  • Matchday 6 (16/12/2021)
    Real Madrid CF-WFC Kharkiv


  • UEFA Women's Champions League - First qualifying round
    Breidablik 7-0 Klaksvíkar ĺtrottarfelag
    1-0 Magnúsdóttir 28, 2-0 Tómasdóttir 33, 3-0 McCarty 36, 4-0 Albertsdottir 45, 5-0 Tómasdóttir 45+1, 6-0 Albertsdottir 58 (P) , 7-0 Magnúsdóttir 90+3
    Ívarsdóttir, Halldórsdóttir, Albertsdottir, Lillýardóttir, A. Árnadóttir (46 Antonsdóttir), Velde, McCarty (63 Kristjánsdóttir), Tómasdóttir (46 Georgsdóttir), K. Árnadóttir (37 Ziemer), Gunnlaugsdóttir (63 Friðriksdóttir), Magnúsdóttir
  • (21/08/2021)
    Gintra Universitetas 1-8 Breidablik
    0-1 McCarty 10, 0-2 Albertsdottir 42, 0-3 Gunnlaugsdóttir 43, 0-4 McCarty 49, 1-4 Gibson 50, 1-5 Lillýardóttir 55, 1-6 Albertsdottir 64, 1-7 Albertsdottir 72, 1-8 Antonsdóttir 76
    Ívarsdóttir, Halldórsdóttir, Albertsdottir (80 Georgsdóttir), Lillýardóttir, A. Árnadóttir (70 Antonsdóttir), Velde (80 Friðriksdóttir), McCarty (80 Kristjánsdóttir), Tómasdóttir (70 Ziemer), K. Árnadóttir, Gunnlaugsdóttir, Magnúsdóttir
  • Second qualifying round
    ŽNK Osijek 1-1 Breidablik
    0-1 Magnúsdóttir 24, 1-1 Medić 31
    Ívarsdóttir, Halldórsdóttir, Albertsdottir, Lillýardóttir, Ziemer, A. Árnadóttir, McCarty (73 Georgsdóttir), Tómasdóttir, K. Árnadóttir, Antonsdóttir, Magnúsdóttir
  • (09/09/2021)
    Breidablik 3-0 ŽNK Osijek (agg: 4-1)
    1-0 Antonsdóttir 9, 2-0 Ziemer 10, 3-0 Albertsdottir 48
    Ívarsdóttir, Halldórsdóttir, Albertsdottir, Ziemer, A. Árnadóttir, McCarty, Tómasdóttir, K. Árnadóttir, Georgsdóttir (84 Kristjánsdóttir), Antonsdóttir (86 Friðriksdóttir), Magnúsdóttir
  • Group stage – final tournament
    Group B - Group Standings
    Paris Saint-Germain1100203
    Real Madrid CF1100103
    WFC Kharkiv1001010
    Matchday 1 (06/10/2021)
    Breidablik 0-2 Paris Saint-Germain
    0-1 Khelifi 17, 0-2 Geyoro 89
    Ívarsdóttir, Halldórsdóttir, Albertsdottir, Lillýardóttir, Ziemer, A. Árnadóttir, Sigurgeirsdóttir (71 Georgsdóttir), McCarty (88 Kristjánsdóttir), Tómasdóttir, K. Árnadóttir, Antonsdóttir (88 Soree)
  • Matchday 2 (13/10/2021)
    Real Madrid CF-Breidablik
  • Matchday 3 (09/11/2021)
    WFC Kharkiv-Breidablik
  • Matchday 4 (18/11/2021)
    Breidablik-WFC Kharkiv
  • Matchday 5 (08/12/2021)
    Breidablik-Real Madrid CF
  • Matchday 6 (16/12/2021)
    Paris Saint-Germain-Breidablik

Last updated 12/10/2021 14:40CET


:: 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.


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