Women's Champions League: the story so far

The quarter-finals get under way on Wednesday with FFC Frankfurt in their tenth last-eight tie and Slavia Praha and Brescia making debuts: UEFA.com presents a full guide.

The Stade de Lyon will stage its first women's game with Slavia the visitors on Wednesday

Quarter-finals (23 & 30 March)
Wolfsburg (GER) v Brescia (ITA)
Rosengård (SWE) v FFC Frankfurt (GER, holders)
Lyon (FRA) v Slavia Praha (CZE)
Barcelona (ESP) v Paris Saint-Germain (FRA)

Semi-finals (23/24 April & 30 April/1 May)
Lyon or Slavia v Barcelona or Paris
Wolfsburg or Brescia v Rosengård or Frankfurt

Final (26 May, Stadio Città del Tricolore, Reggio Emilia)
Winner Semi-final 2 v Winner Semi-final 1

2015: Frankfurt win final
2015: Frankfurt win final

Wolfsburg: QF record 3-0, current league position 2nd
Added to squad: Isabel Kerschowski, Jasmin Sehan
Removed from squad: Michaela Brandenburg, Verena Faisst
Will miss second leg with booking: Ramona Bachmann, Lena Goessling, Alexandra Popp

Brescia: first quarter-final, current league position 1st
Added to squad: Paige Williams
Removed from squad: Michaele Brandenburg, Verena Faisst
Will miss second leg with booking: Elisa Alborghetti, Lisa Boattin, Elena Linari

Rosengård: QF record 1-3, in close season
Added to squad: Erica Ekelund, Olivia Olofsson, Gaëlle Enganamouit, Sofia Lundgren, Lieke Martens, Ella Masar, Erin McLeod, Katrin Schmidt
Removed from squad: Josée Bélanger, Malin Gunnarsson, Sofia Hagman, Rebecka Holm, Kathrin Längert, Nathalie Persson, Line Røddik, Kirsten van de Ven
Will miss second leg with booking: Emma Berglund

Frankfurt: QF record 7-2, current league position 3rd
Added to squad: Nadine Anstatt, Julia Matuschewski, Isabella Möller, Theresa Panfil
Removed from squad: Jenista Clark, Valentina Limani, Jana Löber, Celine Rumpf
Will miss second leg with booking: Saskia Bartusiak, Mandy Islacker, Dzsenifer Marozsán

Lyon have added Salomé Elisor to their squad
Lyon have added Salomé Elisor to their squad©Icon Sport

Lyon: QF record 6-0, current league position 1st
Added to squad: Salomé Elisor
Removed from squad: Wang Fei
Will miss second leg with booking: Aurélie Kaci, Amel Majri

Slavia Praha: first quarter-final, current league position 2nd
Added to squad: Kristýna Čiperová, Yingjie Hu, Marketa Matejikova
Removed from squad: Eliška Jášová
Will miss second leg with booking: Diana Bartovičová, Petra Divišová, Tereza Kožárová, Kateřina Svitková, Jana Tomášková

Barcelona: QF record 0-1, current league position 2nd
Added to squad: none
Removed from squad: none
Will miss second leg with booking: Olga García

Paris Saint-Germain: QF record 1-0, current league position 2nd
Added to squad: Kenza Dali, Rosana
Removed from squad: Kosovare Asllani, Lindsey Horan
Will miss second leg with booking: Shirley Cruz Traña, Jessica Houara-D’Hommeaux

Top scorer (including qualifying): Ebere Orji (Ferencváros) 9
Top scorer (knockout only): Ada Hegerberg (Lyon) 8
Most assists: Kateřina Svitková (Slavia Praha), Kerstin van de Ven (Rosengård) 5
Perfect record (four wins): Lyon, Rosengård
Most goals scored: Lyon 18
Fewest goals conceded: Brescia, Lyon, Paris, Wolfsburg 1
Highest crowd: Twente v Barcelona (round of 16 first leg) 15,637

Anja Mittag
Anja Mittag©Eric Baledent/Moustic Prod
  • Record breakers

Anja Mittag has hit three goals for new club Paris to become all-time top competition scorer on 49, one ahead of Conny Pohlers; she could also become the first to a half-century on Wednesday. Rosengård's Marta has got five and is third on 46.

Frankfurt (in the round of 32 first leg at Standard Liège) and Lyon (in the round of 16 second leg against Atlético Madrid) became the first teams to record 50 UEFA women's club competition wins.

Lyon's 6-0 victory over Atlético took them two clear of Turbine Potsdam as all-time top scorers on 238 goals (from 65 games, in which they have conceded only 25).

• If Frankfurt reach the final they would equal Arsenal's record of having played 79 UEFA women's club competition matches.

Frankfurt won the tournament's sixth penalty shoot-out, 5-4 against LSK Kvinner in the round of 16. Frankfurt became the only side to have both won and lost shoot-outs in UEFA women's club competition, having been beaten by Umeå in the 2003 semi-finals.

• For just the second time, one nation had three entrants in this season's competition: Germany (equalling their 2009/10 feat). Like in that campaign Bayern München kept their status as the sole Frauen Bundesliga representative not to have won the competition, becoming the first team from their country to lose in the round of 32, against Twente.

  • Rematches in quarter-finals

Quarter-final: Rosengård 1-0/0-3 Frankfurt (agg: 1-3)

Semi-final: Rosengård 0-0, 1-4 Frankfurt (agg: 1-4)
(Rosengård results under former name Malmö)