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UEFA Women's Champions League: 2021/22 season in numbers

UEFA.com picks out our top stats from a historic campaign.

Lyon's assists queen Selma Bacha
Lyon's assists queen Selma Bacha SPORTSFILE

0 Paris Saint-Germain won their six games without conceding a goal, a first in a home-and-away UEFA club competition group. 

1 The first goal of the new group stage was scored by a player from the competition's most successful club, Melvine Malard for Lyon at Häcken.

Malard makes history

3 Three clubs – HB Køge, Hoffenheim and Real Madrid – reached the group stage on their first-ever European entries. Benfica, Juventus, Servette and WFC Kharkiv were also among the final 16 for the first time under any format. Madrid and Juve went on to be the two first-time quarter-finalists.

5 The number of last season's quarter-finalists who came through the group stage to get there again: Barcelona, Bayern München, Lyon, Paris and Wolfsburg.

8 Tabea Wassmuth of Wolfsburg finished as the group stage top scorer on eight goals, two ahead of Jordyn Huitema. She eventually moved on to ten, but ended up one short of Barcelona's Alexia Putellas after the final.

All of Wassmuth's Wolfsburg goals

9 Selma Bacha got nine assists from group stage to final, three more than anyone else, combining several times with Ada Hegerberg including for Lyon's second goal in the final.

10 Lyon were the first team to reach ten finals and extended their record of title wins to eight.

11 The top three teams in Group A all finished on 11 points and had to be split on goal difference in a three-way head-to-head tie-break. Wolfsburg and Juventus took the knockout berths ahead of last season's runners-up Chelsea.

13 The number of games Lyon played in 2021/22, a new single-season record; they also recorded 11 wins, two more than anyone else had ever managed in one campaign. OL began in round 2 and by contesting the final went one ahead of Arsenal, Juventus, Wolfsburg and Zvezda-2005; the Gunners, Juve and She-Wolves advanced from round 1 to the quarter-finals this term to equal Zvezda's old record from 2008/09.

14 Arsenal's progress ensured they booked a 14th quarter-final in as many campaigns since the inaugural 2001/02 edition, a record tally and one more than Lyon.

25 Paris were group stage top scorers on 25 goals, one better than Barcelona, the other team to clinch a maximum 18 points.

Highlights: Arsenal 4-0 Hoffenheim

27 The total number of goals in Arsenal's six group games – the most, with 14 for and 13 against – as they pipped Hoffenheim to second by a single head-to-head goal.

Barcelona vs Lyon: Meet the final contenders

The fastest speed, in km/h, recorded by any player in the competition, set by Wolfsburg's Sveindís Jane Jónsdóttir.

45 Barcelona had won 45 competitive games in a row before their semi-final second-leg loss at Wolfsburg.

48 Saves made by HB Køge's Kaylan Marckese, the most by any goalkeeper in the competition despite the Danish debutants going out in the group stage.

Hegerberg's Lyon goals this season

50 Ada Hegerberg's first European goal after her injury comeback, away to Benfica, was her 50th in the competition for Lyon, making her the only player to reach that mark for a single club. Her overall goal record is now up to 59 in 60 appearances (four prior to joining OL).

88.7 The percentage passing accuracy of Barcelona, helping them produce 38 goals from 299 attempts across their 11 games and also to average 65.6% possession.

100 Wendie Renard became the first player to reach a century of competition appearances in the first leg of Lyon's semi-final: she got to 102 in Turin, including an outright record ten finals, with perhaps more to come after signing a new long-term contract.

112 The sole extra-time goal this season came from Ramona Bachmann eight minutes from time in Paris's quarter-final defeat of Bayern.

220 Goals scored from the group stage onwards, at 3.61 per match and 25 minutes per goal.

91,648 The record crowd that watched Barcelona beat Wolfsburg at the Camp Nou in the first leg of the semi-finals, beating the mark of 91,553 set in the previous round against Real Madrid and helping the season's aggregate attendance to over half a million.

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