Arsenal, Manchester City, Atlético and Paris won on Thursday after Lyon, Wolfsburg, Barcelona and Bayern prevailed on Wednesday.
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- All the round of 32 fixtures/results
- Winners progress to round of 16 draw on 30 September
Thursday 12 September
Wednesday 11 September
Ryazan-VDV 0-9 Lyon
Minsk 1-0 Zürich
Mitrovica 0-10 Wolfsburg
Chertanovo 0-1 Glasgow City
Vllaznia 0-1 Fortuna Hjørring
Göteborg 1-2 Bayern München
Piteå 0-1 Brøndby
St. Pölten 2-4 Twente
Juventus 0-2 Barcelona
Hibernian 1-4 Slavia Praha
Breidablik 3-2 Sparta Praha
- Ada Hegerberg's Lyon hat-trick moves her to 47 European goals, one ahead of Marta and behind only Anja Mittag (51) and Conny Pohlers (48).
- Lyon's Wendie Renard, Wolfsburg's Pernille Harder (the 2018/19 top scorer) Slavia's Tereza Kožárová, Paris's Marie-Antoinette Katoto and Twente's Fenna Kalma also got first-leg trebles.
- Mandy Islacker scored twice for Bayern including deep in added time.
- Atlético also won in the last minute after twice conceding equalisers.
- Formiga's goal for Paris at the age of 41 years 193 days makes her the oldest scorer in the competition's history.
Wednesday 25 September
BIIK-Kazygurt v Anderlecht
Lyon v Ryazan-VDV
Wolfsburg v Mitrovica
Fortuna Hjørring v Vllaznia
Slavia Praha v Hibernian
Barcelona v Juventus
Twente v St. Pölten
Bayern München v Göteborg
Manchester City v Lugano
Thursday 26 September
Brøndby v Piteå
Sparta Praha v Breidablik
Zürich v Minsk
Atlético Madrid v ŽFK Spartak
Arsenal v Fiorentina
Glasgow City v Chertanovo
Paris Saint-Germain v Braga
- All seeded teams are the home sides in the second leg except Fiorentina, whose tie with Arsenal has been switched
- Lyon have won the title four years in a row and six times overall, both records
- Wolfsburg and Arsenal (ending a five-year absence) are the other former winners involved while Barcelona, Paris and Fortuna are past finalists
- Brøndby are in the knockout rounds for a record 16th time; they, Fortuna and Lyon have featured in all 11 seasons of the round of 32 under this format
- Piteå, Lugano and Chertanovo will make their debuts in this round while fellow newcomers Braga came through the qualifying round
- Albania (Vlllaznia) and Kosovo (Mitrovica) are represented in the round of 32 for the first time
- Anderlecht are also making their knockout bow after knocking out 2018/19 quarter-finalists LSK Kvinner, and now face fellow qualifying round graduates BIIK-Kazygurt.
Road to Vienna
Round of 16 draw: 30 September, Nyon
Round of 16: 16/17 & 30/31 October
Quarter-final & semi-final draw: 8 November, Nyon
Quarter-finals: 24/25 March & 1/2 April
Semi-finals: 25/26 April & 2/3 May
Final (Viola Park, Vienna): 24 May