European titleholders FCR 2001 Duisburg will take on Arsenal LFC in the March quarter-finals while Montpellier Hérault SC will meet Umeå IK after the draw for the rest of the competition was made.
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European titleholders FCR 2001 Duisburg will take on Arsenal LFC in the UEFA Women's Champions League quarter-finals in March after the draw for the remainder of the competition was made.
Umeå meet Montpellier
Duisburg won the last edition of the previous UEFA Women's Cup in May, and whoever emerges from their last-eight meeting with the 2007 victors will take on either FCR's German rivals 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam or Norwegian side Røa IL in the semi-finals in April. Two-time European champions Umeå IK have a tough quarter-final with Montpellier Hérault SC, who if they win could meet French rivals Olympique Lyonnais, should they defeat Italy's ASD Torres Calcio.
A one-off final replaces the previous two-legged decider, with the game played in the same city as the men's UEFA Champions League showpiece, two nights before. With festivities in Madrid this season, Getafe CF's Coliseum Alfonso Pérez Stadium will stage the women's final at 20.30CET on Thursday 20 May.