The UEFA technical team

Squad of the Season

Goalkeepers

  • Katarzyna Kiedrzynek1

    Katarzyna Kiedrzynek

    Paris
  • Zecira Musovic30

    Zecira Musovic

    Rosengård

Defenders

  • Laure Boulleau3

    Laure Boulleau

    Paris
  • Nilla Fischer4

    Nilla Fischer

    Wolfsburg
  • Sabrina Delannoy5

    Sabrina Delannoy

    Paris
  • Theresa Nielsen8

    Theresa Nielsen

    Brøndby
  • Anna Blässe9

    Anna Blässe

    Wolfsburg
  • Bianca Schmidt23

    Bianca Schmidt

    Frankfurt

Midfielders

  • Verónica Boquete7

    Verónica Boquete

    Frankfurt
  • Dzsenifer Marozsán10

    Dzsenifer Marozsán

    Frankfurt
  • Simone Laudehr11

    Simone Laudehr

    Frankfurt
  • Caroline Seger27

    Caroline Seger

    Paris
  • Lena Goessling28

    Lena Goessling

    Wolfsburg
  • Shirley Cruz Traña28

    Shirley Cruz Traña

    Paris

Forwards

  • Kenza Dali2

    Kenza Dali

    Paris
  • Célia Šašić9

    Célia Šašić

    Frankfurt
  • Ramona Bachmann10

    Ramona Bachmann

    Rosengård
  • Marta11

    Marta

    Rosengård
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UEFA technical observers

UEFA technical observers
The UEFA Women's Champions League technical study group ©Getty Images for UEFA

UEFA technical observers

The task facing UEFA's team of technical observers after the final in Berlin was to compile a 'team sheet' featuring the names of the 18 players who, in their opinion, had made marks on the 2014/15 UEFA Women's Champions League season.

The starting point was a master list of 50 players who had produced impressive performances in specific matches. Eliminating 32 of them was a challenge. The process also served to prompt discussion on players' roles – for example, Frankfurt's right wing-back, Bianca Schmidt, was catalogued as primarily a defender, whereas Simone Laudehr, her counterpart on the left, was rated more of a midfielder.

The midfield positions embraced a diversity, with PSG's Caroline Seger playing a controlling role very different from the attack-minded contributions by Verónica Boquete. And Marta, although deployed in a deeper starting position at Rosengård, was still considered to be an attacker.

https://www.uefa.com/womenschampionsleague/season=2015/technical-report/uefa-technical-team/index.html#technical+team