The UEFA technical team

Squad of the Season

Goalkeepers

  • Almuth Schult1

    Almuth Schult

    Wolfsburg
  • Sandra Paños13

    Sandra Paños

    Barcelona

Defenders

  • Wendie Renard3

    Wendie Renard

    Lyon
  • Steph Houghton6

    Steph Houghton

    Man. City
  • Amel Majri7

    Amel Majri

    Lyon
  • Lucy Bronze22

    Lucy Bronze

    Lyon
  • Griedge M'Bock Bathy29

    Griedge M'Bock Bathy

    Lyon

Midfielders

  • Saki Kumagai5

    Saki Kumagai

    Lyon
  • Dzsenifer Marozsán10

    Dzsenifer Marozsán

    Lyon
  • Ji So-Yun10

    Ji So-Yun

    Chelsea
  • Georgia Stanway12

    Georgia Stanway

    Man. City
  • Amandine Henry26

    Amandine Henry

    Lyon

Forwards

  • Eugénie Le Sommer9

    Eugénie Le Sommer

    Lyon
  • Francesca Kirby14

    Francesca Kirby

    Chelsea
  • Ada Hegerberg14

    Ada Hegerberg

    Lyon
  • Ewa Pajor17

    Ewa Pajor

    Wolfsburg
  • Lieke Martens22

    Lieke Martens

    Barcelona
  • Pernille Harder22

    Pernille Harder

    Wolfsburg
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UEFA technical observers' squad of the season

UEFA technical observers' squad of the season
The technical observer team during the UEFA Women's Champions League Final ©UEFA.com

UEFA technical observers' squad of the season

Inevitably, bearing in mind a hat-trick of titles, Olympique Lyonnais accounted for the biggest slice of the cake in the selection of the squad of the season and five of their players also completed a hat-trick – Griedge Mbock Bathy, Wendie Renard, Saki Kumagai, Eugénie Le Sommer and Dzsenifer Marozsán having been included in the select squad in both 2016 and 2017. All in all, seven of the 2017/18 squad had also been selected at the end of the previous season. As a pointer towards the trend at the top end of the women’s game, a salient feature is that eight of the squad were playing their football outside their native countries.

In Kyiv, the jury faced the task of paring down a ‘short’ list of 44 candidates, among them, it has to be mentioned as a positive factor in the aftermath of EURO 2017, five goalkeepers. The list also featured 14 defenders, 15 midfielders and 10 attacking players who operated in a variety of roles, ranging from target strikers to wing players. This was the jury’s verdict:

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