UEFA Women's Champions League quarter-finalists

UEFA Women’s Champions League quarter-finalists

Take a look at the teams who have booked their place in the UEFA Women’s Champions League quarter-finals!

First to officially advance was German club 1.FFC Frankfurt, who beat Italian club ASD Torres Calcio 9-0 on aggregate.

Holders Wolfsburg cruised through to the quarter-finals after beating SV Neulengbach 11-0 on aggregate.

Despite losing 2-0 to Gintra Universitetas in the second leg of their round of 16 fixture, Brøndby IF advanced to the quarters thanks to the 5-0 win they recorded in the first leg.

There was no love lost between the two top French clubs Lyon and PSG in their second leg fixture. It was a very physical contest, with Lyon heading into the game with the slight advantage of an away goal. In the 79th minute, Alushi broke the deadlock and earned PSG the 2-1 win on aggregate.

The Glasgow City-FC Zürich second leg fixture was a goalfest! FC Zürich started the game with a 2-1 aggregate lead. After a flurry of goals from both sides the game ended 4-2 to Glasgow City (5-4 Aggregate).

Linköpings FC suffered a 3-0 away loss in their second leg but still advanced to the quarter-finals thanks to their 5-0 win in the first leg.

Marta and Katrin Schmidt scored to give FC Rosengård a 2-0 away win in the second leg. The result meant the Swedish club eased passed Fortuna Hjørring 4-1 on aggregate.

FC Barcelona and Bristol Academy played in front of 2,457 fans for their second leg. Bristol went 1-0 down but were able to convert a penalty awarded to them to tie the game and win 2-1 on aggregate!

The UEFA Women’s Champions League Quarter-finalists

1.FFC Frankfurt
Brøndby IF
VfL Wolfsburg
Paris Saint-Germain
Glasgow City
Linköpings FC
FC Rosengård
Bristol Academy WFC

Click here to view all the UWCl Round of 16 results.

The UEFA Women’s Champions League Quarter-final & Semi-final draw is scheduled for 19 November.
The Quarter-final matches will be played on 21/22 & 28/29 March and the Semi-finals on 18/19 & 25/26 April. The Final will be held at the Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Sportpark, Berlin on 14 May.


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