Picture : Ada Hegerberg, the goalgetter from Norway, has scored 159 goals in 123 official matches with Olympique Lyon ( 32 goals in 27 Champions League matches) ! She can beat a new record this season.

 

 

 

The UEFA Women’s Champions League involves the top club teams from all Europe countries. The competition was first played in 2001/2002 under the name UEFA Women’s Cup and renamed the Champions League since the 2009/2010 edition. The most significant changes in 2009 were the inclusion of runners-up from the top 8 ranked nations.

Germany dominates the competition with 9 titles and 14 Final participations in 16 editions before France with 4 titles and 8 Final participations and Sweden with 2 titles and 7 Final participations.

1 FFC Frankfurt (Germany) and Olympique Lyon (France) have won 4 titles each and participated in 6 finals. Umea IK (Sweden) won 2 titles and participated in 5 finals, Turbine Potsdam (Germany) won also 2 titles and participated in 4 finals, VFL Wolfsburg (Germany) won 2 titles and participated in 3 finals.

Olympique Lyon hold the record of participations (10 consecutive), of matches (85 matches, 65 wins, 13 draws, 7 defeats, while scoring 319 goals and conceding just 33) and her goalgetter Ada Hegerberg (22 years old) is on the way to beat this season the record of goals in one Champions League season. She has scored 14 goals before the semi final against Manchester City.  Camille Abily (78 Champions League matches) and captain Wendy Renard (70 matches) lead the ranking of the most Champions League appearances with Emma Byrne, who finished her career in Arsenal (77 matches).

This season , one semi final will oppose Olympique Lyon and Manchester City, the other VFL Wolfsburg and Chelsea FC. (22 and 29 April 2018). Olympique Lyon has the chance to break new record in the next weeks. The final of the Champions League edition 2017/18 will be played in Kiev (Ukraine) on 24 May 2018.

 

 

WINNERS

Season WINNER Finalist Score
       
2001/02 1 FFC Frankfurt (Germany) Umea IK (Sweden) 2-0 final
2002/03 Umea IK  (Sweden) Fortuna Hjorring  (Denmark) 4-1 and 3-0
2003/04 Umea IK  (Sweden) 1 FFC Frankfurt  (Germany) 3-0 and 5-0
2004/05 1 FFC Turbine Potsdam  (Germany)  Djurgardens IF  (Sweden) 2-0 and 3-1
2005/06 1 FFC Frankfurt (Germany) 1 FFC Turbine Potsdam  (Germany) 4-0 and 3-2
2006/07 Arsenal LFC  (England) Umea IK  (Sweden) 1-0 and 0-0
2007/08 1 FFC Frankfurt  (Germany) Umea IK  (Sweden) 1-1 and 3-2
2008/09 FCR 2001 Duisburg  (Germany) Zvezda-2005 Perm  (Russia) 6-0 and 1-1
2009/10 1 FFC Turbine Potsdam  (Germany)  Olympique Lyonnais (France) 0-0 (7-6 penalties)
2010/11 Olympique Lyonnais  (France) 1 FFC Turbine Potsdam  (Germany) 2-0 final
2011/12 Olympique Lyonnais  (France) 1 FFC Frankfurt  (Germany) 2-0 final
2012/13 VFL Wolfsburg  (Germany) Olympique Lyonnais (France) 1-0 final
2013/14 VFL Wolfsburg  (Germany) Tyresö FF (Sweden) 4-3 final
2014/15 1 FFC Frankfurt  (Germany) Paris St Germain  (France) 2-1 final
2015/16 OLympique Lyonnais  (France) VFL Wolfsburg  (Germany) 1-1 (4-3 penalties)
2016/17 Olympique Lyonnais  (France) Paris St Germain  (France) 0-0 (7-6 penalties)

 

TOP SCORERS by SEASON

Season Player Country Club Goals
         
2001/02 Gabriela ENACHE Romania FC Codru Chisinau 12
2002/03 Hanna LJUNGBERG Sweden Umea IK 10
2003/04 Maria GSTÖTTNER Austria SV Neulengbach 11
2004/05 Conny POHLERS Germany FFC Turbine Potsdam 14
2005/06 Margret VIDARSDOTTIR Iceland Valur Reykjavik 11
2006/07 Julie FLEETING Scotland Arsenal LFC 9
2007/08 Margret VIDARSDOTTIR Iceland Valur Reykjavik 9
  Patrizia PANICO Italy AGSM Verona 9
  Vira DYATEL  Ukaine Zhilstroy-1 Karkhiv 9
2008/09 Margret VIDARSDOTTIR Iceland Valur Reykjavik 14
2009/10 Vanessa BÜRKI Switzerland FC Bayern München 11
2010/11 Inka GRINGS Germany MSV Duisburg 13
2011/12 Eugénie LE SOMMER France Olympique Lyon 9
  Camille ABILY France Olympique Lyon 9
2012/13 Laura RUS Romania Apollon Limassol LFC 11
2013/14 Milena NIKOLIC Bosnia ZFK Spartak Subotica 11
2014/15 Celia SASIC Germany 1FFC Frankfurt 14
2015/16 Ada HEGERBERG Norway Olympique Lyon 13
2016/17 Zsanett JAKABFI Hungary VFL Wolfsburg 8
  Vivianne MEDEMA Netherlands FC Bayern München 8

 

ALL TIME TOP SCORER RANKING (10 April 2018)

Place Player Period Clubs Goals
         
1 Anja MITTAG  (Germany) 2004 –  T.Potsdam (36), FC Rosengard (11), Paris SG (3) 50
2 Conny POHLERS  (Germany) 2004- 2014 T.Potsdam (26), 1FFC Frankfurt (8), VFL Wolfsburg (14) 48
3 MARTA  (Brazil) 2004 –  Umea IK (30), Tyreso FF (7), FC Rosengard (9) 46
4 Camille ABILY  (France) 2004 –  Olympique Lyon (42) 42
  Lotta SCHELIN  (Sweden) 2008 – Olympique Lyon (41), FC Rosengard (1) 42
6 Nina BURGER  (Austria) 2005 – SV Neulengbach (40) 40
7 Hanna LJUNGBERG  (Sweden) 2001 – 2009 Umea IK (39) 39
8 Inka GRINGS  (Germany) 2001 – 2016 FCR Duisburg (34), FC Zurich (4) 38
9 Ada HEGERBERG  (Norway) 2012 – Stabaek (2), T.Potsdam (2), Olympique Lyon (32) 36
10 Eugénie LE SOMMER  (France) 2010 – Olympique Lyon  (35) 35
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