2009 UEFA Women's Cup Final

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2009 UEFA Women's Cup Final
Event 2008–09 UEFA Women's Cup
First leg
Date 16 May 2009 (2009-05-16)
Venue Central Stadium, Kazan
Referee Claudine Brohet
Attendance 700
Second leg
Date 22 May 2009 (2009-05-22)
Venue MSV-Arena, Duisburg
Referee Jenny Palmqvist
Attendance 28,112
2008
2010

The 2009 UEFA Women's Cup Final was played on 16 May and 22 May 2009 between Duisburg of Germany and Zvezda Perm of Russia. Duisburg won 7–1 on aggregate.

The return leg of the final broke the record for the most attendance of a European club match for women. 28,112 spectators came to watch the game. The record was eventually surpassed by the 2012 UEFA Women's Champions League Final.[1]

Match details[edit]

First leg[edit]

2009-05-16
17:15 (CET)
Zvezda Perm Russia 0 – 6 Germany Duisburg
(Report) Maes Goal 42' Goal 82'
Grings Goal 64' (pen), Goal 84', Goal 90+1'
Bajramaj Goal 70'
Central Stadium, Kazan
Attendance: 700
Referee: Claudine Brohet Belgium
Zvezda Perm
Duisburg
ZVEZDA PERM:
GK 12 Ukraine Nadezhda Baranova
DF 2 Russia Elena Suslova
DF 3 Russia Ksenia Tsybutovich
DF 21 Russia Olga Sergaeva Substituted off 69'
DF 22 Russia Valentina Savchenkova
MF 17 Ukraine Daryna Apanaschenko
MF 20 Russia Natalia Barbashina
MF 23 Ukraine Vera Djatel Booked 25'
MF 24 Ukraine Alla Lishafai Booked 11'
FW 1 Russia Olesya Kurochkina Booked 63' Substituted off 69'
FW 33 Ukraine Natalia Zinchenko (c) Substituted off 87'
Substitutes:
GK 73 Russia Tatiana Repeikina
DF 5 Ukraine Hanna Kostraba
DF 13 Russia Maria Dyatchkova Substituted in 69'
DF 25 Russia Olesya Truntaeva
FW 9 Russia Anna Korovushkina Substituted in 69'
FW 6 Azerbaijan Olga Vasil'eva Substituted in 87'
Manager:
Russia Alexander Grigoryan
DUISBURG:
GK 1 Germany Kathrin Längert
DF 13 Germany Annike Krahn
DF 15 Germany Sonja Fuss
MF 8 Netherlands Annemieke Kiesel Substituted off 46'
MF 10 Germany Linda Bresonik Booked 58'
MF 11 Germany Simone Laudehr Substituted off 62'
MF 17 Germany Marina Hegering
MF 23 Germany Fatmire Bajramaj Substituted off 75'
MF 28 Belgium Femke Maes
FW 9 Germany Inka Grings (c)
FW 25 Germany Alexandra Popp
Substitutes:
GK 26 Switzerland Kathrin Lehmann
DF 3 Germany Anne van Bonn Substituted in 46'
DF 5 Germany Elena Hauer
MF 6 Germany Jennifer Oster Substituted in 62'
MF 18 Germany Irini Ioannidou
FW 7 Germany Turid Knaak Substituted in 75'
FW 27 Germany Charline Hartmann
Manager:
Germany Martina Voss

Second leg[edit]

2009-05-22
19:30 (CET)
Duisburg Germany 1 – 1 Russia Zvezda Perm
Krahn Goal 45' (Report) Apanaschenko Goal 25'
MSV-Arena,[2] Duisburg
Attendance: 28,112
Referee: Jenny Palmqvist Sweden
Duisburg
Zvezda Perm
DUISBURG:
GK 1 Germany Kathrin Längert Substituted off 77'
DF 3 Germany Anne van Bonn
DF 13 Germany Annike Krahn
DF 15 Germany Sonja Fuss
MF 8 Netherlands Annemieke Kiesel Substituted off 50'
MF 11 Germany Simone Laudehr Substituted off 69'
MF 17 Germany Marina Hegering Booked 41'
MF 23 Germany Fatmire Bajramaj
MF 28 Belgium Femke Maes
FW 9 Germany Inka Grings (c)
FW 25 Germany Alexandra Popp
Substitutes:
GK 21 Germany Christina Bellinghoven Substituted in 77'
DF 4 Germany Marith Prießen
DF 5 Germany Elena Hauer
DF 19 Germany Corina Schröder
MF 6 Germany Jennifer Oster Substituted in 50'
FW 7 Germany Turid Knaak Substituted in 69'
FW 16 Germany Hasret Kayikci
Manager:
Germany Martina Voss
ZVEZDA PERM:
GK 12 Ukraine Nadezhda Baranova
DF 3 Russia Ksenia Tsybutovich
DF 6 Azerbaijan Olga Vasil'eva Booked 35'
DF 21 Russia Olga Sergaeva Booked 45+1' Substituted off 61'
DF 22 Russia Valentina Savchenkova
MF 9 Russia Anna Korovushkina Substituted off 82'
MF 17 Ukraine Daryna Apanaschenko
MF 20 Russia Natalia Barbashina
MF 23 Ukraine Vera Djatel
MF 24 Ukraine Alla Lishafai
FW 33 Ukraine Natalia Zinchenko (c) Substituted off 87'
Substitutes:
GK 73 Russia Tatiana Repeikina
DF 2 Russia Elena Suslova
DF 13 Russia Maria Dyachkova Substituted in 82'
DF 25 Russia Olesya Truntaeva
FW 1 Russia Olesya Kurochkina Substituted in 61'
Manager:
Russia Stanislav Kharitonov

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Champions league final breaks attendance record" (in German). womensoccer.de. 15 May 2012. Retrieved 15 May 2012. 
  2. ^ (German) "Uefa-Cup: Endspiel in MSV-Arena". FCR 01 Duisburg web site. Retrieved 17 April 2009.