2011–12 UEFA Women's Champions League

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2011–12 UEFA Women's Champions League
Tournament details
Dates 11 August 2011 to 17 May 2012[1]
Teams 54
Final positions
Champions France Olympique Lyon (2nd title)
Runners-up Germany 1. FFC Frankfurt
Tournament statistics
Top scorer(s) France Eugénie Le Sommer
France Camille Abily
(9 goals)

The 2011−12 UEFA Women's Champions League was the eleventh edition of the European women's championship for football clubs. The final was held in the Olympiastadion in Munich, Germany on 17 May 2012.[2]

As in the past two Champions League seasons, the eight highest ranked nations got two entries to the tournament. The point of entry was changed this season however. In the previous years the national runner-ups had to enter the qualification round. With those teams always easing through their groups, with the exception of Umeå in 2010–11, UEFA decided to give those a direct entry to the round of 32. As a result, eight nations which under previous rules would have had direct entry to that round now had to go through the qualifying stage.

Team allocation and distribution[edit]

A total of 54 teams from 46 UEFA associations were confirmed to be entering this year's competition by UEFA on 15 June 2011.[3] This is a new record for the Women's Champions league, as Albania and Latvia are represented for the first time, and the winners of the Luxembourg league entered for the first time since 2001–02. In total 11 teams got their European debut.[4] Countries are allocated places according to their 2010 UEFA league coefficient for women,[5][6] taking into account performances in women's club competitions between 2005–06 and 2009–10.

Associations ranked 1–8 entered two clubs, the remaining associations entered one team. Unlike the men's Champions League, not every association have entered teams in the past, so the exact number of clubs in each round was only known shortly before the draw.

Teams entering in this round Teams advancing from previous round Competition format
Qualifying round
(32 teams)
  • 32 domestic league winners from associations ranked 15–53

8 groups of 4 clubs, hosted by one club, seeded into four pots by UEFA club coefficient

Round of 32
(32 teams)
  • 14 domestic league winners from associations 1–14
  • 8 domestic league runners-up from associations 1–8
  • 8 group winners from qualifying round
  • 2 best group runners-up from qualifying round

Two-legged knockout, seeded by UEFA club coefficient

Teams[edit]

Round of 32
Germany Turbine Potsdam (CH) Germany FFC Frankfurt (RU) Sweden LdB Malmö (CH) Sweden Göteborg (RU)
France Lyon (CH) France Paris Saint-Germain (RU) Russia Rossiyanka (CH) Russia Energiya Voronezh (RU)
England Arsenal (CW)1 England Bristol Academy (CR) Denmark Brøndby IF (CH) Denmark Fortuna Hjørring (RU)
Italy Torres (CH) Italy Tavagnacco (RU) Iceland Valur (CH) Iceland Þór/KA (RU)
Norway Stabæk (CH) Austria Neulengbach (CH) Czech Republic Sparta Praha (CH) Netherlands Twente (CH)
Belgium Standard Liège (CH) Kazakhstan CSHVSM (CH)
Qualifying round
Spain Rayo Vallecano (CH) Switzerland YB Frauen (CH) Belarus Bobruichanka (CH) Poland Unia Racibórz (CH)
Ukraine Lehenda-ShVSM (CH) Finland PK-35 Vantaa (CH) Hungary MTK (CH) Bosnia and Herzegovina SFK 2000 Sarajevo(CH)
Greece PAOK (CH) Portugal 1° Dezembro (CH) Romania Olimpia Cluj (CH) Scotland Glasgow City (CH)
Serbia Spartak Subotica(CH) Bulgaria NSA Sofia (CH) Israel ASA Tel Aviv University (CH) Slovakia Slovan Bratislava (CH)
Lithuania Gintra Universitetas (CH) Wales Swansea City (CH) Slovenia Krka (CH) Moldova Goliador Chişinău (CH)
Faroe Islands KÍ Klaksvík (CH) Republic of Ireland Peamount United (CW) Croatia Osijek (CH) Cyprus Apollon Limassol (CH)
Northern Ireland Newtownabbey Strikers (CH) Republic of Macedonia ZFK Nashe Taksi (CH) Estonia Pärnu JK (CH) Turkey Ataşehir Belediyesi (CH)
Malta Mosta (CH) Albania Ada Velipojë (CH) Latvia Liepājas Metalurgs (CH) Luxembourg Progrès Niedercorn (CH)
  • 1 As the new English Super League did not start until May 2011, the FA decided to give their spots to the two finalists of the 2010–11 FA Women's Cup.[7]
  • CH denotes the national champion, RU the national runner-up, CW the cup-winner, CR losing cup finalist.

Qualifying round[edit]

Seeding and draw[edit]

The draw was held on 23 June 2011.[8] 32 teams entered in the qualifying round, and were divided into eight groups of four teams, with one team from each seeding pot:

The eight hosts were confirmed by UEFA before the draw, and two hosts could not be placed in the same group. Krka, Osijek and Apollon Limassol also hosted tournaments in 2009 and 2010.

Each team plays the other teams in the group once. The matches are to be played between 11 and 16 August 2011.

Tie-breaker criteria[edit]

As usual in UEFA competitions, three points are awarded for a win, and one point for a draw. If teams are equal on points after all matches have been played, the following criteria applies:

  1. Higher number of points obtained in the matches among the teams in question.
  2. Superior goal difference resulting from the matches among the teams in question.
  3. Higher number of goals scored in the matches among the teams in question.
  4. Superior goal difference in all group matches
  5. Higher number of goals scored in all group matches
  6. Higher number of club coefficient points
  7. Drawing of lots

Criteria 1–3 are reapplied until the tie cannot be resolved; only then is criteria 4 used.

Ranking of group runners-up[edit]

The two best runners-up also qualify for the round of 32. The match against the fourth-placed team in the group does not count for the purposes of the runners-up table. The tie-breakers in this ranking are:

  1. Higher number of points obtained
  2. Superior goal difference
  3. Higher number of goals scored
  4. Higher number of club coefficient points
  5. Fair play conduct in all group matches
Grp Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
3 Republic of Ireland Peamount United 2 1 0 1 5 2 +3 3
8 Belarus Bobruichanka 2 1 0 1 3 1 +2 3
4 Bosnia and Herzegovina SFK 2000 Sarajevo 2 1 0 1 5 4 +1 3
7 Ukraine Lehenda-ShVSM 2 1 0 1 3 2 +1 3
6 Slovakia Slovan Bratislava 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 3
1 Republic of Macedonia ZFK Naše Taksi 2 1 0 1 2 3 –1 3
5 Serbia Spartak Subotica 2 1 0 1 4 6 –2 3
2 Portugal 1° Dezembro 2 0 2 0 1 1 0 2

Debutants Peamount and 2004–05 quarter-finalists Bobruichanka qualified for the round of 32 as best runners-up.[9]

Knockout-stage[edit]

Bracket[edit]

As there were two draws, one for Round of 32 and 16 and another draw for the Quarter-finals to the final, the bracket has been created in retrospect.

Round of 32   Round of 16   Quarter-finals   Semi-finals   Final
 Cyprus Apollon 2 1 3  
 Czech Republic Sparta Praha 2 2 4      Czech Republic Sparta Praha 0 0 0  
 Romania Olimpia Cluj 0 0 0    France Lyon 6 6 12  
 France Lyon 9 3 12        France Lyon 4 4 8  
 Belgium Standard Liège 0 4 4        Denmark Brøndby IF 0 0 0  
 Denmark Brøndby IF 2 3 5      Denmark Brøndby IF 2 3 5
 Israel ASA Tel Aviv 0 2 2    Italy Torres 1 1 2  
 Italy Torres 2 3 5        France Lyon 5 0 5  
 Iceland Þór/KA 0 2 2        Germany Potsdam 1 0 1  
 Germany Potsdam 6 8 14      Germany Potsdam 10 7 17  
 Scotland Glasgow City 1 3 4    Scotland Glasgow City 0 0 0  
 Iceland Valur 1 0 1        Germany Potsdam 2 3 5
 England Bristol Academy 1 2 3        Russia Rossiyanka 0 0 0  
 Russia Energiya 1 4 5      Russia Energiya 0 3 3
 Netherlands Twente 0 0 0    Russia Rossiyanka 4 3 7  
 Russia Rossiyanka 2 1 3        France Lyon 2
 Finland PK-35 Vantaa 1 0 1        Germany Frankfurt 0
 Spain Rayo Vallecano 4 3 7      Spain Rayo Vallecano 1 1 2  
 Belarus Bobruichanka 0 0 0    England Arsenal 1 5 6  
 England Arsenal 4 6 10        England Arsenal 3 0 3  
 Switzerland YB Frauen 0 1 1        Sweden Göteborg 1 1 2  
 Denmark Fortuna Hjørring 3 2 5      Denmark Fortuna Hjørring 0 2 2
 Croatia Osijek 0 0 0    Sweden Göteborg 1 3 4  
 Sweden Göteborg 4 7 11        England Arsenal 1 0 1
 Kazakhstan CSHVSM 2 0 2        Germany Frankfurt 2 2 4  
 Austria Neulengbach 1 5 6      Austria Neulengbach 1 0 1  
 Italy Tavagnacco 2 0 2    Sweden LdB Malmö 3 1 4  
 Sweden LdB Malmö 1 5 6        Sweden LdB Malmö 1 0 1
 Norway Stabæk 1 1 2        Germany Frankfurt 0 3 3  
 Germany Frankfurt 0 4 4      Germany Frankfurt 3 1 4
 Republic of Ireland Peamount 0 0 0    France PSG 0 2 2  
 France PSG 2 3 5  

Round of 32[edit]

Of the 32 teams that will participate in this round, 22 are directly qualified, and the last 10 qualify from the qualification groups above. Eight as group winners, and two as the best runners-up. When determining the best runners-up, matches against the fourth placed team in the group is not taken into account.[10] 16 seeded teams will be drawn against 16 unseeded teams. The title holder is the number 1 seed all other are seeded by their UEFA coefficent.[11] The following teams are qualified for the round of 32.

The round of 32 and round of 16 were drawn on 23 August 2011 at UEFA headquarters. In the round of 32 no teams from the same country could be drawn against each other, same with teams from the same qualifying group. A change made to last year, when Breiðablik UBK and FCF Juvisy met in qualifying and the round of 32. There are no restrictions to the round of 16.[12] Seeded teams play their second leg at home.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Olimpia Cluj Romania 0–12 France Lyon 0–9 0–3
Peamount United Republic of Ireland 0–5 France Paris Saint-Germain 0–2 0–3
CSHVSM Kazakhstan 2–6 Austria Neulengbach 2–1 0–5
Apollon Limassol Cyprus 3–4 Czech Republic Sparta Praha 2–2 1–2
PK-35 Vantaa Finland 1–7 Spain Rayo Vallecano 1–4 0–3
Tavagnacco Italy 2–6 Sweden LdB Malmö 2–1 0–5
Osijek Croatia 0–11 Sweden Göteborg 0–4 0–7
Glasgow City Scotland 4–1 Iceland Valur 1–1 3–0
YB Frauen Switzerland 1–5 Denmark Fortuna Hjørring 0–3 1–2
Þór/KA Iceland 2–14 Germany Turbine Potsdam 0–6 2–8
ASA Tel Aviv University Israel 2–5 Italy Torres 0–2 2–3
Twente Netherlands 0–3 Russia Rossiyanka 0–2 0–1
Bristol Academy England 3–5 Russia Energiya Voronezh 1–1 2–4
Bobruichanka Belarus 0–10 England Arsenal 0–4 0–6
Standard Liège Belgium 4–5 Denmark Brøndby IF 0–2 4–3
Stabæk Norway 2–4 Germany FFC Frankfurt 1–0 1–4

First leg[edit]

27 September 2011
14:00
Standard Liège Belgium 0 – 2 Denmark Brøndby
Report Munk Goal 8'
Christiansen Goal 43'

27 September 2011
17:00
ASA Tel Aviv Israel 0 – 2 Italy Torres
Report Maendly Goal 49'
Panico Goal 69'

28 September 2011
14:00
SShVSM-Kairat Almaty Kazakhstan 2 – 1 Austria Neulengbach
Aniskovtseva Goal 41'90+2' Report Burger Goal 45+1'

28 September 2011
15:30
Olimpia Cluj Romania 0 – 9 France Lyon
Report Schelin Goal 12'
Le Sommer Goal 17' (pen.)22'24'
Bompastor Goal 32'
Renard Goal 38'
Thomis Goal 39'
Cruz Traña Goal 44'
Majri Goal 85'

28 September 2011
18:00
Apollon Limassol Cyprus 2 – 2 Czech Republic Sparta Prague
Kostova Goal 16'
Rus Goal 64'
Report L. Martínková Goal 10'
Danihelková Goal 90+2'

28 September 2011
18:00
PK-35 Finland 1 – 4 Spain Rayo Vallecano
Seppälä Goal 80' Report Keka Goal 25'
Jennifer Goal 42'
Natalia Goal 67'
Saray Goal 85'
ISS Stadion, Vantaa
Attendance: 1,438[18]
Referee: Kateryna Monzul (Ukraine)

28 September 2011
18:00
Osijek Croatia 0 – 4 Sweden Göteborg
Report Sembrant Goal 13'71'
Liljegärd Goal 20'
Ek Goal 62'

28 September 2011
18:15
Þór/KA Iceland 0 – 6 Germany Turbine Potsdam
Report Ásgrímsdóttir Goal 11' (o.g.)
Nagasato Goal 13'50'57'
Peter Goal 74'
Añonma Goal 76'

28 September 2011
19:00
Twente Netherlands 0 – 2 Russia Rossiyanka
Report Cristiane Goal 85'
Jacobsson Goal 90+5'
De Adelaarshorst, Deventer
Attendance: 2,481[21]
Referee: Carina Vitulano (Italy)

28 September 2011
19:00
Stabæk Norway 1 – 0 Germany Frankfurt
Dekkerhus Goal 54' Report

28 September 2011
20:00
YB Frauen Switzerland 0 – 3 Denmark Fortuna Hjørring
Report Khamis Goal 11'
Petersen Goal 58' (pen.)
Jensen Goal 90+2'
Stade de Suisse, Bern
Attendance: 2,046[23]
Referee: Natalia Avdonchenko (Russia)

28 September 2011
20:45
Peamount United Republic of Ireland 0 – 2 France Paris Saint-Germain
Report Coton-Pélagie Goal 72'
Thomas Goal 90+3'
Tallaght Stadium, Dublin
Attendance: 2,109[24]
Referee: Ausra Kance (Lithuania)

29 September 2011
14:00
Bobruichanka Belarus 0 – 4 England Arsenal
Report White Goal 9'
Nobbs Goal 64'
Beattie Goal 76'
Chapman Goal 88' (pen.)
Spartak Stadion, Bobruisk
Attendance: 2,050[25]
Referee: Pernilla Larsson (Sweden)

29 September 2011
20:30
Bristol Academy England 1 – 1 Russia Energiya Voronezh
Fishlock Goal 76' Report Conti Goal 84' (pen.)
Ashton Gate, Bristol
Attendance: 1,556[26]
Referee: Floarea Ionescu (Romania)

29 September 2011
20:45
Glasgow City Scotland 1 – 1 Iceland Valur
Evans Goal 16' Report Ólafsdóttir Goal 59'

29 September 2011
21:00
Tavagnacco Italy 2 – 1 Sweden LdB Malmö
Riboldi Goal 32'
Camporese Goal 44'
Report Fischer Goal 89'

Second leg[edit]

5 October 2011
12:00
Torres Italy 3 – 2 Israel ASA Tel Aviv
Ravitz Goal 29' (o.g.)
Panico Goal 51'
Maglia Goal 70'
Report Jan Goal 12'
Shenar Goal 45'
Vanni Sanna, Sassari
Attendance: 456[29]
Referee: Esther Azzopardi (Malta)

5 October 2011
15:00
1.FFC Frankfurt Germany 4 – 1 Norway Stabæk
Bartusiak Goal 6'
Smisek Goal 37'
Landström Goal 77'
Crnogorcevic Goal 90'
Report Moore Goal 80'

5 October 2011
17:00
Paris Saint-Germain France 3 – 0 Republic of Ireland Peamount United
Coton-Pélagie Goal 49'
Debonne Goal 66'
Dali Goal 85'
Report

5 October 2011
17:00
Arsenal England 6 – 0 Belarus Bobruichanka
Carter Goal 13'30'
Chapman Goal 41'
Beattie Goal 57'60'
Nobbs Goal 65'
Report

5 October 2011
17:00
Energiya Voronezh Russia 4 – 2 England Bristol Academy
Mashina Goal 14'31'
Boquete Goal 70'
Conti Goal 87'
Report Heatherson Goal 28'
Curson Goal 90+4'

5 October 2011
17:00
Sparta Prague Czech Republic 2 – 1 Cyprus Apollon Limassol
L. Martínková Goal 3'40' Report Solomou Goal 7'

5 October 2011
19:00
Fortuna Hjørring Denmark 2 – 1 Switzerland YB Frauen
Carroll Goal 86'
Pedersen Goal 88'
Report L. Wälti Goal 34'
Hjørring Stadion, Hjørring
Attendance: 1,062[35]
Referee: Rhona Daly (Ireland)

5 October 2011
19:00
Lyon France 3 – 0 Romania Olimpia Cluj
Abily Goal 15'82'
Le Sommer Goal 51'
Report
Stade de Gerland, Lyon
Attendance: 6,863[36]
Referee: Petra Chudá (Slovakia)

5 October 2011
19:00
Turbine Potsdam Germany 8 – 2 Iceland Þór/KA
I. Kerschowski Goal 2'90+1'
Mittag Goal 8'20'
Hanebeck Goal 18'
Zietz Goal 55'
Göransson Goal 56'
Hardardóttir Goal 78' (o.g.)
Report Ásgrímsdóttir Goal 34'
Caldwell Goal 75'

5 October 2011
20:00
Neulengbach Austria 5 – 0 Kazakhstan SShVSM-Kairat Almaty
Gstöttner Goal 33'82'
Tasch Goal 47'
Entner Goal 66'
Giovana Goal 88'
Report

6 October 2011
14:00
Rossiyanka Russia 1 – 0 Netherlands Twente
Cristiane Goal 87' Report

6 October 2011
18:00
Valur Iceland 0 – 3 Scotland Glasgow City LFC
Report Gísladóttir Goal 11' (o.g.)
Evans Goal 60'62'

6 October 2011
18:30
Brøndby Denmark 3 – 4 Belgium Standard Liège
Munk Goal 9'45'
Rydahl Bukh Goal 39'
Report Zeler Goal 44'47'
Demoustier Goal 66'
Martens Goal 79'

6 October 2011
19:00
Rayo Vallecano Spain 3 – 0 Finland Pallokerho-35
Natalia Goal 28'
Jade Goal 64'
Chini Goal 89'
Report

6 October 2011
19:00
LdB Malmö Sweden 5 – 0 Italy Tavagnacco
Gunnarsdóttir Goal 13'67'
Melis Goal 21'81'
Wilhelmsson Goal 62'
Report

6 October 2011
19:00
Göteborg Sweden 7 – 0 Croatia Osijek
Lindén Goal 21'51'
Ahlstrand Goal 31'
Törnqvist Goal 55'87'
Almgren Goal 71'
Dahlkvist Goal 77'
Report

Round of 16[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
1. FFC Frankfurt Germany 4–2 France Paris Saint-Germain 3–0 1–2
Sparta Praha Czech Republic 0–121 France Lyon 0–6 0–6
Neulengbach Austria 1–4 Sweden LdB Malmö 1–3 0–1
Fortuna Hjørring Denmark 2–4 Sweden Göteborg 0–1 2–3
FC Energy Voronezh Russia 3–7 Russia Rossiyanka 0–4 3–3
Rayo Vallecano Spain 2–6 England Arsenal 1–1 1–5
Turbine Potsdam Germany 17–0 Scotland Glasgow City 10–0 7–0
Brøndby IF Denmark 5–2 Italy Torres 2–1 3–1
Notes
  • Note 1: Order of legs reversed after original draw.

First leg[edit]

2 November 2011
14:15
1. FFC Frankfurt Germany 3 – 0 France Paris Saint-Germain
Bajramaj Goal 9'
Garefrekes Goal 47'
Behringer Goal 55'
Report

2 November 2011
17:00
Turbine Potsdam Germany 10 – 0 Scotland Glasgow City
Añonma Goal 2'47'
Schmidt Goal 15'
Mittag Goal 25'72'75'
Nagasato Goal 51'55'
de Ridder Goal 78'
Mcdonald Goal 81' (o.g.)
Report

2 November 2011
18:30
Brøndby IF Denmark 2 – 1 Italy Torres
Munk Goal 41'82' Report Iannella Goal 42'
Brøndby Stadium, Brøndby
Attendance: 1,704[47]
Referee: Teodora Albon (Romania)

2 November 2011
19:00
SV Neulengbach Austria 1 – 3 Sweden LdB Malmö
Gstöttner Goal 63' Report Gunnarsdóttir Goal 6'77'
Melis Goal 17'

2 November 2011
19:00
Fortuna Hjørring Denmark 0 – 1 Sweden Göteborg FC
Report Törnqvist Goal 11'

3 November 2011
14:00
Sparta Praha Czech Republic 0 – 6 France Lyon
Report Schelin Goal 21'26'
Thomis Goal 56'
Le Sommer Goal 58'85' (pen.)
Franco Goal 75'

3 November 2011
17:00
FC Energy Voronezh Russia 0 – 4 Russia WFC Rossiyanka
Report Jakobsson Goal 44'70'81'
Chorna Goal 68'

Second leg[edit]

9 November 2011
15:00
Arsenal England 5 – 1 Spain Rayo Vallecano
Ludlow Goal 16'
Little Goal 55'
Yankey Goal 62'
Nobbs Goal 71'
Carter Goal 74'
Report Natalia Goal 72'
Meadow Park, Borehamwood
Attendance: 323[53]
Referee: Efthalia Mitsi (Greece)

9 November 2011
17:00
WFC Rossiyanka Russia 3 – 3 Russia FC Energy Voronezh
Cristiane Goal 1'40'
Morozova Goal 10'
Report Ogbiagbevha Goal 36'
Terekhova Goal 55'
Danilova Goal 68'

9 November 2011
19:00
Lyon France 6 – 0 Czech Republic Sparta Praha
Dickenmann Goal 3'
Abily Goal 46'50'
Schelin Goal 58'
Necib Goal 66'
Georges Goal 86'
Report
Stade de Gerland, Lyon
Attendance: 6,461[55]
Referee: Esther Azzopardi (Malta)

9 November 2011
20:15
Torres Italy 1 – 3 Denmark Brøndby IF
Fuselli Goal 20' Report Bukh Goal 27'
Munk Goal 67'
Luik Goal 79'
Vanni Sanna, Sassari
Attendance: 647[56]
Referee: Jenny Palmqvist (Sweden)

9 November 2011
20:45
Paris Saint-Germain France 2 – 1 Germany 1. FFC Frankfurt
Long Goal 45+1'74' Report Crnogorčević Goal 2'

10 November 2011
19:00
LdB Malmö Sweden 1 – 0 Austria SV Neulengbach
Melis Goal 23' Report

10 November 2011
19:00
Göteborg FC Sweden 3 – 2 Denmark Fortuna Hjørring
Almgren Goal 2'
Ek Goal 66' (pen.)
Stensland Goal 74'
Report Khamis Goal 79'
Woods Goal 88'

10 November 2011
19:05
Glasgow City Scotland 0 – 7 Germany Turbine Potsdam
Report de Ridder Goal 5'41'
Mittag Goal 10'62'
Demann Goal 20'
Draws Goal 74'
Kerschowski Goal 89'

Quarterfinals[edit]

The draw for the quarterfinals was held on 17 November 2011.[61] Matches were played on 14–15 March 2012 and 21–22 March 2012.

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
LdB Malmö Sweden 1–3 Germany 1. FFC Frankfurt 1–0 0–3
Lyon France 8–0 Denmark Brøndby IF 4–0 4–0
Turbine Potsdam Germany 5–0 Russia Rossiyanka 2–0 3–0
Arsenal England 3–2 Sweden Göteborg 3–1 0–1

First leg[edit]

14 March 2012
15:30
Arsenal England 3 – 1 Sweden Göteborg
Nobbs Goal 25'
Little Goal 75' (pen.)
White Goal 82'
Report Ek Goal 10'
Meadow Park, Borehamwood
Attendance: 447[62]
Referee: Teodora Albon (Romania)

14 March 2012
18:00
Turbine Potsdam Germany 2 – 0 Russia Rossiyanka
Hanebeck Goal 24'
Peter Goal 44'
Report

14 March 2012
19:00
Lyon France 4 – 0 Denmark Brøndby IF
Abily Goal 8'
Bompastor Goal 34'
Dickenmann Goal 64'
Necib Goal 71'
Report

15 March 2012
17:00
LdB Malmö Sweden 1 – 0 Germany 1. FFC Frankfurt
Gunnarsdóttir Goal 25' Report
Malmö IP, Malmö
Attendance: 1,169[65]
Referee: Cristina Dorcioman (Romania)

Second leg[edit]

21 March 2012
15:00
1. FFC Frankfurt Germany 3 – 0 Sweden LdB Malmö
Garefrekes Goal 66'90+1'
Chojnowski Goal 89'
Report

21 March 2012
18:30
Brøndby IF Denmark 0 – 4 France Lyon
Report Abily Goal 10'
Thomis Goal 42'
Le Sommer Goal 56'82'
Brøndby Stadium, Brøndby
Attendance: 3,644[67]
Referee: Efthalia Mitsi (Greece)

21 March 2012
19:00
Göteborg Sweden 1 – 0 England Arsenal
Törnqvist Goal 90' Report
Valhalla IP, Gothenburg
Attendance: 2,150[68]
Referee: Bibiana Steinhaus (Germany)

22 March 2012
12:00
Rossiyanka Russia 0 – 3 Germany Turbine Potsdam
Report Chorna Goal 40' (o.g.)
Nagasato Goal 45+1'77'

Semifinals[edit]

Team 1 Agg. Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Lyon France 5–1 Germany Turbine Potsdam 5–1 0–0
Arsenal England 1–4 Germany 1. FFC Frankfurt 1–2 0–2

First leg[edit]

15 April 2012
16:00
Arsenal England 1 – 2 Germany 1. FFC Frankfurt
Grant Goal 69' Report Crnogorčević Goal 64'
Garefrekes Goal 90+3'

15 April 2012
18:00
Lyon France 5 – 1 Germany Turbine Potsdam
Henry Goal 6'
Abily Goal 20'61'
Schelin Goal 21'
Dickenmann Goal 55'
Report Schmidt Goal 89'
Stade de Gerland, Lyon
Attendance: 12,800[71]
Referee: Teodora Albon (Romania)

Second leg[edit]

21 April 2012
14:15
1. FFC Frankfurt Germany 2 – 0 England Arsenal
Marozsán Goal 60'
Landström Goal 85'
Report

22 April 2012
14:00
Turbine Potsdam Germany 0 – 0 France Lyon
Report

Final[edit]

17 May 2012
18:00 CET
Lyon France 2 – 0 Germany 1. FFC Frankfurt
Le Sommer Goal 15' (pen.)
Abily Goal 28'
Report
Olympiastadion, Munich
Attendance: 50,212[74]
Referee: Jenny Palmqvist (Sweden)

Top goalscorers[edit]

Rank Name Team Goals Minutes played
1 France Eugénie Le Sommer France Lyon 9 609'
France Camille Abily France Lyon 9 659'
3 Germany Anja Mittag Germany Turbine Potsdam 7 360'
Japan Yuki Nagasato Germany Turbine Potsdam 7 532'
5 Denmark Lise Munk Denmark Brøndby 6 448'
6 Iceland Sara Björk Gunnarsdóttir Sweden LdB Malmö 5 532'
Sweden Lotta Schelin France Lyon 5 587'
8 Spain Natalia Spain Rayo Vallecano 4 313'
Netherlands Manon Melis Sweden LdB Malmö 4 328'
England Jordan Nobbs England Arsenal 4 377'
Sweden Sofia Jakobsson Russia Rossiyanka 4 444'
Brazil Cristiane Russia Rossiyanka 4 519'
Sweden Jane Törnqvist Sweden Göteborg 4 540'
Germany Kerstin Garefrekes Germany Frankfurt 4 810'

Source:[75]

Round and draw dates[edit]

UEFA has scheduled the competition as follows.[76]

Round Draw First leg Second leg
Qualifying round 23 June 2011 11–16 August 2011
Round of 32 23 August 2011 28–29 September 2011 5–6 October 2011
Round of 16 2–3 November 2011 9–10 November 2011
Quarterfinal 17 November 2011 14–15 March 2012 21–22 March 2012
Semifinal 14–15 April 2012 21–22 April 2012
Final 17 May 2012

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