16 squad tours that shaped
UEFA Women's Champions League owners Lyon are among the 15 teams up to the round of 16 so far: Another draw will be made when Vålerenga faces Brøndby on 7 and 14 February.
- Lyon saw Juventus achieve 24 out of 24 wins over 12 seasons of 32 rounds (which will be replaced in the new format from 2021/22, including a 16-team group stage).
- Last season's runners-up Wolfsburg and defeated semi-finalists Paris and Barcelona were also relieved, as did Bayern and Atlético, who both fell in the last eight in 2019/20.
- Servette and PSV lost their first European ties to Atlético and Barça, which Lieke Martens attacked twice on his birthday.
- Daniele Sabatino added five minutes to extra time to send Fiorentina from Slavia.
- Manchester City have dashed hopes of making it to the final with Chelsea in their home town of Gothenburg.
- Lanchkhuti, the first Georgian side to make it through one round of this competition, made it to Rosengård in Gothenburg, who may yet be the Swedish finalist.
- Minsk missed a famous comeback at LSK, but this round guaranteed another side's comeback via their home league next season, as they eliminated Gothenburg.
- Fortuna advanced for the 11th time out of these 12 attempts to exist so far in 32 laps as Lyon and Brøndby.
- Last season's quarter-finalists Glasgow City have relegated to another club, Sparta Praha, with their last eight experience.
- st. Pölten passed 16 laps for the first time on the seventh attempt. So far they are the only team to make their last 16 salute and the only one left from the qualifying rounds, but if they beat Brøndby for the first time, Vålerenga could match them.
- The 16 draw rounds will be held on February 16, with the draw scheduled for March 3/4 and 10/11.
Thursday, December 17
Zurich 0-1 St.Pölten (agg: 0-3)
Wednesday, December 16
BIIK-Kazygurt 1-0 WFC-2 Kharkiv (agg: 2-2, BIIK win on away goals)
Slavia Praha 0-1 Fiorentina (ng: 2-3)
Paris Saint-Germain 6-1 Górnik Łęczna (agg: 8-1)
Manchester City 3-0 Gothenburg (agg: 5-1)
Barcelona 4-1 PSV Eindhoven (agg: 8-2)
Bayern Munich 3-0 Ajax (agg: 6-1)
Wolfsburg 2-0 Spartak Subotica (agg: 7-0)
Rosengård 10-0 Lanchkhuti (agg: 17-0)
LSK Kvinner 0-1 Minsk (agg: 2-1)
Fortuna Hjorring 3-2 Pomurje (agg: 6-2)
Chelsea 3-0 Benfica (agg: 8-0)
Glasgow City 0-1 Sparta Praha (agg: 1-3)
Tuesday, December 15
Lyon 3-0 Juventus (agg: 6-2)
Atlético Madrid 5-0 Servette (agg: 9-2)
Sunday, February 14
Brøndby – Valerenga
UEFA can confirm that the second match between Brøndby (DEN) and Vålerenga (NOR), scheduled for Wednesday 16 December in Brøndby, has been postponed. This comes after the announcement last week that the first leg between the two teams, scheduled for December 10 in Oslo, could not take place as planned.
Both clubs requested that the 1st and 2nd legs of the draw be rescheduled on the following dates: 7 February 2021: Vålerenga – Brøndby; February 14, 2021: Brøndby – Vålerenga. UEFA accepted this request.
- Juventus have managed Lyon twice but their owners turned the game to score 23 out of 23 in the 32-game round.
- Last season's runner-up Wolfsburg had a comfortable win at Spartak Subotica, which kept them 0-0 at this stage five years ago.
- Last quarter-finalists Sparta Praha took a 2-1 win over Glasgow City, which made their second round of the 2019/20 season.
- Fran Kirby's first goal at Benfica made him Chelsea's all-time top scorer.
- FIFA Women's World Cup champion Sam Mewis was the winner in Manchester City's first competition in a comeback victory.
- Both Spanish sides took the lead against their debutant – Barcelona are 4-1 victories in PSV and Atlético, who beat Servette twice, but with a key goal from Deyna Castellanos, second only to Venezuela in the competition. won 4-2.
- Paris won their first game 2-0 at Górnik Łęczna, facing last season's other four semi-finalists Lyon, Wolfsburg and Barcelona.
Sunday, February 7
Valerenga – Brøndby
Thursday, December 10
Fiorentina 2-2 Slavia Praha
Górnik Łęczna 0-2 Paris Saint-Germain
Ajax 1-3 Bayern Munich
Wednesday, December 9
Lanchkhuti 0-7 Rosengård
Minsk 0-2 LSK Kvinner
WFC-2 Kharkiv 2-1 BIIK-Kazygurt
Pomurje 0-3 Fortuna Hjorring
Spartak Subotica 0-5 Wolfsburg
Juventus 2-3 Lyon
Sparta Praha 2-1 Glasgow City
Benfica 0-5 Chelsea
Gothenburg 1-2 Manchester City
PSV Eindhoven 1-4 Barcelona
St.Pölten 2-0 Zurich
Servet 2-4 Atlético Madrid
• Lyon They became the first team to win both seven titles and five consecutive titles last season.
• Juventus The stadium staged the Italian club's opening leg against Lyon, the first ever UEFA Women's Champions League match on the field to host the 2022 final.
• The only other former champion competing in this round, runner-up from last season is Wolfsburg . barcelona , Fortuna Hjorring and Paris Saint-Germain previous finalists.
• Brondby , Lyon , Fortuna Hjorring The , is always ready in round 32 introduced in 2009/10. Sparta Praha and Zurich will take place for the 11th time in 12 seasons.
• Brondby He's vying for a record-breaking 18th season and is the only side to take part in the knockout stage in many campaigns.
• Last season's quarterfinalists Glasgow City won both elimination draws on penalties; Adding Brøndby's last 16 scalps in the 2019/20 season, they became the first team to win in this competition by three shots.
• The first to start in round 32 matches : PSV Eindhoven , in fortune .
• First to qualify players playing : Benfica , Valerenga , lanchkhuti .
• lanchkhuti , became the first Georgian side to win a match in this competition in the opening qualifying round.
• Gornik Łęczna and Kharkiv in 32 laps for the first time.
Last 16 draw: February 16
Last 16: 3/4 and 10/11 March
Quarter-final and semi-final draw: 12 March
Quarterfinals: 23/24 March and 31 March / 1 April
Semi-finals: 24/25 April and 1/2 May
Final: 16 May 2021 (Gamla Ullevi, Gothenburg)