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List of UEFA Women's Cup and UEFA Women's Champions League records and statistics

This page details statistics of the UEFA Women's Cup and Women's Champions League.

The UEFA Women's Cup was first played in 2001–02 and was the first international women's club football tournament for UEFA member associations. In 2009–10 it was renamed and rebranded into the Women's Champions League and allowed runner-up entries from the top eight leagues. After an expansion in 2016–17 the runners-up from the top 12 associations enter.

Contents

General performancesEdit

By clubEdit

Club Winners Runners-up Years won Years runners-up
  Lyon 5 2 2011, 2012, 2016, 2017, 2018 2010, 2013
  Frankfurt 4 2 2002, 2006, 2008, 2015 2004, 2012
  Umeå 2 3 2003, 2004 2002, 2007, 2008
  Turbine Potsdam 2 2 2005, 2010 2006, 2011
  Wolfsburg 2 2 2013, 2014 2016, 2018
  Arsenal 1 0 2007
  Duisburg 1 0 2009
  PSG 0 2 2015, 2017
  Fortuna Hjørring 0 1 2003
  Djurgården/Älvsjö 0 1 2005
  Zvezda Perm 0 1 2009
  Tyresö FF 0 1 2014

By nationEdit

Nation Winners Runners-up Semifinalists Winner Runners-up Semifinalists
  Germany 9 6 7
  France 5 4 6
  Sweden 2 5 4
  England 1 0 9
  Denmark 0 1 3
  Russia 0 1 0
  Norway 0 0 2
  Finland 0 0 1
  Italy 0 0 1
  Spain 0 0 1

Since the format change in 2009, no team from a nation outside the top four have made the semifinals save for a single appearance by Brøndby in 2015.

Teams: tournament positionEdit

Most titles won
5,   Lyon (2011, 2012, 2016, 2017, 2018).
Most finishes in the top two
7,   Lyon (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2016, 2017, 2018).
Most finishes in the top four
9,   Lyon (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2016, 2017, 2018).
Most appearances
15,   (every tournament).[1]

ConsecutiveEdit

Most consecutive championships
3,   Lyon (2016, 2017, 2018).
Most consecutive finishes in the top two
4,   Lyon (2010–2013).
Most consecutive finishes in the top four
6,   Lyon (2008–2013).

Defending the trophyEdit

A total of 17 tournaments have been played, 8 in the Women's Cup era (2001–02 to 2008–09) and 9 in the Champions League era (2009–10 to 2017–18). 5 of the 16 attempts to defend the trophy (31.25%) have been successful, split between 3 teams. These are:

Between the two eras of this competition, this breaks down as:

  • Of the 8 attempts in Women's Cup era: 2 successful (25.0%)
  • Of the 8 attempts in the Women's Champions League era: 4 successful (50.00%)

The only team to successfully defend the trophy two consecutive seasons is Lyon.

GapsEdit

Longest gap between successive titles
7 years,   Frankfurt (2008–2015).
Longest gap between successive appearances in the top two
4 years,   Frankfurt (2008–2012) and   Turbine Potsdam (2006–2010).

OtherEdit

Most finishes in the top four without ever being champion
3,   Brøndby (2004, 2007, 2015).
Most played final
3,   Frankfurt vs   Umeå (2002, 2004, 2008).

Coaches: tournament positionEdit

Most championships
2,   Hans-Jürgen Tritschoks (2006 and 2008 with Frankfurt),   Bernd Schröder (2005 and 2010 with Turbine Potsdam),   Patrice Lair (2011 and 2012 with Lyon) and   Ralf Kellermann (2013 and 2014 with Wolfsburg).
Most finishes in the top two
4,   Bernd Schröder (2005, 2006, 2010 and 2011 with Turbine Potsdam),   Patrice Lair (2011,2012, 2013 with Lyon and 2017 with Paris Saint-Germain)

Teams: matches played and goals scoredEdit

All timeEdit

[1][2]

Most matches played
79,   Arsenal.
Most wins
57,   Lyon.
Most goals scored
281,   Lyon.

IndividualEdit

Most championships
5   Camille Abily,   Sarah Bouhaddi,   Eugénie Le Sommer,   Amel Majri,   Corine Petit,   Élodie Thomis and   Wendie Renard (2011, 2012, 2016, 2017, 2018 with Olympique Lyon).
Champion with most teams
3   Conny Pohlers (2005 with Turbine Potsdam, 2008 with Frankfurt, 2013 and 2014 with Wolfsburg)

GoalscoringEdit

All-time top scorersEdit

As of 25 May 2018[3] Bold players still active.
Player Country Goals Years Clubs
1 Anja Mittag   Germany 50 2004– Turbine Potsdam, Rosengård, Paris Saint-Germain, Wolfsburg, Rosengård
2 Conny Pohlers   Germany 48 2004–2014 Turbine Potsdam, Frankfurt, Wolfsburg
3 Marta   Brazil 46 2004– Umeå, Tyresö, Rosengård
4 Lotta Schelin   Sweden 42 2008– Olympique Lyon
Camille Abily   France 42 2004– Montpellier, Olympique Lyon
6 Nina Burger   Austria 40 2005– Neulengbach
7 Hanna Ljungberg   Sweden 39 2002–2009 Umeå
8 Inka Grings   Germany 38 2008–2013 Duisburg, Zürich Frauen
9 Ada Hegerberg   Norway 37 2012– Stabæk, Turbine Potsdam , Olympique Lyon
10 Eugénie Le Sommer   France 36 2010– Olympique Lyon

Most goals in a single seasonEdit

As of 25 May 2018

Includes qualifying games. Bold indicates ongoing season and active player in the season.

Rank Player Season Goals
1 Ada Hegerberg 2017–18 15
2 Conny Pohlers 2004–05 14
Margrét Lára Viðarsdóttir 2008–09
Célia Šašić 2014–15
5 Inka Grings 2010–11 13
Ada Hegerberg 2015–16


In finalsEdit

Fastest goal from kickoff in a final
12 seconds,   Marta (Umeå), vs Frankfurt, 2008.
Latest goal from kickoff in a final
93rd minute,   Birgit Prinz (Frankfurt), vs Turbine Potsdam, 2006.

TeamEdit

Biggest margin of victory
21,   Apollon Limassol (21) vs   Ada Velipojë (0), 2012–13 qualifying round.
Biggest margin of victory, final game
6,   Duisburg (6) vs   Zvezda Perm (0), 2009 Final.
Most goals scored in a match, one team
21,   Apollon Limassol (21) vs   Ada Velipojë (0), 2012–13 qualifying round.
Most goals scored in a final game, both teams
7,   Wolfsburg (4) vs   Tyresö (3), 2014 Final.

TournamentEdit

Most goals scored in a tournament
470 goals, 2007–08.[4]
Fewest goals scored in a tournament
186 goals, 2015–16.
Most goals per match in a tournament
5.36 goals per match, 2001–02.
Fewest goals per match in a tournament
3.05 goals per match, 2015–16.

Penalty shootoutsEdit

Most shootouts, team, all-time
2,   Frankfurt (2003, 2016) and   Turbine Potsdam (twice in 2010).
Most shootouts, team, in one tournament
2,   Turbine Potsdam, 2009–10.
Most shootouts, all teams, in one tournament
2, 2009–10.
Most wins, team, all-time
2,   Turbine Potsdam.
Most successful kicks, team, all-time
11,   Frankfurt (in 2 shootouts).
Most successful kicks, team, in one tournament
10,   Turbine Potsdam, 2009–10 (in 2 shootouts).
Most successful kicks, all teams, in one tournament
17, 2009–10 (in 2 shootouts).

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Women UEFA-Cup - All-Time Table (2001/02–2013/14)". RSSSF. Retrieved 20 November 2015.
  2. ^ All-time table at weltfussball.de
  3. ^ Anja Mittag on 50, Hegerberg catching: the top scorers
  4. ^ "Frauen Champions League - Statistik » Tore pro Saison". weltfussball.de. Retrieved 5 May 2017.