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UEFA Women's Champions League 2010

The 2009-2010 edition is underway, with a new name (formerly known as the UEFA Women's Club Cup). The Final is set for May 20, 2010, in Getafe (Madrid).

The Round of 16 takes place November 4 and 11, 2009, with two-leg matches between the following teams:

Duisburg (Cup holders) v. Link÷ping
Rossiyanka v. Umeň
Montpellier v. Bayern Munich
Fortuna Hj°rring v. Lyon
Turbine Potsdam v. Br°ndby
Neulengbach v. Torres
Sparta Prague v. Arsenal
R°a v. Zvezda 2005

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The following survivors after the Round of 16 go into the Quarterfinals March 10 and 17, 2010:

*Duisburg (Cup Holders)
Turbine Potsdam
*Olympique Lyonnais
Montpellier
*Arsenal
*Umeň
R°a (The Norwegian team who eliminated last year's finalists Zvezda)
Torres

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* These four teams were also quarterfinalists last year (and also semifinalists, except for Arsenal)

The Draw for QF matchups takes place on Friday Nov. 20.
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Quarterfinal draw for March 10 and 17* (First-leg home team shown first):

Umeň v. Montpellier
Olympique Lyonnais v. Torres

Turbine Potsdam v. R°a
Duisburg v. Arsenal


* March 14 for the Arsenal v. Duisburg match

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March 10 results (first leg):

Umeň 0-0 Montpellier
Olympique Lyonnais 3-0 Torres

Turbine Potsdam 5-0 R°a
Duisburg 2-1 Arsenal
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March 14 result (second leg):

Arsenal 0-2 Duisburg

Defending champion Duisburg advances to the semifinals on 4-1 aggregate, against either Potsdam or R°a.
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March 17 results (second legs):

Montpellier 2-2 Umeň (Umeň advances on away goals to semifinal matches against Olympique Lyonnais)
Torres 1-0 Olympique Lyonnais (Lyon advances on 3-1 aggregate to semifinal matches against Umeň)

R°a 0-5 Turbine Potsdam (Potsdam advances on 10-0 aggregate to semifinal matches against Duisburg)

Semifinals matches played in two legs April 10/11 and 18.

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Semifinals:

April 10: Lyon v. Umeň
April 11: Duisburg v. Potsdam

April 18: Umeň v. Lyon
April 18: Potsdam v. Duisburg
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Well done Lyon - I heard they won 3-2 in their first leg.
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Yes, congrats to Lyon, who won their home match 3-2. But Umeň
have two away goals, and have to be favoured to win the second leg at home.

And today, April 11, Duisburg won 1-0 over Potsdam in the all-German semifinal.
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Good work Jeff. I'm sorry we contribute so little while you tire so valiantly. lol

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Potsdam squeaked into the final today, beating defending champs Duisburg 1-0 and then resolving the two-leg aggregate tie in a penalty shootout, 3-1.

Potsdam now awaits the winner of Umeň v. Lyon, which was postponed from today to a date to be determined. The French team couldn't fly to Sweden because of the volcanic ash cloud from Iceland.

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April 28 result: Umeň 0-0 Lyon

Lyon wins on 3-2 aggregate and advances to the final in Madrid May 20 against Potsdam.

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Congratulations to Potsdam for being the third German club in three years to win the UEFA Women's Championship.

They beat Lyon today on penalties (7-6) after a scoreless draw through 120 minutes.

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Teenage goalkeeper Anna Felicitas Sarholz proved the hero as 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam defeated Olympique Lyonnais 7-6 on penalties to win the UEFA Women's Champions League after the inaugural final had finished 0-0 at the Coliseum Alfonso PÚrez in Getafe.

The 17-year-old saved three spot-kicks in the semi-final shoot-out victory against FCR 2001 Duisburg and followed it up with two more, then converting one herself before Lyon's ╔lodie Thomis fired the 18th penalty against the crossbar. The victory ensured a second European crown for Potsdam, the 2005 UEFA Women's Cup winners, and left Lyon still searching for a first such crown.

Lyon's vow that they would not be overawed rang true as they fashioned the clearest opportunities of a tight first half. With 15 minutes played, and a defender from either side already in the book, Louisa NÚcib stated Les Fenottes' intent with a superb free-kick from distance which thumped against the bar.

Sarholz was soon scrambling across goal again, first to the left as ╔lodie Thomis shot first time; then to the right to keep out a long-range daisy-cutter from Amandine Henry. Potsdam had to wait 27 minutes for a glimpse of goal, Fatmire Bajramaj pouncing on a Wendie Renard slip to play in Anja Mittag, although Lyon goalkeeper Sarah Bouhaddi just won the race to the ball.

Bajramaj was a constant threat, typified by a mazy run just short of the hour which left two defenders bamboozled and Tabea Kemme free on goal. The left-back, seven metres out, caught it perfectly but Bouhaddi made a brilliant reflex save; Kemme fired the rebound high and wide as defenders closed in.

Now Potsdam were pressing, and Nadine Kessler had time to compose herself rather than shooting over after Mittag dummied a Bajramaj centre. Mittag – one of three survivors starting in Getafe from the 2005 team – went closer still six minutes from time when curling a shot against the base of the post with just Bouhaddi to beat.

Cue extra time and more Bouhaddi heroics. First the keeper combined with Laura Georges to deny Viola Odebrecht and Mittag, then she somehow kept out a stinging shot from substitute Isabell Kerschowski. The 23-year-old also denied Jennifer Zietz and Mittag in the shoot-out but, after Lyon had wasted two subsequent chances to win it, Potsdam did just that.
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