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Preliminary Round
Group 1: Atasehir Belediyesi, Gintra Universitetas, Pomurje, Zürich
Group 2: BIIK Kazygurt, NSA Sofia, Pärnu, Spartak Subotica
Group 3: 1º Dezembro, Birkirkara, Glentoran, Olimpia Cluj
Group 4: Babruyshanka, Ekonomist, Slovan Bratislava, Unia Raciborz
Group 5: ASA Tel Aviv, Cardiff Met. Ladies, Peamount United, SFK Sarajevo
Group 6: Ada Velipoje, Apollon Limassol, KI Klaksvik, Zhytlobud-1 Kharkiv
Group 7: MTK Budapest, Nase-Taxi Skopje, PAOK Thessaloniki, Skonto Riga
Group 8: Glasgow City, Noroc Nimoreni, Osijek, PK-35 Vantaa

Round of 32
ADO Den Haag, Arsenal, Barcelona, Bardolino, Birmingham City, Brondby, Fortuna Hjorring, Göteborg, Juvisy, Malmö, Neulengbach, Olympique Lyon, Roa, Rossiyanka, Sassari Torres, Sparta Prague, Stabaek, Standard Liege, Stjarnan, Turbine Potsdam, Wolfsburg, Zorky Krasnogorsk + 10 teams from the Preliminary Round.

Previous editions
- 2001-02: Frankfurt 2-0 Umea.
SF: HJK Helsinki, Toulouse. QF: Arsenal, Odense, Ryazan, Trondheims-Orn.
Top scorer: Steffi Jones (9 goals)
- 2002-03: Umea 4-1 3-0 Fortuna Hjorring.
SF: Arsenal, Frankfurt. QF: CSK-VVS Samara, HJK Helsinki, Toulouse, Trondheims-Orn
Top scorer: Hanna Ljungberg (10 goals)
- 2003-04: Umea 3-0 5-0 Frankfurt.
SF: Brondby, Malmö. QF: Energiya Voronezh, Fulham, Gomrukçu Baku, Kolbotn
Top scorer: Chiara Gazzoli (10 goals)
- 2004-05: Turbine Potsdam 2-0 3-1 Djurgarden.
SF: Arsenal, Trondheims-Orn. QF: Babruyshanka, Energiya Voronezh, Sassari Torres, Umea.
Top scorer: Conny Pohlers (6 goals)
- 2005-06: Frankfurt 4-0 3-2 Turbine Potsdam.
SF: Djurgarden, Montpellier. QF: Arsenal, Brondby, Sparta Prague, Valur.
Top scorer: Conny Pohlers (8 goals)
- 2006-07: Arsenal 1-0 0-0 Umea.
SF: Brondby, Kolbotn. QF: Breidablik, Frankfurt, Saestum, Turbine Potsdam.
Top socrer: Hanna Ljungberg (7 goals)
- 2007-08: Frankfurt 1-1 3-2 Umea.
SF: Bardolino, Olympique Lyon. QF: Arsenal, Brondby, Rapide Wezemaal, Rossiyanka.
Top scorers: Marta & Conny Pohlers (5 goals)
- 2008-09: Duisburg 6-0 0-0 Zvezda Perm[/b].
SF: Olympique Lyon, Umea. QF: Arsenal, Bardolino, Brondby, Frankfurt.
Top scorer: Inka Grings (7 goals)
- 2009-10: Turbine Potsdam 0-0 Olympique Lyon (PS: 7-6).
SF: Duisburg, Umea. QF: Arsenal, Montpellier, Roa, Sassari Torres.
Top scorer: Vanessa Bürki (11 goals)
- 2010-11: Olympique Lyon 2-0 Turbine Potsdam.
SF: Arsenal, Duisburg. QF: Everton, Juvisy, Linköping, Zvezda Perm.
Top scorer: Inka Grings (13 goals)
- 2011-12: Olympique Lyon 2-0 Frankfurt.
SF: Arsenal, Turbine Potsdam. QF: Brondby, Göteborg, Malmö, Rossiyanka.
Top scorers: Camille Abily & Eugenie Le Sommer (9 goals)
 

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Quarter-finals: March 20 & 27/28
Aggregate scores:
FCF Juvisy Essonne (FRA) 4-1 Göteborg FC (SWE)
Olympique Lyonnais (FRA, holders) 8-0 FC Malmö (SWE)
Arsenal LFC (ENG) 4-1 ASD Torres CF (ITA)
VfL Wolfsburg (GER) 4-1 FC Rossiyanka (RUS)

Semi-finals: March 13/14 & April 21
Aggregate scores:
Arsenal 1-4 Wolfsburg
Lyon 9-1 Juvisy

Final: May 23 at Stamford Bridge
Lyon v. Wolfsburg

Lyon is looking for its third title in a row, having outscored its opponents in the last 4 matches 17-1.
 

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Mighty Olympique Lyonnais was dethroned as European club champions by underdog VfL Wolfsburg in the final on May 23. The only goal of the match was scored by Martina Müller.

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What? No thread for them to defend the title? And more importantly to increase the legacy of Marta never winning anything in her life? :pp
 

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Pretty nice to see that Tyresö didn't win. Hopefully the club will go belly up now (and in a perfect World the chairman would go to prison).
 
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