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Tag Archives: UEFA Women’s Champions League

Shortlist of nominees for 2020/21 UEFA club competition awards revealed!

UEFA has announced the shortlist of nominees for 2020/21 UEFA club competition awards, which will be announced on August 26 in Istanbul. UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE UEFA has announced the names of the players shortlisted for the 2020/21 UEFA Champions League positional awards. The awards will honour the best Goalkeeper, Defender, …

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DAZN & YouTube to bring UEFA Women’s Champions League to fans around the world!

The new UEFA Women’s Champions League will bring fans all over the world closer to the action than ever before. Today, UEFA announces a first-ever four-year global broadcasting partnership with sports streaming platform DAZN, together with YouTube, that will bring an unprecedented level of exposure to women’s football. Starting from …

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New anthem and logo unveiled for UEFA Women’s Champions League!

The 2021/22 season will mark the start of a new dawn for the UEFA Women’s Champions League. The addition of a group stage and the quadrupling of prize money has already been announced, but now, the competition will have its very own anthem, as well as an updated logo and …

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German Referee Riem Hussein will direct the UEFA Women’s Champions League final!

Tonight on Sunday, May 16, a ‘Macron Hero’ will take the grass field of the Gamla Ullevi in Göteborg, Sweden, for the 2021 UEFA Women’s Champions League final between Chelsea FC and FC Barcelona: it is Riem Hussein, whom UEFA designated referee of the prestigious final and Macron will accompany …

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Germany’s Riem Hussein to referee 2021 UEFA Women’s Champions League final!

The UEFA Referees Committee has announced that German official Riem Hussein will take charge of the 2021 UEFA Women’s Champions League final between Chelsea FC and FC Barcelona. The 40-year-old has been an international referee since 2009 and was fourth official for the 2017 decider between Olympique Lyon and Paris …

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UEFA Women’s Champions League lays foundations for more sustainable future!

UEFA’s revamped Women’s Champions League, set to kick off this summer, will herald the dawn of a more sustainable future for women’s football, thanks to a pioneering financial distribution model. The new model, introduced for the 2021/22 season and approved by UEFA’s Executive Committee last week, will see the world’s …

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UEFA women’s, futsal & youth competitions postponed to November!

The UEFA Executive Committee yesterday decided to postpone and amend the format of a few competitions due to the current COVID-19 situation across Europe, in order to further mitigate risks by granting UEFA, clubs and national associations more time to adapt to the evolving situation and thoroughly prepare matches, travels …

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UEFA launches UEFA Women’s Champions League 2021–25 media rights RFP!

UEFA has today launched a Request for Proposals (RFP) process in relation to the acquisition of media rights for the UEFA Women’s Champions League 2021–25 cycle. Media rights for the UEFA Women’s Champions League will be fully centralised as of the 2021/22 season, from the newly created group stage onwards. …

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Referee team appointed for UEFA Women’s Champions League final in San Sebastian!

The UEFA Referees Committee has announced that Esther Staubli will referee the 2020 UEFA Women’s Champions League final between VfL Wolfsburg and Olympique Lyonnais. The match will be played at the Anoeta Stadium in San Sebastián on Sunday, August 30 at 20:00 CET. The 40-year-old Swiss, an international referee since …

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UEFA Foundation for Children to benefit from €50,000 Visa donation!

UEFA women’s football partner Visa has announced that it will be making a €50,000 donation to the UEFA Foundation for Children as part of its Player of the Match Award activation in Sunday’s Women’s Champions League final in San Sebastián, where VfL Wolfsburg will meet defending champions Olympique Lyonnais. This …

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