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Champions league 2015/16 the road to Milano
« on: August 19, 2014, 11:04:29 AM »
The top 8 countries coefficient for the 2015/16 edition taken from the cumulative 2009/10 to 2013/14 results

1. Germany 91.67
2. France 78.50
3. Sweden 61.5
4. England 58.5
5. Russia 47
6. Italy 37.5
7. Spain 35
8. Danemark 35

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Re: Champions league 2015/16 the road to Milano
« Reply #1 on: October 08, 2014, 12:09:40 PM »
Interesting to note ranking 9 to 17

9. Czech Republik
10. Austria
11. Norway
12. Scotland
13. Switzerland
14. Belgium
15. Kazakhstan
16. Poland
17. Netherlands

It means Glasgow City should go straight to the knock-out stage.

Teams already qualified  : Rosengard, Glasgow City, BIIK Kazygurt, Starjnan, Parnu JK, KI Klasvik, Gintra, Glentoran, Rigas.

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Re: Champions league 2015/16 the road to Milano
« Reply #2 on: October 23, 2014, 02:00:14 PM »
Orebro, Liverpool, Chelsea, Zvevda Perm, PK Vantaa have also qualified for the 2015-16 edition

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Thirty-two learn qualifying round opponents
« Reply #3 on: August 11, 2015, 09:04:21 AM »
The 2015/16 qualifying round draw has been made at UEFA headquarters in Nyon, with the 32 sides involved aiming for eight berths in the knockout phase.



Qualifying round draw (*Hosts)

Group 1: Konak Belediyespor (TUR), WFC SFK 2000 Sarajevo (BIH)*, FC Minsk (BLR), KS Vllaznia (ALB)


Group 2: FC PAOK (GRE), FC NSA Sofia (BUL), Glentoran Belfast United WFC (NIR)*, ŽFK Dragon 2014 (MKD)

Group 3: Apollon Limassol LFC (CYP)*, Stjarnan (ISL), KÍ Klaksvík (FRO), Hibernians FC (MLT)

Group 4: FC Twente (NED)*, ASA Tel-Aviv University SC (ISR), Ferencvárosi TC (HUN), FC Jeunesse Jonglënster (LUX)

Group 5: Olimpia UT Cluj-Napoca (ROU), WFC Pomurje (SVN)*, Pärnu JK (EST), WFC Ekonomist (MNE)

Group 6: ŽFK Spartak (SRB), WFC Osijek (CRO)*, CF Benfica (POR), CSF Noroc Nimoreni (MDA)

Group 7: Gintra Universitetas (LTU), KKPK Medyk Konin (POL)*, Wexford Youths WFC (IRL), Cardiff Met LAFC (WAL)

Group 8: PK-35 Vantaa (FIN)*, WFC Kharkiv (UKR), FC Union Nové Zámky (SVK), Rīgas FS (LVA)

Matches
• The groups will be played from 11–16 August as one-venue mini-tournaments.
• The eight group winners will progress to join the 24 teams from the 15 highest-ranked nations in the round of 32 draw on 20 August.

Draw facts
• Five teams are making their European debuts in the qualifying round: Benfica, Ferencváros, Wexford Youths, Dragon 2014, Jeunesse Junginster.
• Jeunesse are only the second entrants from Luxembourg after FC Progrès Niederkorn in 2011/12.
• KÍ are maintaining their unique record of featuring in all 15 editions of the competition; they have never got past this round.
• Of the sides in this season's qualifying round, Konak and Gintra reached the last 16 in 2014/15 and Apollon Limassol, Medyk Konin, Osijek and Pomurje also got through to the round of 32 (to which Twente had a bye).


Tournament calendar

Qualifying round draw: 14.00CET, 25 June
Qualifying round: 11–16 August
Round of 32 draw: 20 August
Round of 32: 7/8 & 14/15 October
Round of 16 draw: 19 October
Round of 16: 11/12 November & 18/19 November
Quarter-final & Semi-final draw: 27 November
Quarter-finals: 23/24 & 30/31 March
Semi-finals: 23/24 & 30 April/1 May
Final (Reggio Emilia): 26 May

http://www.uefa.com/womenschampionsleague/news/newsid=2259065.html

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Re: Champions league 2015/16 the road to Milano
« Reply #4 on: August 11, 2015, 09:14:46 AM »
Full entry list

Bye to round of 32 (*national runners-up)

1 1. FFC Frankfurt (GER, holders) 72.680
2 Olympique Lyonnais (FRA) 115.080
3 VfL Wolfsburg (GER)* 97.680
4 FC Rosengård (SWE) 69.295
5 Paris Saint-Germain (FRA)* 59.080
6 Brøndby IF (DEN) 52.870
7 Fortuna Hjørring (DEN)* 50.870
8 Glasgow City FC (SCO) 38.570
9 WFC Zvezda-2005 (RUS) 37.520
10 FC Barcelona (ESP) 36.530
11 FC Zürich Frauen (SUI) 32.910
12 FC Bayern München (GER) 31.680
13 FK Zorkiy Krasnogorsk (RUS)* 29.520
14 Liverpool LFC (ENG) 24.140
15 ASD CF Bardolino Verona (ITA) 20.550
16 KIF Örebro DFF (SWE)* 20.295
17 R. Standard de Liège (BEL) 19.610
18 Chelsea LFC (ENG)* 19.140
19 FSK St. Pölten-Spratzern (AUT) 14.725
20 ACF Brescia Femminile (ITA)* 14.550
21 SK Slavia Praha (CZE) 13.560
22 Club Atlético de Madrid (ESP)* 13.530
23 FC BIIK-Kazygurt (KAZ) 12.940
24 LSK Kvinner FK (NOR) 12.075


Qualifying round (**group hosts)

Seeding position 1

1 Apollon Limassol LFC (CYP)** 25.270
2 Olimpia UT Cluj-Napoca (ROU) 17.620
3 ŽFK Spartak (SRB) 15.620
4 Gintra Universitetas (LTU) 14.630
5 FC Twente (NED)** 14.610
6 PK-35 Vantaa (FIN)** 13.290
7 FC PAOK (GRE) 12.965
8 Konak Belediyespor (TUR) 12.630

Seeding position 2

9 Stjarnan (ISL ) 12.610
10 WFC SFK 2000 Sarajevo (BIH)** 11.970
11 KKPK Medyk Konin (POL)** 11.105
12 WFC Osijek (CRO)** 10.640
13 ASA Tel-Aviv University SC (ISR) 10.640
14 WFC Pomurje (SVN)** 10.300
15 WFC Kharkiv (UKR) 9.630
16 FC NSA Sofia (BUL) 8.645



Seeding position 3

17 Pärnu JK (EST) 6.650
18 KÍ Klaksvík (FRO) 5.320
19 FC Minsk (BLR) 5.130
20 Ferencvárosi TC (HUN) 5.115
21 FC Union Nové Zámky (SVK) 3.645
22 Wexford Youths WFC (IRL) 3.630
23 CF Benfica (POR) 3.135
24 Glentoran Belfast United WFC (NIR)** 2.660

Seeding position 4

25 KS Vllaznia (ALB) 1.995
26 Cardiff Met LAFC (WAL) 1.990
27 WFC Ekonomist (MNE) 1.330
28 ŽFK Dragon 2014 (MKD) 0.900
29 CSF Noroc Nimoreni (MDA) 0.165
30 Hibernians FC (MLT) 0.000
31 Rīgas FS (LVA) 0.000
32 FC Jeunesse Jonglënster (LUX) 0.000

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Re: Champions league 2015/16 the road to Milano
« Reply #5 on: August 14, 2015, 01:50:44 PM »
Minsk coefficient 5.130 through after matchday 2 obviously unseeded in first round.

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Re: Champions league 2015/16 the road to Milano
« Reply #6 on: August 17, 2015, 10:01:29 AM »
ZFK Minsk, PAOK, Stjarnan, FC Twente, Olimpia Cluj, Spartak Subotica, Medyk Konin and PK-35 Vantaa progressed from the qualifying round.


Group 1: won by ZFK Minsk

• Minsk's cosmopolitan side, bolstered by a strong African contingent including outstanding Nigerian international Uchechi Sunday, belied their third-tier seeding as they qualified with a game to go.

• Sunday opened with five goals in a 10-1 win against Konak Belediyespor, who reached the round of 16 two years ago, and two days later a 3-0 defeat of hosts SFK Sarajevo confirmed Mins's progress.

• It was also 3-0 against Albania's Vllaznia today, Sunday scoring her seventh goal of the round, while Sarajevo did finish second, overcoming third-placed Konak 3-1 with a Jasna Djoković hat-trick, her first direct from a corner.

• Sarajevo coach Samira Hurem said: "We were unlucky. Minsk deserved first place, because in all three games they played the best football. I congratulate them and I wish them luck."

Group 2: PAOK

• PAOK ended a five-year wait to return to the round of 32 as they dominated the mini-tournament in Belfast, starting by defeating hosts Glentoran 4-0 with Eleni Markou and winger Dimitra Panteliadou outstanding. Two days later they took 37 minutes to score against Dragon 2014, who had already lost 6-0 to NSA Sofia, but PAOK ended up winning 10-0.

• Glentoran defeated NSA 2-1 and Dragon 2-0 with Rachel Rogan impressing, but PAOK were not to be caught as they saw off Sofia 4-0, Panteliadou once again a constant threat to their opponents.
©Stjarnan

The Stjarnan team before they beat Apollon

Group 3: Stjarnan

• Stjarnan ended Apollon Limassol's run of five straight qualifying round group first places after beating the Cypriot hosts 2-0 in their decider in Paphos with two opportunist goals by Brazilian striker Poliana.

• Making her European debut, Poliana had also scored in Stjarnan's wins against Klaksvíkar ĺtrottarfelag and Hibernians, though they trailed Apollon on goal difference ahead of the decider.

• Kĺ, maintaining their record as the only tournament ever-presents in the 15th season, finished third but only on goal difference after Dorianne Theuma's last-gasp equaliser gave Hibernians a 3-3 draw.

Group 4: FC Twente

• Twente ensured their fourth knockout campaign as they struck 19 goals without reply against Ferencvarós, Jeunesse Jonglënster (only Luxembourg’s second entrants after Progrès Niedercorn in 2011/12) and ASA Tel-Aviv.

• Debutants Ferencvarós were Twente's toughest opponents, holding them to 2-0, while in Sunday's decider the outstanding Jill Roord scored five goals in a 7-0 defeat of ASA to take her tournament tally to seven.

• Ferencvarós beat ASA 2-1, Ebere Orji scoring her second in the 89th minute, and then Jonglënster 11-0. Nigerian forward Orji struck seven in that game, only one short of the competition record, but she was top scorer in the qualifying round overall on nine goals.

• ASA goalkeeper Andrea Dänzer also deserves credit for a string of superb saves in the mini-tournament.
©Drago Perko/NZS

Andreea Voicu on the ball for Olimpia

Group 5: Olimpia Cluj
• Olimpia Cluj, who reached the round of 16 in 2012/13 but had fallen in qualifying two seasons running, ended that run with three victories including a decisive 2-0 defeat of hosts Pomurje.

• Both teams had beaten Pärnu and Ekonomist, with Olimpia having a goal difference advantage, and despite losing key striker Alexandra Lunca to a knee injury, the Romanian champions showed great quality and intensity in defeating Pomurje, who did have chances of their own.

• Olimpia coach Mirel Albon said: "I am very happy with this achievement. We had a lot of changes in the squad. We have a lot of teenage players but they've presented themselves in a very good light. If we manage to keep this group together for a few season, I think we will be a force to be reckoned with in the Women's Champions League."

Group 6: Spartak Subotica
• Spartak Subotica are back in the round of 32 after missing out last season thanks to three victories in Croatia.

• Tijana Filipović and Tijana Matić ensured a 2-1 opening win against CF Benfica, Jelena Marenić scored all four goals to defeat Noroc Nimoreni and then Allegra Poljak struck twice to beat hosts Osijek 3-0.



• Debutants Benfica (not to be confused with nearby SL Benfica) finished second with 3-0 wins against Osijek and Noroc.

Group 7: Medyk Konin

• Polish hosts Medyk Konin, who won all three qualifying round games on debut last season, showed it was no fluke as they again managed nine points and 15 unanwered goals.

• After beating Cardiff Met 5-0 and Wexford Youths 6-0, Medyk faced a Gintra Universitetas team that had fallen 1-0 to the Irish contenders on the opening day but were still in contention to repeat their surprise run to the 2014/15 round of 16. However, Medyk proved the more clinical, winning 4-0 with Aleksandra Sikora taking her goal tally to six.

• Four Carol Breen goals gave Wexford a 5-1 win against Cardiff Met and a creditable second place.



Medyk coach Roman Jaszczak:
"Before the decisive game we knew that a great challenge awaited us. Gintra needed a win to qualify, so we let them play at the beginning of the game. After the second goal they could not focus on their game. They were chaotic and tried to play individually, which doomed them. Gintra have a few amazing players in the squad, but not a team. We wanted to win very much, although we needed only a draw to qualify, because we want to improve our coefficient ahead of the coming seasons, so we don’t need to play in the qualifying round. I'm extremely proud of my team. We scored 15 and conceded none. That means something.

"I would like to play against Barcelona. Because as a man who has worked in women's football for 30 years, I feel there is something more than just results. If Barcelona came here to Konin, that would be a great opportunity to promote women’s football in Poland. My dream is that the stadium in Konin will be fully packed one day."

Group 8: PK-35 Vantaa

• Victories for hosts PK-35 and Kharkiv against both Rīgas FS and Union Nové Zámky set up a final day decider. And it was PK-35, who had won both previous games 9-0, that prevailed 2-1.

• The Finnish champions were on top from the start and on 24 minutes Sanna Saarinen set Hanne Ojanperä up to open the scoring. Saarinen, PK-35's outstanding player, herself converted a 54th-minute penalty and although Taisiia Nesteranko pulled one back with a free-kick, the win was Vantaa's.

• Kharkiv winger Olha Ovdiychuk also impressed, scoring four goals.

• A delighted Rīgas took third place with a 3-2 defeat of Nové Zámky, the first time any Latvian team had won in this competition in their 15th fixture.

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Round of 32 draw seeding confirmed
« Reply #7 on: August 17, 2015, 10:02:56 AM »
Holders FFC Frankfurt lead the 16 seeds in the UEFA Women's Champions League round of 32 draw, streamed live from Nyon at 13.30CET on Thursday.


Having won an unprecedented fourth European title in May, Frankfurt finished outside the top two in Germany, so for only the second time after 2009/10, the Frauen Bundesliga will be represented by three clubs, the holders joined by champions FC Bayern München and runners-up VfL Wolfsburg as the knockout phase begins following last week's qualifying round. Three teams are making debuts: Chelsea,  Atlético Madrid and KIF Örebro, who clinched the 16th and last seeding slot thanks to Apollon Limassol's qualifying round exit at the hand of Stjarnan.

Draw basics

• The 24 clubs from the 15 countries with the highest rankings according to the access list were given a bye to the round of 32.
• The other places were filled by the eight qualifying round group winners.
• The 16 sides with the highest coefficients will be seeded and placed in a separate pot from the unseeded teams.
• No club can meet a team from their own association.
• The seeds will play the second leg at home.
• Matches 7/8 & 14/15 October.
• The round of 16 draw is now made separately after the round of 32 ties are played.


Seeded

FFC Frankfurt (GER, holders) coefficient 72.680
Olympique Lyonnais (FRA) 115.080
Wolfsburg (GER) 97.680
Rosengård (SWE) 69.295
Paris Saint-Germain (FRA) 59.080
Brøndby (DEN) 52.870
Fortuna Hjørring (DEN) 50.870
Glasgow City (SCO) 38.570
Zvezda-2005 (RUS) 37.520
Barcelona (ESP) 36.530
FC Zürich (SUI) 32.910
Bayern München (GER) 31.680
Zorkiy Krasnogorsk (RUS) 29.520
Liverpool (ENG) 24.140
Bardolino Verona (ITA) 20.550
KIF Örebro (SWE) 20.295



Unseeded

Standard Liège (BEL) 19.610
Chelsea (ENG) 19.140
Olimpia Cluj* (ROU) 17.620
Spartak Subotica* (SRB) 15.620
St. Pölten-Spratzern (AUT) 14.725
FC Twente* (NED) 14.610
Brescia (ITA) 14.550
PK-35 Vantaa* (FIN) 13.290
Slavia Praha (CZE) 13.560
Atlético Madrid (ESP) 13.530
PAOK* (GRE) 12.965
BIIK-Kazygurt (KAZ) 12.940
Stjarnan* (ISL) 12.610
LSK Kvinner (NOR) 12.075
Medyk Konin* (POL) 11.105
ZFK Minsk* (BLR) 5.130

*Won qualifying round group

Tournament calendar

Round of 16 draw: 19 October
Round of 16: 11/12 November & 18/19 November
Quarter-final & Semi-final draw: 27 November
Quarter-finals: 23/24 & 30/31 March
Semi-finals: 23/24 & 30 April/1 May
Final (Reggio Emilia): 26 May



Draw facts

• Debutants in round of 32: Chelsea, Atlético Madrid, KIF Örebro

• Bayern are the only German club not to have lifted the European title in their debut season, beaten in the 2009/10 round of 16 in their sole previous attempt.

• Frankfurt are joined in the competition by the two sides that won the previous four editions between them, Wolfsburg and Olympique Lyonnais, plus last term's runners-up Paris Saint-Germain.

• Glasgow City's reward for reaching the 2014/15 quarter-finals is to have helped Scotland into an automatic knockout berth for the first time.

• Spain has two entrants for the first time with Barcelona joined by Atlético.

• From 2016/17, 12 rather than eight nations receive two entries.


http://www.uefa.com/womenschampionsleague/news/newsid=2271498.html