2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
4-0-0, 1st in UEFA Women's Champions League
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9dSam Marsden

Putellas makes history with Ballon d'Or win

Barcelona's Alexia Putellas has become the first Spain international to win the Ballon d'Or since 1960 after leading her club to the Treble.

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25dAdriana Garcia

Spain's women stage protest in league row

Spain's women's top-division players launched protests this weekend to highlight the delay of the beginning of their professional football league.

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28dFreya Martin and Kathleen McNamee

Mead: Barca schooled us but we have learned

Arsenal forward Beth Mead has said her side were "schooled" when they met Barcelona in the Champions League in October.

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63dSam Marsden

Barcelona overwhelm Arsenal in UWCL

Asisat Oshoala scored one and made two as holders Barcelona kicked off their Women's Champions League campaign with a 4-1 win over Arsenal.

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86dESPN

Barcelona to face Arsenal in revamped UWCL

Barcelona will start their Champions League defence in the first-ever group stage in the women's tournament against Arsenal, Hoffenheim and HB Koge.

Barcelona takes the lead over Houston in emphatic fashion (0:40)
108d
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111dReuters

Prem midfielders lead UEFA POY list for 1st time

Chelsea duo N'Golo Kante and Jorginho as well as Manchester City's Kevin de Bruyne are in the running for UEFA's male player of the year award.

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117dESPN

Mbappe, Haaland lead UCL award nominations

Borussia Dortmund's Erling Haaland and Paris Saint-Germain's Kylian Mbappe have been shortlisted for the 2020-21 UEFA Champions League awards.

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138dAdriana Garcia

Ronaldo could face Messi in preseason clash

Barcelona will take on Juventus in the Joan Gamper Trophy in what could see a potential clash between Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.

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164dSam Marsden, Moises Llorens

Barcelona women's coach quits after treble win

Lluis Cortes has left his role as the coach of Barcelona's women's team after winning the treble this season, the club confirmed on Sunday.

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171dSam Marsden and Moises Llorens

Laporta: Barca financially worse off than expected

Joan Laporta has said Barcelona are in an even worse position than he imagined when he was elected as president in March.

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176dAdriana Garcia

Spain's 'historic debt' paid as women turn pro

The Spanish government has designated its top league as professional, paying off a "historic debt" it owes to the women's game.

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187dESPN

Barca legend Losada announces club departure

Barcelona captain Vicky Losada has announced she will leave the club at the end of the season after 16 years with the club.

Chelsea Football Club
203dESPN

36 Minutes Of Madness (And More)

Join Anna Harrington, Angela Christian-Wilkes, Marissa Lordanic, Sam Lewis and Kathleen McNamee as they dissect the Women's Champions League final.

Can Chelsea stop Barcelona to lift the Champions League title? (1:59)
208d
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213dReuters

Barca crowned Primera Iberdrola champions

Barcelona retained the Primera Iberdrola title on Sunday after maintaining their 100% record in the league by beating Granadilla Tenerife 1-0.

RankingsUEFA Women's Champions League

Goal Difference141st
Goals Scored151st
Assists0Tied-1st
Goals Conceded12nd