2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League

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Template:Infobox international football competition The 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League is the 20th edition of the European women's club football championship organised by UEFA, and the 12th edition since being rebranded as the UEFA Women's Champions League.

The final will be held at the Gamla Ullevi in Gothenburg, Sweden.[1][2] The winners of the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League will automatically qualify for the 2021–22 UEFA Women's Champions League group stage, which will be the first edition to feature a 16-team group stage.[3]

Lyon are the defending champions, having won the previous five editions.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, each local health department allows a different number of spectators.

Association team allocation[edit source | edit]

The association ranking based on the UEFA women's country coefficients is used to determine the number of participating teams for each association:[4]

  • Associations 1–12 each have two teams qualify.
  • All other associations, should they enter, each have one team qualify.
  • The winners of the 2019–20 UEFA Women's Champions League are given an additional entry if they do not qualify for the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League through their domestic league. However, the title holders have qualified through their domestic league, meaning the additional entry is not necessary for this season.

An association must have an eleven-a-side women's domestic league to enter a team. As of 2019–20, 52 of the 55 UEFA member associations organize a women's domestic league, with the exceptions being Andorra, Liechtenstein and San Marino.[5]

Association ranking[edit source | edit]

For the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League, the associations are allocated places according to their 2019 UEFA women's country coefficients, which takes into account their performance in European competitions from 2014–15 to 2018–19.[6] For the first time there are two entries for the Netherlands and Kazakhstan.[2]

Association ranking for 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League
Rank Association Coeff. Teams
1 Template:Fba 90.500 2
2 Template:Fba 77.500
3 Template:Fba 53.500
4 Template:Fba 53.500
5 Template:Fba 52.000
6 Template:Fba 39.000
7 Template:Fba 36.500
8 Template:Fba 33.000
9 Template:Fba 31.000
10 Template:Fba 30.000
11 Template:Fba 28.500
12 Template:Fba 26.000
13 Template:Fba 26.000 1
14 Template:Fba 24.500
15 Template:Fba 21.000
16 Template:Fba 21.000
17 Template:Fba 19.000
18 Template:Fba 19.000
19 Template:Fba 18.000
Rank Association Coeff. Teams
20 Template:Fba 13.500 1
21 Template:Fba 12.500
22 Template:Fba 12.000
23 Template:Fba 12.000
24 Template:Fba 11.000
25 Template:Fba 10.500
26 Template:Fba 10.500
27 Template:Fba 10.500
28 Template:Fba 10.000
29 Template:Fba 9.500
30 Template:Fba 9.000
31 Template:Fba 8.500
32 Template:Fba 8.000
33 Template:Fba 7.500
34 Template:Fba 5.500
35 Template:Fba 5.000
36 Template:Fba 5.000
37 Template:Fba 4.500
Rank Association Coeff. Teams
38 Template:Fba 3.000 1
39 Template:Fba 2.500
40 Template:Fba 2.500
41 Template:Fba 2.000
42 Template:Fba 1.500
43 Template:Fba 1.000
44 Template:Fba 1.000
45 Template:Fba 1.000
46 Template:Fba 0.500
47 Template:Fba 0.000
48 Template:Fba 0.000
49 Template:Fba 0.000
NR Template:Fba
Template:Fba DNE
Template:Fba
Template:Fba NL
Template:Fba
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Notes
  • NR – No rank (association did not enter in any of the seasons used for computing coefficients)
  • DNE – Did not enter
  • NL – No women's domestic league[5]

Distribution[edit source | edit]

Unlike the men's Champions League, not every association enters a team, and so the exact number of teams entering in the qualifying rounds (played as two rounds of single-legged ties for this season) and knockout phase (starting from the round of 32, played as home-and-away two-legged ties except for the one-match final) cannot be determined until the full entry list is known. In general, the title holders, the champions of the top 12 associations, and the runners-up of highest-ranked associations (exact number depending on the number of entries) receive a bye to the round of 32. All other teams (runners-up of lowest-ranked associations and champions of associations starting from 13th) enter the qualifying round, with the group winners and a maximum of two best runners-up advancing to the round of 32.[7]

The following is the access list for this season.[8]

Access list for 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League
Teams entering in this round Teams advancing from previous round
First qualifying round
(40 teams)
  • 38 champions from associations 13 or lower
  • 2 runners-up from associations 11–12
Second qualifying round
(20 teams)
  • 20 winners of first qualifying round
Knockout phase
(32 teams)
  • 12 champions from associations 1–12 (including title holders Lyon)
  • 10 runners-up from associations 1–10
  • 10 winners of second qualifying round

Teams[edit source | edit]

In early April 2020, UEFA announced that due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe, the deadline for entering the tournament had been postponed until further notice.[9] On 17 June 2020, UEFA announced that associations must enter their teams by 10 August 2020.[10] The 2020–21 season is the first where teams must obtain a UEFA club license to participate in the UEFA Women's Champions League.[11]

A total of 62 teams from 50 of the 55 UEFA member associations participate in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League.[12]

The labels in the parentheses show how each team qualified for the place of its starting round:

  • TH: Title holders
  • 1st, 2nd: League positions of the previous season
  • Abd-: League positions of abandoned season due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe as determined by the national association; all teams are subject to approval by UEFA as per the guidelines for entry to European competitions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic[13]
Qualified teams for 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League
Entry round Teams
R32 Template:Fbaicon LyonTH (Abd-1st)[Note FRA] Template:Fbaicon Paris Saint-Germain (Abd-2nd)[Note FRA] Template:Fbaicon VfL Wolfsburg (1st)[14] Template:Fbaicon Bayern Munich (2nd)[15]
Template:Fbaicon Chelsea (Abd-1st)[Note ENG] Template:Fbaicon Manchester City (Abd-2nd)[Note ENG] Template:Fbaicon Rosengård (1st)[16] Template:Fbaicon Kopparbergs/Göteborg (2nd)[17]
Template:Fbaicon Barcelona (Abd-1st)[Note ESP] Template:Fbaicon Atlético Madrid (Abd-2nd)[Note ESP] Template:Fbaicon Slavia Prague (Abd-1st)[Note CZE] Template:Fbaicon Sparta Prague (Abd-2nd)[Note CZE]
Template:Fbaicon Fortuna Hjørring (1st)[18] Template:Fbaicon Brøndby (2nd)[19] Template:Fbaicon Juventus (Abd-1st)[Note ITA] Template:Fbaicon Fiorentina (Abd-2nd)[Note ITA]
Template:Fbaicon Servette Chênois (Abd-1st)[Note SUI] Template:Fbaicon Zürich (Abd-2nd)[Note SUI] Template:Fbaicon PSV (Abd-1st)[Note NED] Template:Fbaicon Ajax (Abd-2nd)[Note NED]
Template:Fbaicon LSK Kvinner (1st)[20] Template:Fbaicon BIIK Kazygurt (1st)[21]
Q1 Template:Fbaicon Vålerenga (2nd)[22] Template:Fbaicon Okzhetpes (2nd)[23] Template:Fbaicon CSKA Moscow (1st)[24] Template:Fbaicon Glasgow City (1st)[25]
Template:Fbaicon Valur (1st)[26] Template:Fbaicon Gintra Universitetas (1st)[27] Template:Fbaicon Apollon Limassol (Abd-1st)[Note CYP] Template:Fbaicon St. Pölten (Abd-1st)[Note AUT]
Template:Fbaicon Górnik Łęczna (Abd-1st)[Note POL] Template:Fbaicon Spartak Subotica (Abd-1st)[Note SRB] Template:Fbaicon FC Minsk (1st)[28] Template:Fbaicon SFK 2000 (Abd-1st)[Note BIH]
Template:Fbaicon Olimpia Cluj (Abd-1st)[Note ROU] Template:Fbaicon Benfica (Abd-1st)[Note POR] Template:Fbaicon PAOK (Abd-1st)[Note GRE] Template:Fbaicon Anderlecht (Abd-1st)[Note BEL]
Template:Fbaicon Ferencváros (Abd-1st)[Note HUN] Template:Fbaicon Zhytlobud-2 Kharkiv (1st)[29] Template:Fbaicon HJK (1st)[30] Template:Fbaicon Split (1st)[31]
Template:Fbaicon Peamount United (1st)[32] Template:Fbaicon Pomurje (Abd-1st)[Note SVN] Template:Fbaicon ALG Spor (Abd-1st)[Note TUR] Template:Fbaicon Vllaznia (1st)[33]
Template:Fbaicon NSA Sofia (1st)[34] Template:Fbaicon Ramat HaSharon (Abd-1st)[Note ISR] Template:Fbaicon Flora (1st)[35] Template:Fbaicon Slovan Bratislava (Abd-1st)[Note SVK]
Template:Fbaicon Swansea City (Abd-1st)[Note WAL] Template:Fbaicon (1st)[36] Template:Fbaicon Linfield (1st)[37] Template:Fbaicon Breznica Pljevlja (Abd-1st)[Note MNE]
Template:Fbaicon Birkirkara (Abd-1st)[Note MLT] Template:Fbaicon Mitrovica (Abd-1st)[Note KOS] Template:Fbaicon Rīgas FS (2nd)[Note LVA] Template:Fbaicon Agarista Anenii Noi (Abd-1st)[Note MDA]
Template:Fbaicon Kamenica Sasa (Abd-1st)[Note MKD] Template:Fbaicon Lanchkhuti (1st)[38] Template:Fbaicon Racing FC (Abd-1st)[Note LUX] Template:Fbaicon Alashkert (Abd-1st)[Note ARM]

Notes

  1. ^ Armenia (ARM): The 2019–20 Armenian Women's Football Championship was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Armenia.[39] The winner of a play-off between the top two teams of the league at the time of the abandonment, Alashkert (who were declared champions), were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Football Federation of Armenia.[40]
  2. ^ Austria (AUT): The 2019–20 ÖFB-Frauenliga was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Austria.[41] The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment, St. Pölten, were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Austrian Football Association.[42]
  3. ^ Belgium (BEL): The 2019–20 Super League Vrouwenvoetbal was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Belgium.[43] The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment, Anderlecht (who were declared champions), were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Royal Belgian Football Association.[44]
  4. ^ Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH): The 2019–20 Bosnia and Herzegovina Women's Premier League was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Bosnia and Herzegovina.[45] The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment, SFK 2000 (who were declared champions), were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Football Association of Bosnia and Herzegovina.[46]
  5. ^ Cyprus (CYP): The 2019–20 Cypriot Women's First Division was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Cyprus.[47] The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment, Apollon Limassol, were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Cyprus Football Association.[48]
  6. ^ Czech Republic (CZE): The 2019–20 Czech Women's First Division was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the Czech Republic.[49] The top two teams of the league at the time of the abandonment, Slavia Prague (who were declared champions) and Sparta Prague, were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Football Association of the Czech Republic.[50]
  7. ^ England (ENG): The 2019–20 FA WSL was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in England.[51] The top two teams of the league at the time of the abandonment based on the average number of points per matches played for each team, Chelsea (who were declared champions) and Manchester City, were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Football Association.[52]
  8. ^ France (FRA): The 2019–20 Division 1 Féminine was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in France.[53] The top two teams of the league at the time of the abandonment, Lyon (who were declared champions) and Paris Saint-Germain, were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the French Football Federation.[54]
  9. ^ Greece (GRE): The 2019–20 Panelinio Protathlima was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Greece. The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment, PAOK (who were declared champions), were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Hellenic Football Federation.[55]
  10. ^ Hungary (HUN): The 2019–20 Női NB I was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Hungary.[56] The winner of a play-off between the top two teams of the league after 13 rounds (including one originally scheduled match played after the time of the abandonment), Ferencváros, were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Hungarian Football Federation.[57]
  11. ^ Israel (ISR): The 2019–20 Ligat Nashim was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Israel.[58] The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment, Ramat HaSharon (who were declared champions), were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Israel Football Association.[59]
  12. ^ Italy (ITA): The 2019–20 Women's Serie A was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Italy.[60] The top two teams of the league at the time of the abandonment, Juventus (who were declared champions) and Fiorentina, were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Italian Football Federation.[61]
  13. ^ Kosovo (KOS): The 2019–20 Kosovo Women's League was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Kosovo.[62] The winner of a play-off between the top two teams of the league at the time of the abandonment, Mitrovica (who were declared champions), were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Football Federation of Kosovo.[63]
  14. ^ Latvia (LVA): Dinamo Rīga, the champions of the 2019 Latvian Women's League,[64] decided not to play the 2020 Latvian Women's League and the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League.[65] As a result, Rīgas FS, the second-placed team, qualified for the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League.
  15. ^ Luxembourg (LUX): The 2019–20 Dames Ligue 1 was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Luxembourg.[66] The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment, Racing FC, were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Luxembourg Football Federation.[67]
  16. ^ Malta (MLT): The 2019–20 Maltese Women's First Division was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Malta.[68] The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment, Birkirkara (who were declared champions), were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Malta Football Association.[69]
  17. ^ Moldova (MDA): The 2019–20 Moldovan Women Top League was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Moldova. The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment, Agarista Anenii Noi (who were declared champions), were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Moldovan Football Federation.[70]
  18. ^ Montenegro (MNE): The 2019–20 Montenegrin Women's League was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Montenegro. The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment, Breznica Pljevlja (who were already assured of the title by then and were declared champions),[71] were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Football Association of Montenegro.[72]
  19. ^ Netherlands (NED): The 2019–20 Eredivisie Vrouwen was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the Netherlands.[73] The top two teams of the league at the time of the abandonment, PSV and Ajax, were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Royal Dutch Football Association.[74]
  20. ^ North Macedonia (MKD): The 2019–20 Prva ŽFL was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in North Macedonia.[75] The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment, Kamenica Sasa (who were declared champions), were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Football Federation of North Macedonia.[76]
  21. ^ Poland (POL): The 2019–20 Women's Ekstraliga was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Poland. The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment, Górnik Łęczna (who were declared champions), were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Polish Football Association.[77]
  22. ^ Portugal (POR): The 2019–20 Campeonato Nacional Feminino was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Portugal.[78] The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment, Benfica, were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Portuguese Football Federation.[79]
  23. ^ Romania (ROU): The 2019–20 Liga I Feminin was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Romania. The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment, Olimpia Cluj, were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Romanian Football Federation.[80]
  24. ^ Serbia (SRB): The 2019–20 Serbian SuperLiga Žene was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Serbia.[81] The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment, Spartak Subotica (who were declared champions), were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Football Association of Serbia.[82]
  25. ^ Slovakia (SVK): The 2019–20 Slovak Women's First League was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Slovakia.[83] The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment, Slovan Bratislava, were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Slovak Football Association.[84]
  26. ^ Slovenia (SVN): The 2019–20 1. SŽNL was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Slovenia.[85] The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment, Pomurje, were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Football Association of Slovenia.[86]
  27. ^ Spain (ESP): The 2019–20 Primera División Femenina was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Spain.[87] The top two teams of the league at the time of the abandonment, Barcelona (who were declared champions) and Atlético Madrid, were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Royal Spanish Football Federation.[88]
  28. ^ Switzerland (SUI): The 2019–20 Nationalliga A was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Switzerland.[89] The top two teams of the league at the time of the abandonment, Servette Chênois and Zürich, were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Swiss Football Association.[90]
  29. ^ Turkey (TUR): The 2019–20 Turkish Women's First Football League was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Turkey.[91] The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment, ALG Spor, were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Turkish Football Federation.[92]
  30. ^ Wales (WAL): The 2019–20 Welsh Premier Women's League was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Wales. The top team of the league at the time of the abandonment based on the average number of points per matches played for each team, Swansea City (who were declared champions), were selected to play in the 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League by the Football Association of Wales.[93]

Schedule[edit source | edit]

The schedule of the competition is as follows (all draws are held at the UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland).[2] The tournament would have originally started in August 2020, but were initially delayed to October due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe. However, due to the continuing pandemic in Europe, UEFA announced a new format and schedule on 16 September 2020. Instead of mini-tournaments, the qualifying rounds will be played as two rounds of single leg knockout matches.[94]

Schedule for 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League[95]
Phase Round Draw date First leg Second leg
Qualifying First qualifying round 22 October 2020 3–4 November 2020
Second qualifying round 6 November 2020 18–19 November 2020
Knockout phase Round of 32 24 November 2020 8–9 December 2020 15–16 December 2020
Round of 16 16 February 2021 3–4 March 2021 10–11 March 2021
Quarter-finals 12 March 2021 23–24 March 2021 31 March – 1 April 2021
Semi-finals 24–25 April 2021 1–2 May 2021
Final 16 May 2021 at Gamla Ullevi, Gothenburg

The original schedule of the competition, as planned before the pandemic, and the schedule announced in June 2020, under the original format, were as follows.

Original schedule for 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League[96]
Phase Round Draw date First leg Second leg
Qualifying Qualifying round 19 June 2020 12, 15 & 18 August 2020
Knockout phase Round of 32 21 August 2020 7–8 October 2020 14–15 October 2020
Round of 16 19 October 2020 11–12 November 2020 18–19 November 2020
Quarter-finals 27 November 2020 23–24 March 2021 31 March – 1 April 2021
Semi-finals 24–25 April 2021 1–2 May 2021
Final 16 May 2021 at Gamla Ullevi, Gothenburg
Schedule for 2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League (original format)
Phase Round Draw date First leg Second leg
Qualifying Qualifying round TBD September 2020 7, 10 & 13 October 2020
Knockout phase Round of 32 TBD October 2020 11–12 November 2020 18–19 November 2020
Round of 16 TBD November 2020 3–4 March 2021 10–11 March 2021
Quarter-finals TBD March 2021 23–24 March 2021 31 March – 1 April 2021
Semi-finals 24–25 April 2021 1–2 May 2021
Final 16 May 2021 at Gamla Ullevi, Gothenburg

Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic[edit source | edit]

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe, the following special rules are applicable to the competition:[97]

  • If there are travel restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic that prevent the away team from entering the home team's country or returning to their own country, the match may be played at a neutral country or the away team's country that allows the match to take place.
  • If a team refuses to play or is considered responsible for a match not taking place, they are considered to have forfeited the match. If both teams refuse to play or are considered responsible for a match not taking place, both teams are disqualified.
  • If a team has players and/or officials tested positive for SARS-2 coronavirus preventing them from playing the match before the deadline set by UEFA, they are considered to have forfeited the match.

On 24 September 2020, UEFA announced that five substitutions would be permitted, with a sixth allowed in extra time. However, each team is only given three opportunities to make substitutions during matches, with a fourth opportunity in extra time, excluding substitutions made at half-time, before the start of extra time and at half-time in extra time. Consequently, a maximum of twelve players can be listed on the substitute bench.[98]

Qualifying rounds[edit source | edit]

First qualifying round[edit source | edit]

2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League qualifying rounds

Second qualifying round[edit source | edit]

2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League qualifying rounds

Knockout phase[edit source | edit]

Round of 32[edit source | edit]

2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League knockout phase

Round of 16[edit source | edit]

2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League knockout phase

Quarter-finals[edit source | edit]

2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League knockout phase

Semi-finals[edit source | edit]

2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League knockout phase

Final[edit source | edit]

2020–21 UEFA Women's Champions League knockout phase

See also[edit source | edit]

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