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Arsenal, Potsdam, Olympique Lyonnais, FCR Duisburg advance to Champions League semifinals

The UEFA Women’s Champions League is now down to its final four after today’s second leg of the quarterfinal round. Our Game Magazine’s Olaf Goldbecker breaks down three of the four matches, and we have a recap of the Arsenal vs. Linkoping game that was decided on road goals. (more…)


European Club Ranking: Olympique Lyonnais new number 1

A new club placed itself on the throne in the European club ranking based on the results in the Champions League of the last five years. Long time top club Umea IK from Sweden has to leave the place on top after a disappointing season and is moved down to second place by French champions Olympique Lyonnais. The current semifinalists are followed in spots 3 to 5 by Arsenal LFC, FCR Duisburg, and Turbine Potsdam. The two German clubs are the only ones in the current competition to win all of their games and collecting the maximum number of 18 points so far. (more…)


UEFA Women’s Champions League: Quarterfinal roundup

Our Game Magazine spanned the globe this week, covering the UEFA Women’s Champions League quarterfinal matches. Here are reports from England and Germany. First, Khaled El-Ahmad checks in following the 1-1 draw between Arsenal and Linkopings. Olaf Goldbecker reports from Germany after the Turbine Potsdam vs. FCF Juvisy match, which ended with a 3-1 Potsdam victory. He also provides updates on the Zvezda Perm vs. Olympique Lyonnais and Everton LFC vs. FCR Duisburg matches. (more…)


Maria Karlsson becomes first Swedish international to sign in FA Women’s Super League

Maria Karlsson, who played nine years in Damallsvenskan, is now headed to England to play for Doncaster Rovers Belles in the new FA Women’s Super League, which begins this spring. The 25-year old central midfielder/defender, who had 154 caps and scored 17 goals during her time in Damallsvenskan, becomes the first Swedish international to sign for a team in England’s new semi-professional league. (more…)