Football - Women's Club Tournaments


Champions League


Libertadores


International Champs


UEFA Women's Champions League

The only major pan-European women's club tournament began as the UEFA Women's Cup in 2001. It was given its present title in 2009/10 - the season when the one-off showpiece final was resumed after seven two-legged finishes.

YEAR
WINNERS
RUNNERS-UP
2002
FR'KFURT (Ger)          
Umea (Swe)
2003
UMEA (Swe)
F Hjorring (Den)
2004
UMEA (Swe)
Fr'kfurt (Ger)
2005
T POTSDAM (Ger)
Djurgarden (Swe)
2006
FR'KFURT (Ger)  T Potsdam (Ger)
2007
ARSENAL (Eng)  Umea (Swe)
2008
FR'KFURT (Ger)  Umea (Swe)
2009
DUISBURG (Ger) 
Zv'da Perm (Rus)
2010
T POTSDAM (Ger)
Lyon (Fra)
2011 LYON (Fra)
T Potsdam (Ger)
2012 LYON (Fra) Fr'kfurt (Ger)
2013 WOLFSBURG (Ger) Lyon (Fra)
2014 WOLFSBURG (Ger) Tyreso (Swe)
2015 FR'KFURT (Ger) Paris SG (Fra)
2016 LYON (Fra) Wolfsburg (Ger)
2017 LYON (Fra) Paris SG (Fra)
2018 LYON (Fra) Wolfsburg (Ger)
2019 LYON (Fra) Barcelona (Esp)
2020 LYON (Fra) Wolfsburg (Ger)
 
Finals at:  
Frankfurt 2002
Madrid 2010
London   2011, 13
Munich 2012
Lisbon 2014
Berlin 2015
Reggio   2016
Cardiff 2017
Kiev 2018
Budapest 2019
San Sebastian 2020

The 2003-09 Finals were played over two legs

Women's Copa Libertadores
The only major women's tournament organised by South American confederation CONMEBOL began in 2009. It is held as a tournament in one country.

YEAR
WINNERS
RUNNERS-UP
2009
SANTOS (Bra)
Univ. A (Pgy)
2010
SANTOS (Bra)
Everton (Chl)
2011 SAO JOSE (Bra) Colo Colo (Chl)
2012 COLO COLO (Chl) F Cataratas (Bra)
2013 SAO JOSE (Bra) F Intimas (Col)
2014 SAO JOSE (Bra) Caracas (Ven)
2015 FERROVIARIA (Bra)  Colo Colo (Chl)
2016 S LIMPENO (Pry) E d Gu'rico (Ven)
2017 CORINTHIANS (Bra) Colo Colo (Chi)
2018 ATL HUILA (Col) Santos (Bra)
2019 CORINTHIANS (Bra) Ferroviaria (Bra)

Finals at:  
Santos 2009
Barueri 2010
Sao Jose 2011, 14
Vitoria 2012
Foz do Iguacu 2013
Medellin 2015
Colonia del Sacremento   2016
Asuncion 2017
Manaus 2018
Quito 2019

International Championship

The champions of Europe, Australia and Japan, plus the Japanese League Cup winners, took part in the inaugural global women's club tournament in 2012.


YEAR
WINNERS
RUNNERS-UP
2012
LYON (Fra)
Kobe (Jpn)
2013 KOBE (Jpn)
Chelsea (Eng)
2014 SAO JOSE (Bra) Arsenal (Eng)

Finals at:  
Saitama 2012
Tokyo 2013, 14

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