How well do you know your UEFA Women’s Champions League finals? Take our quiz to find out


Ada Hegerberg holds the record for most goals scored in one UEFA Women's Champions League Season. How many did she score?
A. 12
B. 14
C. 15


This competition has been won by teams from Germany, France, Sweden and one other country. Can you name the fourth?
A. Spain
B. England
C. Italy


Two Lyon players have featured in all seven of the club's finals. Who are they?
A. Eugénie Le Sommer & Ada Hegerberg
B. Carolin Simon & Eva Kouache
C. Wendie Renard & Sarah Bouhaddi


Which famous Brazilian was on the winning side with one Swedish team in the 2004 final, Umeå, and the losing side with another, Tyresö, a decade later? 
A. Marta
B. Raquel
C. Luana


Conny Pohlers is the only player to have won the title with three different clubs. Two of her four triumphs came with Wolfsburg. Can you name the other two teams?
A. Barcelona & Man City
B. Postdam & Frankfurt
C. Lyon & Juventus


Who scored Wolfsburg’s winning goals in both the 2013 and 2014 finals?
A. Alexandra Popp
B. Verena Schweers
C. Martina Müller


When was the first final without a German or Swedish club involved?
A. 2017
B. 2002
C. 2013


In which year did the final change from two legs to a one-off match on a neutral ground?
A. 2008
B. 2010
C. 2012


In which year did Inka Grings score the only final hat-trick to date as Duisburg beat Zvezda-2005?
A. 2012
B. 2009
C. 2010


A competition record crowd watched Lyon beat Frankfurt in the 2012 final. What was the attendance at the Olympiastadion in Munich?
A. 42,369
B. 50,212
C. 55,148


Three finals have been decided on penalties, but only in one did a goalkeeper convert the winning kick. Who was she?
A. Bryane Heaberlin
B. Tove Enblom
C. Sarah Bouhaddi


In which city will the 2020 final be played?
A. Prague
B. Vienna
C. Gothenburg


Who were the first team to win the competition?
A. Frankfurt
B. Lyon
C. Wolfsburg

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