A mix of high-profile overseas internationals have blended effectively with some top-level Spanish talent to put Bacelona within touch of the prize

PAÑOS

1

SANDRA

Goalkeeper

POSITION

D.O.B

04/11/1992

NATIONALITY

24/0

UEFA CLUB APPS/ GOALS

Spanish

ALL TIME

2017/18

8/0

An excellent shot-stopper and good with the ball at her feet, Barcelona’s first-choice goalkeeper has racked up a remarkable seven successive clean sheets in Europe this season and has not conceded in 660 mins.

VAN DER GRAGT

3

STEPHANIE

Defender

POSITION

D.O.B

16/08/1992

NATIONALITY

16/1

UEFA CLUB APPS/ GOALS

Dutch

ALL TIME

2017/18

0/0

A member of the Netherlands squad that won UEFA Women’s EURO 2017, the former Bayern and Ajax centre-back has been hit by a serious knee injury in her debut Barcelona season.

TORREJÓN

8

MARTA

Defender

POSITION

D.O.B

27/02/1990

NATIONALITY

42/3

UEFA CLUB APPS/ GOALS

Spanish

ALL TIME

2017/18

6/1

Spain’s most-capped player has been a bulwark in defence since signing from Espanyol in 2013. Capable of playing across the back line, she boasts technique, pace and an eye for goal.

LOSADA

6

VICKY

Midfielder

POSITION

D.O.B

05/03/1991

NATIONALITY

24/3

UEFA CLUB APPS/ GOALS

Spanish

ALL TIME

2017/18

6/0

Now in her fourth spell at the club, the technically gifted Barcelona captain runs the midfield with energy and experience to go with her goalscoring pedigree.

GUIJARRO

12

PATRICIA

Midfielder

POSITION

D.O.B

17/05/1998

NATIONALITY

19/3

UEFA CLUB APPS/ GOALS

Spanish

ALL TIME

2017/18

3/2

Top scorer and player of the tournament at the 2018 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup, the midfield orchestrator also hit five goals as Spain claimed the 2017 European U19 title.

ALVES

10

ANDRESSA

Forward

POSITION

D.O.B

10/11/1992

NATIONALITY

16/4

UEFA CLUB APPS/ GOALS

Brazilian

ALL TIME

2017/18

7/1

The set-piece specialist can play across the forward line and joined from Montpellier in 2016, a year after scoring against Spain for Brazil at the FIFA Women’s World Cup.

DUGGAN

16

TONI

Forward

POSITION

D.O.B

25/07/1991

NATIONALITY

38/18

UEFA CLUB APPS/ GOALS

English

ALL TIME

2017/18

8/5

Became the first English player to represent Barcelona since Gary Lineker when she joined in 2017. Duggan can play through the middle or out wide, her goals proving crucial to Barça’s season.

MARTENS

22

LIEKE

Forward

POSITION

D.O.B

16/12/1992

NATIONALITY

19/5

UEFA CLUB APPS/ GOALS

Dutch

ALL TIME

2017/18

5/2

Martens had already agreed to join Barcelona from Rosengård when her displays at UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 won her a raft of awards. She continues to impress, both as a winger and central attacker.

TAJONAR

13

PAMELA

Goalkeeper

POSITION

D.O.B

02/12/1984

NATIONALITY

0/0

UEFA CLUB APPS/ GOALS

Mexican

ALL TIME

2017/18

0/0

The experienced Mexican international signed from Sevilla last year after spells in Sweden and the USA, her height and leadership qualities making her a commanding presence in the area.

LEÓN

4

MARÍA

Defender

POSITION

D.O.B

13/06/1995

NATIONALITY

17/1

UEFA CLUB APPS/ GOALS

Spanish

ALL TIME

2017/18

8/1

The first player in Spanish women’s football to command a transfer fee when she joined from Atlético Madrid in 2017, the former left-back now excels in central defence, where her pace is an asset.

OUAHABI

15

LEILA

Defender

POSITION

D.O.B

22/03/1993

NATIONALITY

15/1

UEFA CLUB APPS/ GOALS

Spanish

ALL TIME

2017/18

5/0

A left-back with the speed and skill to flourish as a winger, Ouahabi spent the early part of her career in Barcelona’s youth teams and returned in 2016 after three years with Valencia.

GILI

7

GEMMA

Midfielder

POSITION

D.O.B

21/05/1994

NATIONALITY

23/0

UEFA CLUB APPS/ GOALS

Spanish

ALL TIME

2017/18

3/0

The childhood fan of Xavi Hernández and Andrés Iniesta has combined playing football with studying architecture, and helped Spain win European Under-17 titles in 2010 and 2011.

HAMRAOUI

18

KHEIRA

Midfielder

POSITION

D.O.B

13/01/1990

NATIONALITY

24/3

UEFA CLUB APPS/ GOALS

French

ALL TIME

2017/18

7/2

The summer arrival played five times during Lyon’s triumphant 2017/18 season. She grabbed the vital first-leg goal at Bayern in this year’s semi-final, but was sent off in the return and is suspended for the final.

PUTELLAS

11

ALEXIA

Forward

POSITION

D.O.B

04/02/1994

NATIONALITY

36/3

UEFA CLUB APPS/ GOALS

Spanish

ALL TIME

2017/18

7/1

Possessing the skill to beat defenders plus an eye for goal, the left-footed Putellas was a European U17 champion with Spain in 2010 and 2011 and the 2015 Catalan player of the year.

LATORRE

19

BÁRBARA

Forward

POSITION

D.O.B

14/03/1993

NATIONALITY

15/2

UEFA CLUB APPS/ GOALS

Spanish

ALL TIME

2017/18

2/0

Latorre first made her name in futsal before switching to football with Zaragoza in 2011, since when her pace and finishing acumen have marked her out as a threat on the wing.

ANDÚJAR

23

CANDELA

Forward

POSITION

D.O.B

26/03/2000

NATIONALITY

1/0

UEFA CLUB APPS/ GOALS

Spanish

ALL TIME

2017/18

1/0

Converted from a midfielder into a winger and striker since arriving at Barça aged 12, Andújar impressed for Spain at the 2016 and 2017 WU17 EUROs and 2016 U-17 Women’s World Cup.

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25

GEMMA

Goalkeeper

POSITION

D.O.B

23/10/1999

NATIONALITY

0/0

UEFA CLUB APPS/ GOALS

Spanish

ALL TIME

2017/18

0/0

The youngster has climbed through the ranks at Barcelona and first linked up with the senior squad at the age of 16, proving particularly impressive with her feet.

SERRANO

5

MELANIE

Defender

POSITION

D.O.B

12/10/1989

NATIONALITY

29/1

UEFA CLUB APPS/ GOALS

Spanish

ALL TIME

2017/18

4/0

Also adept in midfield, the left-back has been with Barcelona for more than 15 years, scoring in the final-day title-decider win at Athletic Club that secured the 2012/13 Spanish crown.

PEREIRA

17

ANDREA

Defender

POSITION

D.O.B

19/09/1993

NATIONALITY

9/0

UEFA CLUB APPS/ GOALS

Spanish

ALL TIME

2017/18

8/0

The Spain centre-back was born in Barcelona but only joined last year, switching from arch-rivals Atlético after honing her skills with Espanyol – skills that include the trademark Barça poise on the ball.

CALDENTEY

9

MARIONA

Midfielder

POSITION

D.O.B

19/03/1996

NATIONALITY

18/6

UEFA CLUB APPS/ GOALS

Spanish

ALL TIME

2017/18

6/2

A midfielder who can also play up front, Caldentey has been with Barcelona since 2014. She scored the winners in both the 2018 Copa de la Reina final and this season’s semi-final second leg against Bayern

ANDONOVA

21

NATAŠA

Midfielder

POSITION

D.O.B

04/12/1993

NATIONALITY

37/11

UEFA CLUB APPS/ GOALS

N. Macedonian

ALL TIME

2017/18

6/0

A fearsome striker of the ball from distance, Andonova announced her talent at the 2010 WU19 EURO and had spells with Potsdam, Rosengård and Paris before signing for Barcelona in 2017.

BONMATI

14

AITANA

Forward

POSITION

D.O.B

18/01/1998

NATIONALITY

10/2

UEFA CLUB APPS/ GOALS

Spanish

ALL TIME

2017/18

6/1

This has been a breakthrough campaign for the Barcelona academy product and former European champion at U17 and U19 level, her dribbling and goalscoring ability coming to the fore.

OSHOALA

20

ASISAT

Forward

POSITION

D.O.B

09/10/1994

NATIONALITY

4/0

UEFA CLUB APPS/ GOALS

Nigerian

ALL TIME

2017/18

2/0

A hugely exciting playmaker and forward, the three-time African player of the year – and star of the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup – joined on loan from China’s Dalian Quanjian in January.

PINA

24

CLAUDIA

Forward

POSITION

D.O.B

12/08/2001

NATIONALITY

23/5

UEFA CLUB APPS/ GOALS

Spanish

ALL TIME

2017/18

1/0

The prolific Pina became Barcelona’s youngest debutant aged 16 years, five months and two days in 2017 – the same year she finished as Europe’s top national-team scorer with 16 U17 goals.

FOR THE RECORD

ROAD TO THE FINAL
ROUND OF 32

BIIK-Kazygurt 3-1 Barcelona

Barcelona 3-0 BIIK-Kazygurt

Barcelona win 4-3 on aggregate

ROUND OF 16

Barcelona 5-0 Glasgow City

Glasgow City 0-3 Barcelona

Barcelona win 8-0 on aggregate

QUARTER-FINALS

Barcelona 3-0 LSK Kvinner

LSK Kvinner 0-1 Barcelona

Barcelona win 4-0 on aggregate

SEMI-FINALS

Bayern München 0-1 Barcelona

Barcelona 1-0 Bayern München

Barcelona win 2-0 on aggregate

LEADING SCORERS

Toni Duggan

Mariona Caldentey

Patricia Guijarro

Kheira Hamraoui

Lieke Martens

5

2

2

2

2

MINUTES PLAYED

Sandra Paños

María León

Andrea Pareira

Toni Duggan

Marta Torrejón

720

682

675

567

540

7

This is Barcelona’s seventh successive season in the UEFA Women’s Champions League.

13

Barcelona are the 13th different club to reach the final and the first from Spain.

7

The semi-final second leg against Bayern was Barcelona’s seventh straight European win – surpassing the club record of six in 2016/17.

40

Barcelona’s 40 UEFA Women’s Champions League matches are a Spanish record – 23 more than any other club.

A club-record crowd of 12,764 watched Barcelona beat Bayern in the semi-final second leg at the Mini Estadi.

12,764

ROLL OF HONOUR

SPANISH LEAGUE 

2012, 2013, 2014, 2015

SPANISH CUP 

1994, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2017, 2018

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