The 2019-20 UEFA Women’s Champions League season will come to a close on Sunday as reigning title holders Olympique Lyonnais will face off against VfL Wolfsburg in what will surely be a cracking final. Two teams enter but only one will be crowned champions of Europe at Anoeta Stadium in Spain.
Both teams faced a challenges within the knockout round format to get to this point in the competition as the current coronavirus pandemic caused a stop in regular play for the tournament. The two final teams remaining with an opportunity to raise a trophy in a truly unprecedented time.
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On Sunday, the eternal rivals of women’s European soccer, VfL Wolfsburg and Olympique Lyonnais, will clash once more in the UEFA Women’s Champions League Final. Both sides have already won their domestic league and Cup titles, neither side has lost a single match this season, something has got to give in San Sebastián.
Remarkably it will be the fifth successive season in which the two teams have met in the competition and after competing for the trophy in 2013, 2016 and 2018, they will play each other in the final for the fourth time. Wolfsburg won their first encounter seven years ago but since then Lyon have emerged victorious on every occasion.
Whenever VfL Wolfsburg and Olympique Lyon meet, you know it is going to be a classic. The two sides are preparing to play each other in the final of the UEFA Women’s Champions League for the fourth time.In 2013 the She-Wolves secured a narrow 1-0 victory, while the star-studded French team came out on top in 2016 (1-1 a.e.t; 4-3 on penalties) and 2018 (4-1).
“I’m expecting a closely-matched contest where the little details will be decisive. Both teams have plenty of experience and individual brilliance in their ranks. Lyon have had a day less to prepare, which could give Wolfsburg a slight advantage. In any case, Wolfsburg will
Bayern Munich’s men won the treble under Jupp Heynckes in 2013 – and Wolfsburg’s women matched this feat in the same season under the watchful eye of Ralf Kellermann. Last Sunday the record-breaking Bavarians once again completed a trio of triumphs in the league, cup and UEFA Champions League. Will history repeat itself for the She-Wolves too?