Four-time champions and title holders Olympique Lyon are looking to defend their title in Kyiv and clinch the treble, while German league and cup winner Wolfsburg are also hunting the treble.
German international footballer Alexandra Popp is a pivotal figure for both club and country. The 27-year-old spoke to DW about bogey team Lyon, the World Cup in 2019 and women's football in general.
Olympique Lyonnais have won their third Champions League in a row, 4-1 at the expense of Wolfsburg. Wolfsburg scored first in extra time, only to crumble, conceding three in a hurry and having a key player sent off.
Wolfsburg's women can continue to dream of a second treble after a first-leg semifinal win over Chelsea put them in pole position to reach the final. The other semifinal, Manchester City vs. Lyon, finished goalless.
Lyon striker Ada Hegerberg has marked a "huge step for women's football", becoming the first female Ballon d'Or winner in Paris. Her historic victory was almost overshadowed by a request to "twerk" on stage.
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