1-2: CONCACAF Under-20 Women's Championship, Semi-finals (International)
2: Liga MX Femenil, Clausura 2023: Final, Leg 1 (Mexico)
2: AXA Women's Super League, Final (Switzerland)
3: UEFA Women's Champions League, Final (International)
4: Coppa Italia Femminile, Final (Italy)
4: CONCACAF Under-20 Women's Championship, Final (International)
5: Liga MX Femenil, Clausura 2023: Final, Leg 2 (Mexico)
6: Svenska Cup Damer, Final (Sweden)
17 onwards : FIFA Women's International Friendly Games (International)
NOTE: Leagues in the Nordics, United States, Brazil etc are still ongoing
ABOUT THE EVENTS
2023 CONCACAF WOMEN'S U-20 CHAMPIONSHIP
The 12th edition of the CONCACAF Women's U-20 Championship in the North, Central American and Caribbean region
Host: Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Dates: 24 May and 3 June 2023
The top three teams of the tournament will qualify for the 2024 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup as the CONCACAF representatives
The United States are the two-time defending champions, having won the 2020 and 2022 tournaments
Dominican Republic (Host)
The group winners and runners-up advanced to the semi-finals
LIGA MX FEMENIL, CLAUSURA
Highest league of women's football in Mexico
Founded: 2016 (first season 2017)
Current season: 2022/23
Apertura* season: 8 July - 14 November 2022
Clausura* season: 6 January - June 2023
Knockout Stage: The top eight teams qualify to the knockout stage called 'Liguilla'
Quarter-finals, semi-finals and final are played with a two-legged system; a home + away game for each team
Total Matches: 167 (153 + 14 playoffs)
Current champion (2022 Clausura): Chivas Guadalajara
Current champion (2022 Apertura): Tigres UANL (5th title)
Top goal scorer 2022 Clausura: Alicia Cervante 14 goals
Top goal scorer 2022 Apertura: Mia Fishel 17 goals)
Most championships all seasons: Tigres UANL (5 titles)
*The Apertura and Clausura tournaments is a split season format common for many Latin American football leagues in which the season is divided in two sections per season (Apertura + Clausura) each with its own champion.
AXA WOMEN'S SUPER LEAGUE
Highest league of women's football in Switzerland
1970 (as Nationalliga A)
2020 (as Super League)
League sponsor: AXA
Current champion 2021/22: FC Zürich Frauen (23rd title)
Most championships: FC Zürich Frauen (23 titles)
2021/22 Top scorer: Sina Cavelti (17 goals)
2022/23 Season dates: 20 August 2022 – June 2023
Match rounds Regular season: 18
Total matches Regular season: 90
Format Regular Season:
The 10 teams play against each other twice (home / away). The 8 best-placed teams qualify for the playoffs.
The playoffs start with two-legged quarter-finals (home / away) as follows:
1st vs 8th
2nd vs 7th
3rd vs 6th
4th vs 5th
The four total winners of the quarter-finals reach the semi-finals, which also are played as two-legged (home / away). The winners of the semi-finals play the AWSL final (one game) for the Swiss champion title.
The four losing teams from the quarter-finals play classification games (two legs) to determine places 5 to 8. To determine who play who - all points and goals from the regular season and the play-off games are taken into account.
The final ranks of the losing semi-finalists will be determined with same ranking system.
Format Promotion / Relegation:
The 2 bottom-placed teams of the Regular season play a promotion / relegation round together with the 2 best-placed teams from Nationalliga B (the 2nd highest division).
All teams play against each other twice. The 2 best-placed teams in the promotion / relegation round stay in / move up to the AWSL. The bottom two clubs stay in / relegate to the Nationalliga B.
UWCL Qualification: Two teams
The Swiss champion
The winner of the Regular season (if it happens to be the same team as the Swiss champions, the losing team from the AWSL final will grab the second UWCL spot)
UEFA WOMEN'S CHAMPIONS LEAGUE 2022/23
22nd since the UEFA Women's Cup was founded in 2001. The 13th edition since the rebranding to the UEFA Women's Champions League in 2009. And it is the second edition to feature a 16-team, home-and-away group stage.
The top six nations are handed three spots (France, Germany, Spain, England, Sweden, Czech Republic).
The associations ranked 7–16 will enter with two clubs (Italy, Denmark, Netherlands, Iceland, Kazakhstan, Norway, Scotland, Belarus, Ukraine, Austria).
The remaining associations will enter with one team each.
Four teams qualify directly to the group stage:
The defending UWCL champions
The league champions from the nations ranked 1 by UEFA coefficient
The league champions from the nations ranked 2 by UEFA coefficient
The league champions from the nations ranked 3 by UEFA coefficient
For all remaining teams who don't automatically qualify for the group stage, two paths will occur:
A champions path (from where 7 teams qualify)
A non-champions 'league' path (from where 5 teams qualify)
The two paths will take place in four-team, predetermined-venue miniature tournaments (one-off semifinals, third place, and final matches) and a second round of paired home-and-away ties.
A double-round-robin group stage with four groups of four - eight teams qualify for the home-and-away quarterfinals.
Philips Stadion in Eindhoven, Netherlands will stage the final 3 June 2023.
REIGNING CHAMPIONS 2021/22:
TOP SCORER 2021/22:
Alexia Putellas (11 goals)
MOST SUCCESSFUL CLUB:
Olympique Lyonnais (8 titles)
MOST SUCCESSFUL NATION:
Germany (9 titles)
Turbine Potsdam (2)
VfL Wolfsburg (2)
COPPA ITALIA FEMMINILE
The Italian Women's Cup was first held in 1971 and is a competition reserved for Serie A Femminile and Serie B Femminile clubs.
The winner of the cup will challenge the Italian league champions team in the Italian Super Cup; 'Supercoppa Italiana Femminile'.
The 2022-2023 edition is the 51st edition and started on August 28, 2022 and will end in 2023 (Date TBA).
Current champions: Juventus (2 titles)
Most successful club: Torres (8 titles)