Sunday, May 16, at 9 p.m.


Gamla Ullevi, Gothenburg.

The match is broadcast on TV6.

The final team?

Spanish league leaders FC Barcelona play their second CL final (loss 2019 against Lyon) and meet the new English champions Chelsea who make their first final in the Champions League.

For the first time in over ten years, the tournament will have a winner from a country other than France or Germany.

The Swedish connection?

Chelsea's team captain is the Swedish national team player Magdalena Eriksson, even Jonna Andersson usually gets a lot of playing time.

Both played for several seasons in Linköping, where the Danish world star Pernille Harder also lived.

Harder is one of Chelsea's sharpest offensive weapons.

National team goalkeeper Zecira Musovic, formerly Rosengård, is often found on Chelsea's bench.

Maren Mjelde, leading in both Chelsea and the Norwegian national team previously played in Kopparberg Gothenburg (now Häcken), Mjelde is, however, on the injury list at the moment.

Barcelona lacks Swedish national team players, but the team's big star Dutch European Championship gold medalist Like Martens speaks fluent Swedish after living in Sweden and playing for both Gothenburg and Rosengård.

Norwegian Caroline Graham Hansen and Spanish Jenni Hermoso both played for a time for Tyresö.

Barcelona's road to final:

Has beaten PSV, Fortuna Hjörring, Manchester City and PSG.

Leading scorers in CL: Jenni Hermoso, six goals, Lieke Martens, five goals.

Chelsea's road to final:

Has beaten Benfica, Atletico Madrid, Wolfsburg and Bayern Munich.

Main scorers: Fran Kirby, six goals.