Barcelona vs Wolfsburg Predicted line-ups, Key Players, and kick-off time here. The women’s Champions League final will be at PSV Stadium on the afternoon of Saturday 3 June as the UEFA Women’s Champions League season ends with Barcelona playing Wolfsburg for the title in Eindhoven.
Here are the possible lineups for the women’s Champions League final between Barcelona and Wolfsburg in 2023:
Goalkeeper: Sandra Paños
Defenders: Marta Torrejón, Mapi León, Andrea Pereira, Leila Ouahabi
Midfielders: Patri Guijarro, Alexia Putellas, Aitana Bonmatí
Forwards: Jennifer Hermoso, Caroline Graham Hansen, Fridolina Rolfö
Goalkeeper: Almuth Schult
Defenders: Dominique Janssen, Svenja Huth, Felicitas Rauch, Joelle Wedemeyer
Midfielders: Lena Lattwein, Jill Roord, Sara Björk Gunnarsdóttir
Forwards: Tabea Wassmuth, Ewa Pajor, Jill Roord
These are just the possible lineups, and the actual lineups may be different. Both teams have a number of talented players, and it should be a close and exciting match.
Here are some of the key players to watch for in the final:
Alexia Putellas: Putellas is the captain of Barcelona and one of the best players in the world. She is a creative midfielder who can score goals and create chances for her teammates.
Jennifer Hermoso: Hermoso is Barcelona’s top scorer this season with 36 goals in all competitions. She is a powerful striker who is always a threat in the box.
Caroline Graham Hansen: Hansen is a Norwegian international who is known for her dribbling skills and passing ability. She is a key player in Barcelona’s attack.
Tabea Wassmuth: Wassmuth is Wolfsburg’s top scorer this season with 26 goals in all competitions. She is a versatile forward who can play anywhere in attack.
Ewa Pajor: Pajor is a Polish international who is known for her speed and finishing ability. She is a dangerous player who can create problems for any defense.
Jill Roord: Roord is a Dutch international who is a versatile midfielder who can score goals and create chances for her teammates.
The final is sure to be a close and exciting match. Both teams have a number of talented players, and it should be a thrilling contest.
However, the lineups may change due to injuries or other factors. It is also possible that both teams will play a different formation than the one listed above.
When and where is the game?
The final is at 16:00 CET on Saturday 3 June at PSV Stadium, Eindhoven. This is the first time the final has been in the Netherlands, although UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 was held there, with the decider in Enschede.
First opened in 1910, the 35,000-capacity PSV Stadium has a long history of staging major matches, including the UEFA Cup finals of 1978 (second leg) and 2006, the second leg of the 1988 UEFA Super Cup, and three games at UEFA EURO 2000. There have been two 30,000-plus crowds there for Netherlands women internationals.