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12 players represented by LTA Agency are involved in the round of 32 of the UEFA Women’s Champions League that starts today.

Hedvig Lindahl (Wolfsburg) – Wolfsburg’s Swedish star joined the Bundesliga club this season. She has a lot of experience in the UEFA Women’s Champions League matches. She reached the semifinals with Chelsea in the 2017/18 and 2018/19 seasons.

Emma Berglund (Göteborg) – 30-year-old Swedish international defender is used to high level competitions. She took part to the last four successive seasons of the UEFA Women’s Champions League.

Irene Paredes (PSG) – Spain defender reached the UEFA Women’s Champions League final in the 2016/17 season; last season she reached the quarterfinals with PSG.

Linda Sembrant (Juventus) – Swedish defender played in the final of the UEFA Women’s Champions League in the 2013/14 season. In her last appearance in the 2017/18 season with MHSC, she reached the quarterfinals.

Katrine Veje (Arsenal) – experienced left winger made her last appearance in 2017/18 season with MHSC with whom she reached the quarterfinals.

Sofie Junge (Juventus) – 27-year-old Danish international made her last appearance in the 2016/17 season with FC Rosengard. She played for five consecutive seasons prior to that.

Stefania Vatafu (Anderlecht) – Romanian international midfielder will play her second UEFA Women’s Champions League with Anderlecht. It is her 9th successive UWCL appearance.

Virginia Torrecilla (Atletico Madrid) – Spain stalwart reached the round of 16 in her last participation in 2017/18 with MHSC. She was also involved with FC Barcelona for three seasons.

Alex Chidiac (Atletico Madrid) – young Australian midfielder could have her debut in the UEFA Women’s Champions League this season. Last season her club reached the round of 16.

Signe Bruun (PSG) – young centre forward already has more than ten appearances in the UEFA Women’s Champions League featuring in all of the past four seasons.

Laura Rus (Anderlecht) – Romanian in-form forward scored two goals in the qualifying round to help Anderlecht to reach this step of the tournament. She is the former UEFA Women’s Champions League top goalscorer and has scored impressive 26 goals in 26 matches played in the competition so far.

Caroline Møller (Fortuna Hjørring) – Talented 20-year-old striker is playing in her fourth UEFA Women’s Champions League campaign with Fortuna.