Olympique Lyonnais French player Wendy Renard (C) and teammates take part in a training session, on May 22, 2018 in Lyon, few days before the Women's Champions League final football match against Wolfsburg. / AFP / JEFF PACHOUD
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The Women's Champions League final will become an unmissable event when it separates from the men's contest next year, UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin has said ahead of this week's showpiece in Kiev between VfL Wolfsburg and Olympique Lyonnais.The two titans of women's football meet Thursday, two days before Liverpool take on Real Madrid in the men's edition in the Ukrainian capital. Ceferin, head of European soccer's governing body since 2016, was confident that the club competition could emulate the success of last year's Women's European Championship hosted in the Netherlands.Lyon recently wrapped up a record 16th French league title and take on PSG in the final of the Coupe de France next week.
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