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Fulham to host 2011 Women's Champions League final

Arsenal, along with Everton are in the quarter-finals
Arsenal also reached the last eight last season

The Women's Champions League final will be played at Fulham's Craven Cottage on 26 May, European football's governing body Uefa has announced.

The match could feature at least one English team, with both Everton and Arsenal through to the quarter-finals.

Everton face 2009 champions Duisburg in the last eight, while Arsenal face Swedish team Linköpings.

Both teams will be at home in the first leg of their quarter-finals in March 2011 on dates to be confirmed.

London is also hosting this season's men's Uefa Champions League final, at Wembley Stadium on 28 May.



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see also
Contrasting draw for English pair
19 Nov 10 |  Women
Everton women reach Euro quarters
11 Nov 10 |  Women
Arsenal women earn last-gasp win
11 Nov 10 |  Women


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