Chelsea Women vs Barcelona Femenino LIVE commentary: Full coverage of Women’s Champions League final tonight – kick-off time and confirmed teams

Chelsea take on Barcelona in the final of the Women’s Champions League this evening and talkSPORT will bring you full coverage of the showpiece match.

Emma Hayes’ Chelsea clinched Women’s Super League glory last Sunday with a convincing 5-0 win over Reading.

Chelsea take on Barcelona in the final of the Women’s Champions League this weekend

The Blues have also won the League Cup this season and are still on for an incredible quadruple, with the FA Cup still ongoing and a last-16 place secured.

Chelsea saw off Bayern Munich in a thrilling semi-final tie to reach their first ever Champions League final.

Now they’ll take on Primera Division champions Barcelona for Europe’s top title tonight.

Chelsea v Barcelona: How to listen

The Women’s Champions League final will get under way at 8pm on Sunday, May 16 and is being held at the Gamla Ullevi stadium in Gothenburg.

Full coverage from Sweden will be live on talkSPORT, with our pre-match build-up starting at 7pm.

Faye Carruthers will be your host and commentary will come from Sam Matterface, Fara Williams and Courtney Sweetman-Kirk.

To tune in, click the radio player below or HERE for the live stream.

Here are the other ways to listen…

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Radio – talkSPORT is available across the United Kingdom via DAB digital radio and on 1089 or 1053 AM.

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Women’s Champions League: Routes to the final


  • Round of 32: Benfica 8-0agg 
  • Round of 16: Atletico Madrid 3-0agg 
  • Quarter-finals: Wolfsburg 5-1agg 
  • Semi-finals: Bayern Munich 5-3agg 


  • Round of 32: PSV Eindhoven 8-2agg 
  • Round of 16: Fortuna Hjorring 9-0agg 
  • Quarter-finals: Manchester City 4-2agg 
  • Semi-finals: Paris Saint-Germain 3-2agg

Chelsea v Barcelona: What has been said?

Chelsea XI: Berger, Carter, Eriksson, Charles, Bright, So-Yun, Leupolz, Ingle, Kerr, Harder, Kirby.

Substitutes: Telford, Andersson, Blundell, Fleming, Spence, Cuthbert, Fox, Reiten, Beever-Jones, Musovic, England.

Barcelona XI: Panos, Torrejon, Leon, Guijarro, Ouahabi, Bonmati, Hamraoui, Putellas, Martens, Hansen, Hermoso.

Substitutes: Coll, Vilamala, Crnogorevic, Codina, Oshoala, Serrano, Font, Losada, Fernandez, Mariona.

Chelsea v Barcelona: What has been said?

After securing their place in the final, Chelsea boss Emma Hayes said: “I’ve wanted this so badly. We’re there, we’re in the final.

“I’ve learned over the years that, of course I want to win the final, but I am going to acknowledge the achievement of making history getting there because we put thousands of hours into what we do and I’m going to have a nice evening.

“I’m overwhelmed with emotion. I can’t describe it. I almost can’t let the tears go. How do you describe the pride you have for the club you represent, for the people you represent? I’m a very maternal figure in here and I’m so happy for everyone.

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Emma Hayes’ Chelsea clinched Women’s Super League glory last Sunday

“I said this time last year the Champions League final will be Chelsea-Barcelona. That’s what I told my head of performance and he said why them. I said it’s either them or PSG, and if we avoid PSG or Barcelona then I fancy us.

“I am happy to play Barcelona in a one-off game in a neutral venue. Spanish teams are tricky, we know how well they possess the ball. But I know how much talent we’ve got. 

“We’re going there to win it.”