Matches on Tuesday May 21, 2019
|Second Stage||17:15||Univ Católica ec||6–0||pe Melgar||Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa||Ángel Arteaga||Match Report||Leg 1 of 2|
|Second Stage||18:15||Royal Parí FC bo||1–0||ec Macará||Estadio Ramón Aguilera Costas||Michael Espinoza||Match Report||Leg 1 of 2|
|Second Stage||19:15||River Plate uy||0–0||ar Colón||Estadio Luis Franzini||Mario Díaz de Vivar||Match Report||Leg 1 of 2|
|Second Stage||19:30||Rionegro co||3–2||ar Independiente||Estadio Alberto Grisales||Eber Aguino||Match Report||Leg 1 of 2|
|Second Stage||20:30||La Calera cl||1–0||br Atlético Mineiro||Estadio Municipal Nicolás Chahuán Nazar||Roddy Zambrano||Match Report||Leg 1 of 2|
|Second Stage||20:30||Unión Española cl||0–3||pe Sporting Cristal||Estadio Santa Laura-Universidad SEK||Guillermo Guerrero||Match Report||Leg 1 of 2|
|Championship Round||9||18:00||Levski Sofia||0–2||CSKA Sofia||11,200||Stadion Vasil Levski||Dragomir Draganov||Match Report|
|Championship Round||9||18:00||Botev Plovdiv||0–2||Ludogorets||1,200||Sporten kompleks Botev 1912||Ivaylo Stoyanov||Match Report|
|Championship Round||9||21:00||Cherno More||0–0||Beroe||320||Stadion Ticha||Georgi Kabakov||Match Report|
|European Competition Qualification Playoffs Semifinals||18:30||Utrecht||3–0||Heracles Almelo||11,233||Stadion Galgenwaard||Allard Lindhout||Match Report||Leg 2 of 2; Utrecht won|
|European Competition Qualification Playoffs Semifinals||20:45||Vitesse||3–1||Groningen||9,756||GelreDome||Bas Nijhuis||Match Report||Leg 2 of 2; Vitesse won|
|Relegation Round||8||17:00||Desna Chernihiv||0–1||Vorskla Poltava||2,059||Stadion im. Yuriya Haharina||Dmytro Kutakov||Match Report|
|Relegation Round||8||17:00||Chornomorets||3–1||Karpaty Lviv||3,982||Stadion Chornomorets||Vitalii Romanov||Match Report|
|Relegation Round||8||19:30||Arsenal-Kyiv||1–1||Olimpik Donetsk||341||Stadion Dynamo im. Valery Lobanovsky||Yurii Mozharovskyi||Match Report|
|Regular Season||5||19:15||Criciúma||1–0||Guarani||3,022||Estádio Heriberto Hülse||Antonio Dib Moraes de Sousa||Match Report|
|Regular Season||5||21:30||Bragantino||2–0||Figueirense||4,887||Estádio Nabi Abi Chedid||Alexandre Vargas Tavares de Jesus||Match Report|
We have also added: Netherlands (July 16, 2018), Scotland (July 23, 2018), Portugal (July 30, 2018), Mexico (Oct 29, 2018), Belgium (Oct 29, 2018), Austria (Oct 29, 2018), Australia (Nov 5, 2018), Russia (Nov 5, 2018), Poland (Nov 12, 2018), Turkey (Nov 12, 2018), Denmark (Nov 28, 2018), Switzerland (Dec 4, 2018), Ukraine (Dec 17, 2018), Croatia (Dec 21, 2018), Greece (Jan 15, 2019), Bulgaria (Jan 29, 2019), Romania (Feb 18, 2019), Serbia (Mar 1, 2019), Czech Republic (Mar 1, 2019), Hungary (Mar 14, 2019), Norway (Apr 9, 2019), Sweden (Apr 9, 2019), Finland (Apr 18, 2019), Brazil (Jul 25, 2019), Argentina (Jul 29, 2019), China PR (Jul 29, 2019), Korea Republic (Jul 30, 2019), Japan (Aug 2, 2019), Chile (Aug 2, 2019), Colombia (Aug 6, 2019), Ecuador (Aug 6, 2019), Iran (Aug 7, 2019), Paraguay (Aug 8, 2019), Saudi Arabia (Aug 9, 2019), South Africa (Aug 12, 2019), Uruguay (Aug 14, 2019), Peru (Aug 15, 2019), India (Aug 16, 2019). We have many more leagues, but are vetting them and will release them as they are prepared.
On April 12, 2019, we released what we believe is one of the most complete sources for women's soccer data on the internet. This includes: FIFA Women's World Cup (1991-present), Women's Olympic Soccer (2016), UEFA Women's Champions League (2016-present), NWSL (USA) (2017-present), Women's Super League (ENG) (2017-present), Division 1 Féminine (FRA) (2017-present), Division 1 Féminine (GER) (2016-present), W-League (AUS) (2018-2019), Eredivisie Vrouwen (NED) (2018-2019), Toppserien (NOR) (2017-present), Damallsvenskan (SWE) (2017-present)
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