|Full name||Standard de Liège (women)|
|Ground||Stade Standard de Liège, Liège|
Standard Fémina de Liège is Standard Liège's women's section and the most honoured women's football team in Belgium, with 17 national league titles--15 in the Belgian Women's First Division when it was the top level of women's football in the country, and two in the Super League, the current top level. Standard was also the top-placing Belgian team in all three seasons of the now-defunct BeNe League, which served as the joint top-level league for both Belgium and the Netherlands from 2012-13 to 2014-15, and won that league's overall title in its final season.
It was founded in 1971 as Saint-Nicolas FC Liège before taking its current name three years later after winning the inaugural edition of the Belgian league.
In its fifth European season Standard hat to start in the qualifying.
|2009-10||Women's Champions League||Round of 32||0-0||1-3||1-3||Montpellier|
|2011-12||Women's Champions League||Round of 32||0-2||4-3||4-5||Brøndby|
|2012-13||Women's Champions League||Round of 32||1-3||0-5||1-8||Turbine Potsdam|
|2013-14||Women's Champions League||Round of 32||2-2||1-3||3-5||Glasgow City LFC|
|2014-15||Women's Champions League||Qualifying round||0-1||Atlético Ouriense|
|1-0||ASA Tel Aviv|
|2015-16||Women's Champions League||Round of 32||0-2||0-6||0-8||1. FFC Frankfurt|
|2016-17||Women's Champions League||Qualifying Round||1-3||FC Minsk|
6 June 2020
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.