Carly Telford, above, who kept a clean sheet against Liverpool for Chelsea Women at the weekend, is in Phil Neville's England squad for the forthcoming internationals. Uncapped Manchester City duo Georgia Stanway and goalkeeper Ellie Roebuck are also included as head coach Neville follows up on his commitment to giving young players opportunities to progressREAD MORE
Former Chelsea Women's captain, and now club ambassador, Katie Chapman has been on a mission to the Jordan/Syria border, to run football training sessions in a refugee camp. "We have a perception of refugees," said Katie. "I wanted to go and experience what life is really like for these people." In a three-day visit toREAD MORE
Magda Eriksson discusses her bicycle technique It's a goal she must have scored 1,000 times in her dreams... an overhead gem which Magda Eriksson rifled home against Liverpool to give Chelsea Women a morale-boosting victory ahead of their midweek Champions League trip to Italy. The defender met Erin Cuthbert's corner kick - oneREAD MORE
Oh no, Bridget! Another 0-0 Well, you couldn't fault the effort. Chelsea fought and fought, but just couldn't get the goal they needed to beat Birmingham on Sunday. The result, at a sun-soaked Autotech stadium in Solihull, was yet another 0-0... while Arsenal and Man City continued to soar away in their respective matches, apparentlyREAD MORE
Moonrise over Kingsmeadow Chelsea, languishing in fifth place after just one win in five league outings, have made more touches in the opposition box than any other team this season. The latest batch of Opta stats to be published out of Wembley Stadium by the Football Association for the Women's Super League reveals thatREAD MORE
Kaz Carney chats to the media after Chelsea's 1-0 win over Fiorentina The treatment of Chelsea captain Karen Carney at the hands of Instagram trolls has been condemned by the club and the Football Association, while calling into question the policing of social media and the effect it can potentially have on players and theREAD MORE
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