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  • We’re no longer ladies…0

    Forget about the Ladies... Chelsea's triumphant female team which clinched the cup and league double this season is now to be known as Chelsea FC Women, to put the team on a more equal footing with the men's Premier League side. It's a change that's been coming for some while - it was first proposedREAD MORE
  • Simply invincible

    Simply invincible0

    They've done it! Chelsea Ladies will go down in history as one of the great invincible teams - getting through an entire league season without defeat. At Prenton Park, on the final day of a glorious title-winning campaign, they came back from the dead in one of the turnarounds of recent years. Losing 2-0 toREAD MORE
  • We are the champions!

    We are the champions!0

    They're hanging out the bunting at Chelsea as mascots Stamford and Bridget join the Ladies' celebrations at winning the double with the 2018 Women's Super League title now added to the FA Cup triumph. The Blues' 2-0 away win at Bristol City clinched the league with a game to spare, and although heavily pregnant managerREAD MORE
  • Erin dreams of the double0

    Completing a domestic double would be a dream come true for Chelsea’s Erin Cuthbert, although the free-scoring midfielder isn’t taking the final hurdle for granted. After sealing the SSE Women’s FA Cup at Wembley earlier this month, the Blues need only a point to guarantee the FA Women’s Super League 1 title. And the crownREAD MORE
  • Just one point now needed…0

    Captured for posterity - the Eni Aluko second-half goal which gave Chelsea Ladies the cushion they needed against a tenacious Sunderland Ladies team at Kingsmeadow on a rain-soaked Saturday night, which means just one point is needed from the remaining two league games of the season to guarantee the title. Assistant manager Paul Green isREAD MORE
  • Meet the ambassador!0

      Expect trayfuls of Ferrero Rocher chocolates when you next visit Kingsmeadow... Chelsea Ladies captain Katie Chapman has announced her retirement, and is becoming one of the club's most high-profile ambassadors. Despite apparently wavering about whether to hang up her boots following the Chelsea Ladies' Women's FA Cup triumph at Wembley, when Katie picked upREAD MORE
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