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Crowds increase for Ladies

Crowds increase for Ladies

After coming to terms with their first - narrow - defeat at Kingsmeadow, to a determined Manchester City ladies' team, Chelsea Ladies can pick themselves up and get their title challenge back on course with a match against Everton. The 1-0 loss on January 14 in the Conti Cup was disappointing, but it's the league

After coming to terms with their first – narrow – defeat at Kingsmeadow, to a determined Manchester City ladies’ team, Chelsea Ladies can pick themselves up and get their title challenge back on course with a match against Everton.

The 1-0 loss on January 14 in the Conti Cup was disappointing, but it’s the league that really matters.

The game takes place at 12.30pm on Sunday January 28, at the same time that the Chelsea first team is facing Newcastle in the FA Cup at Stamford Bridge.

As a positive, the Conti Cup match was the second Sunday in a row in which a Chelsea Ladies game at Kingsmeadow attracted more than 2,500 supporters… underlining the growing support for the women’s game in the Surbiton, Kingston and New Malden area.

“I’m looking forward to more professionalism throughout the game, because then we will get more games like this week in, week out,” said coach Emma Hayes. “That’s why we’re getting 2,500 coming out to watch this – because the product is improving.”

Tickets for the match on Sunday January 28 are available via www.chelseafc.com/ladiestickets

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