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  • Rebranded, improved, Hampton Court

    Rebranded, improved, Hampton Court0

    This year’s Hampton Court Flower Show was rebranded the Hampton Court Garden Festival, which more accurately reflects the annual show. The RHS has, at last, recognised that trends in garden design are at odds with the type of gardens most want to see at Hampton Court. Gone are the conceptual plots which bemused or baffled

  • Spurs, Arsenal, then Man U!

    Spurs, Arsenal, then Man U!0

    Chelsea Women's fixtures have been released... with the first three home games against Tottenham, Arsenal... then Manchester United. The first game has been switched to Stamford Bridge, with live coverage on the BBC Red Button. The announced league fixtures (subject to switch for TV and cup competitions) are: September 8, Chelsea v Spurs 12.30pm SeptREAD MORE
  • Bridge to host opener

    Bridge to host opener0

    Building on the buzz around the Women’s World Cup, Chelsea Women’s first fixture of the new season will be staged at Stamford Bridge. Tickets will be free to the match on Sunday 8 September – a London derby against newly promoted Spurs. Fans can each reserve four tickets. With the Women’s Super League now sponsoredREAD MORE
  • What is the REAL legacy?

    What is the REAL legacy?0

    What is the 'legacy' of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup - or 'the World Cup' as it's now talked of in a way unimaginable just months ago? The word is bandied around a lot, with much gushing talk about girls everywhere being inspired by the Lionesses' ultimately unsuccessful campaign. But is it true? TheREAD MORE
  • Frankie comes home

    Frankie comes home0

    Frank Lampard is back in the dug-out at Stamford Bridge - one of the Blues' favourite sons, returning as manager in what amounts to something of a gamble for Chelsea. Having only relatively recently attained his training badges, and with experience limited to managing Derby County last season (a stint that impressed many within theREAD MORE
  • Kaz calls time

    Kaz calls time0

    Chelsea captain and Lioness Kaz Carney has decided to retire from football... at the top of her game, and with the spotlight still on her at the FIFA Women's World Cup. The midfielder from Surbiton will sign off after the Lionesses conclude their campaign against Sweden in Nice on Saturday. England manager Phil Neville isREAD MORE
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