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
One man went to mow... yes, the old songs are being rehearsed and polished as Kingsmeadow gets ready to host Spurs on the opening weekend of the new WSL season - September 7 and 8. The precise date and time have yet to be announced, but Chelsea against newly promoted Tottenham is one of theREAD MORE
This is the USA’s star winger, left-wing dynamo Crystal Dunn, as Blues fans remember her from more than a year ago... scampering up and down Kingsmeadow, delivering smart crosses into the danger zone, then tracking back to bolster the defence. Her role has changed since she left Chelsea - she's more of a wing-back thanREAD MORE
England Women's success so far in the FIFA Women's World Cup in France looks set to boost attendances at all Women's Super League matches next season. The quarter-final victory against Norway - by an unexpectedly high 3-0 margin - sets up a crunch semi-final for the Lionesses against the USA on Tuesday in Lyon. TheREAD MORE
She's growing up quickly. A few days after the Women's World Cup in France ends, Erin Cuthbert gets the key of the door. The mighty atom of Chelsea Women's attacking line turns 21 next month... and she's the threat that the Lionesses fear as kick-off approaches in the England v Scotland game at 5pm LondonREAD MORE
She's one of the Lioness poster girls as England's women's team head to France at the start of the World Cup... Carly Telford now greets commuters using Kingston station, just down the road from the Blues' home ground of Kingsmeadow. The poster carries a message from Carly's family which reads: "Congratulations on being selected forREAD MORE
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