In the land of windmills, tulips, clogs and round cheeses, Chelsea's young stars - terrified of nothing - showed just what good movers they are with one of the most fluent, fluid and fast-paced performances under Frank Lampard's exciting reign. This was Chelsea at their best as they went toe-to-toe with one of the mostREAD MORE
Chelsea Women's manager Emma Hayes wants Uefa to expand the Women's Champions League to accommodate more of Europe's professional teams. She has called on European football's governing body to admit the top three teams in England - and other major European countries - to compete in the knockout tournament, rather than two, as at present.READ MORE
Women’s manager Emma Hayes, holding up her thumb and fingertip with a gap which barely let in daylight. The Blues drew 1-1 with Lyon in a thrilling second leg of their Champions League semi-final at Kingsmeadow on Sunday afternoon, but lost 2-3 on aggregate, despite the players giving everything. As they slumped to the groundREAD MORE
Pint-sized marvel Fran Kirby scored a hat-trick as Chelsea Women breezed past Fiorentina in Italy with a stunning, goal-laden performance which shrieked a crystal-clear message. The goal drought is over, and the Blues are gunning for European glory this season... even if the domestic league is now beyond their grasp. Inspired by club captain KarenREAD MORE
Fran Kirby signs autographs for fans after the victory over Brighton Chelsea’s European adventure continues when Fiorentina visit Kingsmeadow in the Women’s Champions League Round of 16. The Italian Serie A women’s side knocked out the Danish side Fortuna Hjorring 4-0 on aggregate in the previous round, while Chelsea steamrollered the Bosnian teamREAD MORE
Chelsea Ladies' chances of reaching their first Women's Champions League final hang by a thread after their bogey team, Wolfsburg, fired three goals past them at Kingsmeadow in the first leg of the tie. It all started so well, with markswoman Fran Kirby providing the assist to let Ji So-Yun - playing her 100th gameREAD MORE
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