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  • Chelsea Women: FA Cup is back

    Chelsea Women: FA Cup is back0

    Chelsea Women WILL complete this season’s interrupted FA Cup. Hard on the heels of Chelsea’s men reaching the FA Cup final at Wembley on August 1 against Arsenal comes a decision by the Football Association to complete this season’s abandoned women’s FA Cup fixtures at the start of the new footballing year in September. Chelsea

  • Plenty to smile about

    Plenty to smile about0

    Emma Hayes was beaming on Sunday, writes Jane Grove. The Chelsea manager was presented with a gleaming silver salver marking her 200th game in charge of the WSL team, and her smile became even wider after she was given roses by fans after the Blues’ 6-1 drubbing of opponents Bristol City in front of a

  • Eni signs for Juve0

    Eni Aluko, the Chelsea striker, will see out the rest of her playing career with the women’s wing of the Italian champions Juventus. The 31-year-old had a great career with Chelsea FC Women, clinching a second Women’s Super League title this season, and also winning two FA Cups. Manager Emma Hayes gave her the option

  • Meet the rivals0

    So who will the renamed Chelsea FC Women be lining up against next season? The FA decided on Wednesday which teams would be in and which would be out of the top tier and second tier (the FA Women’s Super League and The FA Women’s Championship) for 2018/19. There will now be 11 clubs in the Super

  • 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 proposed

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