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  • Ladies leave it late

    Ladies leave it late0

    A late late winner from Erin Cuthbert earned Chelsea three vital points against Birmingham at Kingsmeadow as they continue their quest for a league and cup double… and the delight on the faces of club captain Katie Chapman and sons Riley, 9, and Zachary, 4, is plain to see! Birmingham had almost secured a point

  • Ladies win the FA Cup

    Ladies win the FA Cup0

    In front of a record crowd for a Women’s FA Cup final, Chelsea Ladies triumphed over Arsenal to lift the trophy. The 3-1 win was a fair result, with the Blues superior to the Gunners in almost every department. Cheered on by a Mexican wave-crazy crowd of 45,423 – average age about 16 – a

  • Arsenal? No fear!

    Arsenal? No fear!0

    Do Chelsea Ladies fear Arsenal ahead of Saturday’s FA Cup final at Wembley? Not a bit, insisted Maren Mjelde, left, who has played in a couple of cup finals back home in Norway, but has never enjoyed the experience under the big arch before now. “Fear? No!” insisted Mjelde. “If I went out on to

  • Fran just got smaller!

    Fran just got smaller!0

    Fran Kirby just got smaller! The prolific pint-sized Chelsea markswoman has been miniaturised as part of what will certainly become a collectors’ item – a Subbuteo version of this weekend’s Women’s FA Cup final at Wembley. Now she’s shrunk from 5ft 2in to barely a couple of centimetres! The box set is the world’s first all-female

  • Kids go free at Wem-ber-lee

    Kids go free at Wem-ber-lee0

    Kids go free at the SSE Women’s FA Cup final at Wembley on Saturday as Arsenal and Chelsea Ladies go toe-to-toe in the most prestigious domestic cup competition in women’s football. Last year’s final saw a record attendance of 35,271, with Saturday afternoon’s event (kick off if at 5.30pm) looking set to break that figure.

  • Erin close, but Europe’s over

    Erin close, but Europe’s over0

    Sub Erin Cuthbert (pictured) came closest to scoring at the end of Chelsea Ladies’ latest European adventure, but Wolfsburg keeper Almuth Schult was able to keep a clean sheet on the night in Germany as the Blues failed to claw back a 3-1 deficit from the home leg of the Women’s Champions League semi-final. The continental

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