Could Chelsea Women v Manchester United Women be the second fixture in the Women's Super League to be switched from Kingsmeadow to Stamford Bridge? The Blues' management and marketing teams are currently in discussion about whether to stage the tie at Kingsmeadow (with a 5,000 full house), or move it to SW6 and go all-outREAD MORE
What's the answer to attracting paying crowds to watch women's football? The World Cup in France, and the huge TV audiences it generated in the UK, prove there's an appetite... but how do you get the fans to turn up, week in week out, at ordinary Women's Super League stadiums such as Chelsea's Kingsmeadow? TheREAD MORE
Meet Guro Reiten, Chelsea Women's new Norwegian forward... and as nice a player as you're ever likely to meet. She was buzzing after the Blues' opening fixture of the 2019-20 Women's Super League, which pulled in a mighty 24,564 to Stamford Bridge to witness a 1-0 victory over newly promoted Tottenham. And manager Emma HayesREAD MORE
With the unveiling of the first Conti Cup matches, Chelsea Women now have their first PROPER home game firmly fixed, after the all-singing, all-dancing opening spectacular against Spurs at Stamford Bridge. Kingsmeadow hosts the clash with West Ham on Sunday September 22 at 2pm... unfortunately making it all-but impossible for fans to catch both theREAD MORE
Chelsea striker Beth England has finally got the call-up to the national squad! Along with Chelsea Women's keeper Carly Telford, she has been picked for Phil Neville's England group with two friendlies looming, against Belgium and Norway. The in-form forward, who wears 15 for the Blues and who was mysteriously overlooked last season despite displayingREAD MORE
A sell-out 41,000-strong crowd will greet Chelsea Women’s league opener against Spurs on September 8 at Stamford Bridge, so no more tickets are available. But the good news is that the full season at the Blues' real home, Kingsmeadow, is poised to start... and season tickets are available from as little as five quid. TheREAD MORE
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