You're used to seeing her in blue, but here's how our Fran will look when she steps out with the rest of the Lionesses at the Women's World Cup in France, writes Jane Grove. The Chelsea Women striker is the new Lady in Red - dark red crush, to be precise. The new England kitREAD MORE
In a performance which was as complete as it was awe-inspiring, poor Bristol City were thumped 6-0 by Chelsea Women, with both Fran Kirby and Beth England leaving Kingsmeadow with match balls. Two hat-tricks, some exquisite build-up play, dazzling crosses by the super wee Scot Erin Cuthbert - a girl powered by Duracells - andREAD 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
Maria Thorisdottir hopes to start against Arsenal at Kingsmeadow The clean-sheet queens meet the in-form Gunners at Kingsmeadow on Sunday in what is already being described as a pivotal six-pointer. Arsenal go into the match more cocky than at any time in the past couple of seasons. They lead the WSL with maximum pointsREAD MORE
Fran Kirby waits to pounce during the England v Australia game at Craven Cottage Chelsea superstar Fran Kirby was again on target at Craven Cottage as England drew 1-1 with Australia's Matildas... the second successive game for her country where Fran has been the crucial markswoman. After seeing off Brazil in a 1-0 win,READ MORE
Returning after half-time in the Chelsea v Brighton game Chelsea Women went back to scoring ways after manager Emma Hayes introduced a more fluid formation to beat a gutsy, determined Brighton Women team at Kingsmeadow. The Blues had played out three successive goalless draws in the league before Brighton's visit on Sunday (SeptemberREAD MORE
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