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  • What Katie did next…0

    Former Chelsea Women's captain, and now club ambassador, Katie Chapman has been on a mission to the Jordan/Syria border, to run football training sessions in a refugee camp. "We have a perception of refugees," said Katie. "I wanted to go and experience what life is really like for these people." In a three-day visit toREAD MORE
  • Meet the ambassador!0

      Expect trayfuls of Ferrero Rocher chocolates when you next visit Kingsmeadow... Chelsea Ladies captain Katie Chapman has announced her retirement, and is becoming one of the club's most high-profile ambassadors. Despite apparently wavering about whether to hang up her boots following the Chelsea Ladies' Women's FA Cup triumph at Wembley, when Katie picked upREAD MORE
  • 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 pointREAD MORE
  • Simply the best: Katie

    Simply the best: Katie0

    She may have won the double three years ago but captain Katie Chapman thinks this is the best Chelsea side she’s ever played in as the west London club prepare to take on rivals Arsenal this weekend. The Blues are unbeaten in the FA Women’s Super League and are into the final four of theREAD MORE
  • Ready, willing and able

    Ready, willing and able0

    On the brink of the biggest game in Chelsea Ladies' history, the team is ready, willing and able... despite the punishing fixture congestion that has stretched resources. Manager Emma Hayes told a press conference at the club's Cobham training ground that preparation for Wednesday night's Champions League second leg game against Montpellier hadn't been idealREAD MORE
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