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  • Chelsea stars in the World Cup

    Chelsea stars in the World Cup0

    The Women’s World Cup kicks off in Oz and New Zealand, with a shoal of Chelsea stars in action… sometimes playing against each other! Matches are being split between BBC and ITV, but the time difference means that games are live in the UK between 6am and noon. It all builds up to the final

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  • All change at Kingsmeadow

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    Chelsea Women stars Magda Eriksson and Pernille Harder, pictured, have signed contracts with Bayern Munich, the newly crowned Bundesliga champions. Meanwhile, back at their former home ground Kingsmeadow in Kingston, Emma Hayes’ Blues have signed highly sought-after American forward Catarina Macario for three years, given striker Lauren James a new deal until 2027 and extended

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  • Chelsea’s Millie to captain Lionesses in Women’s World Cup

    Chelsea’s Millie to captain Lionesses in Women’s World Cup0

    Chelsea’s Lauren James, Niamh Charles, Jess Carter and Millie Bright, pictured above, have been selected to be part of England manager Sarina Wiegman’s 23-strong squad for the Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand this summer. Bright, who will captain the side, and Carter, played their part in the success of the Lionesses who

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  • Chelsea’s new-found rhythm

    Chelsea’s new-found rhythm0

    It wasn’t so much a stroll as a canter for Emma Hayes’ side who squared up to Willie Kirk’s Leicester City on a night it tipped down at Kingsmeadow. The Foxes goalie Janina Leitzig had the disheartening task of picking the ball out of her net six times on an evening which saw Chelsea in

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  • Chelsea triumph over Lyon

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    Chelsea are through to the semi-finals of the UEFA Women’s Champions League after beating reigning title holders Lyon in a night of high drama at Stamford Bridge. Goalie Ann-Katrin Berger produced a world-class save in a penalty shoot-out after the score was 2-2 at the end of extra time. It was her second stop from

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  • Nothing will stop these girls!

    Nothing will stop these girls!0

    Despite the bitter cold snap, nothing was going to stop these wannabe Sam Kerrs and Lauren Jameses from blazing the trail at Kingsmeadow as Chelsea launched a new drive to broaden footballing opportunities for schoolgirls. Marking International Women’s Day, 400 girls from schools including Our Lady Immaculate, Grand Avenue, Hollyfield, Surbiton High and Christ Church

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