2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
1-0-1, 6th in FA Women's Super League
Gab & Juls back Emma Hayes' call for VAR in the WSL (1:14)
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Hayes: WSL treated 'second-class' without VAR

Women's Super League players are being treated like "second-class citizens" due to the absence of VAR, Chelsea manager Emma Hayes said.

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Chelsea begin title defence with loss to Arsenal

Arsenal striker Bethany Mead scored twice as her side beat Chelsea 3-2 in a thrilling match to get their WSL season off to a winning start.

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Prem midfielders lead UEFA POY list for 1st time

Chelsea duo N'Golo Kante and Jorginho as well as Manchester City's Kevin de Bruyne are in the running for UEFA's male player of the year award.

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Mbappe, Haaland lead UCL award nominations

Borussia Dortmund's Erling Haaland and Paris Saint-Germain's Kylian Mbappe have been shortlisted for the 2020-21 UEFA Champions League awards.

McNamee: Lauren James had outgrown Man United (0:58)
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Chelsea sign Man Utd trailblazer Lauren James

Chelsea have signed Manchester United striker Lauren James in a reportedly record-breaking deal for two Women's Super League clubs.


Kerr, Fowler headline Matildas' Olympic squad

Tony Gustavsson has shown his faith in two of his most exciting prospects, with Mary Fowler and Kyra Cooney-Cross named in Australia's Olympic team.

Chelsea Football Club

36 Minutes Of Madness (And More)

Join Anna Harrington, Angela Christian-Wilkes, Marissa Lordanic, Sam Lewis and Kathleen McNamee as they dissect the Women's Champions League final.

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Chelsea's Kirby named FWA player of the year

Chelsea forward Fran Kirby has become the first player to win the Football Writers' Association's Women's Footballer of the Year twice.

Can Chelsea stop Barcelona to lift the Champions League title? (1:59)
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Kerr wins Golden Boot as Chelsea win WSL

Sam Kerr completed a glorious Women's Super League campaign, scoring a Golden Boot-sealing goal in the 5-0 victory over Reading.

Why WSL champions Chelsea are so successful (1:31)
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Kerr, Kirby dominate as Chelsea win fourth title

Fran Kirby and Sam Kerr were on fine form as Chelsea eased past Reading 5-0 to win their fourth Women's Super League title at Kingsmeadow.

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Chelsea win WSL for second year in a row

Chelsea have been crowned back-to-back Women's Super League champions after beating Reading and claiming the 2020-21 title on Sunday.

RankingsFA Women's Super League

Goal Difference3Tied-4th
Goals Scored63rd
Goals Conceded3Tied-7th