2020 Season

2020 Schedule
16-2-1, 1st in FA Women's Super League
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12dReuters

WSL: Kerr hat trick; Man City keep pace at top

Manchester City kept their WSL title hopes alive with a 3-0 win at Tottenham, while Sam Kerr hit a hat trick in Chelsea's big win on Sunday.

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16dReuters

Chelsea cruise into women's Champions League semis

Pernille Harder scored against her former club for the second time in a week as Chelsea beat Wolfsburg 3-0 to complete a 5-1 aggregate victory.

Kerr loves her telepathic connection with 'underrated' Kirby (0:52)
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Should Sam Kerr have topped ESPN FC Women's Rank? (1:10)
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McNamee: Not a surprise to see Pernille Harder in the top 5 (0:57)
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McNamee shocked by Kirby's top 10 omission (0:59)
24d
Hayes is more than just a coach for Chelsea (1:55)
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Hayes is more than just a coach for Chelsea (1:55)
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31dJames Olley

Kane, Chelsea lead London awards shortlist

Harry Kane leads the nominations for Player of the Year but Chelsea and West Ham dominate shortlists at the 2021 London Football Awards.

Sam Kerr does trademark backflip after scoring (0:16)
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37dESPN

Penalty luck sees Chelsea into UWCL quarters

Penalties played a decisive role again as Chelsea drew with Atletico Madrid 1-1 on Wednesday to advance to the Champions League quarterfinals.

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60dKathleen McNamee

Greenwood: Man City need to be confident to win

Manchester City's Alex Greenwood has said her side shouldn't be afraid of saying they want to win the Champions League.

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70dLewis Holman

Stoney: League One is not a step-up from WSL

Manchester United women's manager Casey Stoney has said that a move League One or League Two is not a step-up from the WSL.

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73dKathleen McNamee

Chelsea's Hayes on men's link: I'm happy here

Chelsea manager Emma Hayes has said she is not looking for another job after reports she is on the shortlist for the manager role at Wimbledon.

Breaking down Thomas Tuchel's first match in charge (1:37)
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