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FA WOMEN'S SUPER LEAGUE

2013/2014 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
6 Lincoln LFC 2 4 8 10
7 Chelsea LFC 3 1 10 10
8 Donc Belles 1 3 10 6
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FA 'seriously concerned' with social-media abuse of England's Karen Carney

The English FA said on Thursday it was "seriously concerned" about abuse of players on social media after Chelsea and England midfielder Karen Carney was the target of threatening messages.

Carney received the abuse after Chelsea's Champions League win over Fiorentina on Wednesday with the Instagram user posting rape and death threats against the 31-year-old player.

"The FA takes such matters extremely seriously," the English game's governing body said in a statement. "The abuse of players on social...

Rachel Brown-Finnis: This is the dawn of a new era for women's football

BT Sport brings you the moments that matter with action from the 2018 FA Women's Super League, FA Continental Tyres Cup and SSE Women's FA Cup.

Former England and Everton goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis has told ESPN she believes that no one will be able to steal Chelsea's crown in the Women's Super League (WSL).

The top-flight English competition returns on Sunday, with Chelsea opening their title defence against Manchester City.

The new campaign marks a watershed moment for women's football as this season will, for the first time, see all players in the league play as full-time professionals.

"This has been the next big step that we, as...

 By Reuters

England Women forward Eniola Aluko leaves Chelsea for Juventus

LONDON -- Juventus Women have bolstered their squad with the signing of Chelsea and England striker Eniola Aluko, the Italian champions announced on Wednesday.

The 31-year-old, who has 102 caps for the Lionesses, joins Juve having spent the past six years at English champions Chelsea, following an earlier spell with them between 2007 and 2009.

Aluko announced last month she would leave the Blues at the end of the 2017-18 campaign.

She scored seven goals in all competitions last season as Chelsea...

 By PA Sport

Chelsea Ladies' Eni Aluko to leave club this summer

Chelsea and England striker Eni Aluko
Eni Aluko, the former England striker, will leave Chelsea Ladies this summer.

Eni Aluko said she will leave Chelsea Ladies "with a heavy heart" this summer.

The striker helped Chelsea win the Women's FA Cup and the Women's Super League title, which they claimed with a 2-0 victory at Bristol City Women, this season.

But Aluko, who joined Chelsea from Birmingham City in December 2012, has not been a consistent starter for Emma Hayes' team recently and will now move on.

"After five years and more than 150 appearances, it's with a heavy heart I confirm I'll be leaving Chelsea,"...

 By PA Sport

Chelsea Ladies secure Women's Super League title

Chelsea lifted the Women's Super League trophy.

Chelsea Ladies secured the Women's Super League title and a domestic double by beating Bristol City 2-0 on Tuesday.

Drew Spence headed visitors Chelsea ahead in the first half, and Jonna Andersson fired in a late second goal as Chelsea moved an unassailable nine points clear at the top of the table.

For manager Emma Hayes' team, the victory meant they added the league silverware to the Women's FA Cup they won against Arsenal at Wembley on May 5.

As her teammates celebrated their success, Chelsea...