Chelsea Women Win Consecutive League Title; Set New Record
It is a moment of great achievement for the Chelsea board as both the men and women wings of the club are setting records and breaking barriers at the moment.
The Chelsea Women being coached by Emma Hayes were crowned the champions of the Women Super League after beating their rival, Reading 5-0 in the last match of the season.
The winning makes Chelsea to retain the title after winning it based on point per game last season.
It is instructive to know that both the Chelsea men and women are finalists at the UEFA champions League settings a record again to be the first team to have both men and women at the final of UEFA competition in a season.
Congrats to them!
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