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  • Writer's pictureBy Paul Lagan

Blues face Spurs at the Bridge in WSL season opener


Former Chelsea striker Bethany England, now of Spurs Picture: Paul Lagan
Former Chelsea striker Bethany England, now of Spurs Picture: Paul Lagan

By Paul Lagan


Chelsea will face Spurs in the opening WSL fixture on October 1 at Stamford Bridge.

The champions will started their campaign on TV with a 5.30pm kick-off time.

They then travel to Manchester City for their second game, with a 1pm kick-off time, that could change due to TV scheduling.

The Blues have stoke a major controversy by hiking up their season tickets at their normal home of Kingsmeadow,

Many families, the life blood and future support of the team are now unable to renew their tickets due to the cos, and the fact that they believe few top opposition will actually be scheduled to play there, instead.

There will be four league games at the Bridge with the remaining seven at Kingsmeadow.

The first of those four will again be Spurs who they played in their first match. Goalscorer that day Bethany England now plays for Spurs.


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