ABOUT THE LADIES
Chelsea Ladies FC is a fully integrated female club with performance-based and developmental objectives.
The Ladies first team competes in the FA Women's Super League, with the Reserves playing in the Women's Premier League Reserve Division.
The Ladies club, a constituent part of the comprehensive Community Development Programme at Chelsea, is committed to producing a first team capable of finishing in the Country's top four sides.
This aim will be achieved by producing players through the Female Centre of Excellence and Academy College Programme with the ability, capability and mentality to perform within the senior sides, supported by attracting high quality players with international experience.
Chelsea Ladies play at Staines Town FC's Wheatsheaf Park. Tickets to games cost £5 each.
Please see below for directions to the Ladies' home ground:
Staines Town Football Club
Getting to Wheatsheaf Park:
(A) Using the M25 Motorway:
1. Leave at Junction 13. If you are coming from the North (anti-clockwise), bear left onto the A30 Staines By-Pass. If you're coming from the South (clockwise), you will need to go round the roundabout and back under the M25 to join the By-Pass.
2. Follow the A30 Staines By-Pass as far as the Billet Bridge roundabout (the notorious Crooked Billet roundabout). This should be treated like a roundabout (i.e. avoid the route across the middle), and take the last exit, A308, London Road towards the Town Centre.
Option (a) Avoiding Town Centre:
3a. Turn left at the second set of traffic lights, by the old Police Station, into Kingston Road. Follow this road past the zebra crossing near the railway station, over the railway bridge, and straight across the first mini-roundabout.
4a. At the second mini-roundabout, turn right into Worple Road, which you follow up to its meeting with the Laleham Road.
5a. At the Anglers' Rest public house, turn right into Laleham Road, B376.
6a. Wheatsheaf Lane is on the left by a traffic island.
Option (b) Via Town Centre:
3b. At the third set of traffic lights, immediately under the iron railway bridge, turn left into South Street.
4b. Follow South Street past the central bus station, until it meets Thames Street and Laleham Road at the Thames Lodge / Packhorse Hotel.
5b. Turn left here, into Laleham Road, B376, going under the railway, and follow this road for ¾ mile (1 kilometre).
6b. Wheatsheaf Lane is on the right, by the traffic island.
7. Staines Town Football Club is less than 100 metres/yards on the left, and there is a reasonable sized car park. Please park on the left half of the car park.
(B) Approaching from Sunbury-on-Thames by the A308:
The A308 takes you past Fordbridge Roundabout, Ashford, via the Staines By-Pass and onto the Crooked Billet junction. The first exit is the London Road - then follow 3a or 3b as in (A) above.
(C) From Egham A30 or From Windsor / Slough A308:
Either go to the M25 junction 13 and follow (A) 2 as above; or head towards the town via The Glanty, the Causeway, over Staines Bridge, Clarence Street. Turn right into Thames Street, which becomes Laleham Road at the railway bridge (where South Street joins from the left). Follow 5b above.
(D) Approaching from Chertsey by the A320:
This meets the A30 (Causeway) at the Egham Roundabout on the far side of Staines Bridge. Then follow from (C).
(E) From Hounslow, Uxbridge, Hayes, Heathrow or Colnbrook:
The A4 Colnbrook By-Pass / Bath Road meets the Stanwell Moor Road (A3044) near Longford. Head southwards to the Crooked Billet, take the 3rd exit, then follow 3a or 3b above.
Rail Staines (formerly Staines Central) is on the British Rail (South West Trains) line between London (Waterloo) and Reading, with direct links also to Clapham Junction, Richmond, Feltham, Hounslow, Windsor & Eton Riverside, Weybridge, Ascot, and Aldershot.
Bus route 218 (Tellings Golden Miller) passes Wheatsheaf Lane, Walton, and Kingston; local route 570 (Timetrak) passes the ground.
Home games are played at the Chelsea training ground in Cobham.