As the Coronavirus pandemic continues, we take a look at what Chelsea Women have been getting up to while staying at home!

Since the outbreak and the Government's instruction to stay at home, the Blues have been taking to social media and getting involved in various fun challenges.

They include the ‘Stay at Home Challenge’, a task which simply involves doing kick-ups with a roll of toilet paper, before kicking it to the side and nominating someone else.

Those who know Chelsea Women well know that the majority of the squad are dog owners. Maria Thorisdottir and Bethany England have both been carrying out football activities in their gardens, with the help of their furry friends Theo and Buddy.

It is important for players to stay fit and healthy throughout this lockdown period ready for when the Women’s Super League campaign resumes. The team have been finding innovative methods for doing exactly that.

Goalkeeper Ann-Katrin Berger found ways of maintaining her alertness and coordination at home with a throwing and catching drill.

Carly Telford joined more than half a million people in the country in volunteering to support the NHS at this extremely difficult time. The goalkeeper signed up to help deliver food and medication to those most vulnerable or at risk. Read more here.