The day before Chelsea Women’s league opener against Tottenham, Katie Chapman will be leading a Legends Tour around Stamford Bridge and tickets are available now.
One of the most decorated players in the women’s game, Chapman played an integral role in helping Chelsea Women become part of the elite in not only England, but also Europe.
During her fours years at the club she won the Women's Super League twice, the Women's FA Cup twice as well as a Spring Series, all as Chelsea captain. She retired from the game in 2018 after a stellar 22-year career. Internationally, Chapman fell just short of a century of caps for England, her tally stalling at 94 after she had helped the Lionesses finish third at the World Cup in Canada in 2015. She represented her country at one other World Cup and three European Championships.
She will be guiding supporters around Stamford Bridge on Saturday 7 September at 10.30am, the day before we meet Tottenham there in our WSL opener. Hear fascinating insight into Katie’s career for club and country, including detailed insight into the matchday operations of Emma Hayes’s successful side. Each guest receives a photograph with Chelsea's silverware in the Museum.
Tickets cost £40 for adults and £30 for children.