West Ham held Chelsea today in the Women’s Super League to a 1-1 score draw at Kingsmeadow in Surrey in front of a crowd of 2,854.
The Chelsea hosts opened the scoring three minutes before half-time when Beth England headed in Erin Cuthbert’s free-kick.
But West Ham equalised with a header from ex-Blues defender Gilly Flaherty. Chelsea were playing in their first fixture since their 3-2 aggregate win over PSG in the quarter-finals of the Women’s Champions League.
Matt Beard’s West Ham side remain seventh in the WSL table while Chelsea stays third.
West Ham United (4-3-3) Moorhouse; Percival, Flaherty (c), Hendrix, Simon (Rafferty 46); Visalli, Reichardt (Longhurst 46), Cho; Lehmann, Kiernan (Kmita 76), Ross
Unused subs Spencer, Sampson
West Ham United’s women’s team are just one game from Wembley and face Reading in the SSE Women’s FA Cup semi-finals.
The Hammers will travel to the home of Wycombe Wanderers, where the semi-final tie will be decided on the day, on Sunday 14 April for a 12.30pm kick-off.
Adults seats are priced at just £6, while concession tickets for Over-65s or Under-16s are just £3. Family Tickets (two Adults and two Under-16s) cost just £12 and are available via our Ticket Office call centre on 0333 030 1966.