Chelsea win Women’s FA Cup
Ji So-yun helped Chelsea Ladies to their first major trophy as they beat Notts County to win the first Women’s FA Cup final to be played at Wembley.
South Korea striker Ji scored from close range in the first half, in front of a record final crowd of 30,710.
Leanne Crichton had Notts’ best effort cleared off the line by Chelsea forward Gemma Davison after the break.
But Chelsea, inspired by the outstanding Eniola Aluko, saw out a deserved win.
Blues captain Katie Chapman has now won the cup nine times in her career.
Chelsea, who came into the final off the back of two consecutive league defeats, were beaten on penalties by Birmingham in their only previous Women’s FA Cup final appearance in 2012.