February 27, 2024

Written by Oluwaseun Oyediji

English Women’s Super League (FA WSL) champions, Chelsea have confirmed Academy forward Aimee Claypole has signed a professional contract with the club until the summer of 2025.

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The deal also comes with the option to extend by a further year.

The 18-year-old has been with the Blues since August 2015.

In that time she has lifted silverware, including the FA WSL Academy Cup and the FA Youth Cup, and was the country’s top scorer in the 2022/2023 Women’s Super League Academy season.

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Claypole made her first-team debut for the Blues as a second-half substitute against Aston Villa in the Women’s FA Cup in January 2022.

Last term, she came off the bench against Brighton and Hove Albion in the WSL and against Reading in the FA Cup quarter-finals.

On the international stage, the young forward has represented Finland as an Under-15, and England at Under-17, Under-18, and Under-19.


On Friday the eyes will be on Rostock: the Nations League game between the German footballers and Denmark. But what about girls’ and women’s football in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania?

It’s March 8th this year, International Women’s Day. Dozens of female soccer players gather on an artificial turf field at FC Hansa Rostock.

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After 30 years without a women’s team, the most famous football club in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is starting its first screening training. From the 2023/2024 season onwards, there will be a women’s and girls’ division.

“Of course, everyone was excited – me anyway, because we hadn’t expected such a huge response,” remembers the club’s coordinator for women’s and girls’ football, Frank Goesch. Almost nine months later, the newly founded women’s team is already one of the most successful in the northeast.

The Hansa Rostock footballers have not lost a point this season – they are the only team in the Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania Association League, the fourth-highest division. And what does that say about the state of women’s football in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania? “That means that there is a lot of talent lying dormant in Mecklenburg,” emphasizes Goesch.

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