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Chelsea's Wembley triumph, Rosengård change

Chelsea made history at Wembley as Rosengård and Glasgow City appointed new coaches, while Frankfurt, Brøndby and Atlético Madrid have been making signings: the latest updates.

Chelsea celebrate winning the FA Women's Cup at Wembley
Chelsea celebrate winning the FA Women's Cup at Wembley ©Getty Images

Chelsea made history at Wembley this weekend while Swedish champions Rosengård have a new coach: UEFA.com rounds up the latest from some of the 22 clubs given byes to the UEFA Champions League knockout phase. The other ten contenders will be decided by the qualifying round from 11 to 16 August.

Making their European debut next month, Chelsea chalked up another bit of history on Saturday with their maiden major honour when they won the first FA Women's Cup final to be played at Wembley, defeating Notts County 1-0 with a Ji So-Yun goal in front of more than 30,000 fans. It made up for Chelsea conceding the FA Women's Super League lead, losing 4-0 at Sunderland and 2-1 at home to Manchester City in the previous fortnight. Chelsea now trail both Sunderland and Arsenal by a point, with Notts County and City three back and reigning champions and fellow European entrants Liverpool five further back.

UEFA.com was at Wembley and spoke to Chelsea's Katie Chapman, Claire Rafferty and Gilly Flaherty: listen in the audio player below.