Hedvig Lindahl has signed a two-year extension with Chelsea LFC.
LONDON, ENGLAND - AUGUST 01: Hedvig Lindahl of Chelsea Ladies FC throws the ball out during the Women's FA Cup Final match between Chelsea Ladies FC and Notts County Ladies at Wembley Stadium on August 1, 2015 in London, England.  (Photo by Steve Bardens - The FA/The FA via Getty Images)

The Swedish international originally joined Chelsea LFC at the start of the 2015 FA WSL season, making 16 appearances so far and quickly establishing herself as first choice in goal for Chelsea’s manager – Emma Hayes. With Lindahl’s arrival, Chelsea’s increased stability at the back played an important role in winning the club’s first ever trophy on the women’s side – the 2015 FA Women’s Cup.

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This weekend Lindahl made history at home – playing her 113th full international match for Sweden against Moldova – which is the most matches played for the Swedish National Team by a goalkeeper. She added cap number 114 in last night’s home win against Poland to get Sweden’s qualifying campaign for the UEFA Euro 2017 in the Netherlands off to a perfect start with two wins, six points, six goals scored and none conceded.

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Manager of number of different super stars in the women's football world, such as Caroline Seger, Verónica Boquete, Natalia Pablos Sanchon and many others.