With their name on the Women's Super League honours board for the first time, Chelsea complete the domestic double having broken through to collect their first piece of silverware in the Women's FA Cup in August.
But their ambitions don't stop there, nor does their season.
On Wednesday, Chelsea turn their attentions to the Women's Champions League and the home leg of the Round of 32 tie against Glasgow City.
Manager Emma Hayes has built her team to compete at the highest level, now the newly-crowned league champions take their first step into the European unknown.
We finish here, thanks for joining us for the final-day WSL 1 decider.