CHELSEA and Tottenham opened their Women’s Super League (WSL) campaigns in front of 24,500 people at Stamford Bridge, although the game itself was best described as enjoyable but occasionally lack-lustre. Chelsea tried their best to create a carnival event in London SW6, employing performers on stilts, introducing some pyro and also installing a somewhat unnecessary DJ who was desperately trying to drive engagement. They were also selling popcorn and candy floss (??). The audience was not your average football crowd, there were legions of very young people, a large percentage of women and family parties. Half-and-half scarves, those quintessential souvenirs for the tourist, were changing hands vigorously all along Fulham Road. Bad language and anger was not to be heard among the crowd, a…