Chelsea Randall partner Marijana Rajcic started dating each other in 2020. They are Australian rules footballers playing for the Adelaide Football Club in the AFL Women’s championship.
The duo started their career as Australian rules football players a long time now. They are recently heading a satisfying life together, sharing a photo of the two wishing the occasion her “happy birthday.”
These love birds are often spotted together celebrating each other’s uplifting moments, taking them as their own, which serves as an example to many couples in a relationship.
Who Is Chelsea Randall Partner, Marijana Rajcic?
Chelsea Randall and Marijana Rajcic are a couple, as they have been in love for more than twenty months now. These love birds are fan-loved couples.
Both of them have the same passion and profession as rules footballers. Likewise, Rajcic previously played soccer with Adelaide United in the Australian W-League.
She thinks captaining Adelaide United in 2015 was the best achievement in her soccer career.
When she competed in The Amazing Race Australia 5 with Chelsea Randall as a “stowaway team” in 2020, they expressed they had started dating before filming in a post-show interview.
Despite being uncertain about revealing her sexuality to all, as it is the topic for many female athletes experiences fear of facing abuse or stereotyping. They always desired to be a role model for young gay women.
Chelsea Randall Adelaide FC’s Newest Coaching Addition
Chelsea Randall is the first-ever female coach in Adelaide’s AFL program when she enters the men’s team full-time this year.
Randall, the Crows’ women’s captain, began her new position as an Amen’s development coach in July on a deal that runs till the end of the 2024 season.
The professional player’s new position will be a collaborator funded by the Club and the League after being awarded one of the player’s scholarships belonging to the League’s Women’s Coaching Acceleration Program.
She is one of the Club’s elegant players who has been a three times premiership captain and a three-time All-Australian, including as captain, and has been judged the AFLW’s most courageous player four times.
Similarly, Chelsea is with the AFLW team until the end of 2023 and thinks of continuing playing while embarking on another step in her coaching career.
Chelsea Randall Early Career
Chelsea Randall started playing football in the initial phase with the boy’s under-11 side at the Safety Bay Stingers.
In 2008, she also showed her skills in state league football with Swan Districts in the West Australian Women’s Football League.
Likewise, she is twice the recipient of the WAWFL best and fairest award. Not only that, she is a three-time All-Australian and has shown up at Western Australia at four national championships. She was first chosen at the age of 15.
She captained the state’s side at that year’s championships in 2013. Also, she was selected as one of eight players to play in the AIS/AFL women’s academy earlier.