WSL outfit Arsenal WFC announced Friday the club has signed Canadian goalkeeper Sabrina D'Angelo, joining the London-based side after spending the last four years with Swedish club Vittsjö GIK.
D'Angelo, 29, joins the Gunners having amassed 24 caps for Canada since 2016, to go alongside her 70 appearances for Vittsjö GIK since 2019.
"It feels amazing – it's an honour to be here and I’m so excited to get started with the team," Sabrina said, in a club-issued statement. "This is an incredibly exciting time for Arsenal Women and I want to help the team to win trophies and achieve success for our wonderful supporters."
Head Coach Jonas Eidevall added: "We're delighted to have signed Sabrina. She is a top goalkeeper with plenty of experience in both Europe and North America and we’re confident that she will be a strong addition to our squad."
D'Angelo will need to compete alongside Austria's no. 1 'keeper Manuela Zinsberger for a starting role in Eidevall's side, with the Gunners currently sitting second in the WSL, three points behind Chelsea with a game in hand.