Women’s football veteran Rebecca D’Agostino has announced her return to the sport after joining Mġarr United ahead of the 2022/2023 MFA Women’s League campaign.
D’Agostino, 39, is considered as a pioneer of the local women’s game. She started playing in the domestic competitions back in the 1996/1997 season with Birkirkara.
At club level, she played with the Stripes, Melita, Hibernians, Mġarr United and Mosta with whom she played her last season in 2019/2020.
With the Greens, D’Agostino played between 2013/2014 and 2017/2018.
In the domestic competitions, D’Agostino played 358 games and scored 167 goals.
In addition, D’Agostino has plenty of international experience having been part of the Malta women’s national team since their debut in 2003.
She was a former captain and scored four goals in 57 caps, including a late winner against Georgia in 2011, handing Malta its first-ever competitive win.
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