Ghanaian international Eunice Beckmann has sealed a move to German Women’s Bundesliga side FC Köln.
FC Köln announced the signing of the 27-year-old from Spanish Women’s League side Madrid CFF.
Beckmann, born to Ghanaian parents returns to Germany where she previously played for Bayern Munich, Bayern Leverkusenc and Duisburg.
The former German female youth player leaves Madrid CFF after just one season with the Club.
“It was a great moment to sign the contract with the FC. My first impressions were very positive and convinced me directly,” Beckmann told the Club’s website.
“After many years abroad, I am really looking forward to being back in Germany and living in Cologne. I think it’s great to be part of the FC family now and I’m looking forward to the new season in the Bundesliga.”
Team manager Nicole Bender says: “We are delighted that Eunice has decided on 1. FC Köln despite many other offers. She is technically strong and has an excellent finish. We can not wait to see her storm in the FC jersey. ”
She has also previously played for Boston Breakers in the United States, Swedish Club Linköpings FC as well as Swiss side FC Basel.