Eintracht sign Sara Doorsoun | OneFootball
Eintracht sign Sara Doorsoun
The Germany international joins Frankfurt from VfL Wolfsburg on a contract until summer 2023.
Germany international Sara Doorsoun has completed a move to Eintracht Frankfurt. The defender joins the club from 2020/21 runners-up VfL Wolfsburg on a contract until 30 June 2023.
By signing the 30-year-old, Eintracht have acquired the services of an established top-flight player with international experience. The versatile defender made her Women’s Bundesliga debut in 2010 for SC 07 Bad Neuenahr. After a season with 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam, she spent five years with SGS Essen before joining then title-holders Wolfsburg. Doorsoun, who has made 211 Bundesliga appearances overall, won the league twice and the DFB Cup three times during her time with VfL.
Having made 20 UEFA Champions League appearances and won 35 caps for the senior Germany national team, Doorsoun also has a wealth of experience at European and international level.
“I want to use my experience to play a part in helping Frankfurt take the next step,” Doorsoun explained. “At Eintracht, we have the potential to qualify for the Champions League – preferably as early as next season, because Champions League games give you a real kick.”
“I’m extremely pleased that we were able to sign Sara Doorsoun in time for the resumption of the season,” added sporting director Siegfried Dietrich. “She was just the type of defensive reinforcement we had in mind from the beginning after long-term injuries to Camilla Küver and Virginia Kirchberger.”
- Position: Defender
- Nationality: Germany
- Date of birth: 17 November 1991
- Height: 1,70 m
- Former clubs: SV Wesseling, SSV Köttingen, SC Fortuna Köln, SG Wattenscheid 09, SC 13 Bad Neuenahr, 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam, SGS Essen, VfL Wolfsburg
- International appearances: 35 (A), 3 (U19), 3 (U17), 2 (U15) for Germany
- Honours: German Champion 2019 and 2020, DFB Cup 2019, 2020 and 2021
Aalesund Jerv Bodø / Glimt Strømsgodset Odd Sandefjord Viking HamKam Borussia Hildesheim Teutonia Ottensen Catanzaro Calcio Padova Lillestrøm Vålerenga FeralpiSalò Palermo Rosenborg Haugesund Sarpsborg 08 Molde Riga FC RFS FK Liepāja Valmiera FC BFC Daugavpils FK Auda HamKam Odd FK Metta SK Super Nova Strømsgodset Viking FK Spartaks FK Tukums 2000/Telms Tromsø Lillestrøm Haugesund Aalesund Jerv Sarpsborg 08 Sandefjord Kristiansund