Birkirkara women’s team have announced the signing of Argentine forward Brisa Campos on a two-year deal.
Last week, the Times of Malta had reported that the 24-year-old player was being linked with the Maltese champions.
Campos landed in Malta this week to complete a medical and the final paperwork before being announced as the Stripes’ latest acquisition.
Last season, Campos was on the books of Huracán in the Argentine top-flight as she scored seven goals throughout the campaign.
For the Argentine forward, this will be her first experience outside her native country. She started her career in Alsina de Chivilcoy before having spells at All Boys and Velez.
Campos has also plied her trade at bigger clubs like Racing and Independiente before joining Huracán. She signed for them in 2021, scoring twice in the Apertura and five teams in the Clausura tournament before last year’s even goals.
Her commanding showings caught the attention of UAI Urquiza, one of the main title challengers in Argentine football before opting to embark in Maltese football.
Jose Borg’s side remain leaders of the Assikura Women’s League after beating Hibernians 2-0 this week.
They lead the standings with 23 points, three above title challengers Swieqi United.
Photo: Brandon Bonett/Birkirkara FC
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