West Ham United announced the arrival of Icelandic international Dagný Brynjarsdóttir from Selfloss.
“It’s a dream to be joining the Club that I have supported all of my life. The team and staff have made me feel very welcome, and I already feel at home here. West Ham United has always been a big part of my life, so I can’t wait to get started and to help the team to reach the level we deserve,” ” Brynjarsdóttir said.
“As a West Ham fan, she also has a built-in passion and understanding of the Club.”
– Olli Harder, manager
The 29-year-old signs the contract with Hammers until June 2022. The Iceland international made a name for herself after moving to the USA to attend Florida State University. In a four-year university career, Brynjarsdóttir scored 44 goals in just 87 matches. At international level, Icelandic midfielder made 90 appearances and scored 28 goals for her native country.
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A lifelong West Ham United fan, the midfielder boasts a wealth of experience at international level, making 90 appearances and scoring 28 goals for her native Iceland.
Brynjarsdóttir was also a part of Icelandic title champions, Valur, where she won 4 titles and 3 cups. She also has experience from Bayern München in Frauen Bundesliga. A lifelong West Ham fan spent three seasons in Oregon, playing for Portland Thorns, scoring six times in 53 appearances. She is joining West Ham from Selfloss, where she returned to after giving birth to her son.