Former West Ham United and London Bees midfielder Rosie Kmita has joined FA Women’s National League South club Watford according to reports on The Golden Girls’ official website.
The 26-year-old was the first player top sign a professional deal with West Ham United in summer 2018 following the club’s successful tier one application and she represented The Hammers in their first season in the top flight.
Kmita made 14 appearances in the FA Women’s Super League for the East Londoners while she was a late substitute for Matt Beard’s side in the 2018/2019 Women’s FA Cup final at Wembley.
The midfielder joined London Bees for a short spell last season after leaving West Ham United. Kmita then spent a period away from playing to concentrate on other projects. It has today been revealed that the player has joined third tier club Watford following a successful spell training with The Golden Girls.
Watford will become Kmita’s seventh different club. The midfielder has had two spells with Tottenham Hotspur and London Bees while she has also represented Brighton & Hove Albion, Cambridge United and Gillingham, as well as West Ham United.
Kmita could make her debut for Watford when they host Oxford United in their latest FA Women’s National League South fixture on Sunday.