Veteran Nigeria defender Onome Ebi has joined newly-promoted Spanish women's top-flight side Levante Las Planas ten months before the next Women's World Cup.

Super Falcons Captain, Onome Ebi, was yesterday unveiled by the Spanish side, Levante Las Palnas, after she agreed to a one-year deal with the newly promoted club.

he seven-time African Women’s Cup of Nations participant will continue her industrious professional career journey, after putting pen to paper at the age of 39.

At the 2019 Women's World Cup in France, Ebi became the first African player, man or woman, to appear at five World Cups.

Expressing her delight, the five-time African record holder for most World Cup appearance revealed her excitement ahead of her new journey in Spain.

Before her second stint at Minsk, the veteran defender, who started her career in Nigeria with Omidiran Babes and Bayelsa Queens, won four domestic titles

After debuting at the 2003 tournament in the United States aged 20, she has become a mainstay of the Nigerian defence through the 2007, 2011, 2015 and 2019 events.

Her move to Spain means the much-travelled and vastly-experienced centre back joins her tenth professional club in a career that spans over two decades.