The Central Coast Mariners are extremely pleased to announce the signing of experienced A-League Women’s goalkeeper Sarah Langman.
The 28-year-old joins the club after one season at Perth Glory, becoming the fourth player signed in Emily Husband’s team for the 2023/24 A-League Women’s season.
Starting her A-League career with hometown team Adelaide United back in the 2014/15 season, Langman made her professional debut for the club in 2016.
She went on to play 38 games for Adelaide, being named in the PFA Team of the Season following the 2019/20 campaign.
The goalkeeper moved to Western Sydney where she spent two seasons, before signing with Perth Glory last year.
Langman went on to play 11 games in her sole campaign in Western Australia, making 52 saves with a save percentage rate of 77.6%.
She has spent the off-season with Mariners Assistant Coach Jake Stephenson at NSW NPL Women’s team Northern Tigers.
Central Coast Mariners Head Coach Emily Husband is thrilled to have been able to sign Langman, seeing her as an important member of the squad this season.
“It is great to have an experienced goalkeeper behind the back line when you are entering the league. Sarah brings so much experience with her having been around the league for a long time,” Husband said.
“I have seen how she commands the backline and is proactive as a goalkeeper, so she is a really good signing for us. I am excited to be able to work with her this season and help to push her on further in her career.”
Langman is thrilled to have put pen to paper with the club, eager to get the season underway with the Yellow and Navy.
“I am very excited to be joining up with the Mariners for the upcoming season. Being a new team to the competition, I can’t wait to see what we can do as a group,” Langman said.
“Having played in the league for a number of seasons now, I bring experience at the back in goal. The Central Coast have an incredible fan base and an incredible stadium which I cannot wait to play at for the club. I am just really looking forward to getting started.”