The former Spruce Grove Panther played the last two seasons with the North Carolina Courage in the NWSL.
Canadian international goalkeeper Stephanie Labbé has signed a deal with Sweden's FC Rosengard.
The Stony Plain native spent the last two seasons with the North Carolina Courage where she and her teammates won the NWSL title in 2019. She also took part in this year's Challenge Cup, appearing in two games and saw her team reach the quarter-finals.
“Stephanie was brilliant for the club and brought us some fantastic success,” said NC Courage head coach Paul Riley in a statement. “She is an incredible goalkeeper, professional, and person who gave our club everything she had day-in and day-out. It’s been awesome to share this journey with her and I look forward to seeing her garner more success at her new home."
Labbé has also made 72 international appearances, including 65 starts and 33 shutouts for Canada.
At the club level, she previously played for Pitea IF, KIF Orebro and Linkopings in Sweden, the Washington Spirit and Calgary Foothills.