Mary Earps’ England Goalkeeper Shirts Fly Off the Shelves Once Again

We did it gang!' - Mary Earps' England goalkeeper jerseys to finally go  back on sale in time for Christmas |

In a testament to the overwhelming popularity of Mary Earps, the replica England goalkeeper shirts bearing her name have experienced a lightning-fast sellout for the second time. The sought-after shirts vanished from virtual shelves within hours of their release, leaving fans disappointed but highlighting the immense demand for her kits.

This swift depletion marks the second occasion the shirts have vanished in record time, mirroring the initial batch’s rapid sellout shortly after its release. Nike’s decision to make these replica goalkeeper kits available for purchase came as a response to the demand left unmet before last summer’s tournament, where Nike’s initial controversial decision was not to offer replica goalkeeper kits. England’s goalkeeper didn’t miss the chance to share her joy on Instagram with her post; “We did it, gang.”

Earps’ remarkable achievements further justify the demand for her jersey. The 30-year-old goalkeeper who plays for Manchester United, played a pivotal role in helping England reach the Women’s World Cup final in August, although they suffered a 1-0 defeat to Spain. She has won the Golden Glove at this World Cup, while being named England Women’s Player of the Year for the 2022/23 season and securing the fifth spot in the 2023 Ballon d’Or Féminin award, marking the highest-ever ranking for a goalkeeper. Lastly, she also got nominated for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award further explaining Earps’ impact both on and off the field.


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