England’s Earps questions Nike over goalkeeper shirt statement

England’s Earps questions Nike over goalkeeper shirt statement

England goalkeeper Mary Earps has raised concerns about a statement made by Nike regarding the unavailability of her replica jersey during the recent Women’s World Cup. Despite reaching the final, fans were unable to purchase the women’s version of England’s goalkeeper jersey. Earps questioned Nike’s statement on her Instagram account, asking if it was their way of apologizing or taking accountability. She also shared a petition on Change.org, which has garnered over 130 thousand signatures, calling for support for female keepers.

Nike issued a statement after the World Cup final, acknowledging the demand for a retail version of the jersey and stating that they were working towards solutions for future tournaments. However, Earps’ questioning of the statement suggests that she is not satisfied with Nike’s response.

The article also mentions that Nike experienced a loss in earnings potential after the early exit of the U.S. women’s team from the World Cup. However, England’s successful run to the final provided an additional source of income for the company.

It is worth noting that the men’s goalkeeper jersey for England is available for purchase, further highlighting the disparity in availability between the men’s and women’s versions.

In conclusion, Mary Earps has expressed her concerns about the unavailability of her replica jersey during the Women’s World Cup and questioned Nike’s response to the issue. She has garnered support through a petition on Change.org, and the article highlights the disparity in availability between men’s and women’s jerseys.

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