Who is Lionesses goalkeeper Mary Earps and where is she from?

England and Manchester United goalie Mary Earps has kept three clean sheets and conceded just two goals in the Women's World Cup so far. Credit: PA images

A goalkeeper from Nottingham has been an integral part of the Lionesses Women's World Cup campaign, as the Lionesses reach the final for the first time.

England and Manchester United goalie Mary Earps has kept three clean sheets and conceded just three goals in the Women's World Cup so far.

Earps is also part of the Lionesses leadership group as vice-captain.

England goalkeeper Mary Earps makes a save during the FIFA Women's World Cup semi-final match at Stadium Australia, Sydney. Credit: PA Images

Who is Mary Earps?

The goalkeeper from West Bridgford, Nottingham was born on March 7th 1993.

At grassroots level, Earps played for West Bridgford Colts.

From 2012 until 2016, Earps studied at Loughborough University where she earned a degree in Management and Business.

Last year, she was part of the Lionesses' team to win the UEFA Women's Euro 2022.

The footballer has a large online presence with more than 140,000 followers. On her social media she posts about her sporting and personal life.

Where is Mary Earps from?

The footballer was born and raised in West Bridgford, Nottingham.

Mary Earps saved countless goals during the Euro 2022 tournament Credit: PA

Who does Mary Earps play for?

When she is not playing for England, Earps plays for Manchester United in the Women's Super League.

She was selected for the England squad in 2017 and made her first appearance in Switzerland.

Earps was third choice keeper at the last World Cup in 2019 but has worked hard, improved and established herself as No1.

Before playing for Manchester United, Earps spent time playing for Nottingham Forest, Bristol City, Doncaster Rovers Belles, Reading and German giants Wolfsburg.

What was Mary Earps' Euro 2022 journey like?

Goalie Mary Earps hplayed an intricate part in Team England's Euro success, saving goal after goal in the UEFA Women's Euro 2022.

She played every minute of all six games during the campaign as England won the Euros for the first time. Earps conceded twice, keeping four clean sheets, the joint-most tied with fellow finalist Merle Frohms of Germany and was named to the Team of the Tournament.