Best known for being part of the Women’s England International team, Mary Earps is a professional English footballer who's position is in goalkeeping. She has been part of numerous FA WSL clubs such as Bristol City, Birmingham City, Doncaster Belles, and Reading. She currently plays for German women's football club VFL Wolfsburg.
Starting off young, Earps was promoted to Leicester City WFC's first team squad, proving competition for regular goalkeeper Leanne Hall. At 18 years old, Doncaster Rovers Belles immediately signed Earps for the start of the new 2011 season. She played for Doncaster Rovers Belles regularly in the second part of the 2011 season, and was offered the opportunity to play for Coventry City on loan during the off-season.
After spending another season with Doncaster, Earps joined Birmingham City squad for the 2013 season, and in November, made her UEFA Woman's Champions League debut at St. Andrew's stadium. However, Earps decided to join Bristol City for 2014, as her playing time was limited at Birmingham City. Earps flourished under Bristol City and played all but one of the team's matches in 2014 and 2015, but at the end of her second season she left for Reading.
Earps has represented England in the under-17, under-19 and under-23 national teams and in 2017 won her first senior cap. The England senior national team called her up for the 2014 FIFA Women's World Cup qualification match and was also asked to return to the squad in September 2015 for UEFS Women's Euro 2017 qualifying match against Estonia, which the squad won.