Nike Bows to Pressure, to Sell Replica Jerseys for All National Teams Including England’s Mary Earps

Nike has reversed its decision not to produce replica jerseys for England goalkeeper Mary Earps, following a backlash from fans and players. The sportswear giant has now said it will sell shirts for all national teams, including those that do not have a men’s team..

The controversy began when Earps, who was part of England’s victorious Euro 2022 squad, revealed that Nike would not be producing a replica shirt with her name on it. This led to accusations of sexism and a lack of support for women’s football..

Nike initially defended its decision, saying that it only produced replica jerseys for teams that had a men’s team. However, the company has now changed its stance, saying that it will sell shirts for all national teams, regardless of gender..

In a statement, Nike said: .

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