Mary Earps signs for Paris Saint-Germain

Paris Saint-Germain are delighted to announce that Mary Earps has joined their women's team. The England international goalkeeper has signed a contract with the Parisian club until June 2026.

Mary Earps began her professional career with Doncaster Rovers before moving on to a number of big-name clubs in England, including Birmingham City, Bristol City and Reading FC. In 2018, she left her homeland for Germany, where she played for VfL Wolfsburg and won the Women's Bundesliga.

After a season in Germany, the goalkeeper signed for Manchester United and quickly became a key member of the squad. In five seasons with the Red Devils, she made almost 100 appearances in all competitions and won the FA Cup in 2024, making a significant contribution to the team's success.

With the England national team, the 31-year-old now has 50 caps to her name. She played a key role in the Lionesses' victory at the UEFA Women's EURO 2022.

Internationally recognised for her leadership and performances, Mary Earps was voted Goalkeeper of the Year at the FIFA The Best ceremony in 2022 and 2023 and Goalkeeper of the Year at the PFA Awards in 2023.

"Joining Paris Saint-Germain is a fantastic opportunity. I'm very honoured to become a Parisian and I can't wait to play alongside my new team-mates. Together, we're going to give our all to help the club shine and make our fans proud. I'm determined to contribute to our future success so that Paris Saint-Germain continues to rank among Europe's top clubs.'
Mary Earps, Paris Saint-Germain player

Paris Saint-Germain are delighted to welcome Mary Earps, one of the best goalkeepers in the world, and wish her every success in the Rouge et Bleu jersey.







Position: Goalkeeper
Born: 7 March 1993, in Nottingham (United Kingdom)
Nationality: English
Height: 1m73



2011-2012      Doncaster Rovers (ENGL)
2011 (loan)     Coventry United (ANG)
2012-2013      Birmingham City (ENGL)
2014-2015      Bristol City (ENGL)
2016-2018      Reading FC (ENGL)
2018-2019      VfL Wolfsburg (GER)
2019-2024      Manchester United (ENGL)
Since 2024     Paris Saint-Germain




German Championship (2019)
German Cup (2019)
English Cup (2024)


50 caps

SheBelieves Cup (2019)
Arnold Clark Cup (2022, 2023)
Coupe d’Europe (2022)
Finalissima Féminine (2023)


Matthieu Brelle-Andrade
Head of Omnisports Press Communication / +33 6 52 53 74 13

Juliette Carouge
Press and Communication Coordinator / +33 6 62 86 01 20

Bastian Hédoux
Press Officer / +33 7 69 32 80 95

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