The latest batch of replica Mary Earps England goalkeeper shirts sold out within five minutes in the England online store on Monday.
Kit supplier Nike was subject to a backlash after failing to produce any keeper shirts during the World Cup, in which England were beaten finalists.
Earps said it was “hurtful” fans could not buy a replica keeper’s shirt.
Nike released a batch in October which sold out in hours and Monday’s release saw the shirts sell out even quicker.
It is understood that the number of shirts available was comparable with the amount of goalkeeper kits on the website for previous men’s tournaments.