England players who show their support for LGBTQ + rights by wearing rainbow colors during Qatar Football World Cup 2022 qualifiers in Hungary are likely to escape punishment. The PA news agency understands that FIFA’s governing body may not take disciplinary action against a player who commits such an act, as long as it is conducted in a dignified manner.
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It looks like it will open the door for players to wear rainbow colors on their arms, boots, or underwear at a game in Budapest on September 2, although all cases will be judged on a case-by-case basis. The Hungarian government has been criticized for passing a law banning the distribution of school content that is considered to promote homosexuality or gender change. Formula One drivers protested at the Hungary Grand Prix earlier this month, and Sebastian Vettel of Germany was reprimanded for wearing a ‘same love’ T-shirt during the national anthem.
FIFA World Cup 2022 is handling all cases fairly, but it has never been more sensitive to recent political protests including a Norwegian human rights message to support immigrant workers in Qatar ahead of the Qatar World Cup qualifier against Hungary. For more to know about Qatar World Cup tickets Click here.
FIFA World Cup 2022 president Gianni Infantino urged national organizations to be vigilant with players kneeling after the Black Lives Matter protests last summer, saying players who protested in that way during the Qatar World Cup 2022 tournament would need applause, not punishment.
FIFA World Cup 2022 position follows controversy over rainbow colors during Euro 2020. A request from the mayor of Munich, Dieter Reiter, to lighten the city stadium with the rainbow colors of the German-Hungarian Euro 2020 match was rejected by UEFA on political grounds. Reiter described UEFA’s decision as a disgrace. Tournament sponsor Volkswagen said he had been told by UEFA that he could not use rainbow-colored billboards at the Baku and Moscow stadiums because of the legal framework in those countries.
The German carmaker said it regretted UEFA’s decision. German goalkeeper Manuel Neuer was being reviewed by UEFA for wearing a rainbow belt in his team’s matches against France and Portugal, but the German federation (DFB) said the review was withdrawn after the armband was seen as a sign of diversity and a good cause.
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