Jack87 news today, The Danish Football Association (DBU) said yesterday that asianbookie FIFA had rejected Denmark’s request to train in a World Cup jersey emblazoned with “Human rights for all”.
The boda8 DBU said in 2021 that two of their training kit sponsors would make way for messages critical of Qatar, while minimising trips to the country to avoid commercial campaigns promoting the World Cup host event.
Qatar is under intense pressure over boda8 indonesia its treatment of foreign workers and restrictive social laws, leading many participating teams to raise concerns. The country denies claims workers are being exploited.
“We received news from FIFA today that the training shirts that our players were wearing during training, which said ‘Human Rights for All’, indonesia boda8 were rejected for technical reasons, which is unfortunate,” DBU CEO Jakob Jensen told the Ritzau news agency.
FIFA declined to comment. Its rules state that any team gear must not carry any political, religious or personal slogans, statements or images.
“We believe the message of ‘human rights for all’ is universal, not a political appeal, but something everyone can support,” Jensen said.
FIFA sent a letter to World Cup teams this month urging them to focus on football in Qatar and not allow the sport to be dragged into ideological or political issues.
Shirt maker Hummel said in September it had played down details of Denmark’s World Cup kit and released a black set ahead of the World Cup in protest at Qatar’s human rights record.
On November 22, Denmark played their first World Cup match against Tunisia in Group D.