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An official statement by FIFA on wearing gay badges at the 2022 World Cup

FIFA issued an official statement regarding

the wearing of homosexuality-supporting badges by players or members of the coaching staff during the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

The Fédération Internationale de Football (Fédération Internationale de football)

banned the wearing of such badges, emphasizing the commitment of all leaders to wear the traditional badge provided by Viva.

Some teams announced this morning in another official statement

reversing the idea of wearing the colorful badge in matches after warnings from Viva to punish the wearer by obtaining an ultimatum, the head of which was England, Belgium, Wales, Denmark, France, and Germany.

FIFA Statement on Wearing Gay Badges at the Qatar World Cup

“FIFA is an umbrella organization that supports all legitimate reasons, such as One Love..”

FIFA President reiterates his support for the world’s homosexual community.

After discussions, FIFA can confirm that its “no discrimination” campaign was presented from the planned quarterfinal stage so that all 32 leaders of the teams will have the opportunity to wear this badge during

the Qatar 2022 World Cup. This is in line with article 13.8.1 of the FIFA Regulations, which states: “For the final FIFA competitions, the captain of each team must wear the captain’s badge provided by FIFA.”

Everyone knows the Qatar 2022 World Cup regulations

and they have already approved them, to keep the match stadium safe and secure for all participants and it is equally applicable to all competing teams. FIFA

is an umbrella organization that wants to make football for the benefit of society by supporting good and legitimate issues, but it must be done within the framework of the competition regulations known to all.

FIFA President Gianni Infantino reiterates

his support for the homosexual community during the Qatar 2022 World Cup, saying:

“I spoke on this subject with the country’s senior leadership (Qatar), and they confirmed and I can confirm that everyone is welcome if anyone says otherwise, that is not the opinion of the country and certainly not FIFA.”

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