Fifa bans special kits from Denmark

It’s about human rights

FIFA has banned Denmark from wearing special kits at the World Cup

Application rejected! Denmark wanted to wear special jerseys when training for the World Cup. Fifa forbids it.

Denmark must train in traditional jerseys at the World Cup. (icon image)

“Human rights for all” was originally intended to be emblazoned on the Danes’ World Cup training kits. But the demand for the project was “negative”, says Jakob Jensen, head of the Danish Football Association. “We’re sorry, but we have to take it into account.

Denmark has spoken out against hosting the World Cup in Qatar. In its commitment to human rights during the tournament, it wanted to set a good example and draw attention to “critical messages”. Two sponsors have even agreed to forego their logo on the shirts in favor of such messages.

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