Maglie Di Calcio A Poco Prezzo, Maglie Calcio 2021
In the latest round of issues, England and Wales's captains were forced to ditch their plans to wear a "OneLove" armband at the last minute in solidarity with the LGTBQ+ community.
On the eve of the tournament, FIFA announced that they had their own social campaign armbands to address the issue and any player wearing a different armband could be subject to a yellow card on the pitch.
FIFA's President Gianni Infantino stated that there are "clear regulations on armbands", effectively banning the use of the rainbow-coloured "OneLove" armband.
In a joint statement from England, Wales and several other European nations, the teams responded to say we "cannot put our players" in a situation where they could be booked.
Former England international Alex Scott, however, who is presenting the tournament for the BBC, chose to wear the armband during her broadcast.
Hours before the tournament started, the Qatari government and FIFA also withdrew from a contractual obligation with Budweiser to supply their alcoholic drinks at the World Cup venues.