European football governing bodyة UEFA On Wednesday, he made it clear and refused to photograph and light the “Colors of the Rainbow” at the Allianz Arena in Munich due to its political nature.
The Group F match between Germany and Hungary is planned to be filmed in Euro 2020. The request came in the form of a request from the Munich City Council. UEFA has stated that it has banned rainbow lighting to maintain a neutral stance on political matters.
In contrast, UEFA changed its Twitter DP in rainbow colors and said “UEFA respects the rainbow. Today, UEFA is proud to wear the colors of the rainbow. It is a symbol that embodies our core values, and promotes everything we believe in – a more just, equal, and tolerant society for all, regardless of their background or belief or their gender.
Some people have interpreted UEFA’s decision to reject the city of Munich’s request to light up Munich’s stadium in rainbow colors for Euro 2020 as “political”. On the contrary, the request itself was political, and related to the presence of the Hungarian football team, on the field for this evening’s match with Germany. For UEFA, the rainbow is not a political symbol, but a sign of our unwavering commitment to a more diverse and inclusive society.” UEFA has been added.
Recently, the Hungarian government passed very controversial legislation that allowed the government to ban schools that promote and disseminate content related to homosexuality and gender change.
UEFA has suspended an investigation into Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer’s rainbow armband during matches against France and Portugal.