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“Equipment must not have any political, religious or personal slogans, statements or images.”

International Football Association Board (IFAB),


Laws of the Game

Law 04, Section 5


Equipment Regulations


Article 8,

Section 3

“Decorative elements may...not produce, or by any other means give, the (visual) impression of...a political or comparative symbol by displaying or stylising or by any other means giving the impression of registered trademarks or recognisable, but unregistered, designs.”

Respect for dignity is

"a two-way street."

"No player should be subjected to a political test in order to be considered for a team."

Let All Play: Yes to Soccer, No to Politics, p. 10

"Give fans the opportunity to cheer for their teams, not take up sides in political fights. "

Let All Play: Yes to Soccer, No to Politics, p. 10

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Tell FIFA: no political symbols.                 

Yes to Sports, No to Politics


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