Germany's players will not face any disciplinary action from FIFA after taking the OneLove armband protest to a new level as their players covered their mouths during a team photo at the World Cup.
Germany offers silent protest against FIFA - The Boston Globe
Germany's players covered their mouths for the team photo before their opening World Cup match on Wednesday in Doha, Qatar, to protest against FIFA following the governing body's clampdown on the “One Love” armband. The Germany team lined up in the ...
Qatar offers a rare World Cup perk — a chance to watch two elite matches in one day
With all eight stadiums located within a 35-mile radius of downtown Doha, the 2022 World Cup is the most compact in history. During the group stage, that makes it possible to attend four games a day. Possible, but it's not permitted.
World Cup Fans Try to Find Joy at a Complicated Tournament
Asked why he chose to stay on the MSC Poesia, one of three huge cruise liners currently docked in Doha for the 2022 Qatar World Cup, Australia fan Rob Maurich gives a straightforward reply: “Alcohol.” Liquor is heavily restricted in the tiny Gulf ...
MPs unanimously condemn FIFA threat to punish World Cup players for armbands
Canadian members of Parliament passed a unanimous motion Tuesday condemning FIFA's decision to threaten on-field punishment if soccer players in the World Cup wear armbands supportive of the LGBTQ2S+ community.