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Sports probably no exception for Munich: Em-stadium without rainbow colors

00:40  22 june  2021
00:40  22 june  2021 Source:   de.sports.yahoo.com

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Munich 's City Council has called for the Allianz Arena to be lit up in rainbow colors during Germany's Euro 2020 match against Hungary, in protest against new laws passed in Budapest. In an even more vital encounter that could decide who advances to the knockout phases following Hungary's 1-1 draw with world champions France earlier, Die Mannschaft will host the Hungarians at Bayern Munich 's home stadium on Wednesday. This week, the Hungarian parliament passed a law restricting the sharing of homosexual and transgender content to those under 18 years of age, in what was

Rainbow colors : UEFA checked Neuer’s captain’s armband: no penalty – stadium lighting in Munich as a political issue – Euro 2021. Munich / Budapest – With a colorful arena against dark tendencies: The Munich city council has pushed the politicization of the European Championship to its provisional level and forced the European Football Union (UEFA) to show its colors in the diversity discussion.

No sign against Hungary's policy in dealing with homosexuals: the plan to illuminate the Munich Em-Stadium in rainbow colors, fails at the UEFA.

Statt am Spieltag gegen Ungarn soll die Arena nun wahrscheinlich nur am Christoper Street Day bunt beleuchtet werden. © Photo: Imago / Poolfoto Instead of the matchday against Hungary, the arena is now likely to be illuminated only on the Christoper Street Day colorful.

The EM Stadium in Munich is not intended to light up in rainbow colors in the group finals of the German Football National Team against Hungary for information on the "Image" newspaper. The European Football Union and the European Championship Organizing Committee should have been informed in a report on Monday evening. Instead, the arena should be lit in the colors of UEFA and the participating nations.

Munich wants rainbow-colored stadium for game with Hungary

  Munich wants rainbow-colored stadium for game with Hungary MUNICH (AP) — Hungary may play its final group game at the European Championship in a stadium lit up in rainbow colors. Munich Mayor Dieter Reiter said Sunday he was going to write to UEFA to ask for permission for Germany’s stadium to be lit up with the colors as a sign against homophobia and intolerance when the team plays Hungary on Wednesday. “This is an important sign of tolerance and equality,” Reiter told news agency dpa. Munich’s city council had already called for the stadium to be lit in rainbow colors for the final Euro 2020 group game to protest a law passed by Hungarian lawmakers on Tuesday that prohibits sharing with minors any content portraying homosexuality o

MUNICH (AP) — Hungary may play its final group game at the European Championship in a stadium lit up in rainbow colors . Munich Mayor Dieter Reiter said Sunday he was going to write to UEFA to ask for permission for Germany’s stadium to be lit up with the colors as a sign against homophobia and intolerance when the team plays Hungary on Wednesday. Germany captain Manuel Neuer has already worn an armband in rainbow colors for his team’s opening group games against France and Portugal.

The Allianz Arena in Munich has assumed rainbow colours on a number of previous occasions. The Germany captain, Manuel Neuer, will not face any disciplinary action after wearing a rainbow armband during Euro 2020 games, Uefa has announced. The Bayern Munich goalkeeper has donned the armband for matches against France and Portugal to show his support for the LGBTQ+ community during Pride month, prompting Uefa to investigate whether it could be viewed as a political statement.

Munich's Lord Mayor Dieter Reiter (SPD) had made himself strong in writing to the UEFA and the German Football Association for an exemption permit to send "a widely visible signal for our common understanding of value". He appeal to the UEFA, "(...) strongly and visibly use for tolerance and equality" , it said it was.

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also Bayern's Prime Minister Markus Söder (CSU) advocated the action. But DFB, OK and UEFA, according to the report of Monday evening, could not go through. "The UEFA gives a uniform stadium design. And there are good reasons to live this uniform stadium design too. Maybe you do not necessarily have to moor the lighting on the Matchday Wednesday, "said DFB press spokesman Jens Grittner on Monday.

rainbow colors? UEFA meets Arena Decision

 rainbow colors? UEFA meets Arena Decision The Munich EM Arena will not radiate rainbow colors on Wednesday. That announces the association on Tuesday. © Provided by sport1.de rainbow colors? UEFA meets Arena decision The European Football Union (UEFA) rejected it, the Munich Em-Arena during the last preliminary round game of the German Football National Team on Wednesday against Hungary ( Germany - Hungary on Wednesday from 21.00 clock in LiveTicker ) Shray in rainbow colors. That announced the association on Tuesday.

City officials in Munich plan to light the Allianz Arena in rainbow colors for Wednesday's Euro 2020 match between Germany and Hungary to make a statement to Viktor Orban's right-wing Hungarian government. However, European football's governing body is said to have close ties with Orban and four Euro 2020 matches are being played in Budapest. The Allianz Arena, owned by German champions Bayern Munich , has a translucent covering which allows the stadium to be lit in different colours .

Parliament calls for rainbow lighting in the EM arena for the game between Germany and Hungary. “The state capital is committed to diversity, tolerance and real equality in sport and in society as a whole,” it says in a cross-party motion. Munich ’s Lord Mayor Dieter Reiter (SPD) now wants to Rudolph also referred to the captain’s armband in rainbow colors , which national goalkeeper Manuel Neuer had already worn in the first round match in Munich against France (0: 1). “It makes even more sense with games like this – it is important that such actions are no longer prohibited,” said Rudolph.

Previously, Hungary had responded upset to the project. "It is extremely harmful and dangerous to mixing sports and politics," said Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto, according to the news agency MTI. "The historical experience shows that this is a bad thing and everyone progresses the Germans exactly."

The EU has announced that the Hungarian prohibition of "advertising for homosexuality" to consider

Hungary's parliament had passed a law on Tuesday of last week, forbidding "advertising" for homosexuality or sexual conversions for minors. The EU Commission has already announced to examine the controversial law.

According to the "Image Zeitung", the Munich Arena is intended to shine in the rainbow colors on June 28, Christopher Street Day. On this day, however, no EM game takes place in the Bavarian metropolis.

background of the planned protest is a law in Hungary , which restricts the information rights of young people with regard to homosexuality and transsexuality and that was endorsed from the Hungarian Parliament on Tuesday. The law is considered a special concern of Prime Minister Viktor Orban . Accordingly, the demand for a clear sign of the football EM in Germany had become the game against the Magyars.

UEFA welcomes rainbow advertising of the sponsors .
Some sponsors show in the EM-Oxelfinals Rainbow Band Advertising. The UEFA responds positively - despite the Paße around the Munich EM Arena. © Provided by SPORT1.DE UEFA welcomes rainbow advertising of sponsors The European Football Union (UEFA) has expressly greeted the rainbow gang advertising of some sponsors in the EM-round finals.

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