Euro 2020: UEFA stops investigation concerning Neuer’s rainbow armband

Euro 2020 UEFA stops investigation concerning Neuer's rainbow armband

Munich, June 21: UEFA has halted its examination concerning Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer’s rainbow-hued chief’s armband during Euro 2020 matches against France and Portugal, the German Football Association (DFB) has affirmed.

Neuer has been brandishing the rainbow-hued armband to show support towards the LGBT+ people group during ‘Pride Month’. “UEFA has today imparted to the DFB that they have halted the audit of the rainbow commander’s armband worn by Manuel Neuer. In a letter, the armband has been evaluated as a group image for variety and subsequently for a decent aim,” German Football Association tweeted.

UEFA had before opened an examination concerning Neuer’s armband as the European football body said named the go about as a ‘political image’. Before the competition began, UEFA had requested that each group not make any political exhibitions.

According to a report in, UEFA is pondering giving more matches to Budapest in Euro 2020. The enactment there forbids schools from scattering content considered to advance homosexuality and sex change.

Denmark and Chelsea player Pernille Harder has effectively requested that UEFA venture up and abstain from moving more matches to Budapest.

Harder has done as such as Hungary’s administration presented a new enemy of LGBT+ enactment and accordingly, the nation is drawing in analysis from a couple of corners.

The Puskas Arena in Budapest has right now facilitated two matches in Euro 2020 and there are as yet two additional matches set to be played including a Group F experience among Portugal and France.

UEFA semi-finals and last could be moved from Wembley Stadium, London to Budapest if Covid-19 limitations in the UK are not lifted.