Germany filled with Rainbows after UEFA ban | Euro 2020
During the Germany – Hungary #EURO2020 group game, Eintracht will be speaking out for diversity, tolerance and openness with the @DeuBaPark lit up in rainbow colours!#SGE #GERHUN #diversity pic.twitter.com/PCTVQBvMEo— Eintracht Frankfurt (@eintracht_eng) June 23, 2021
"For UEFA, the rainbow is not a political symbol."— DW Sports (@dw_sports) June 23, 2021
UEFA's response to the backlash after refusing to light Munich's Allianz Arena in rainbow colors.
#GERHUN #EURO2020 pic.twitter.com/zxio9lctHI
More power to all the people who are making a difference in society for the oppressed and troubled. FC Barcelona in the latest shared their emblem with Rainbow colours. Many other teams have been supporting the cause and we wish one day the suffering will end.
Banning the illumination of the Munich stadium in rainbow colors is as political as allowing it.— Mélanie Vogel 💪🏽🏳️🌈🌻🇪🇺 (@Melanie_Vogel_) June 23, 2021
It’s just that one is in line with EU values and fundamental rights and the other serves Orbán’s autocratic rhetorical against LGBTI people.#AllianzArena #Regenbogenfarben #GERHUN pic.twitter.com/YsQ6ZcLyh3
Group F is keeping up with the expectations that we had. Two great matches on the same day with the biggest of players involved.
If Portugal loses against France then it will mean the end of Cristiano Ronaldo’s journey of Euro 2020. A lot is at stake for all the teams of the Group of Death. One thing is sure that we will enjoy every bit of it. Stay tuned.
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