World Cup captains want to wear rainbow armbands in Qatar FIFA has come under pressure from several European soccer federations who want to support a human rights campaign against discrimination at the World Cup
Football needs more than armbands to put real pressure on Qatar
With just two months until the World Cup begins, time is running out for football to put together an adequate response to the many issues that have plagued the tournament, writes Miguel Delaney
Eight European countries to participate in diversity campaign during Qatar World Cup | CNN
Ten European football teams -- the Netherlands, England, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland and Wales -- will participate in a season-long "OneLove" campaign promoting inclusion and opposing discrimination.
Harry Kane to wear anti-discrimination armband in FA’s Qatar World Cup plan
England’s captain Harry Kane will wear an anti-discrimination armband at the World Cup as part of the FA’s plans to highlight the human rights situation in Qatar
FA’s World Cup campaign ‘falls well short’, human rights group claim
The FA has joined nine other European federations, including the Football Association of Wales, in supporting a season-long OneLove campaign against discrimination
Harry Kane to wear anti-discrimination armband at Qatar World Cup
Same-sex relationships are criminalised in the Gulf state.
England's Harry Kane to take stand against discrimination at Qatar World Cup
England captain Harry Kane will wear an anti-discrimination armband at World Cup matches in Qatar, where LGBTQ+ identities are criminalised.
Harry Kane's message as he joins other football captains to wear anti-discrimination armband in Qatar
The One Love campaign was originally initiated by the Netherlands and aims to use football to promote inclusion and "send a message against discrimination".