This suit supplier Hummel announced this recently.
We don’t want to be visible in the tournament, Hummel wrote among other things when they launched the three Danish kits that will be used in the World Cup.
The tournament, which is being held in Qatar, has received a lot of criticism because of its views on human rights and the conditions of expatriate workers in the country, which built the infrastructure to be able to host the World Cup.
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Among other things, the Guardian reported in 2021 that up to 6,500 migrant workers from India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka died in Qatar between 2010 and 2020.
We support the Danish team all the way, but this should not be confused with supporting a tournament that has cost thousands of people their lives. Hamill wrote: We want to take a stand on human rights in Qatar, and their treatment of the migrant workers who built the World Cup arenas in the country.
The Danish kits, where neither the Hummel crest nor the federation crest appears, have already been used in the Nations League, and now the WC organizer is responding.
We refuse to underestimate the importance of our sincere commitment to take care of the health and safety of the 30,000 people who built the World Cup arenas, as well as other projects related to the arena, as the representative of the World Cup Committee, the Supreme Committee for Sports, says, “Delivery and Legacy,” according to Washington Post.
The commission also claims to have held a dialogue with the Danish Football Association (DBU), and is asking them to provide the information to equipment supplier Hummel.
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