England women’s soccer team, “changed the color of the uniform bottoms from white to blue due to menstrual problems”

The England women’s national soccer team, a world-class powerhouse, changed the color of their uniform bottoms from white to blue after collecting opinions from players about period concerns.

British media outlets such as the Guardian reported on the 4th that “the players of the women’s soccer team requested a color change from the uniform sponsor Nike,” and that “the new uniform will be shown for the first time in the game against Brazil on the 5th.” 바카라사이트

Striker Beth Mead said after the European Championships held in England last year, “The white uniform was sometimes not practical when it came to menstruation.” The Guardian said, “Some players used drugs to avoid menstrual cycles, but the seriousness of the problem was still the same.” The European champions England women’s soccer team will also wear blue shorts for both home and away kits at the Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand from July 20 to August 20.

British and American teams, such as Manchester City, West Brom, and Orlando Pride, changed the color of their uniforms to darker for the same reason. Even at this year’s Wimbledon tennis tournament, female players can break away from the all-white dress code and wear dark colors.

USA Today said, “Female players are talking more openly about menstruation and how it affects their athletic careers.”