Under the slogan "Every country is more than the colours in its flag", visit.brussels is making a statement. All the football flags of the eighth-finalists are given a new design in response to the UEFA ban on displaying the Allianz Arena in rainbow colours and the banning of rainbow flags during the match of the Netherlands against the Czech Republic.
The national rainbow flags have been on display since Friday on De Brouckère in Brussels, one of the most visible places in Brussels. visit.brussels already adapted the profile picture of its Facebook and Instagram channels earlier this week to show its support for the LGBTQ+ community and wants to show with this action that our capital is also the capital when it comes to respecting everyone's sexual orientation. Those who want a flag of their own can download it from the website showyourcolours.eu. In Brussels, almost all nationalities are represented, so every supporter of any European country can support more than the colours of their own flag.
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