Colour Blindness in Football – a UEFA Report

Colour Blindness in Football – a UEFA Report

This document has been published by UEFA in cooperation with the English Football Associatoin and provides insight on the topic of colour blindness in football and gives an advice on how to improve the experience when watching or playing football.

Colour blindness is found in approximately 1 out of 12 men and it can be a real issue in football whether you are watching, playing, managing or officiating. People with colour blindness cannot distinguish the different football kits and equipment which makes it very difficult for them to enjoy the beautiful sport of football.

Therefore, UEFA has been working closely with the English Football Association to highlight the issue and improve the experience of colour blind people when watching or playing football. The two organisations created a booklet together with detailed information about colour blindness in football. The intention of the initiative is to positively influence decision-makers at every level of the game. The report can be downloaded using the link below.DTmmPj9X4AA2_FX

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