The women’s soccer team of Fuzhou University ahead of a game. A women’s team from the university had to forfeit a match this month because too many of the players had dyed hair. Photo: Fuzhou University The women’s soccer team of Fuzhou University ahead of a game. A women’s team from the university had to forfeit a match this month because too many of the players had dyed hair. Photo: Fuzhou University
The women’s soccer team of Fuzhou University ahead of a game. A women’s team from the university had to forfeit a match this month because too many of the players had dyed hair. Photo: Fuzhou University
China Society

Ban on women’s soccer team over dyed hair revives debate in China about whether sports stars should be allowed tattoos and coloured locks

  • Social media in China blew up when a women’s soccer team was made to forfeit a match because too many of the players had dyed hair
  • Rules about sports stars’ hair colouring are not the only ones governing appearance in China – there are bans on tattoos, jewellery, lipstick and miniskirts

Topic |   China Society
The women’s soccer team of Fuzhou University ahead of a game. A women’s team from the university had to forfeit a match this month because too many of the players had dyed hair. Photo: Fuzhou University The women’s soccer team of Fuzhou University ahead of a game. A women’s team from the university had to forfeit a match this month because too many of the players had dyed hair. Photo: Fuzhou University
The women’s soccer team of Fuzhou University ahead of a game. A women’s team from the university had to forfeit a match this month because too many of the players had dyed hair. Photo: Fuzhou University
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