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When it comes to football players in 2022, the question isn’

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When it comes to football players in 2022, the question isn’t how many have tattoos, it’s who doesn’t.⁠

The recent announcement by the General Administration of Sport that Chinese footballers are not only now banned from having tattoos, but should get existing ones removed, took many within the sporting landscape by surprise given the ever growing trend of ink in the game. However it’s clear this directive is linked to a much bigger plan by the Chinese Communist Party.⁠

“The tattoo ban is mostly about national image,” Christopher Rea, who works in the department of Asian Studies at the University of British Columbia, said. “The Chinese government wants a clean, wholesome, uniform look for the team that will be representing the nation.”⁠

While tattoos have now become so mainstream that both soccer players and soccer mums have ink, it appears the Chinese want to return to more traditional stylings, culturally speaking, Rea said.⁠

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