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Randers FC focuses on colour blindness

September 6, 2021

Today is World Colour Blind Awareness Day, and Randers FC focuses on colour blindness.

Together with Tackling Colour Blindness in Sport (TACBIS), the European Football for Development Network (EFDN), Erasmus+ and the University of Oxford, they are involved in this project where they will investigate how widespread colour blindness is in the world of football and try to make the experience better for players, spectators and viewers alike.

That’s why Nyt Syn Randers – Torvegade came by to test the players and verify the project.

Statistics say that men in particular are more predisposed to it than women, and in fact 1/12 boys/men are colour blind.

You can watch the club’s video about colour blindness here.

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