Despite being international sex icons, it makes sense that some teams ban their World Cup athletes from fraternizing during the tournament --but where it gets weird is for the countries that DO let their players get a little extracurricular, but with some restrictions... Want to play for your country AND get down? Watch this video and take notes.
With World Cup fever in full swing, it's understandable that some of the world's premiere soccer players from around the globe are looking for ways to... relax after a match. But getting down and dirty when you're off the pitch isn't as easy as you might think.
Good news is, players from the US are free to get lucky with no restrictions, but players from Russia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Chile and Mexico are specifically banned from having sex during the Cup. Spanish and German players can be intimate, just not the night before the game. If a Brazilian player wants to get down before a game, he had better make sure that the sex is not "acrobatic" in nature, because that doesn't fly in Brazil.
If and how the teams are able to enforce these rules is up for debate, but the point is that soccer players around the world are having their sex lives regulated, and that's worth talking about.
Watch this video for more weird World Cup sex rules from across the globe, from the oddly specific to the downright bizarre.
Do you think teams should be allowed to regulate whether their players have sex?
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