但在最後一刻，隊長加雷斯-貝爾改變了主意，他被警告不要佩戴 "OneLove "臂章，否則會被記過。
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Wales had the rainbow flag on prominent display at their training base in Qatar on Wednesday, sending a defiant message to World Cup organisers.
But a last minute U-turn saw captain Gareth Bale warned off wearing a OneLove armband or he could be booked.
Fans entering stadiums have also been forced to remove rainbow bucket hats.
That has included former Wales captain Laura McAllister who was told to remove her rainbow bucket hat as she attended Wales' opening 1-1 draw against the USA.
McAllister, the former Sport Wales chief executive and Fifa council candidate, is gay and said the security at the stadium was "heavy handed... It was quite intimidating".
Football's world governing body Fifa has threatened bookings for any players who wear the rainbow armbands.
Bale was among a group of seven European national captains who had planned to wear the armband to promote diversity and inclusion.
Wales had planned to wear the OneLove armband, along with England, Germany, Belgium, Denmark, the Netherlands and Switzerland.
The Football Association of Wales (FAW), which has requested a meeting with Fifa over the incidents, had said: "We're frustrated. We're disappointed.
"But we remain with the belief that football is for everyone and stand with our LGBTQ+ members of the Welsh football family."
Alongside Wales' colourful protest - which also saw a large rainbow flag draped from a pitchside tent - Germany also showed their displeasure on Wednesday.
Players covered their mouths during the team photograph before their World Cup opener against Japan "to convey the message that Fifa is silencing" teams, according to head coach Hansi Flick.
No disciplinary action will be taken against Germany and as it stands Wales have not been reprimanded for their stance.
The Dragons are next in action on Friday against Iran, beaten 6-2 in their opening game by England.
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