This article talks about the decision to move the “Super Cup” games from Spain and Italy to Saudi Arabia. The decision to move the games to the middle of the season and expand the competition to runners-up has sparked controversy. Barcelona, in particular, has been criticized for its guidelines for LGBTQ+ fans traveling to the event, which warn of severe penalties for any action of a sexual nature and open displays of support for LGBTQI causes. The article also criticizes FIFA president Gianni Infantino for not standing up to oppressive policies. It also addresses the issue of putting money over human rights and the controversial decision to hold major football matches in Saudi Arabia, despite concerns about the country’s treatment of LGBTQ+ individuals.