Jewelery in professional sports

Have you ever thought about which jewelery should the athlete be allowed to wear on the track? Like a pitcher player who can wear men's wedding rings on the mountain? Or an ice hockey player can wear a necklace? Below is a brief description of what athletes should wear in the four sports.


Since most players are on ice (except neck and face), socks, gloves, and helmet, NHL has no rule on the type of jewelery you can wear during the game. Since this is a high-impact sport, players are not fit to wear any type of earrings or rings during the games. As far as necklaces are concerned, as long as they do not appear outside the field, they are allowed.


If there is a sport that is too critical in player-worn areas, the NFL or as some fans call it the "No Fun League". Not only can it be punished for excessive celebration in the area, but also for wearing non-sanctioned socks or shoes. And rules start when someone reaches the field for pre-practice, as long as they leave the stadium. The rules are enforced during interviews with the game! Ironically, however, the NFL has no excess rule on what jewelery can be worn on the track. Since the hands are mainly used for catch and blockage, the rings are usually not worn, as they may affect the catch or throws of the ball. However, necklaces and eyebrows are worn as long as they are within their cause. The bracelets must be covered in any case. Did I mention that officials are going to review the whole game to make sure that no one else (even once) broke the rules during the game?


Over the past few years, the law firm began to reduce NBA players hard by a new dress code that limited what a player can wear before and after a game. It extends to a court where NBA players can not wear any jewelery. This means that they are earrings; bracelets, rings and necklaces are all non-no. In the court there are only knee and elbows, headbands and of course tattoos.


Major League Baseball is a very liberal policy of jewelery. Essentially, you can wear any type of jewelery unless it is considered a "confusing" or disturbing game. In other words, jars can not wear rings because they can damage the ball and there is no huge, mirrored necklace that can lose the dough from the ball (not that anyone thinks it is wearing but gets the idea).

It seems that most sports do not allow jewelery, not even a male ring so what the guy is? Keep this ring somewhere safe until the end of the game!