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"This month's time isn't practical" – an English woman asks Nike to change her shorts to meet her menstrual concerns.

The ENGLAND star asked Nike to consider a kit color alternative for players during the period.

And hotshot Beth Mead, 27, states that white sports shorts are not practical for female soccer players during the menstrual cycle.

AustriaEnglandWomenEuroMead, who won the winner during the defeat, spoke after the victory of the opening round of the tournament.

Arsenal's Ace was one of Lioness blinded by the host's bright white home gear in front of a crowd of packed Old Trafford.

Mead told reporters: "That's what we gave Nike. Hopefully they'll change that.

"It's nice to have a white kit, but it can be impractical at the time of the month.

" We talked about it as a team and fed it back to Nike.

Mead's feelings were supported by national teammate Georgia Stanway after asolid midfield shiftat the Theater of Dreams.

However, 23-year-old Lioness thinks this topic can be difficult as his fans are familiar with the team's traditional white kits.

Stanway said:

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"When you're on the grass, nothing else It's difficult because it's okay. "

Lioness doesn't always wear white pants when playing against rivals for years.

At the 1995 World Cup, a team featuring former boss Hope Powell wore a traditional white shirt on the side and dark blue shorts.

White apparel worn by female athletes during menstruation continues to be a problem in a variety of sports.

Last month, Women's Tennis Ace questioned the rules of All England Club All Whitewear, especially for women competing in Wimbledon during menstruation.

Two-time doubles champion Rennae Stubbs has revealed that the dilemma of wearing a white dress during menstruation is a hotly discussed topic in the locker room.

The 2001 and 2004 Wimbledon Doubles Champions told Telegraph Sports: tampon.

"Many women make sure they have a pad on it or an oversized tampon before going to court."