Manchester United has today ‘Come Out’ for LGBT+ equality in football with a new strategic partnership with Stonewall.
Copenhagen 2021 combines WorldPride with EuroGames, the European LGBTI+ open event with tournaments in 29 different sports.
In 2015, a BBC Sport survey found that one in six elite sportswomen had experienced abuse on social media. By 2020, this figure had doubled to one in three.
In support of Stonewall’s Rainbow Laces, Team GB will change their logos for the day across all social media channels Like most fans, Team GB believes sport should be open to everyone: “We are proud to have taken so many LGBT athletes to last year’s Olympic Games in Rio and will continue Continue Reading
Warwick Rowers to teach acting legend Denise how to row for Sports Allies charity The Warwick Rowers, famous for their annual naked calendar, offered to teach the Loose Women legend and long-time supporter of LGBT causes in a special charity session. The calendar raises money for Sport Allies, a charity helping to Continue Reading
A study by Stonewall found evidence of widespread homophobic abuse at matches.
In celebration of LGBT Pride Month, Adidas Originals has once again released a Pride Pack of nine products.
The award winning Pride House Glasgow – which was a central feature of the equality and human rights programming of the 2014 Commonwealth Games – will be making a return for this year’s Homeless World Cup in Glasgow.
A former football referee has been awarded thousands of pounds in compensation from Turkey’s football federation after it stripped him of his license for being gay.
The runner-up in the World’s Strongest Man competition has revealed that he is gay. Rob Kearney, who won second place in the 2014 competition is the first Strongman to come out at a professional, international level.