The Football Association reports that they are not in talks with gay players considering coming out despite a recent claim by a lawmaker.
Supporters from the Coventry City LGBT Fans group have slammed Noel Whelan following his tweet.
Some members of Russia’s parliament have sent a letter to the state communications oversight agency, alleging FIFA 17's support of a recent LGBT-friendly initiative in England breaks Russia’s “gay propaganda law”.
Failing to tackle homophobia in sport could be leading to a drain in talent, a Tory MP has warned, amid accusations football had taken a "reactionary and quite frankly homophobic" attitude to the problem.
English retired NBA player John Amaechi has criticised the football leaders in England for not creating an environment comfortable enough for players to be openly gay.
Most sports fans in England, Wales and Scotland would have no problem if their club signed a gay player despite a top football official claiming that he would not encourage stars to declare their homosexuality.
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The head of the FA said the organisation was determined to stamp out homophobia and would come down hard on fans who hurl anti-gay abuse
The First Ever “LGBT International Powerlifting Championships” are happening in London in July 2017...
In July 2017 the strongest LGBT people from around the world will come together for the first ever LGBT International Powerlifting Championships. Organisers are expecting up to 60 participants from across the globe including Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, United Kingdom, United States of America and Slovenia. Athletes competing will include first time novice lifters through to World Champions and World record holders.
Following last week’s event day with Doncaster Rovers Belles Just A Ball Game? (JBG?) are very proud to announce that ‘the Belles’ are the latest team to come on board as a partner club.