Neville Southall champions the cause of both Bradford City LGBT+ fan group and JBG? stating: “I think it’s important that the football community and the LGBTQ+ community talk more, maybe that is something I can help with?”
Cardiff born gay man Bob Woods, a long term volunteer for JBG? who has a trans foster daughter says: “It’s never been more important for LGBTQ+ activists and our allies to come together to defend the progress made and to move further forward in our fight against homophobia, biphobia and transphobia, so please come to Pierhead to network, organise, resist!”
Roisin Wood, CEO of Kick It Out, said:
“The work that campaigning organisations such as Just A Ball Game? undertake plays an important role in promoting messages around LGBTQ+ inclusion and Kick It Out are pleased to endorse this event.”
“It is essential that discussions are held to raise awareness and address the current issues regarding discrimination against LGBTQ+ individuals and groups in sport and society. The event at the Pierhead Building promises to be a fantastic occasion in recognition of International Day against homophobia, biphobia and transphobia.”
Tickets are still available from Eventbrite.