FIFA has made cracking down on homophobic chants a priority at the 2017 Confederations Cup, and their actions for the most part seem to be working.
The Seattle Sounders and Seattle Reign are getting ready to join in the city’s Pride festivities, both inside and outside of their stadiums.
With two Confederations Cup participants racking up the fines for homophobic chants from fans, FIFA is allowing referees to stop matches for fan behavior.
Supporters groups across the country have started the PrideRaiser fundraising campaign to support LGBT charities in their communities.
With both the US Men’s and Women’s National teams in camp, US Soccer has released their video for the You Can Play Project.
The New England Revolution have released a video featuring highlights from their first official LGBT Pride Night held June 3.
As part of their announcement for their first-ever Pride Day this month, NYCFC also announced support for New York City’s Hetrick-Martin Institute.
The teams of US Soccer will be using their upcoming friendly matches to celebrate Pride Month and start a partnership with the You Can Play Project.
Ever since they took on their current moniker, supporting the LGBT community has always been part of being Minnesota United, and their first Pride Night in MLS will continue that trend.
This season NWSL’s Sky Blue FC is expanding the idea of an LGBT Pride Night into a month-long celebration.