FIFA has released their latest round of fines related to fan homophobia, covering World Cup Qualifying matches over the last few months.
With North Carolina at the center of the battle for LGBT rights, Britain’s The Guardian newspaper has profiled PDL’s Charlotte Eagles as an “evangelical soccer team” that doesn’t allow fouling, diving, or gay players.
Major League Soccer has released this year’s Don’t Cross the Line video, and it’s a marked improvement over years past.
Atlanta United FC owner Arthur Blank has now spoken out against the religious exemption bill that has passed the Georgia House and Senate.
Last week FIFA issued nearly $150,000 in fines to soccer federations for fans’ homophobic chants, and Mexico is now appealing the judgment against them.
After brushing off fans’ chants at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, FIFA has levied fines against a number of countries for homophobia at several 2018 World Cup Qualifiers.
The New England Revolution are announcing their support for a transgender anti-discrimination bill making its way through the Massachusetts legislature.
World Cup break is over! And first up we want to share the You Can Play Project’s latest video, celebrating the world’s sport this World Cup season.
Detroit City FC will be kicking off Motor City Pride with a Friday night match that will be supporting the LGBT community both nationally and locally.
Yesterday I called out supporters groups on Twitter (specifically in Orlando) for frequently using the Spanish word “puto” in tweets around their rivalry with Tampa Bay.