Major League Soccer has released this year’s Don’t Cross the Line video, and it’s a marked improvement over years past.
The New England Revolution are announcing their support for a transgender anti-discrimination bill making its way through the Massachusetts legislature.
It’s “get out the vote” weekend across America, and the Houston Dynamo have a few days left to encourage their fans to vote for the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance.
This Thursday LA Galaxy coach Bruce Arena will receive the Spirit of Courage Award from California’s Courage Campaign Institute.
The Chicago Fire held their fourth annual Pride Night this week, and they used the occasion to debut a new video for the You Can Play Project at halftime.
It was already a special night in Carson with the LA Galaxy holding their second Pride Night, but Robbie Rogers added to the occasion with his first goal in an LA uniform.
Matt Hatzke came out publicly as gay in a blog post. We got in touch with some of his connections with the San Jose Earthquakes to share their thoughts.
Vancouver Whitecaps staffer Christine Dunsforth appeared at the Pride Legacy Awards to present the Orange Award for Sports, and spoke about the team’s three-year history of pride.
I remember my excitement three years ago when MLS announced it would be starting “Don’t Cross the Line,” aimed at racism, sexism, and homophobia in soccer.
Most Major League Soccer teams revealed kits as part of MLS Jersey Week 2015 so now that we’ve seen all of the unveilings and most kits on the field, it’s time for some reviews.