We’re in the thick of the MLS All Star Game Week here in Portland, and the league, team, and city continue to put on quite the show for the fans.
A year has passed and we’re back to where we started. The Railhawks hosted the Los Angeles Galaxy in the US Open cup for the third consecutive year, and I come to you with another article about the Galaxy’s openly gay player, Robbie Rogers.
Pride month is in full swing and soccer fans can be proud that we have so many out LGBT soccer players seeing professional action in America.
For the second year the New England Revolution supporters groups Midnight Riders and Rebellion will be marking Boston Pride at Gillette Stadium.
Robbie Rogers made it back onto the field in a big way this past weekend. That and the results for all the other out LGBT soccer players in our weekly roundup.
One year since the first out player took the field in Major League Soccer, it’s time to look at all of the LGBT soccer players’ action this past weekend.
The Vancouver Whitecaps used the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia to debut their new pride scarf, and now they’ve released a new video for the You Can Play Project
It’s been a good week for court decisions legalizing same-sex marriage, and both the Portland Timbers and Thorns took to Twitter to note the occasion.
This past Saturday was the annual International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT) and MLS supporters groups used the day to speak out.
With NPSL kicking off their season on the East Coast and Robbie Rogers once again taking the field with the LA Galaxy, there’s more LGBT soccer to talk about than ever.