The October FIFA international break featured more World Cup Qualifiers and more fines from soccer’s governing body for fan homophobia.
FIFA has issued its latest round of fines for incidents at qualifying matches for the 2018 World Cup, and a number of nations received fines for fan homophobia.
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The Houston Dynamo have announced steps to bring an end to the “puto” chant during home games at BBVA Compass Stadium.
The San Jose Earthquakes released their second video for the You Can Play Project for their annual Pride Night this weekend.
Minnesota United FC faces Club León for the second time in as many years, and is using the opportunity to take a stand against the “puto” chant.
The LA Galaxy held their third annual Pride Night Wednesday and used the occasion to become the latest MLS team to make a video for the You Can Play Project.
LGBT Pride Month began Wednesday, and for Mexican National Team players Bianca Sierra and Stephany Mayor it began as a day of homophobic abuse on Twitter.
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.