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.
Google always does great things for Pride Month and their Android division has seemed to include Robbie Rogers in their celebratory video.
UK blog Just a Ball Game has compiled a list of players who are out at the World Cup kicking off this weekend in Canada.
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.
One stop for Megan Rapinoe on her media day tour around New York was with MSNBC prime time host and USWNT fan Rachel Maddow.
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.
The Portland NetRippers have been selected to host the 2016 IGLFA World Championships, sometimes referred to colloquially as the “Gay World Cup.”
Minnesota United FC is doing preseason training in Brazil and a foursome of players took some time off to reenact one of cinema’s most unintentionally homoerotic scenes.