2014 MONTH OF ACTION EVENTS CALENDAR

Feb 22 Sat
Exeter City v Rochdale FvH designated match @ St James Park, Exeter
3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Exeter City v Rochdale. League 2 – Saturday 22 February. Football v Homophobia Designated Game.  Series of initiatives by Exeter City’s One Game One Community Group in partnership with the Devon Lions, the local gay friendly football club.

York City FC first Football v Homophobia match @ York City Football Club
3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

York City’s home game against Southend United on Saturday 22 February, will mark the Club’s first ever Football v Homophobia match.

Southampton Mixed Teams Tournament for FvH @ Goals Southampton
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Football v Homophobia mixed teams tournament, followed by drinks at the bar. Everyone welcome.

Feb 26 Wed
Surrey FA: Football v Homophobia – Awareness Workshop @ Kingston Hill Campus
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Surrey FA: Football v Homophobia - Awareness Workshop @ Kingston Hill Campus | Kingston Hill | England | United Kingdom

This workshop is open to everyone from the football community including club officials, Welfare Officers, coaches, players, parents etc. We would really like to see as many people take up the opportunity or send a representative or member of thier organisation to this workshop. It will be informative and will hopefully answer many questions you may have on the issues that LGBT people face within football, it will give you a background to the campaign and  help develop your club making it more inclusive in the future.

Feb 27 Thu
The Life and times of Justin
1:15 pm – 3:00 pm

For Lambeth Students only

For Social Work and Sports Students with the PFA to understand the implications of the life of Justin for Social Work practice and academic models of understanding and deconstructing sexuality. Run by Dr Colin King, Black and Asian Coaches Association.

More events here

Football v Homophobia supports UEFA decision regarding homophobia by Bayern Münich fans

Football v Homophobia (FvH) commends UEFA for its strong action in regards to the recent display of a homophobic banner by a small group of Bayern Münich fans during the club’s Champions League game against Arsenal. Following the incident, UEFA … Continue reading

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