FvH is an international initiative opposing homophobia in football at all levels – from grassroots to professional clubs.
We want football to take a clear stand against homophobia so that everyone can enjoy the beautiful game and so that football leads the way in removing discrimination and prejudice based on gender identity and sexual orientation.
Find out about what we are doing to tackle these issues and about the simple things you can do to get involved. By working together across football, we can make a difference.
Football v Homophobia IDAHOT Small Grants 2015April 24, 201510 grants available worth 400 Euros each Football v Homophobia and the Fare Network are providing a small grants.
FvH IDAHOT Small Grants 2015April 16, 201510 grants available worth 400 Euros each Football v Homophobia and the Fare Network are providing a small grants.
Football v Homophobia and FARE are providing a small grants programme for the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia (IDAHOT). The small grants are for grass roots clubs, fans’ groups and organisations wishing to undertake actions to recognise Football v Homophobia on or around 17 May 2015.
Download the FvH logo, a matchday insert for your programme, press release and PA announcement. Plus posters, fliers and other useful resources to help you support the campaign.
Thank you to all the Clubs and organisations taking action for FvH this year. Check out who has already signed up and find out how you can get involved.