2017 Champions:
AFC Wimbledon
Aston Villa FC
Barry Town United AFC
Bexley Invicta FC
Birmingham City FC
BLAGGS – Brighton LGBT Sports Society
Brentford FC
Brighton and Hove Albion FC
Cardiff Academicals FC
Cardiff City FC
Cardiff City Ladies FC
Cardiff Dragons FC
Cardiff Met Staff FC
Carshalton Athletic FC
Charlton Athletic FC
Chelsea FC
Colchester United FC
Coventry City FC
Crystal Palace FC
Cyncoed Ladies FC
Derby Rovers
Exeter City FC
Football 4 Peace
Gillingham Community Trust
Hotscots FC
Huddersfield Town FC
Leyton Orient FC
Liverpool FC
Lincolnshire FA
London Titans
Mersey Marauders FC
Met Police FC
Mickleover Sports FC
MK Dons
The New Saints FC
Norwich City FC
Nottingham Lions FC
Oldham Athletic FC
Paris Arc-En-Ciel FC
Port Talbot Town Ladies
Portsmouth FC
Purple Brigade
Queens Park Rangers
Reading FC
Southampton FC
Stoke City FC
Surrey County FA
Sussex County FA
Tottenham Hotspur
University of Brighton
Walsall FC
Wigan Athletic FC
York City FC

Who we are

Football v Homophobia exists to challenge discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity and expression at all levels in football. As an international initiative FvH engages in campaigning, education, advice and guidance, research, policy consultation and capacity building to:

  1. Make existing football structures safe, welcoming and inclusive for LGBTI people
  2. Create opportunities and promote engagement of LGBTI people in football at all levels and in all forms
  3. Improve the representation and visibility of LGBTI people throughout football
  4. To realise the potential of football in society as a tool to create positive change

How you can help

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    Join our supporter scheme, join an LGBT fans group, tweet about us – there’s loads you can do! Find out more

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    Professional Clubs

    Designate a home fixture to FvH, put an advert in a match day programme, get your fans involved… Find out more

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    Grassroots Clubs

    Promote the campaign on twitter, put up posters around your ground, take photos of a player in a t-shirt… Find out more

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    County FAs

    Get local clubs involved, organise a match or tournament, spread the word through social media… Find out more

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    Put an article on your website, send a mailing to clubs to get them involved, borrow an FvH flag to use for photos… Find out more

By working together across football, we can make a difference

Quick links:

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    Join our Supporter scheme

    Help us by becoming an official Supporter of FvH. With packages for individuals and organisations from £10 to £50. Find out more

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    Supporting FvH for the Month of Action (February)? We have everything you need to help you promote your action. Find out more

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    Need the FvH logo to promote your support? Download it here – in multiple languages! Find out more

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    BUY A T-SHIRT...

    …or a pin badge, wristband, bag, stickers, posters – anything to show your support of the cause! Shop now

FvH Month of Action

Whether you are a fan, grassroots club, pro club or a County FA - we want you all to take action for the FvH Month of Action in February!

Get Involved in February

There's loads you can do - take a look at the the 'how you can help' section opposite and get planning!

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We do not receive any core funding and the campaign is mainly run on volunteer time