2015 Supporters

Alvo Boys FC

U12′s football team will carry the “Football v Homophobia” logo on squad coats.

Arsenal FC

‘Designated Arsenal for Everyone’ matchday on 1st February v Aston Villa

Aston Villa FC

Designated FvH match Saturday 21st Feb v Stoke

Birmingham City FC

Designated FvH match Tuesday 10th Feb v Millwall

Brighton and Hove Albion FC

Designated FvH match v Birmingham City FC on Saturday 21 February

Cardiff Dragons FC

Organised a free FvH 5-a-aside tournament for men and women

Cardiff Ladies FC

A ‘Kick homophobia out of football’ week, where senior players will give talks to junior teams about Homophobia in Football

Castlecroft Rangers

Matchballs and management tops with FvH logo, plus social media support

Chelsea FC

Designated FvH match 21st February v Burnley FC

Chesterfield FC

Designated FvH match Saturday 28th Feb v Fleetwood Town

Colchester United FC

Designated FvH match Tuesday 17th Feb v MK Dons

Coventry City FC

Designated home match v MK Dons on 28th Feb

Crystal Palace FC

Match day programme article and team in Woking Tournament

Derby County FC

Designated FvH matches v Charlton FC and Sheffield Wednesday FC, plus inviting local LGBT group, Derbyshire Friend, as guests

Derbyshire County FA

Working in partnership with local clubs and university to raise awareness of the FvH campaign across the county.

Dorset County FC

Wearing rainbow socks to support Football v Homophobia and encouraging youth teams to do the same

Dover Athletic FC

Designated FvH match v Southport on Saturday 21st February

Dulwich Hamlet FC

Wednesday 11th Feb, Dulwich Hamlet XI will play a friendly fixture against Stonewall FC, the current Gay World Football Champions

Ebbsfleet United FC

Designated FvH match Tuesday 17 February v Bromley

Exeter City FC

Designated FvH match 10th Feb v Cambridge United

FC United of Manchester

Designated FvH match is the home game against Halesowen Town on 24 February

Gillingham FC

Designated match 7th February v Sheffield United.

Herefordshire County FA

Website article and social media support of FvH.

Huddersfield Town FC

They held a ‘Town For All’ day in January in support of FvH and Kick it Out

Hull City AFC

Players wore FvH t-shirts in their away match at Manchester City FC

Ipswich Town FC

Designated FvH match v Birmingham City FC on Tuesday 24 February

Kent County FA

Raising awareness of their LGBT Equality Charter with clubs and supporting the various events clubs are doing across the county.

Leyton Orient FC

Designated FvH home game v Bradford City on Wednesday 18th February

Liverpool FC

Supporting Football v Homophobia in February as part of LGBT History Month 2015

Manchester City FC

Designated home game Saturday 7 Feb v Hull City

Manchester United FC

Designated FvH home game v Sunderland on 28th February

MK Dons FC

Designated FvH match 21st February v Peterborough Utd

Newcastle United FC

Designated FvH match 28th February v Aston Villa FC

Northampton Town FC

Supporting FvH through website publicity

Norwich City FC

Designated FvH match v Wolves on 14th February

Notts County FC

Supporting FvH through fans group, social media, website publicity

Oldham Athletic

Designated home game Saturday 14 Feb v Colchester

Plymouth Argyle

Designated FvH match Saturday 14th Feb v Cambridge United

Portsmouth FC

Designated FvH match 14th Feb v Exeter City

Queens Park Rangers FC

Designated FvH match 7th Feb v Southampton FC

Saltire Thistle FC

An open event to attract more players and supporters to this LGBT football club

Sheffield & District Junior Sunday League

Produced and distributed 15,000+ leaflets to players and coaches in the League during February

Sheffield & Hallamshire County FA

Promoting Football v Homophobia through website article and social media

Sheffield United

Article in programme for match v Colchester 10th Feb

Soho FC

Hosting a 9-a-side football tournament for LGBT friendly teams

Southend United FC

Designated FvH match v Carlisle on Saturday 28 February

St Mawgan FC

Carry the Football v Homophobia logo on kit to raise awareness of the campaign

Surrey County FA

Hosting a Youth Festival raising awareness of FvH on 19th Feb. Plus workshop for coaches/parents and clubs

Sussex County FA

Organised Sussex County FA v Brighton Lesbian and Gay Sports Society at the Brighton and Hove Albion training ground on Sunday 15th Feb

Swansea City AFC

Designated FvH match v Sunderland on 7 February

Tonbridge Angels

Permanent advertising hoarding promoting FvH on pitch perimeter of ground

Tottenham Hotspur FC

Spurs official LGBT fan group game v Gay Gooners to celebrate one-year anniversary of the Proud Lillywhites

Tranmere Rovers FC

Designated FvH match Saturday 21 February v Shrewsbury

United Glasgow FC

Wigan Athletic

Designated FvH match Friday 20th Feb v Charlton Athletic

Westfield FC

An inclusive ‘Football for ALL’ weekly session for 12-16 year olds

West Bromich Albion FC

Designated FvH match during February

West Ham United FC

Announced the affiliation of the Club’s first LGBT supporters’ club – ‘Pride of Irons’

Woking Town

FvH awareness festival for young people

Wolverhampton Wanderers FC

FvH designated match v Fulham on 24 February

York City FC

Designated FvH match v Tranmere on Saturday 14 February. Working with York Pride.