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AFC Totton

Supporting Football v Homophobia throughout February with ‘Stags Voice against Homophobia’

AFC Wimbledon Ladies

Working with Surrey FA to support the FvH Campaign in February

Altrincham FC

FvH Designated game v Sutton Coldfield on 17th February, Fans Group v Village Manchester FC match and FvH training of staff

Arnold Eagles Girls & Ladies FC

Supporting Football v Homophobia by having three designated matches throughout the month of February

Arnold Town Ladies FC

Supporting Football v Homophobia by having three designated matches throughout the month of February

Asociatia MozaiQ LGBT

Asociatia MozaiQ LGBT will organise the first LGBT+ friendly tournament in Bucharest.

Berlin Football Association

The Berliner Fußball-Verband e. V. (BFV – Berlin football association) and the Lesben- und Schwulenverband Berlin-Brandenburg (LSVD – lesbian and gay association of Berlin and Brandenburg) are supporting FvH by encouraging clubs to dedicate a game to the campaign and by providing free resources to clubs

Birmingham City FC

FvH Designated game 24th February

Brighton LGBT Sports Society

Playing two friendly FvH dedicated games v Sussex County FA in February

CAP Ciudad de Murcia

A series of activities will be held in Murcia to mark the Football v Homophobia month of action in 2018 organised by CAP Ciudad de Murcia in collaboration with the LGBT+ association “No Te Prives”.y

Cardiff Dragons FC

Cardiff Dragons are dedicating 5 games to the FvH campaign throughout February

Cardiff Met Staff FC

The Cardiff Met Staff Football team will play the Cardiff Dragons, Wales’ only LGBT Football Club, in their second annual Football vs Homophobia event

Charlton Athletic FC

FvH dedicated game v Oxford United on 3rd February 2018, alongside Proud Valiants.

Charlton Invicta FC

FvH match v London Romans on Sunday 11th February 2018. FvH friendly against Kent FA in March plus supporting the campaign with their end of season annual birthday tournament

Chelsea Ladies FC

Working with Surrey FA to support the FvH Campaign in February

Chesterfield Community Trust

Working with Derbyshire FA to support the FvH Campaign in February

Chesterfield Ladies FC

Working with Derbyshire FA to support the FvH Campaign in February

Crystal Palace FC

Working with Surrey FA to support the FvH Campaign in February

Derby County Community Trust

Working with Derbyshire FA to support Football v Homophobia throughout February

Derby Rovers FC

Supporting the campaign with a designated game v Nottingham Lions on 10th February

Derbyshire FA

Working with clubs and organisations in Derbyshire to support the FvH Campaign in February

Dorking Wanderers

Working with Surrey FA to support the FvH Campaign in February

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Exeter City FC

Designated FvH match v Mansfield on February 17th

FreundInnen der Friedhofstribüne

100 people will be attend the premiere of the short documentary “Der Tag Wird Kommen”, which follows the life of Oliver Egger, a gay footballer playing for FC Gratkorn and his struggles as a gay footballer

Helsinki Sports International Ry

On Friday 9 February, Helsinki Sports International Ry will host a panel discussion on sport and LGBT+ rights

Huddersfield Town AFC

Huddersfield Town held their annual ‘Town for All’ game in January v West Ham, and work year round with the Proud Terriers LGBT group promoting inclusion and diversity

CRNOGORSKI CENTAR ZA RAZVOJ KULTURE I SPORTA-KULSPORT

A Q+A and panel discussion will be held on 7 February for school children in Podgorica

Intelektualet e rinj, Shprese

Running a two-day workshop on LGBT+ rights for the Football v Homophobia month of action.

Kingstonian

Working with Surrey FA to support the FvH Campaign in February

KS CHRZĄSZCZYKI

On 10 February KS CHRZĄSZCZYKI will host a screening of the documentary “The Chosen Few” followed by a discussion on LGBTQ+ representation and visibility in Polish football

Liga Tolerantnosti

Liga Tolerantnosti will translate the Football v Homophobia Toolkit into Ukrainian and launch the resource during a panel discussion on 10 February.

Liverpool FC Foundation

FvH primary school workshops delivered from the LFC Foundation Learning Space

Lesben-und Schulenverband Berlin-Brandenburg e.V.

The Berliner Fußball-Verband e. V. (BFV – Berlin football association) and the Lesben- und Schwulenverband Berlin-Brandenburg (LSVD – lesbian and gay association of Berlin and Brandenburg) are supporting FvH by encouraging clubs to dedicate a game to the campaign and by providing free resources to clubs

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Met Police FC

Working with Surrey FA to support the FvH Campaign in February

Nottingham Forest Ladies FC

Supporting the FvH campaign throughout the month of action, plus an advert in match day programme

Omladinski resursni centar Tuzla

Running a workshop for 15+ aged youngsters on LGBT+ rights on 16th Feb.

Športno društvo Out in Slovenija

Out in Slovenija will use the momentum created around the UEFA Euro Futsal Championship, which will take place in Ljubljana between 30 January and 10 February, to create a national debate around homophobia in football

Paris Arc-En-Ciel

French gay club Football Club Paris Arc-En-Ciel is organising a 5-a-side tournament with workshops on 17th Feb to discuss anti-gay language commonly used in football and barriers to inclusion for minorities

Portsmouth FC

Portsmouth FC ladies have supported FvH through their recent reserve game. Portsmouth FC have arranged a tour of the Stadium for their LGBT supporters’ group Fratton Fever, plus a Q&A

Queens Park Rangers FC and LFC

QPR FC are Supporting FvH through their home game v Bolton on 17th February
QPR Ladies FC are also supporting FvH at their game on Sunday 18th February v Crystal Palace in the Capital Women’s Cup

Общественное движение ЛГБТ “Реверс”

On 17 February Общественное движение ЛГБТ “Реверс” will hold a friendly match aimed at promoting equality and fighting homophobia, which will be followed by a seminar on LGBT+ rights

Queer Square

fvh.mk are holding a National Round Table “Tackling Homophobia in Macedonian Football’ on 26th February

Queerstion media

On the 24 February Queerstion media will facilitate a mind and body workshop on the impact of hate speech and discrimination on the wellbeing, safety and security of Trans people.

Saplinq – budujeme spolu dúhové komunity

On 20 February there will be a screening of FC ROMA followed by a discussion on racism and homophobia and intolerance in sport. Then on 23-24 February LGBTIQ organisations from across the country will come together for a football tournament

Stevenage FC

Designated FvH game v Yeovil on Saturday 17th February

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Surrey County FA

Raising money for FvH through their Youth Forum and through an ‘Office Olympics’ event, as well as asking clubs to dedicate matches and raise awareness of Homophobia in the grassroots and pro game

Sussex County FA

Organised two friendly FvH dedicated games v Brighton LGBT Sports Society in February

Sutton United FC

Dedicated FvH game v Wrexham on 17th February

Thamesview Ladies FC

Supporting FvH at their County Plate Semi-final on Sunday 18th February

Tooting and Mitcham United FC

Working with Surrey FA to support the FvH Campaign in February

University of Derby

Working with Derbyshire FA to support the FvH Campaign in February

‘United with Pride’ Newcastle United supporters group

A brand new Newcastle United supporters group formed by members of the LGBT community will be officially launched on 10th February weekend to coincide with Football v Homophobia’s month of action.

Wigan Athletic

Designated game 24th February & FvH workshop for academy players

ZORROS MÉXICO

Designated game to support FvH on February 18th and promoting the campaign via social media