Aberystwyth Town FC
Aberystwyth Town Ladies’ home Welsh Premier Womens League game to PILCS on Sunday 14 February has been designated a game in support of the Football v Homophobia campaign
Designated FvH match v Oxford on Saturday 27th April 2016
Airbus UK Broughton
Designated FvH match vs The New Saints in the Dafabet Welsh Premier League on Saturday 16th April 2016
Barry Town United AFC
Supporting FvH with a designated JD Welsh Cup game on 6th February 2016 v The New Saints FC
Bexley Invicta FC
Supporting the Football v Homophobia campaign with their annual birthday tournament in February 2016.
Blackburn Rovers FC
Designated FvH match v Milton Keynes Dons in the Sky Bet Championship fixture on Saturday, 27th February 2016.
Bolton Wanderers FC
Hosted a Football v Homophobia key stage 2 football tournament & workshop as part of Bolton Pride & the FARE Action Weeks.
Designed FvH match v Wolves on 23 February
Brighton BLAGSS take on Sussex FA on Monday 1st February 8:00pm at the County Ground in Lancing, to promote FvH http://www.blagss.org/football/
Brighton and Hove Albion FC
Designated Football v Homophobia match on 13th February v Bolton Wanderers & FvH scholars workshop
Carmarthen Town AFC
Designated FvH match on Saturday 5th March v Bangor City FC in the Dafabet Welsh Premier League
Crystal Palace FC
Designated match on 23rd April v Everton with players, ballboys, cheerleaders and mascots wearing t-shirts
Cyncoed Ladies FC
Designated match on 28th February v Rhyl & Prestatyn Ladies FC in the Welsh Premier Women’s League
Derbyshire County FA
A campaign supported in partnership with Chesterfield College, University of Derby and grassroots clubs to raise awareness of the FvH campaign
Dorset County FA
Joint FvH campaign with Bournemouth University, working with Dorset FA Youth Council to support FvH and awareness raising with grassroots clubs.
Dulwich Hamlet FC
Supporting the campaign with a series of articles throughout February and displaying banners/flags at games
Fans for Diversity
On Sunday 28 February, Fans for Diversity are hosting a tournament in celebration of Football v Homophobia’s month of action at the Arsenal Hub.
Hafod Ladies FC
Designated FvH match on Sunday 14th February vs Pontypridd Town Ladies FC in the South Wales Women’s & Girls’ League Division 1.
Campaign with Hertfordshire Constabulary to encourage reporting of homophobia, bi-phobia and transphobia in football. Working with clubs in the area to this end with poster campaign and photoshoots with t-shirts
Hullbridge Sports FC
Supporting the FvH campaign on 13 February at Clapton FC’s home match in the Essex Senior League
Supporting the FvH campaign by wearing FvH t-shirts and providing a guard of honour to Sutton United FC in their designated match
London Titans FC
Partnering with QPRs Community Trust to promote equality and help eradicate homophobia and transphobia from the game.
Merthyr Town FC
Designated FvH match on Saturday 20th February vs Dorchester Town FC in the Evo Stick Southern Premier Division
Norwich City FC
Supporting FvH at the home game v West Ham United on Saturday 13th February through fans group and publicity
Queens Park Rangers FC
Designated Football v Homophobia match on 13th February v Fulham FC & hosting the London Titans FC
Stoke City FC
Article in match day programme and adverts on big screens at games in February
Sussex County FA
Brighton BLAGSS take on Sussex FA on Monday 1st February 8:00pm at the County Ground in Lancing, to promote FvH
Waltham Forest FC
Wore FvH t-shirts and handed out leaflets before their match in the Essex Senior League
Displaying FvH flyers/literature in the public areas. Their supporter group, the Hawks Ultras, are flying rainbow and trans pride flags and banners at every home game.
Wigan Athletic FC
At the home game vs Bury on February 27th, the players will be showing their support for the campaign by warming up in Football v Homophobia t-shirts, while the match day programme and website will highlight the activities the Club are doing during February including: Football v Homophobia workshops for the Club’s scholars and a special tournament for young people from across Wigan.
Designated FvH match v Guiseley FC on 13th February with Guard of Honour by Knaphill AFC under 12s
York City FC
Designated FvH match v Notts County FC on 13th February, plus donation of tickets to York Pride