MLS Supporters Groups Show Pride This Weekend

More Major League Soccer supporters groups had pride and anti-homophobia displays in the stands this past weekend. It’s all part of marking the International Day Against Homophobia that took place on May 17.

The New England Revolution shut out Toronto FC 2-0 Saturday and the Midnight Riders put on a huge display boasting marriage equality in all of the states in that corner of the country. The Comcast Sports Network gave them recognition on their broadcast of the match:

One fan shared her view from inside the supporters section:

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A fan also captured the Riders continuing to wave their flags post-game:


FC Dallas also shut out their opponent San Jose Saturday night, and had Texas gay pride flags in the stands.

Sunday, Sporting Kansas City tied the Houston Dynamo 1-1 in a dramatic game, and the Cauldron made a display as dramatic as the action on the field:



Thank you to all of the supporters groups who stood with the LGBT community during this observance, and all throughout the year!

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