As part of their announcement for their first-ever Pride Day this month, NYCFC also announced support for New York City’s Hetrick-Martin Institute.
The teams of US Soccer will be using their upcoming friendly matches to celebrate Pride Month and start a partnership with the You Can Play Project.
Ever since they took on their current moniker, supporting the LGBT community has always been part of being Minnesota United, and their first Pride Night in MLS will continue that trend.
This season NWSL’s Sky Blue FC is expanding the idea of an LGBT Pride Night into a month-long celebration.
The LA Galaxy has placed defender Robbie Rogers on the Season Ending Injury list, the team announced today.
FIFA has issued their latest round of fines for World Cup Qualifiers that took place during the March 2017 international break.
North Carolina FC veteran Austin Da Luz has kicked off the “Playing for Pride” campaign to raise money for the Human Rights Campaign throughout the 2017 soccer season.
One tries to not do a whole post about a single tweet, but something the DC United team store shared has us very excited.
It’s time to set a simple goal for the 2017 season: every American top-division team celebrating LGBT Pride.
North Carolina FC and the North Carolina Courage are hosting a “Rainbow Hour” networking event this Saturday with several LGBT organizations.