Robbie Rogers made it back onto the field in a big way this past weekend. That and the results for all the other out LGBT soccer players in our weekly roundup.
Category: Los Angeles Galaxy
February 15, 2013 is a day I will always remember. Robbie Rogers came out publicly as a gay man and was on his way to making professional sports history.
Part of Robbie Rogers’ visit to the LA Gay & Lesbian Center with the MTV Act blog was a visit to their facilities for youth and to speak with teens.
Robbie Rogers recently visited the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center, and he spoke with MTV Act, the network’s blog that encourages viewers to take action.
To say that the past week has been a whirlwind would be a bit of an understatement. It was a stormy afternoon in Austin, Texas, last Friday. I thought I had caught a break...
Editor’s note: We won’t be recapping every game Robbie Rogers plays, but last night presented a unique opportunity: MLS’ first out player taking the field with another out player in attendance. Stephen Bickford recaps...
Many eyes were on Major League Soccer Sunday night as Robbie Rogers made his historic return to the game. Here’s a look at how some outlets covered the event.
Robbie Rogers made his return to Major League Soccer in a match that saw his LA Galaxy shut out the Seattle Sounders. The Galaxy certainly made it easy for head coach Bruce Arena to...
Robbie Rogers is officially a member of the LA Galaxy, a move that makes him the first openly gay man to take the field in American professional sports.
Multiple anonymous sources have said that the deal has been done for Robbie Rogers to return to Major League Soccer, playing for the LA Galaxy.