The Court of Arbitration for Sport has cancelled several fines imposed by FIFA on the Mexican Football Federation. The fines were issued for homophobic chants from fans at World Cup Qualifying matches in 2015 and 2016.
Robbie Rogers announced his retirement from professional soccer last week, and reactions came from all corners of the soccer world.
We hope that issues of inclusion and diversity are at the forefront of the conversation in the months leading up to the US Soccer Federation elections early next year. We’ve reached out to the candidates with one question about their presidency. Kyle Martino was the first to respond.
Playing for Pride founder Austin da Luz has been named the 2017 NASL Humanitarian of the Year.
Robbie Rogers, the first out gay man to play for a major professional sports team, has announced his retirement.
David Testo Spoke with the YouTube channel “Just in Canada” as part of their “Canada’s Social Change-Makers” series.
With another international break just around the corner, FIFA has released their list of fines for World Cup Qualifiers in late August and early September.
Some new projects from LA Galaxy defender Robbie Rogers may give us a glimpse of what will come after soccer for MLS’ first out player.
As Mexico gears up for the penultimate weekend of World Cup Qualifying, its Federation has a new plan to combat homophobic language in chants from fans. If fans chant “Mexico” on opposing goal kicks,...
US Soccer will donate over $65,000 to the You Can Play project after celebrating a big LGBT Pride Month in June. The donation comes from the sale of US Soccer pride hats and jerseys....