Premiership Rugby side Harlequins have been out in the community in support of LGBT equality ahead of the beginning of Rainbow Laces Week.
Liverpool have become the first Premier League club to sign up to Stonewall's Diversity Champion programme.
Sport will 'come out for LGBT equality' later this month in the biggest show of support the Rainbow Laces campaign has seen.
Premier League and Scottish Professional Football League have backed Stonewall's Rainbow Laces campaign.
Rainbow-coloured corner flags are to be displayed at all EFL grounds up in support of Stonewall's Rainbow Laces campaign.
British Triathlon has been accepted onto the Diversity Champions programme established by the LGBT charity Stonewall.
The Premier League and Stonewall have announced a three-year partnership to help further promote LGBT equality in football.
The alliance of LGBT football fan groups has thanked the FA for its help in encouraging members to attend England home games.
Robbie Rogers, who became the first openly gay male athlete in a major North American professional sport, is retiring from football.
Former Wales and Everton goalkeeper Neville Southall has become a patron of LGBT+ campaign group Just A Ball Game?
England Rugby, Premiership Rugby and the RPA will all support Stonewall's Rainbow Laces campaign in November.
The chief executive of the charity behind sport's Rainbow Laces campaign has voiced concerns over the "sensationalising" of gay footballers.
Former Stoke and West Brom defender Carl Hoefkens says he played alongside two gay players during his time in English football.
Ospreys have pledged their backing towards Stonewall's Rainbow Laces campaign which aims to support inclusion and equality for the LGBT community.
The co-director of 'Forbidden Games: The Justin Fashanu Story' discusses the new documentary and the striker's legacy.
FA chairman Greg Clarke says "not one" gay professional footballer has been willing to meet him to discuss issues around inclusion.
Sky Sports is sharing stories from four LGBT people from the world of sport to mark National Inclusion Week.
Keegan Hirst, Graeme Le Saux, Sophie Cook and the Premier League's Bill Bush discuss LGBT inclusion in sport at the Dive In Festival.
Former Leeds United winger Robbie Rogers has become a patron of the club's MarchingOutTogether initiative for LGBT+ fans.
Leicester City have issued stadium bans to three people for homophobic chanting during the game against Brighton last month.
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