Johanna Konta disagrees with Margaret Court's comments about the LGBT community but if scheduled will play in the stadium named after the 24-time Grand Slam winner.
The Margaret Court Arena should be renamed because of the 24-time Grand Slam winner's "derogatory" views on sexuality, says Billie Jean King.
Openly gay footballer Liam Davis has urged stars in the sport not to fear revealing their sexuality.
Two LGBT football teams will compete in a men's FA-affiliated football league game for the first time on December 16.
A new poll shows Russian fans are becoming more comfortable with LGBT acceptance in football, ahead of next summer's World Cup.
PFA chairman Ben Purkiss believes the changing culture in football could encourage gay players to come out.
As Rainbow Laces week comes to a close, we meet the London rowing club bringing LGBT people - and allies - back to sport.
The FA's Martin Glenn says he and Greg Clarke were "proud" to wear Rainbow Laces badges at the World Cup draw in Moscow.
Chris Paouros - co-founder of Tottenham's LGBT fan group Proud Lilywhites - and Nuala Walsh have joined the FA's Inclusion Advisory Board.
Widnes Vikings have pledged their support for Rainbow Laces and will wear the campaign's logo on their shirts in 2018.
Referee Ryan Atkin has told My Icon: Rainbow Laces that coming out in the summer and continuing in football has given him "fulfilment".
The co-directors of 'Forbidden Games: The Justin Fashanu Story' - now available on Sky Store - speak to Sky Sports News.
England's LGBT fans want to travel to the World Cup in Russia, despite warnings against holding hands in public.
To mark Rainbow Laces Week, we asked The Panel if they thought boxing was a good example of an LGBT-inclusive sport.
Casey Stoney believes coming out boosted her performance, as she shares her story in episode six of My Icon: Rainbow Laces.
The co-director of 'Forbidden Games: The Justin Fashanu Story' discusses the new documentary, now available on Sky Store.
As part of Rainbow Laces Week, you can now watch the new documentary 'Forbidden Games: The Justin Fashanu Story' on Sky Store.
Rangers players will wear rainbow laces against Aberdeen on Wednesday night in support of Rainbow Laces Day.
The British Olympic Association has pledged its support for Team GB's LGBT athletes with a special logo to mark Rainbow Laces Day.
Casey Stoney says she has never experienced homophobia in women's football, although Kick It Out's Paul Mortimer has warned against complacency.
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