Elliott Bennett is proud to be Shrewsbury Town's visible ally on the LGBTQ+ inclusion campaign, which is marking its 10th anniversary.
Ten years ago, a provocative new initiative suddenly got the Premier League talking about gay footballers. The brains behind it explain all...
A fear factor haunted Kelly Holmes long after her Olympic success. As Rainbow Laces returns, she talks to Sky Sports News about putting the past behind her...
Bournemouth's Ryan Christie hopes players feel empowered to speak up on campaigns like Rainbow Laces, which Crystal Palace's Joel Ward is proud to support.
Stuart Matthews, Brighton's LGBTQ+ fan group founder, and Tracy Brown of Chelsea Pride say they welcome the fines placed on clubs for homophobic chanting, but insist more education is needed.
Pride of Irons, West Ham's LGBTQ+ fan group, joined with the club and former players including Matt Jarvis at a special Rainbow Laces event.
British and Olympic boxing champion Lauren Price is the focus of a new Sky Sports documentary called 'The Lucky One'.
Two men have been questioned by police for alleged homophobic abuse during Brighton's win at Nottingham Forest last weekend.
As part of Sky Sports News' Future of Football project, we look at the likelihood of the Premier League seeing its first out gay player in the next 10 to 20 years.
GB basketball stars Robyn Love and Laurie Williams speak to Sky Sports at the start of Pride Month about their relationship, new ambitions and life as disabled mothers.
Jake Daniels says he is proud of football's response a year since he became the UK's first active male professional footballer since 1990 to come out publicly as gay.
British shot putter Sophie McKinna has come out as gay, saying now's the right time to speak publicly about her sexuality as she prepares for the 2024 Paris Olympics.
Chelsea's Pernille Harder and Magda Eriksson welcome racing driver Charlie Martin and footballer Natalie Washington to The HangOUT.
Ten years after coming out, Jason Collins tells Sky Sports about how the culture around challenging homophobic language has "shifted" in the NBA.
Co-founder of Hackney Women's FC Joanie Evans is proud so see how far the club has come as HWFC launch new kit to mark LGBT+ history month.
Inside The WSL visited TRUK United FC - the first all Trans Female football team in the world and spoke to the club's founder Lucy Clark. (Warning: Video contains content some users may find triggering)
During LGBT+ History Month, Rangers' Tessel Middag, Celtic's Olivia Chance and Meikayla Moore of Glasgow City discuss inclusivity in women's football, allyship, differences between the SWPL and WSL, their role models and more.
In LGBT+ History Month in the UK, players, fans, campaigners and the co-author of Robbie Rogers' autobiography explain how his coming out liberated others.