Clubs will join forces in round nine of the Betfred Super League to show their support for Stonewall's Rainbow Laces campaign.
Equality and LGBT+ inclusion groups are urging the FA to reconsider its guidance over the phrase 'rent boy' after it was not deemed discriminatory.
As uncertainty around Tokyo 2020 continues, swimmer Michael Gunning and best friend Harry Needs open up in Mental Health Awareness Week.
WSL referee Stacey Pearson has thanked the football community for supporting a petition on funded IVF for same-sex couples.
KS Chrzaszczyki - or 'Beetles FC' - are not afraid to be visible as an LGBT+-inclusive club in Poland, explains founder Suzi Andreis.
Stacey Pearson continues to climb the ladder as a referee - and she is now campaigning for equality off the pitch too.
Crystal Palace's Chloe Morgan discusses her new coaching programme designed to bring more goalkeepers through in the women's game.
A photo posted on social media by April Hunter from her holidays could have caused her to be sent to prison.
Punditry has presented some new challenges for Lianne Sanderson, but it has also reinforced her belief in the importance of visibility.
The first woman to coach in the Super Bowl speaks exclusively to Sky Sports in an interview to mark Lesbian Visibility Day.
Jordan Henderson and Jurgen Klopp are among 10 nominees shortlisted for a special one-off 'Football Ally' honour at the British LGBT Awards.
MLS is investigating the use of a homophobic slur on social media by LA Galaxy's USA international midfielder Sebastian Lletget.
On Trans Day of Visibility, two amateur players from LGBTQ+-inclusive clubs discuss their experiences of being trans men in football.
Super League referee James Child has expressed his delight with the reaction after he spoke publicly for the first time about being a gay man in the sport.
She's one of the faces of LGBT+ History Month, but Lily Parr is not a household name - Aston Villa and England's Anita Asante explains why she should be.
As the hit TV drama concludes, Stonewall FC's Aslie Pitter and Hackney Women's Joanie Evans share their memories of football in the 1980s and early 90s.
A year on from professional rugby union's first-ever Pride Game, members of the Harlequins family explain why it meant so much.