The story behind Watford's rainbow mosaic is told in one of four short films released by the Premier League to mark their campaign support.
Golfer Mel Reid has urged people to be "proud of who you are" after coming out as gay in an online interview.
Transgender boxer Patricio Manuel made history on Saturday with a unanimous decision victory over Mexican super-featherweight Hugo Aguilar in Indio, California.
A new survey of football fans who are LGBT+ has found over 63 per cent experienced incidents of anti-LGBT language or behaviour last season.
New AFC Wimbledon manager Wally Downes has apologised for comments he made on social media and insists he has no problems with same-sex marriage.
Celtic and Rangers will show their support for Rainbow Laces at their Scottish Premiership matches on Wednesday night.
Watford and Manchester City players walked out in front of a colourful mosaic organised by fans at Vicarage Road on Tuesday.
Football's anti-discrimination charity Kick It Out has expressed its "serious concerns" over tweets posted by new AFC Wimbledon manager Wally Downes.
West Ham's Gilly Flaherty believes women's football "deserves credit" on inclusion and says Rainbow Laces is "a wonderful campaign".
The "obsession" by some for a Premier League player to come out distracts from the focus of Rainbow Laces, says Adam Crafton.
Premier League clubs showed their support for the Rainbow Laces campaign on Saturday.
Players from the UK's first gay football club Stonewall FC have described "a dream come true" after an historic win at Wembley.
It's the match of a lifetime for Stonewall FC - and their players are still coming to terms with the prospect of playing at Wembley.
Nearly 100,000 people have signed a petition to stop a gay rugby player from being deported to Kenya.
Natalie Washington says the beautiful game has provided her with an escape from the day-to-day reality of being a trans woman.
Stonewall research refers to a group of "hesitant allies" who want to make sport more inclusive but lack the confidence.
Geoff Shreeves, Liam Rosenior, Ryan Atkin and Hugo Scheckter took part in a special episode of The Debate for the Rainbow Laces campaign.
On a special episode of The Debate, the panel explained why Rainbow Laces is not all about seeing a footballer one day come out as gay.
Crystal Palace Ladies' Nikita Whinnett and Megen Lynch spoke to Sportswomen about their family plans for a Rainbow Laces special.
Michael Gunning hopes to be a role model for young people in the UK and Jamaica both through swimming and being openly LGBT.
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