It doesn't matter who you are, sport should be everyone's game.
Sadly, homophobia, biphobia and transphobia remain a problem at all levels of sport. Our new research finds that:
• 72% of football fans have heard anti-LGBT remarks at games over the last five years
• One in five 18 to 24-year-olds say they'd be embarrassed if their favourite player came out
• Young people are twice as likely to say anti-LGBT language is harmless if it's just meant as 'banter'
From a young age, many lesbian, gay, bi and trans people get the message that they are not welcome in sport.
But most sport fans and players do welcome and accept lesbian, gay, bi and trans teammates and fans. We can't let a small but vocal minority spoil the game for everyone else.
Making Equals Slough
Slough Making Equals will take place on the 30th August at Slough and Eton School. The event which is supported by our Trustee Christine Ohuruogu will bring 100 young people together to help build bridges between local communities, develop skills and build a new generation of young leaders.
FA 'Bringing Opportunities to Communities' Consultation Forums 2018
Come along and have your say through the FA consultation forums which are taking place in October/November 2018
This month sees the start of Ramadan - fasting month for Muslims
The holy month of Ramadan started on the 17th May, a period of fasting and religious focus for millions of Muslims across the globe.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Volunteer Opportunities
Register your interest for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Volunteer Opportunities now Open!
Breaking Boundaries Apprentice Opportunity
Sporting Equals are working with Youth Sport Trust to deliver the 'Breaking Boundaries' project which uses the catalyst of cricket to bring different ethnic and faith communities together. This apprentice role will work with YST and Sporting Equals to help support this project across 5 cities.
Latest Active Lives Release
Headlines from the latest Actives Lives Data across ethnic and religious groups