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.
Workplace Culture Study
Women in Sport we want to hear from women and men about your experiences of working in the sector. All responses are anonymous and they will use the insight gathered to make positive recommendations for the future of the sport, physical activity and leisure workplace.
HELP US RAISE FUNDS THROUGH THE LONDON MARATHON
We are pleased to announce that five dedicated individuals will be taking part in the London Marathon to help raise funds for Sporting Equals.
British Ethnic Minority Sports Diversity Awards 2018
Nominations are now CLOSED for the 2018 British Ethnic Minority Sports Awards
Sporting Equals is looking for two new Trustees with a passion for race and faith equality in sport.
New support for clubs to involve BAME communities in golf
Sporting Equals works in partnership with England Golf to create a Toolkit Resource
Sporting Equals and Interfaith Network Symposium
Special Symposium highlighting 'The power of sport to build good interfaith relations took place at the home of Leicester Tigers on Tuesday 14 November 2017