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Sports Futures

With the brilliant support of the National Lottery Community Fund, Stonewall Sport are running a free digital workshop on 23 March 2021.

Join Stonewall Sport for an online summit for the LGBT+ community in sport, focusing particularly on empowering those who are often underrepresented in sport: LGBT+ PoC; trans, including non-binary people; lesbian, bi, and trans (LBT+) people in women’s sport; and disabled LGBT+ people.

Session Aims

The day will be split into two, the morning sessions and the afternoon sessions:

The morning sessions will be centred around knowledge building and sharing. We will be exploring what makes a space inclusive and inclusive marketing, funding and grant applications. We will hear from LGBT+ people within sport succeeding in these areas.

The afternoon will be focused on how we can support and empower each other as well as ourselves through role modelling inclusive behaviours and collective power. We will hear from guest speakers on their experiences and top tips on making sport more accessible and how to encourage allies to create change.

Who can attend?

The programme is aimed at those who are often underrepresented in sport due to the categories and opportunities across sport structures.

Our sessions are aimed specifically at LGBT+ people of colour (PoC); trans, including non-binary people; lesbian, bi and trans (LBT+) people in women’s sport; and disabled LGBT+ people.

We actively encourage people of all ages to attend, however you must be 18+.

If you’d like to discuss whether this session is right for you, please get in touch with  

How do I apply

To apply, please complete this form.  

We can also arrange for someone from our team to call you and complete the application with you over the phone. Call us on 020 7593 1850 if you’d like to complete your application over the phone. Someone from our team will take a message and arrange to call you back.   



We want our events to be accessible to everyone. 

All delegates should expect to feel safe, welcome, and included at our events.  

This session will run via Zoom with up to 40 delegates. There will be smaller break-out rooms for delegates to complete optional discussion activities. Here is a link to the accessibility features Zoom offers.  

We will have Tech and Wellbeing support team members available throughout the session. We can provide a British Sign Language interpreter, closed captions, and audio description if you need these, as well as any additional adjustments. If you have any access needs or wish to ask further questions to help inform your needs, please email so we can ensure we can accommodate you.