It’s time to make sport everyone’s game.
The Rainbow Laces movement is growing and growing.
On cricket pitches and basketball courts, in fan forums, in gaming, and stadiums, people are stepping up to make sport everyone’s game.
Since last November’s huge show of support in football and rugby many more sports are making plans to celebrate lesbian, gay, bi and trans inclusion in a big way.
On 10 - 13 August 2017 professional cricket clubs in England and Wales support the campaign at the legendary T20 Blast and Super League competitions. Cricket fans will come across the country, for the first time, to celebrate LGBT fans and players within the game.
Change is coming because fans of all sports are pledging their support and making sure their friends and family know why. The more people like you celebrate your support for LGBT inclusion, the clearer it is that offensive language and ‘banter’ is no longer acceptable.
Pledge your support for the Rainbow Laces campaign today and share it with your friends and family.
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I commit to make sport everyone’s game. I will show my support for LGBT fans and players on and off the pitch. If I hear anti-LGBT language, I will challenge it. I will work to make every part of sport welcoming of LGBT people.Sign the pledge