Get Involved in FvH Month of Action
21st January 2020
Football v Homophobia Month of Action is just around the corner and there are plenty of ways to get involved!
LGBTIQ Fans Gathering
The Fans Gathering will engage all members and potential members of LGBTIQ football fan groups in Scotland, with the aim of encouraging learning, collaboration and development. Fans will have the opportunity to come together and share their group’s journey so far, as well as participate in the conversation about the future for LGBTIQ fan groups in Scotland.
As part of the Football v Homophobia Month of Action, Football V Homophobia Scotland is holding an LGBTIQ Fans Gathering from 10AM-3PM on Saturday 15th February at Hampden Park. This event has been supported by Fare Network and the Scottish FA.
The free event is open to any LGBTIQ or ally fans who are, or would like to be, part of an existing LGBTIQ fan group, or who are interested in setting up their own group.
Refreshments and lunch will be provided. We hope to follow this event with a social activity. Thanks to financial support from Fare Network, participant travel costs can be covered.
Register for the event here or help us spread the word by sharing this Facebook post and retweeting this tweet.
FvH Grassroots Initiative
FvH Scotland Grassroots is an initiative supported by Puma to get Scottish grassroots football clubs to take action to tackle LGBT+ discrimination in football throughout our February Month of Action
Clubs interested in getting involved with the campaign will need to meet the following criteria:
- Designate a matchday to Football v Homophobia Scotland in February 2020
- Share the event across the club’s social media platforms
- Communicate activity to your opposing team on match day
- Commit to taking one action this season to make your club more inclusive of LGBT+ people by signing our club pledge (examples of actions will be included in the campaign pack)
What you receive:
Clubs that sign up will be sent a size 5 rainbow football, a campaign pack with some top tips on how to make the most of your designated match day, a Football v Homophobia Scotland Strategy, education materials and club pledges. Your club badge will also be added to the Football v Homophobia Scotland and wider Football v Homophobia 2020 Champions page.
How to apply:
Click here, and scroll towards the bottom to apply.
You can help encourage local teams to apply by sending them the sign-up link or sharing this Facebook post and tweet.