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The Boston Strikers Soccer Club, Inc. is a non-profit, social organization, which provides an opportunity for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and straight people to learn and to improve their soccer skills in a relaxed, congenial environment. Club membership is open to all people regardless of their sexual orientation, gender, race, or religion.
The Chicago Metropolitan Sports Association (CMSA) is the largest not-for-profit gay and lesbian sports organization in the Midwest. We offer all levels of play in a variety of athletic leagues throughout the year.
The league is open to all persons who wish to play, regardless of sexual orientation, gender, or gender identity.
The GFC Friends Prague is the biggest gay football club in Czech Republic formed in 2008 by amateur footballers of gaysport.cz who had already been playing football together for many years. Although the club is still young, it already has big success mainly in 5-a-side football where Friends competed in local and foreign tournaments (with huge success from Hamburg, Berlin, Prague or Munich). Since 2012 it has also been participating in the prestigious league called „Hanspaulska Liga“, with almost 1.000 competing teams, it is the biggest and the oldest 5-a-side football league in the Czech Republic. In the past, GFC Friends has also taken part in big events such as the IGFLA Championship in 2008, the World Outgames in 2009, and the Gay Games in 2010. As the name itself suggests, Friends is not only a football club and its fans, but also a group of people who like to hang out together, relax and enjoy life and welcome anyone who likes the same, regardless of sexuality, to join the team.
LOBOS Mexico is a nonprofit organization whose main task is to practice and promote sporting, recreational and cultural activities on both national and international level. LOBOS also strives to inform its members and the general population of different ways to stay healthy and thereby achieve a better quality of life.
Formed in 2005, we are an LGBT-friendly football club based in London. We always welcome new members regardless of their age, sexuality or ability.
We play in matches and tournaments all over the country and all over the world, including Iceland, America, Germany and Argentina.
Away from the pitch, the social side of the club is as equally important with long-lasting friendships being forged through the club. We regularly hold social events and nights-out in London and across the UK when competing in competitions.
If competitive football isn’t you thing, then we regularly hold friendly training sessions with our three FA-qualified coaches.
With over 50 members and growing, we’re one of the biggest and friendliest LGB teams in the country.
We also have strong links with LGBT organisations across London and the UK helping eradicate homophobia from football.
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Since 1989, the Philadelphia Falcons Soccer Club has developed a proud LGBT soccer tradition in the Philadelphia region. The club brings together adult players of all skill levels for informal weekly pick-up games, organized league and tournament play, and social events with the goal of providing an environment where friendships, fitness, fair play, and fun flourish.
The San Diego Sparks Soccer Club is a non-profit predominantly gay social organization that provides an opportunity to play soccer in a positive and friendly environment. Leslie Randolph founded the club in 1986 in order to promote active participation and tolerance in the sport of soccer. We do not discriminate on the basis of age, race, gender, color, religion, national origin, handicapping condition, or sexual orientation.
The San Francisco Spikes Soccer Club provides lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and allies with opportunities to compete in local leagues, represent San Francisco in tournaments worldwide, and play recreational soccer. We create a healthy, affordable and supportive environment for our members to play soccer at all levels, participate in LGBT social causes and events, build community, and have fun.
Stockholm Snipers football team is a part of Swedens biggest LGBT-club and was founded 2006. The team plays since 2007 in a regular league in Stockholm and has since some years back a 11-a-side second team that plays in a Sunday league. Snipers has since the start participated in LGBT-tournaments around the world. Gold in Pan Cup in Copenhagen 2008 and in the second division in Unity Cup in Miami 2017 are among the biggest merits. The club has around 40 players and welcomes everyone as long as they are LGBT-friendly.
Since 1997, we are a non-profit women’s / lesbian sports club in Dusseldorf. Here you can play basketball, badminton, football, table tennis, volleyball and explore the forest and meadow trails on our hiking tours. In addition, we are co-organizers of the Düssel-Cup (always the weekend before Easter) and the Eurogames in August 2020. Currently we are about 100 women.
The West Hollywood Soccer Club, Inc. is a non-profit organization established with an objective to promote the growth and understanding of soccer, and to foster a sense of kinship for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender players, and their supporters.