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Rainbow Laces - make sport everyone's game

Scotland Rainbow Laces

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Rainbow Laces

Make sport everyone's game.

Come out in support. Wear Rainbow Laces.

National teams, leading clubs, top athletes, fans and grassroots players from across sport will show their support for LGBT people in sport during:

Rainbow Laces Week: ​24 November – 3 December

Get Rainbow Laces for yourself, friends, friends, family and colleagues and come out together to show your support on:

Wear Your Rainbow Laces Day: Wednesday 29 November

Tweet a picture of you wearing your laces and tag @StonewallScot and #RainbowLaces to show your support.

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TeamPride

The Rainbow Laces campaign is supported by TeamPride; a consortium of companies who provide funding, expertise and influence to help drive the campaign forward and make sport everyone’s game.

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Help us today

Are you a school, grassroots or not-for-profit organisation that wants to campaign with Rainbow Laces?

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MAKE SPORT EVERYONE'S GAME

Come Out For LGBT People in Sport.

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Thank you! Together, we’ll show the world that hate and inequality don’t stand a chance. Use the buttons below to share your support for #ComeOutForLGBT and #RainbowLaces encourage others to do the same.

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Statistics

Research from insight agency ICM Unlimited finds that:

60%

of Scottish sport fans have heard homophobic abuse

68%

of Scottish sport fans say more should be done to make LGBT people feel accepted in sport

15%

of Scottish sports fans would be embarrassed if their favourite player came out as gay

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Homophobia, biphobia and transphobia remain a problem at all levels of sport. Show your support for LGBT fans and players on and off the pitch, challenge anti-LGBT language and work with us today to make sport everyone's game.