Leicester City To Support Stonewall’s Rainbow Laces Campaign
- LCFC to support Rainbow Laces in games against Watford and Aston Villa
- Stonewall are an official Club partner and are the UK’s leading charity for LGBT equality
- For more information about Stonewall’s Rainbow Laces, please click HERE
The Club will join the Premier League in backing Stonewall’s campaign, with the aim of demonstrating that football is for everyone and to encourage the gay, lesbian, bi and trans community to get involved at all levels of sport.
Rainbow branding will be visible throughout King Power Stadium, with rainbow armbands for team captains, as well as programme advertising and social media presence, with the Club’s platforms changing the LCFC crest to a rainbow theme to add more support to the initiative.
Furthermore, participants of Leicester City in the Community’s programmes will be wearing Rainbow Laces at the Watford fixture, while workshops around equality have been delivered by coaches in schools and across various projects.
From the period of 22 November to 8 December, the Rainbow Laces campaign seeks to inspire sports fans and participants, educate everyone about what it’s like to be LGBT in sport and encourage people to take action, by raising funds for LGBT equality or calling for change against the discrimination LGBT people face in sport.
Leicester City are committed to making football a game for everyone and do not tolerate homophobic or discriminatory language.
If you hear any such language at King Power Stadium during a game, contact a steward or report it by text to 60066 (start your message with the word FOXES).
On non-matchdays, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0344 815 5000 (Option 4).
For more information about Stonewall’s Rainbow Laces, please click HERE.
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