Lesbian soccer player Gilly Flaherty, who plays for West Ham United and the national team of England, opens up about her homosexuality, her family, her career, and the Rainbow Laces campaign.
In France, from January 29 to February 1, professional soccer players of League 1 and League 2 will wear rainbow shoelaces during games and workouts to show their support to diversity and to fight against discrimination in sport.
While the Women's World Cup is currently taking place in Canada, the player of the team of Switzerland Ramona Bachmann, has for the first time talked about her girlfriend Camille who accompanied her to Canada.
Casey Stoney, lesbian and captain of the English football soccer team, said she would go neither to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia nor to the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Quatar because of anti-gay laws of the two countries.
In Nigeria, the football (soccer) female team is very happy and in particular the coach Eucharia Uche because there is no more lesbians in the team.