Written by Reuters
17 Feb, 2019 | 5:31 pm
REUTERS: English football team Altrincham FC wore rainbow-coloured kits in support of LGBT rights on Saturday (February 16).
The colours matched the LGBT pride flag and were part of Altrincham’s participation in Football v Homophobia Action Month and LGBT History Month.
During their game against Bradford (Park Avenue) they wore shirts bearing the message, ‘Football v Homophobia’, aiming to raise awareness of discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
Altrincham, a town near Manchester in the north of England, is a non-league side who play in the National League North. Altrincham’s match with Bradford (Park Avenue) ended 1-1.
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