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Under the banner of ‘Make Sport Everyone’s Game’, national teams, leading clubs, top athletes, fans and grassroots players from across sport have come together to send an inclusive message to the LGBT community.
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City have once again been involved in the campaign alongside our Official Supporters Club for LGBT fans – the Canal Street Blues – to celebrate diversity in football.
In addition to social media support from the Club’s channels, men’s manager Pep Guardiola wore a Rainbow Laces pin badge, while Club captains Steph Houghton and Vincent Kompany were presented with a rainbow captain's armband, at the weekend’s matches against Bournemouth and Arsenal.
Kompany and Houghton also wore the rainbow captain's armband in our midweek fixtures against Watford and Sheffield United respectively.
The armbands will be signed, framed and subsequently auctioned, with all proceeds going the George House trust, which provides services to people living with and affected by HIV.
Our City in the Community and Academy coaches also wore the rainbow laces last week to stimulate conversation with our participants and players.
The Club have again been involved in the campaign alongside our Official Supporters Club for LGBT fans, the Canal Street Blues to celebrate diversity in football. John Browne, Chair of the Canal Street Blues, was interviewed on City Square in the build up to the men’s Bournemouth fixture.
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