We previously created a Toolbox to help fans who want to set up their own group to get started. It has helped a number of our Member Groups to work with their clubs. In doing so, they have helped to improve the spectacle and the atmosphere of the National game for everyone. It is the direct result of steps taken by individuals, the early pioneering LGBT+ Fans Groups and the Pride in Football network. It also features input by the broader Pan–European Queer Football Fan movement. This came following discussion at the FvH conference held in Manchester in 2015 which sought ideas to promote inclusion and target LGBT–phobia in football.
Check it out below or click the link to download the Toolbox.
In Autumn 2019 the newly elected Committee set about rewriting the Pride in Football Constitution. This was no small task, especially with the impact of a global pandemic to factor in, but it was formally adopted in early 2021 with a subsequent revision in autumn 2022. The current Committee had focussed on supporting the No Pride Without All campaign in the run up to the recent World Cup, but updates to our pool of resources and a revamped toolbox are planned for later this year.