Coming up this Friday, April 26th at 1830 BST. Out for Sport, the premier LGBTQI Sports Organization in London is hosting a big sports fair for people to come and meet the 40+ LGBTQI Sports Clubs in London at London South Bank University.
There will be over 40 teams and clubs present, with sports ranging from Dancing, Badminton, Cricket, Boxing, Ju-Jitsu, Hockey, Rowing, Volleyball, Football, Softball, Swimming, Squash, Netball, Dragon Boat Racing, and so many more!
The UK is enjoying a resurgence in LGBTQI sports clubs and competitions, with LGBTQI clubs offered in every major cities and events like the LGBT Powerlifting Championships taking place in Blackpool this summer. There is no better time than the present for LGBTQI Londoners to get involved in sports. Registration for the Sports Fair is free and open to all. According to the event page description,
Come and meet some of the 40+ LGBT+ sports clubs in London, hear more about what they do and where they train, and how you can get involved.
There are opportunities for people of all abilities, for total beginners, and for both casual and competitive sports. There will be a bar open for the whole of the event, and feel free to bring your friends!
We will be joined by more than 25 of London’s friendliest LGBT+ Sport Clubs sharing information on their membership and events, plus representation from Pride in London, and the Federation of Gay Games (Hong Kong 2022).
London South Bank University is proud to be working with Out for Sport to host the LGBT+ Sports Fair and Party this year. We are also committed to providing support to our LGBT+ staff, students and alumni, and as well as taking part in the Annual London Pride parade, we are a top 120 member of the Stonewall Workplace Equality Index.
We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to take part in sports and other activities that interest them. The university has a thriving Academy of Sport where we bring together educational opportunities and quality sports services through our sports facilities, taught courses, research, sports science and development.
By Dirk Smith