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Amazing Gracies Womens FCFootballEdinburghAllThe Amazing Gracies Women's Football Club meet every Wednesday night in Edinburgh. The team plays on the 5-a-side astroturf pitch at Drummond Community High School on Bellevue Place, Edinburgh, kick-off is 7pm for an hour.

The club aim to promote participation in football to the LGBT and non-LGBT women's community encompassing all ages and abilities in Scotland, and to act as a social network for LGBT and non-LGBT football fans.

To get in touch email
Badminton SocialBadmintonEast Midlands - NottinghamAllBadminton Social | Nottingham is a gay-friendly group that meet every week to socialise and play badminton. It was founded in 2005, and began as a small group of friends. It has now grown into the largest gay badminton club in the East Midlands. The group consists of mostly gay men, but is open to anyone male, female, gay, straight, bi or otherwise, who would enjoy socialising over a game of badminton. Badminton Social attracts people of all levels of badminton ability, and is an opportunity to meet new people in a social context, make friends and get some exercise. We hire 4 courts at each session to ensure players of differing abilities are able to mix up and play a variety of doubles games. We have players coming from across the East Midlands, including Derby, Leicester, Loughborough, Mansfield and Grantham. We regularly attract up to 20 people each week. The club meets weekly on Monday evenings at the Samworth Academy, NG8 4HY.
Barnes Stormers5 / 6 aside football
LondonWhatever your age, sexuality or race, as long as you have some experience of playing and want to play friendly football you will be very welcome.We are a friendly-football group. We like to play good, competitive football but with a focus on fair-play and fun. We play for 2 hours, charging only £10, and so it is great for fitness and for relieving work-stress so come along, make some friends and have fun.

We play from 7pm to 9pm on a Wednesday evening at:

Rocks Lane Multi Sports Centres
SW13 0DG

We ask that you arrive a little earlier so that we're ready to start as close to 7pm as possible to maximise playing time.

We usually have around 15 to 18 players and so have 3 teams playing two 8-minute games on, then resting for one game off. We play on decent 3G pitches with high fences that stop the more wayward shots, although not all. 

We have a very diverse set of guys playing made up of plenty of London’s club’s players from London Falcons, London Titans and Soho FC in a friendly and welcoming environment. A nearby pub is frequented after the games to "re-hydrate", have a chat and a laugh.

Whatever your age, sexuality or race, as long as you have some experience of playing and want to play friendly football you will be very welcome.

Barnes is really easy to get to, and we have players from North, South, East and West London attending. The pitches are a 5 to 10 minute walk from the station.

Each player needs to have a reversible training bib to distinguish between the teams. These can be purchased for £6 from the group and so please ask about this when you come to play. 

Please wear astro-turf boots, not studs / blades / moulds.
Bexley Invicta FCFootballBexleyAllBexley Invicta FC is open to all, regardless of sexuality, ability or experience, who want to play football in a gay-friendly setting. The club is based in Bexleyheath, and football-playing commenced on 15 January 2011 with a kickabout in Danson Park. Bexley Invicta FC play in the London Unity League for the 2012/13 Season. We hold training on Sundays. - see Get Involved. We play league matches, friendlies, 5-aside and take part in tournaments - see Fixtures. Football is followed by a drink. Bexley Invicta FC is proudly affiliated to Kent Football Association, who we work with on gay-friendly
Birmingham Bulls RFCRugbyBirminghamMenWe are a grass routes club that plays in the IGRAB league we currently encourage all players regardless of age, ability and sexual orientation. It's primarily to encourage people into rugby that might not have had chance at an earlier age. This is especially important in the gay community who might not have felt comfortable taking part in team sports at an earlier age. We train twice a week and take part in national matches and tournaments and also plan local matches with other mainstream
BLAGGSBadminton, Cycling (off-road & road), Football, Golf, Horseriding, Petanque, Rock climbing, Running, Skiing, Softball, Squash, Table Tennis, Tennis, Tennis Virgins, Tenpin Bowling, WalkingBrighton & HoveAllBrighton Lesbian and Gay Sports Society (BLAGSS) was set up in 1997 to provide an inclusive and supportive sports and social group for the city's gay and lesbian community. Membership is open to all, but the vast majority of our members are either gay or lesbian, and join to play sports and socialise with like-minded people. With nearly 500 members, BLAGSS is the area's largest not-for-profit organisation of its kind. It organises year-round sports activities, operating as an umbrella group for various specific sport sub-groups that co-ordinate their own activities. Occasional social events are set up across the entire membership. This year, we chose an official charity to support and we fundraise during our
Bristol Bisons RFCRugby UnionBristolYesBristol's Gay Rugby Team - Bristol Bisons RFC

Bristol Bisons RFC are the South West's only gay friendly rugby union team. We are committed to providing a safe environment so that people regardless of age, sexual orientation, ability have an opportunity to participate in rugby football union.

Bisons are always looking for new players regardless of playing experience. If you are experienced rugby player or new to the game and you want to get fit or make friends we would like to hear from you. Supporters and volunteers are always welcome too!
Cardiff Dragons FCFootballCardiffAllCardiff Dragons FC is WalesÕ first and only LGBT football club. We were established in 2005 by a small group of gay men who set up a 5-a-side team to play in a GFSN tournament. From there the club has grown in strength and numbers. We welcome all members of the LGBT community, and straight community and offer football for people of any ability over the age of 18.
We compete in Division 3 of the GFSN League and also participate in a ÔfriendlyÕ South West League. We also run a ÔCommunityÕ side to our club which gives members the opportunity of more recreational 5-a-side football led by a qualified coach
Cycle OutCyclingLondonAllCycleOut organises cycle rides at various levels in London and the South East and holidays in the UK and
Devon Lions FCFootballDevonAllWe are made up of largely heterosexual players with about 5 or 6 of us being gay. We run social nights and days out. But we currently have lost our committee due to people leaving and the lack of interest from other members. The club trains every wednesday in Exeter. We participate in leagues and have friendlies with other Devonian teams. Most members are from the local area and a few come from far distances like myself in
GALA Badminton ClubBadmintonLondon, Harrow North LondonAllWe are a friendly, mixed ability group, we accept players of all levels, from all LGBT categories. We play doubles badminton, run social events such as theatre visits, a Christmas meal and go for a drink in a local pub after our Sunday sessions, we meet up socially in each others houses and have summer barbecues etc.
Gay Outdoor ClubOutdoorsUKAllThe Gay Outdoor Club is an activity club for gay men and women and their friends which organises over 600 outdoor and sporting events per year from day walks to weekends climbing. To many of our members, GOC is more than just a walking group Ð they have found enduring friendships and the opportunity to get out and do events that they otherwise wouldnÕt have had the chance to. We have local groups in every part of Great Britain who organise regular walks, cycle rides, weekends away and social events so no-one is far from a GOC event. For more specialist activities we have groups for climbing, mountaineering, canoeing, kayaking and caving which organise trips to the best places for those activities. Some of those events are for people with experience, but we also have events for novices. We regularly feature longer events such as an arctic adventure and a white water rafting expedition.
Glasgow FrontrunnersRunningGlasgowAllGlasgow FrontRunners is an award-winning inclusive community based road-running group with strong links to Glasgow's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community and friends.

Using The Arc Sports Complex at Caledonian University as our base, we have 2 regular weekly runs (Thursdays 7pm and Sundays 11am) that take you through the sights and scenes of Greater Glasgow. To help get the most out of your running, we offer runs that suit all abilities (generally split into 3 skill level groups on a Thursday). We have a full range of abilities, from absolute beginners, to advanced competitive runners who undertake half-marathons & marathons.

There are always jogscotland trained Jog Leaders on hand to lead the groups and to guide and advise you individually. Every week there will be a qualified Jog Leader assigned to look after your running group.
Graces Cricket ClubCricketLondonAllWe are the first and, to our knowledge, the only gay cricket club in the world. Founded in 1996, we exist to promote enjoyment of the game of cricket within the gay and lesbian community. We currently play around 25 games every season in and around London - from 2007, a mixture of friendlies. Our home ground is The London Marathon Playing Field at Greenford in West London.

We operate a truly inclusive selection policy. Our pool of players ranges from experienced club cricketers with league backgrounds, through to strictly social players and a few who are playing their first organised cricket with us.
New players are always more than welcome - especially so at present, as we are actively working towards being able to field two teams per weekend. We are also currently looking for a second club umpire and a club scorer.
Hackney WomenÕs FCFootballLondonWomenHackney Women's Football Club (HWFC) was founded in 1986 and was the first totally women run team and the first out lesbian team in London , possibly even the UK. HWFC was also the first team to instigate a fair play policy, ensuring that all women are encouraged to train and play competitive football regardless of their skills, age, ethnic origin and sexual orientation. All women are welcome. ¥ HWFC currently has two teams, a First team and a Reserve team. Both teams currently play in the Greater London Women's Football league, in Division One North and Division Two North respectively. Our home ground is Hackney Marshes in East London with training varying between St Thomas More School (Wood Green) in Winter and Clissold Park in Summer. Approx 50 club members this year, age range 20s Ð 50s.
HotScots Football ClubFootballEdinburghAllFounded in 2007, HotScots Football Club is the first team in Scotland aimed specifically at LGBT people. We are the only LGBT not-for-profit club in the Edinburgh region and we provide a safe space for players and supporters of all abilities and genders to participate in football in a non-judgmental environment where their sexuality is not an issue. This goes some way to breaking down barriers surrounding homophobia in
Inverness Running GroupJoggingInverness / HighlandsAllThere now 2 of us who run every week and are looking to see if there is a way that we can try and restart the group which is open to everyone. There is very little interest, in running in a LBGT
Kings Cross Steelers RFCRugbyEast LondonAllThe world's first rugby club formed by and for members of the gay and bisexual community was founded at a meeting which took place in a pub in London's Kings Cross district in November 1995. Of course like any other community club, you do not have to be gay to join, and of course if you are gay you don't have to play for the Steelers. Due to our high media profile we have the opportunity to tap into a large pool of support, both physical and financial, and this helps up to provide coaching and playing opportunities for everyone looking to play. Training started at the beginning of 1996 and having joined Surrey County RFU in the summer of that year, the first game was played on 21st September 1996 against Orleans Former Pupils.
Over the past 18 years of Steelers history there have been many memorable moments that stand out. Our first victory in January 1998 against Braintree, Joining the English league structure in 1999. Formation of the 2nd XV in 2001. Being named Tetley's "Team of the Month" in Rugby World magazine in March 2002. Reaching the finals of the Bingham Cup twice (San Francisco 2002, and Dublin 2008). Hosting the Bingham Cup in 2004 (where our 2nd XV won the Bingham Plate). Promotion to Essex 2 at the end of the 2006/7 season. Winning the Union Cup three times (Copenhagen 2007, London 2009, Amsterdam 2011 Bristol 2013).
We especially welcome adults with little or no playing experience, and have a dedicated development coach to bring you up to speed before joining the full squad. For the competitive player, we offer league rugby in Essex 2 with our 1st XV and merit table games in the BL Office Centre Merit Table Div 9 for our 2nd XV. We also have regular friendly games for those looking for a more social game.
For those who would rather just watch an exciting game of rugby, we have one of the largest team of supporters at our level, with regular 3 figure attendances at home games.
To find full details of our fixture list, social events, merchandise and membership, visit our website - or e-mail the Club Secretary -
Liverpool Queer Games & AdventureTennis Badminton Cricket Rounders Bike Riding Hiking Swimming Football Horse Riding Target Shooting Archery Fishing Abseiling Camping Roller Skating Fitness Sessions Paintballing Go Karting Roller Disco Dancing Ice Skating Frisbee Poker Chess - allLiverpoolAllA community based NGO called Liverpool Queer Games and Adventure (LQGA) for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and their friends with any level of skill and / or with a disability to get involved with our Sports, Games and Adventure activities through Social or Charity events in the North West of England. _ We currently have over 200 members with sponsorship and linking organisations in negotiation. _ The group is for all ages 16 - 100 years old. No fitness level is required - no pressure to join in, members are welcome just to come to watch and socialise. _ Nobody is judged, everybody is welcome. In the cases where members need a more competitive game - split off events / groups will be arranged into suitable level of
London FrontRunnersRunningLondonAllRunning club with over 340 members. We run four times a week in three different parks in London. Wide variety of members - some serious about their running and racing, and others in the club more to get fit or for the social aspect. We take part in regular events, such as the Green Belt Relay, River Relay and the Met League Cross Country Season every year. We also offer coaching, currently on a Wednesday evening. This is themed in blocks - such as speed training or hills, etc. Regular socials and Christmas events. We also organise the annual Pride Run, which has raised a significant amount for LGBT charities over the last 9 years.
London Gay Boxing ClubBoxingLondonAllTraining 7pm – 8.30pm every Thursday with drinks in the pub afterwards

Please bring boxing gloves, gum shield, skipping rope, pads (if you have them)

The club is open to LGBT and friends. All levels including beginners welcome

Sobell Leisure Centre, Studio 2, Hornsey Road, London N7 7HY

near Holloway Road Tube Station (Piccadilly Line)

Only £7.50 per class (£5 students and low waged)

We are a new friendly boxing club for lesbian, gay, bi and trans people and their friends. We are a not-for-profit LGBT community group formed by a group of former members of London Gay Boxing Club. We welcome people of all levels and abilities.

Twitter: @gayboxing2


London Lesbian KickaboutsFootballLondonWomenThe club was set up in 1999 by a group of friends as a social `kickabout`. The aim of the club is for lesbians to be able to turn up and play with no commitment required (as opposed to a Sunday league club). We have approximately 100 people on our mailing list Ð some of those are regulars (we play twice a week) and others will maybe turn up once or twice a year.

We have a mixture of abilities. Many people come along for the social side too Ð we have drinks after games.

We play for an hour on Tuesday evenings and two hours on a Sunday afternoon. Both events we just divide however many people are there into two teams (roughly on ability) and play.
London TitansFootball (11-a-side and 5-a-side)London, membership covering counties around London e.g. Herts, Surrey, BerksAllFormed in 2005, we are a LGBT friendly club open to members regardless of age, sexuality or ability. Our aim is to encourage members to improve on their football skills, play competitive football and to act as a social network. We are building our image as a community club through association with LGBT charities for whom we raise funds throughout the year. We have first, second and third teams. Our first team plays in the Middlesex FA League on Saturdays, our second team competes in the world’s only national LGBT football league (the GFSN League) and our third teams play in the London Unity League (LGBT-friendly league), which we are custodians of as a club. We also participate in a number of national and international tournaments (such as the World Gay Games, IGLFA International Championships and Eurogames) and organise our own tournament in October with around 15 teams. We have a number of FA qualified coaches and referees amongst our members. We train on Tuesdays in White City (during the season) and Richmond (during the summer). We have weekly 5-a-side sessions on Thursdays in White City and compete in national and European 5-a-side tournaments. We are active in our support of the fight against homophobia, biphobia and transphobia in football, with participation in many campaigns and media Twitter/Facebook/Insta: @londontitansfc
Manchester CanalsidersRugby LeagueManchesterAllThe worlds first LGBT Amateur Rugby League team.
ÒOne club for allÓ
Our aim is to have three teams. MenÕs and WomenÕs full contact Rugby League team as well as a Mixed Touch Rugby League team for people who may not want to take up a full contact sport.
We will be playing in a competitive league form 2014 as well as various mixed Touch Rugby League events. We welcome everyone regardless of age, sex, gender or playing abilities.
We have and are looking for players of all abilities and skills that may want to join us. Email for more details.
We would also welcome volunteers and supports, please contact
Manchester FrontrunnersRunning Long distanceManchesterAllThe club is open to everyone, gay or straight, and run in a spirit of inclusivity that includes sexuality, gender, race and running ability. You can join at anytime by just turning up to one of runs and paying the small annual membership fee. Thurdsday is best for new people We have three main runs per week on Tuesday, Thursday (the main club run) and Saturday Morning. Thursday evening and Saturday morning are the best times for new members to join. The Tuesday session is at sports city and is a track session that builds speed work. ThursdayÕs run starts from the Sugden centre off Oxford Road at 7pm, and we run anything between 5-10km followed by food and drinks at a venue near the gym. Saturday Mornings run, leaves at 10am from Longford Park and the run takes you around Chorlton and Sale water-parks, again afterward we finish running we go for lunch together. Follow this link for more details about our training runs We have runners of all abilities and everyone is
Manchester Stingers WFCFootballManchesterAllManchester Stingers WFC is a football club welcoming all women, regardless of age, ability, race and sexuality.
Whatever your ability or experience the club provides a safe and welcoming environment for women to get fit and increase their enjoyment in sport. Our coaching takes into account individuals different levels of experience and ability so that the team can improve as a whole. Whether you decide that you want to take part in matches or just come along to train it will definitely allow you to meet new people. There are plenty of informal social activities and we have taken part in a few football tournaments, which have allowed us to spend a weekend away, enjoying football and of course enjoying the social side. Even if you donÕt want to play you can come along and support us. Visit our website for more information
Manchester Stingers WFC is a football club welcoming all women, regardless of age, ability, race and sexuality.
Whatever your ability or experience the club provides a safe and welcoming environment for women to get fit and increase their enjoyment in sport. Our coaching takes into account individuals different levels of experience and ability so that the team can improve as a whole. Whether you decide that you want to take part in matches or just come along to train it will definitely allow you to meet new people. There are plenty of informal social activities and we have taken part in a few football tournaments, which have allowed us to spend a weekend away, enjoying football and of course enjoying the social side. Even if you donÕt want to play you can come along and support us. Visit our website for more information
Midlands Out BadmintonBadmintonBirminghamAllWe're a social badminton group open to players of all abilities, aimed primarily at the gay and lesbian community in the West Midlands. We don't have a membership as such. Everyone is welcome to come along and "pay as they play"
Newcastle Panthers FCFootballNewcastle, North EastAllNewcastle Panthers FC is the first and only LGBT openly friendly football club for the North East based in Newcastle.
We compete in the GFSN League which is a National LGBT Supporters League.
As well as competitive games being played both at home and away we also enjoy the social aspect of travelling to other cities and hosting other teams in Newcastle for nights out after matches.
Northern AcesTenisBased in Manchester, we have members from Cumbria to Stoke, from Liverpool to SheffieldAllThe aims of the Group as set out in the Constitution are to "To provide the means for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered (GLBT) persons to play tennis". We hope, however, that we do much more than that, and that people can come along to play and improve their tennis in a friendly, relaxed and sociable atmosphere. The Group runs weekly tennis sessions at Sportcity, Manchester, most Saturdays and Sundays (check "Session Times" tab for details). There is no need to book - you can just turn up on the day. If you are attending for the very first time send us a message so that we can arrange for a steering committee member to welcome you. The group organises both internal and international tennis tournaments. Group members also frequently travel elsewhere in the UK, as well as overseas, to compete in International GLBT
Northern FrontrunnersDistance RunningNewcastle, AllNorthern Frontrunners are a Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual and Transgender (LGBT) running club. The club was formed in 2011 to promote health & sport into the LGBTcommunity and from a small beginning we have been growing ever since. Whilst the majority of our members are from the LGBT Community, we welcome everyone. Members need not be experienced athletes, we provide training sessions and plans that all can enjoy, from first time runners to experienced competitive
Northern Jump Manchester Volleyball ClubVolleyball (indoor)ManchesterYesNorthern Jump Manchester was created as a formal entity in May 2008 with the financial backing of Pride Sports in order to provide a welcoming, non-discriminatory environment for LGBT people to play volleyball. The main purpose of the club is social volleyball played for fun and is open to people regardless of ability. People who do not identify as LGBT are also welcome to play as long as they abide by the club ethos of treating other members with equal respect regardless of age, race, gender, sexuality or volleyball ability.

The club holds weekly training sessions, with coaching provided, and holds regular social activities both on and away from canal street.
Northern ReboundSquashManchesterAllNorthern rebound provides the opportunity to play squash at all levels, to provide opportunities for social activities, training and competition both at home and abroad where ÔequalityÕ is practiced, whilst encouraging healthier lifestyles for LGBT adults and
Nottingham Ball Bois FCFootballNottingham (base), Nottinghamshire, DerbyshireAllNottingham Ball Bois FC, established in 2006, is a team based in the Nottinghamshire gay community. Providing an inclusive and non-judgmental environment, the club offers football opportunities to all ages and abilities. Whilst aimed at the LGBT community, the club is open to anybody sharing the club's
Open AthleticsAthleticsUK-wide coverage - Open Athletics aims to cover the whole of UK. Currently links athletes based in Manchester, London, Reading, Wrexham, Leamington Spa, Aberdeen.AllOpen athletics is an organisation for the promotion and development of Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transexual (LGBT) athletics in the broadest sense - including track and field, fell and trail running and race walking.
We aim to be a forum and a network of individual LGBT athletes, groups and clubs across the UK - in Aberdeen, Berkshire, Brighton, Lancaster, London, Manchester, Midlands, North Wales, West Yorkshire.
Our broader objectives are to encourage open and active participation of the LGBT community in the sporting world and in the wider community and to remove homophobic barriers, contributing to individual sport development and to the development of communities through sport.
We welcome anybody who wants to join our forum - irrespective of their gender, sexual orientation, or athletic ability, who loves athletics or subscribes to our values
Out to SwimAquatics - swimming, water polo, open water, synchro, divingLondon and Brighton/HoveAllOut To Swim is a swimming, water polo, open water, diving, and synchro club for gay men, lesbians, bisexuals, trans people and their friends. Straight men and women are also very welcome. London swimmers train seven days a week with hour long coached sessions at six venues including pools in the West End, Victoria and London Bridge. Out To Swim South trains three nights a week at pools in and around Brighton. On Thursday evening (at Oasis, 8pm) there is a women-only swimming session. Water polo training in London takes place on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday evenings. Synchro training is on Saturdays. We encourage competition at national and international events and strive to create an environment in which LGBT men and women feel welcome and comfortable.www.outtoswim.orgv
OutdoorLadsOutdoor pursuits (hiking, mountaineering, climbing, caving, mine exploration, camping, hostelling, mountain biking, cycling, expeditions,
kayaking, canoeing, skiing, gorge walking, canyoning, coasteering)
UkwideMenThe UKÕs most social group for gay and bisexual men who love the great outdoors. Get out more by visiting
We organise over 1000 events a year, hiking, camping, climbing, hostelling, biking, canoeing, sailing, skiing and more Ð as well as oneoff
international trips and more hard-core ÔchallengeÕ events.
What our members say:
ÔOutdoorLads has had a very positive impact on my lifeÕ 89%
ÔI have made loads of new friends though OutdoorLadsÕ 77%
ÔI been able to try loads of new things with the groupÕ 87%
ÔMy health / fitness has improved because of OutdoorLadsÕ 74%
ÔIÕm proud to be part of OutdoorLadsÕ 90%
[Source: members survey 2012]
Rainbow RaquetsBadminton, Squash, TennisLeicesterLGBTRainbow Racquets is a newly established social racquet-sports club for the LGBT community and friends in Leicester. Our focus is primarily on a regular badminton group, but we're also keen to encourage regular tennis and squash.

We are keen to establish a network of Leicester locals (and visitors!) keen to play some sport, socialise, meet some new people and have a bit of fun. Everyone's welcome to come along and play badminton at our regular games and perhaps arrange tennis or squash with others.

We meet weekly. Join and check the “Rainbow Racquets” Facebook Group ( each week for specific details:

Where: Aylestone Leisure Centre (sometimes Braunstone Leisure Centre)

When: Generally Wednesdays from 6:00-8:00pm.

Playing is free for Leicester City Council Leisure Centre members and £5.00 for non-members (payable directly to the Leisure Centre on arrival).

The focus of these evenings is social. Players of all standards are welcome.

We have a few loan racquets for new players, so you can't use not having a racquet as an excuse not to join in!

There's also the possibility of heading to dinner somewhere (cheap and cheerful) after playing and everyone is welcome.
Sailing & Cruising AssociationSailing, powerboating, inland waterways and dinghy sailingUK wide but some overseas members. Mainly concentrated on south and east coast. Virtual club with no base although monthly socials in Colchester and LondonAllWe are a virtual club with some 400 members all over the UK, and indeed the world, with over 100 members owning boats of all shapes and sizes. All our members share a common interest in yachting (sail and power), whether it is to skipper their own boat, crew for others or get together to charter, either at home or overseas.
Experience ranges from ocean going yacht skippers to the complete novice, and from sprightly youngsters to those of more mature years. We have a thriving womenÕs section with a growing number of female boat owners.
The club was selected as a finalist in RYA Club of the Year Awards in 2011. The Royal Yachting Association recognised the value of the ÔvirtualÕ club concept: ÒWith no fixed club house, the organisation is still able to reach out to its members, both domestically and overseas and, with an extensive annual activities programme, the organisation brings like-minded sailors together in a professionally run, friendly and fun club.Ó
ShuttleScotsBadmintonEdinburghAllShuttleScots is Edinburgh's relaxed and friendly inclusive Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender group that meets every week to socialise, have fun and play badminton. The group is made up of members of all ages, backgrounds and sexual orientations and we welcome individuals of all badminiton abilities, including those who have never played previously. The club is a great opportunity to meet new people, make friends and get some exercise in a supportive & non judgemental environment.
Slam Dunkin DivasBasketballManchesterAllThe Slam Dunkin' Divas is Manchester's only women's LGBT basketball team. We formed back in August 2008 and we have grown into a bigger, stronger and more advanced squad. In 2011, we won Bronze at the MABL tournament and we also won the Bronze Cup at the Panteresports tournament in Barcelona.

The Divas have participated in a number of international tournaments, including the World Outgames in Copenhagen (2009), the Gay Games in Cologne (2010), the EuroGames in Rotterdam (2011), the EuroGames in Budapest (2012) and we have just returned from the Berlin Basketball Tournament (2012), where we finished third.
During 2011-2012, we participated in England BasketballÕs Founders Cup and we joined the Manchester Area Basketball League, where we came joint third in the Ladies Division.
Our main training session takes place on Tuesdays, 7-9pm at Loreto High School in Chorlton. On the first Tuesday of each month, we run a beginnerÕs session as well. Our sessions are led by qualified coaches and it is guaranteed that new attendees walk out of the session with new skills, abilities and new friends. We plan and tailor the sessions according to each player's needs.
The Divas are a multinational team as well - we have players from England, Wales, Ireland, Greece, Spain, France, Russia and the USA. We are a very diverse team as well, comprising of mums, teenagers and an age range of 16-50.
South Wales Gay Badminton (SWGB)BadmintonCardiff and South East Wales
AllSWGB exists to promote and enable members of the LGBT community, their supporters and others who are positive in their attitude towards the community, to play badminton in safe and affirming environment.

We welcome players of all standards and we provide a safe and welcoming environment for new members to join. Many people have made long lasting friendships at SWGB.
Why do people join SWBG?
● To improve their badminton game.
● To exercise while having fun!
● To make new friends and improve their social life
● To meet like-minded people
● We look forward to seeing you soon!
Stonewall FCFootballLondonMenStonewall FC is the world's most successful gay football club. The First Team plays in Step 7 of the football league pyramid. We are therefore the highest ranked gay football club in the world. We won the Gay Games gold medal for soccer in 2010, 2006 and 2002. In non Gay Games years we won the IGLFA World Cup in 2008 and 2009 and were runners up in 2007. We have travelled the world, playing in Argentina, Australia and across the USA and Europe. We also have a reserve team that plays in a competitive Sunday league and a 3rd Team that plays in a friendly league specifically set up to develop gay friendly teams. Stonewall FC celebrated our 20th anniversary in 2011 at a Soho gala attended by FA officials and ex professional players. We are currently sponsored by Barclays Bank, who also sponsor the Premier League.
The Edinburgh RacqueteersBadmintonEdinburgh & LothiansAllThe Edinburgh Racqueteers is an inclusive (mainly lesbian and gay) badminton group, playing on Thursday evenings at Meadowbank Sports Stadium from 7-9pm.

Players must be 16 or over. We do like to play for fun; with half of the groups members bordering on being competitive.

On occasion, we do host/participate in some informal, optional competition matches with Glasgow, Birmingham, Nottingham, Manchester, London and Paris.
Village Manchester FCFootballManchester, North WestMenVillage Manchester FC is a football club aimed at Ð but not exclusively Ð gay men. We have two teams competing in local Sunday leagues during the domestic season and at international tournaments against other gay-friendly teams in the summer. We train for two hours every Thursday evening.

There is a huge social element to VMFC but we take our football seriously and aim to be as competitive as possible whoever we play.
Village Manchester FC is a football club aimed at Ð but not exclusively Ð gay men. We have two teams competing in local Sunday leagues during the domestic season and at international tournaments against other gay-friendly teams in the summer. We train for two hours every Thursday evening.

There is a huge social element to VMFC but we take our football seriously and aim to be as competitive as possible whoever we play.
Womens Adventure ClubOutdoor pursuitsNorth West EnglandWomenExciting outdoor adventure club for women aged 16 upwards of all sexual orientations Enjoy the outdoors and try new opportunities in a warm and welcoming environment. We will be running a wide variety of activities such as walking, wild water swimming, cycling, climbing and possibly a holiday weekend. ItÕs free to join and we aim to ensure most activities are free of cost or very inexpensive to join

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