How Man City’s work with LGBT fans gives pride

26 Nov 2017

Lou Englefield on how the club have reached out to Canal Street Blues, its LGBT supporters club

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This weekend the Premier League celebrates Rainbow Laces to support LGBT people within sport.

Lou Englefield is Campaign Director for Football v Homophobia, and the director of Pride Sports.

She is the “Mother Teresa” of the LGBT community in Manchester and works full-time across two charities to help tackle homophobia in sport.

Lou is a massive Manchester City fan, and part of the Canal Street Blues, one of the first recognised LGBT fan groups in the country.

Her work is about creating a great environment where everyone is welcome, and together with Man City, they’ve really made that happen, as she explains in the video above.

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