stimulate integration in sport and emancipation of athletes regardless of their gender identity or sexual orientation
exchange information and enable co-ordination between European sport groups and tournaments tournamentstournaments
liaison with and support athletes who are thinking about coming out
supportthe founding of new sport groups inclusive of all athletes
fight against discrimination in sport based on gender identity & sexual orientation tournamentstournaments
EuroGames 2020 Düsseldorf, Germany
EuroGames 2021 Copenhagen, Denmark
EuroGames 2022 Nijmegen, Netherlands
Once a year the EGLSF celebrates a huge European gay sport event: EuroGames. Besides offering a high-quality sport event to the LGBTIQ sports community, EGLSF wishes to promote the following goals, also through the EuroGames:
fight against discrimination in sport regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity
stimulate integration in sport and emancipation of LGBTIQ athletes
enable and support the coming out of LGBTIQ athletes
Donasport is a women’s multisport tournament organized by Panteres Grogues. Every year, during the months of March, April and May, we carry out a set sport activities with the aim of promoting sport among women. This year is our 10th anniversary and we’ll celebrate it playing basketball, soccer, table tennis, paddle tennis, beach volleyball, billiards, hiking, biking, and much more! Join us!
29th Bunny Tournament takes place from Good Friday to Easter Monday (10 – 13 April, 2020) we will heartily welcome you in Germany’s most beautiful city Hamburg, make you shed some calories on the playing field, celebrate your success with a glamourous award ceremony and gala dinner, go out clubbing afterwards and finish off the weekend with a tasty brunch. Sign up now!
Friday, April 10, 2020 17h-0:00 – sports Home Village on the course Estienne of Orves : in partnership with The Polikarpov , The Gramophone, Simonelli Glacier The sharp and Bistro Clock. Associations Lounge : CEL, Flag, Aids, The Other Circle Refuge, SOS Homophobia, Transat, etc. Entertainment: Raffle (Profits donated to associations on the village) s pectacle led by Marie-Jeanne theater, band and DJ. Saturday, April 11, 2020 8h-18h30 – the first day of competition: Badminton mixed doubles & singles Women’s Soccer Men Volleyball From 19h, our wine partners welcome you into their establishments in order to allow you to restore[...]
Bad Attitude is proud to announce the new edition of FSGL – Paris Bad Girls Tournament. Whatever your level, with or without a game partner, with or without equipment, this tournament is made for you ! Paris Bad Girls 2020 is happenning from 24 to 26 April 2020 at the Maryse Hilsz Sports Center in Paris. Women are underrepresented in badminton. Paris Bad Girls wants to promote women’s sport through a double badminton tournament open to all women, regardless their age, origin, sexual orientation… This tournament is 100% free of charge. The first day of 2-day tournament is exclusively for[...]
Rome is back indoor! The city of Rome and RoMan Volley will host the “Caput Mundi” ITALY FREEDOM edition tournament for the fourth year in a row. “Caput Mundi” is a volleyball tournament dedicated to the LGBT community and friends. The last edition have seen 40 Teams in 5 Level. We are ready to welcome athletes coming from all over Italy and Europe. The tournament will take place between 24-26 April 2020. Level A, B+, B-, C+, C. You’ll can find here or on our website more informations as soon as possible. The Rome tournament becomes multisport. More Sports more fun[...]
Already for the 21th time we invite LGBT sport fans from all over Europe to Prague. Every year we make new friends, every year we can’t wait to see you. Prague Rainbow Spring is an international sports tournament for LGBT athlets, their friends, colleagues and supporters. Also this time we expect more than 300 participants from many countries to compete in volleyball, badminton, swimming and beachvolleyball.
Please Note: It is very important to respect people’s desired self-identifications. One should never assume another person’s identity based on that person’s appearance. It is always best to ask people how they identify, including what pronouns they prefer, and to respect their wishes.