The English Premier League between 2nd December and 7th December will celebrate 10 years of their support for the controversial LGBTQ community.
During the week, all captain across the 20 premier League clubs will wear an arm band to exhibit the celebration.
“There has been considerable progress to make football a more inclusive environment for the LGBTQ+ community since the Rainbow Laces campaign launched a decade ago. We are determined to maintain this momentum to make sure football is welcoming for everyone and send a clear message that discrimination of any kind will not be tolerated.” Premier league boss Richard Masters stated.
The celebration is bound to have different views and opinions across the world due to the large reach of the English Premier League as the most watched football league.
The celebration will involve Ghanaian players like Mohammed Kudus, Antoine Semenyo, Jordan Ayew, Jeffrery Schlup, Thomas Partey and Tariq Lamptey who all play in the English League.