Gallery: Leeds United proudly supports Rainbow Laces
Club and Foundation celebrate annual campaign.
Leeds United recently dedicated their Premier League fixture against Crystal Palace to Stonewall's annual Rainbow Laces campaign, with a number of other key activities also taking place in the lead up to the game within the club and Foundation.
The iconic Rainbow Laces have become a real symbol of inclusion across sport, and each year this campaign helps to raise awareness and visibility for LGBTQ+ people and their experiences.
The most important message is to ensure everyone feels welcome at Elland Road and all of our supporters know they are part of the Leeds United family, everyone should be able to be their authentic selves no matter where they are or who they are with - so please think about the language you are using at home and on the road.
Please take a look at some of the images below from our Rainbow Laces themed activities, including a special Zoom call between Luke Ayling and students from Whitcote Primary School, apperances from Marching Out Together members at Elland Road, on the official Leeds United Podcast and pre-match show as well as our very own CEO taking part in the campaign.