Thursday Night football

We are now outdoors for the summer at the University of Sussex Falmer Sports Complex. (MAP LINK). There's on site parking, whilst trains stop at Falmer and there is a 25 bus stop at the bottom of Pavilion Road. 

There are two regular sessions every Thursday evening, back-to-back: 6-7pm PROS (pretty physical and competitive) and 7-8pm VIRGINS (gentler but still with a competitive edge). Both sessions are mixed by gender (LGBT+friends) and if unsure of ability come to a virgins session first. Cost is £3/session, or £5 for both.

The surface is a short-pile astroturf so please wear trainers or (better still) invest in astroturf shoes. There are changing facilities in the main pavilion. Try to arrive 15mins before, to get changed and be ready to start promptly. But it doesn't matter if you are late, you can just join in. 

Joining a new group can be daunting, but most people who come love it and become a regular. We are friendly and welcoming, and please do contact me beforehand if you need any help joining in.

Elliot :) 


Pride Diversity Games: 22/24 July 2015

Following last years massive success, we are pleased to announce we our 7-aside football tournament in conjunction with the Pride Diversity Games (PDG) over 22nd-24th July 2016. Provisional details are: 

Friday 22/07: Registration party 7pm until late (City Centre venue)

Saturday 23/07: Tournament - University of Sussex sports centre

Evening - Dinner and Party TBC

Sunday - Fun sports day at Preston Park

Last year 10 men's and 5 women's teams came from across the UK and raised nearly £700 for local LGBT charities. 

We are hoping to make this years event an even bigger success, with co-located events including Golf, Badminton, Squash, Cricket and Rugby

More details will follow.

Supported by our friends at LGBT Football Network 

BLAGSS Men win Soho FvH Tournament

The BLAGSS men's team won the Soho FC winter 9-aside tournament on Saturday, held in aid of Football v Homophobia. In the group stage the boys lost, won and drew one game each; in the knockouts we won the quarter final 2-0 and won both the semi and final games on penalties each time! Much champagne was drunk to rounds of "champione, champione!" back at the hosts bar Rupert Street. This was our second ever piece of silverware, first as outright winners, and is a culmination of 5 years hard work getting football up and running.  

Looking for something different? Check out the full list of of BLAGSS groups on the right, or see the other sports page for links to other London and Brighton LGBT friendly sports groups.

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