BLAGSS is a sports and social group that now has around 400 lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender members from across Brighton and Hove, Sussex and beyond.
Our aim is to encourage LGBT people to play sport. It's as simple as that. Sport is so important because health and fitness is such a vital part of our lives.
Our members are all different shapes, sizes, ages and abilities, and participate in sports as varied as badminton, tennis, squash, golf, table tennis, running, tenpin bowling, football and cycling (and many, many more).
There's also a fantastic social side to BLAGSS. There are over 700 sporting and social meetings every year. Have some fun playing sport and then have a good old chat about it in the pub afterwards.
BLAGSS is a great way to meet people, keep fit, and have fun.
You can also try BLAGSS for free! Come along to your sport of choice with a FREE 1-day membership (court fees may apply). Just go to the relevant sport page on this site and message the organiser.
- continue to play your chosen sport/s within BLAGSS
- try any of the 15 sports and one off events that BLAGSS provides
- attend social events organised by BLAGSS throughout the year
- benefit from grants awarded by BLAGSS for equipment, coaching and development
- get discounts at local retail partners
- be insured for your chosen sport against any public liability claim
Blagss football for men and women
Both Blagss football groups meet on a Thursday @ The Manor in Kemptown, men at 6pm and women at 7.30pm
Both groups play all year, are suitable for all abilities, and play in tournaments and friendly matches througout the year.
Squash..... a fast and furious workout
The BLAGSS Squash Group meet every Tuesday evening on the glass backed courts at Withdean Leisure Centre. We are a mixed ability group mainly of intermediate standard players but we welcome all abilities.
Check out the squash page for more details.
We're a fun and social group who meet fortnightly for bowling and socialising. Typically 8 to 15 of us turn up for the sessions,
The emphasis is on social rather than competitive sport and we often have a drink afterwards to chat about anything and everything. Food and drink is available during the games.
We would love to see new faces so check out our bowling page and come and join us.