Out For Sport LGBT+ Sports Fair 2018

Want to get back into sport? Or want to take up a new one? Keen to find an LGBT+ team going to the Gay Games? Or just looking to meet new people?

Out For Sport are hosting The LGBT+ Sports Fair in partnership with London Southbank University. We will be joined by more than 20 of London’s friendliest LGBT+ Sport Clubs sharing information on their membership and events, plus representation from Gay Games 2018. Come along and see what fantastic sports clubs we have on offer as well as pick up information on Paris Gay Games.

Please register your attendance here. It’s free!


Out To Swim Summer Boat Party

Out To Swim invites all London LGBT+ sports clubs to join them at their summer boat party! Three decks of extravaganza eleganza, drinks and dancing. Casting off from Tower Pier, the party boat will head up river to the Tate before cruising down to the Cutty Sark and back again, all under the musical stylings of our onboard DJ. Each ticket includes admission, a welcome drink and further 1 x drinks token* that can be exchanged at the bar.

So renew that appetite for Aperol, dust off your best vest and join us for the hottest LGBT+ sports social event of the summer!

Friday 1st June 2018
Location: Tower Pier
Closest Tubes: Bank or Tower Hill
Time: 8:30pm – 1am (cast off 9pm)
Age Restriction: 18+

Please note: The boat party will not be stopping until reaching final destination at 1am. There will not be any opportunity to alight en route.

Tickets here:

Our Unsung Heroine: Vicki Carter, OFS Co-Chair

Our glorious leader, Vicki Carter has been recognised by LEAD as an Unsung Heroine – part of their campaign to mark International Women’s Day 2018 by celebrating those women who go above and beyond to help others without being asked. Click below to read a bit more about why Vicki was nominated.

Vicki also recently took part in the 1000 Londoners project during a workshop at London Sport, and talks about how she got into LGBT sport originally…and recalls her first Gay Games in New York in 1994 and what that meant to her. Well worth a watch here.

Well done and thank you to Vicki, and to all the women keeping LGBT sport clubs surging forward.