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    How United are supporting Rainbow Laces

    The group, formed in February 2019, works to empower and celebrate lesbian, gay, bi and transgender Manchester United supporters and to provide a safe and inclusive space within the game of football.

    Charlie Brooks, Director of Communications at Manchester United, said: “As a club we have a proud history of diversity and inclusion and actively promoting that. We’re a club open to all nationalities, all creeds and, of course, all sexual identities. What’s important isn’t people’s sexual identity, what’s important is that they’re United fans. That’s what All Red All Equal stands for and that’s why we’re here today to talk about that with Rainbow Devils themselves.

    “It’s important that we’re an ally to all our gay fans, our LGBTQ+ fans, and that other fans promote that sense of belonging that we all get from being United fans.”

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