Join Rainbow Devils at our post-match social on 17th December following Manchester United Women’s home game against Liverpool Women at Leigh Sports Village.
Rainbow Devils held an online meeting open to all members at the beginning of October, and from a great discussion we agreed some key aims for the 23/24 season.
Rainbow Devils LGBTQ+ has secured a place on Manchester United’s Fans’ Forum for the first time, as co-chair Eric Najib took up one of 3 new roles on the group this October.
Around 50 Rainbow Devils members, club staff and United supporters joined the Manchester Pride Parade today (26th August) as thousands watched the parade march through Deansgate and through the city centre to Manchester’s Gay Village.
As our Premier League opener against Wolves on Monday 14th August approaches, we wanted to give a quick round up of what’s coming down the line from Rainbow Devils this year, things to look out for over the next few months and how to get involved.
Rainbow Devils will have an entry at the Manchester Pride Parade on Saturday 26th August. Last year 50 LGBT United fans and allies took part in the parade, and we’d love you to join us this year.
Not got a ticket to Wembley? Come along to our free Rainbow Devils FA Cup final watch party in Central Manchester
A number of our members went to Wembley last weekend as Manchester United Women took on Chelsea in the Vitality Womens’ FA Cup Final, and we’ve shared some photos from the day on our website.
Manchester United will conclude their 2022-2023 Premier League campaign with a home game against Fulham on the 28th May, and Rainbow Devils will be holding a social before the game.
This is the fifth season that Football Vs. Homophobia will be taking specific action on trans inclusion and transphobia in the game.