The third annual Pride Cup is set to take place this month as a way to highlight homophobia in sport and push for LGBTI inclusion and diversity in Aussie rules football.
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Tomorrow night’s inaugural National Water Polo League Pride Cup in Melbourne, a Midsumma Festival event, aims to champion inclusion and diversity in sport and has future plans to run education programs.
As part of the Midsumma Festival program, Melbourne’s sexual and gender diverse community will be able to try out a new sport or activity during Team Melbourne’s GLBTIQ Sports Festival.
The match will be the first of its kind ever held during the AFL’s premiership season, and will be aired nationally on TV.