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Posted 6th April 2011, 16:56 in
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The Justin Campaign Nottingham Tournament

The Justin Campaign, in partnership with the University of Nottingham LGBTQ staff network, is holding a tournament on July 2nd.

The summer tournament is at the University of Nottingham Sports Centre, where the day will consist of both a male tournament and a female tournament (no mixed teams) - teams need to be submitted by June 1st (including payment of £4 per player).

There will also be a stalls fair, and spaces are now available for this too!

So for both team and stall submissions, please contact

Ahead of this fantastic day, Notts County football club have issued the following statement:

As a club, we recognise and appreciate that homophobia, like all forms of discrimination, have no place in football and work hard to combat them. We therefore fully support the work of everyone associated with the Justin Campaign and give our full backing to events such as this. May the best team win!

The event also has a facebook event page.

The Justin campaign was founded in memory of Justin Fashanu, the only openly gay professional footballer in the UK. Campaigning to challenge and rid homophobia from the beautiful game.

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