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As a community project we face challenges but we are grateful because thanks to all the community donations, all the players and teams registrations and donations we have hosted 

Four Kicking Out Transphobia in Philadelphia with more than 300 players every year raising more than $30,000 for trans Philly organizations.

We hosted Play Philly Sports and Protect Trans Kids with other LGBTQ+ sports organizations in Philadelphia raising over $1500 to Protect Trans Kids Texas. 

We have spread the word giving away more than 5,000 writsbands with the trans colors. 

We have hosted Two Kicking Out Transphobia events in Las Vegas during Sin City Classic hosting in the last one a table during the opening Party. 

We hosted exhibition events in Seattle, San Francisco (including queer youth and adult players).

Hosted a 4v4 friendly tournament style in Washington DC raising more than $2000 for locals trans and Queer organizations. 


In 2023 the community project took an International level hosting exhibition matches and tournaments in other cities in the US like Las Vegas, Nevada, Seattle, Washington, San Francisco, California, Washington DC as well Mexico and looking to expand to more cities around the world. 

 Our mission is to send the message that trans players belong in futbol and everywhere because we know transphobia needs to stop, and together we can contribute by using soccer as a way to increase acceptance, inclusion and justice for the community.” We are all volunteer project that continues growing because the community support. Support us to continue growing and supporting to the community in different ways as an event that brings visibility, as a social media campaign, as a platform to share our stories. 

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Philadelphia Falcons

The Falcons are dedicated to bringing affordable and fun soccer to the Philadelphia community. Philly owns LGBTQ+ soccer club.

IGLFA

IGLFA works alongside tournament and event coordinators to assist in providing the best experience for our members at each tournament and event

Rain City Soccer Club

Seattle LGBTQ+ Soccer League with year-round programs and events for players of all skill levels, genders, and sexual orientations.

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Trans Justice Funding Project

The Trans Justice Funding Project is a community-led funding initiative founded in 2012 to support grassroots, trans justice groups run by and for trans people in the United States, including U.S. territories.

Federal Triangles Soccer Club

Federal Triangles Soccer Club (FTSC) is Washington, D.C.’s premier LGBTQ+ soccer club. FTSC is open to anyone, regardless of age, gender, sexuality, or soccer ability. We are focused on promoting soccer and fostering a sense of community. 

San Francisco Girls Unite

Girls Unite is a girls-centered soccer club that fields teams in NorCal Premier and San Francisco Youth Soccer. 

Sin City Classic

The Sin City Classic in Las Vegas is the largest annual LGBTQ sporting event in the world, featuring 24 sports and more than 8000 athletes

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San Francisco Spikes

SF Spikes Soccer Club provide the LGBTQIA+ community with opportunities to compete in local leagues & represent San Francisco in tournaments worldwide.

Want to learn more about how became a partner or host organization? 

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Supporters

Partner with Us email info@kickingouttransphobia.org

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Icarus

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Valley Forge Sports

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HI TOPS

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Casa Soccer League

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Southhouse

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Screaming Eagles

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Cloud Nine Supporter Group

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IBA TRANS WORK

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Team DC

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DC United

Transgender Resources

When we’re born, a doctor assigns us a sex. This has to do with our biology, chromosomes, and physical body. Male babies are generally assumed to be “men” and female babies are generally assumed to be “women.” Some people never question their assigned gender or sex, and choose to identify with what they were assigned at birth – that’s called being “cisgender.” But there are others who do question their gender or sex, and that’s completely normal and ok.

In addition to being a gender identity, transgender is also an umbrella term that includes many other labels, like genderqueer and gender non-conforming.Genderqueer and gender non-conforming identities describe someone whose gender expression is, or seems to be, different from their assigned gender role. Usually, genderqueer and gender non-conforming people avoid gender-specific pronouns like “she/her” and “he/him,” and use more neutral pronouns instead. It’s important to note that not all genderqueer or gender non-conforming people identify as transgender, even though they fall under the umbrella of diverse gender identities.

Learn about Trans Identities

Trans Resources 

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