Partners

Festival Fortnight would not be possible without support from our partners; LGBT sports clubs, LGBT organisations, LGBT clubs and bars, and other organisations. Find out more about our partners below.

Colinton Squashers

Colinton Squashers

Colinton Squashers is a weekly social squash club for beginners and intermediate players, who meet at Colinton Castle Sports Club in Edinburgh.

Edinburgh Racqueteers

Edinburgh Racqueteers

The Racqueteers is an inclusive (mainly lesbian and gay) badminton group, playing on Thursday evenings at Meadowbank Sports Stadium.

Glasgow FrontRunners

Glasgow FrontRunners

Inclusive community based road-running group with strong links to Glasgow’s LGBT community and friends.

HotScots FC

HotScots FC

Community club who welcome anyone with an interest in football – regardless of their gender identity, sexual orientation

OutdoorLads

OutdoorLads

OutdoorLads provides outdoor pursuits mostly for gay and bi-sexual lads, but the group does not discriminate on any grounds.

Saltire Thistle FC

Saltire Thistle FC

Saltire Thistle FC are a gay friendly football team for the West of Scotland, based in Glasgow. We currently play in the GFSN national league which sees us play competitive fixtures throughout Britain

Cockenzie House

Cockenzie House

Residents of Cockenzie and Port Seton have formed a Voluntary Association with the aim of raising community interest in securing the future of Cockenzie House and gardens.

Edinburgh Leisure

Edinburgh Leisure

Edinburgh Leisure is the biggest sport & leisure provider in Edinburgh, running a whole range of facilities including: sports and leisure centres, swim centres, golf courses, tennis courts, bowling greens, outdoor football pitches.

LGBT Youth Scotland

LGBT Youth Scotland

LGBT Youth Scotland is the largest youth and community-based organisation for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in Scotland.

Kilmarnock Community Sports Trust

Kilmarnock Community Sports Trust

The Kilmarnock Community Sports Trust was established to encourage participation in sport and raise public awareness of all sporting disciplines throughout the whole of Ayrshire.

British Transport Police

British Transport Police

The British Transport Police look after Britain’s railways, providing a service to rail operators, their staff and passengers across the country. Six million people use the rail network every day and we’re here to keep you safe and help you feel secure on your journey.

Mean City Roller Derby

Mean City Roller Derby

Glasgow’s meanest and first co-ed all gender roller derby league.

KnockOut Boxing

KnockOut Boxing

Glasgow based LGBT boxing group

LGBT Basketball Group

LGBT Basketball Group

LGBT Basketball Group is a friendly and informal weekly group for LGBTQI beginners and regular players alike

Auld Reekie

Auld Reekie

Auld Reekie Roller Girls is a not-for-profit, grassroots, flat track roller derby team in Edinburgh

SWAN Network

SWAN Network

SWAN has become synonymous with networking within the LGBT professional community. As an organisation they have been hosted at many major businesses in the central belt of Scotland and attendance is consistently growing.

LGBT Health and Wellbeing

LGBT Health and Wellbeing

A unique community initiative that promotes the health, wellbeing and equality of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in Scotland.

Edinburgh Frontrunners

Edinburgh Frontrunners

Edinburgh Frontrunners is a club for LGBT and straight runners. EFR’s primary aim is to provide a safe and welcoming environment for LGBT runners and friends.

Football V Homophobia Scotland

Football V Homophobia Scotland

Football V Homophobia Scotland works to make Scottish football inclusive for all, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.

Scottish Book Trust

Scottish Book Trust

The Scottish Book Trust is a national organisation based in Edinburgh, Scotland promoting literature, reading and writing in Scotland.

Beyond Gender

Beyond Gender

Looking for a group that encourages and supports transgender, non-binary and intersex young people?

Then come and join weekly meetings with the Beyond Gender Youth Project and get the chance to design and create your own workshops.