CD Guadalajara become second Spanish club to make stand against homophobia with new rainbow kit unveiled at Madrid Pride

Home kit with rainbow sash was unveiled at gay pride festival

Tom Sheen
Monday 06 July 2015 16:21
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Spanish third division club CD Guadalajara have joined Rayo Vallecano in the fight against intolerance.

Last week Spanish Premier Division club Rayo released an away kit with a striking rainbow sash - and the slogan 'solidarity' - across it, to raise awareness seven different types of injustice and intolerance, including child abuse, depression and homophobia.

CD Guadalajara released their home kit at the Madrid Pride festival over the weekend with the LGBT symbol of a rainbow flag running down the purple shirt.

Made by Hummel, the club and Danish sportswear brand have also announced that five per cent of sales will be donated to La Liga Acro Iris (La Liga Rainbow).

The charity that fights against homophobia and other prejudice in Spanish football.

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