Wycombe Wanderers have released a special edition shirt to support the Rainbow Laces campaign.

The campaign is to support members of the LGBTQI+ community who are also football fans, in making stadiums and the atmosphere of matches a safe space for those who attend.

And the Chairboys are getting behind the cause by not only producing a replica rainbow shirt, but by also displaying a rainbow flag around Adams Park, for when they take on Burton Albion on December 7.

With the Rainbow Laces fixture fast approaching, manager Gareth Ainsworth said: “Here at Wycombe Wanderers, we’re fully committed to making sure that everyone can be themselves and feels welcome and part of who we are.

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“The Rainbow Laces campaign is hugely important for stamping out homophobia and raising awareness around how it’s not okay to discriminate against anyone because of their sexuality.

“We were the first club to sign the Government Charter for Action against Homophobia in Football in 2011 and are proud to once against support Rainbow Laces this year.”

A spokesperson for the club said: “The club has always strived to be an inclusive and welcoming place, with the newly formed All Quarters Club aiming to enhance that further.

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“The All Quarters project is a consultative fan group that seeks to gather views on how the club can move forward in its inclusivity, with input from four traditionally under-represented groups; those with disabilities, people from minority ethnicity backgrounds, women & girls, and those from the LGBTQI+ community.”

For more information on the All Quarters project, go to www.wwset.co.uk/all-quarters and to purchase a rainbow Wycombe Wanderers home kit, visit www.wwfcshop.co.uk/product/adult-rainbow-laces-shirt-pre-order-only-delivery-february-2022.