English Club Wins Gay World Football Championship
English club Stonewall Lions FC convincingly won the Gay World Football Championship this weekend at Leyton Orient’s league ground, the Matchroom Stadium, in London. The London-based club defeated the Argentine team Safgay FC, 5-0, the biggest winning margin in a final since the inaugural competition in September 1997 in Washington DC. Stonewall previously won the Gay Football World Championship in 2002 and 2006, and last month won the European Gay Football Championship.2009 International Gay Lesbian Football Association Soccer World Championship to be Held in Washington, D.C.
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