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Terriers Return to GFSN Top Flight

The team have returned to the summit on first ask, after an amazing campaign which saw the Terriers maintain a 100 percent winning record. The league concluded today after a 6-1 victory at Middleton. Liam Ashton has achieved top scorer, after hitting the net five times this campaign.

about terriers

Yorkshire Terriers were one of the first gay-friendly teams to be founded in the UK, back in 1997 and were a founder member of the GFSN National League at the start of the 2002/3 season.

Since then, we've won the league, national cup, numerous small-sided competitions and have been a fixture in the top flight as the GFSN League has expanded over the years.

We also host the annual five-a-side Yorkshire Tournament which is one of the most eagerly anticipated events on the GFSN calendar.

The club's not just about on-field success though as with many clubs like ours in the UK and around the world, we offer gay, bi and gay-friendly people the opportunity to play the game they love in a non-discriminatory atmosphere, meet new people and travel around the country and the globe playing football.

the history

Competing against teams from all over the UK, back in the 2003/4 season we were crowned GFSN League champions.

Most recently in 2012, The Yorkshire Terriers beat Brighton Bandits at the home of Redditch United to be the GFSN Cup Champions.