YORKSHIRE Terriers were one of the first gay-friendly football teams to be established in the UK in 1997. The club are the current holders of the Gay Football Supporters Network National Cup.
The club has also played in a number of international tournaments and the NFSN league since it was formed in 2002, winning once and coming in the top three on a further five occasions.
The NFSN national league includes teams from Brighton, Leicester, Edinburgh and Yorkshire.
Yorkshire Terriers play out of Division I and sit in third place after winning one of their opening three games.
The league has grown over the last 10 seasons, expanding from four competing teams to a total of 20 teams in the current season.