Team Sydney Incorporated is a not-for-profit community body staffed by volunteers. It promotes sport, fitness and healthy lifestyles among Sydney’s inclusive community. We help connect and promote almost thirty member organisations, representing around 2,000 individual sportspeople.

Team Sydney member organisations are non-discriminatory and welcome the participation of gay, lesbian and ‘gay’-friendly sportspeople. We support inclusion and diversity. If you are a beginner, a weekend casual participant or a serious athlete you will likely find a way to play your sport in a welcoming, fun and supportive environment. Use the sports contacts shown here.

Many member clubs compete in the wider community at district and state/national competitions. Some offer annual competitions and training programmes to encourage individual improvement and participation at major national and international events.

Many of Team Sydney’s member organisations are also active participants in international sporting events.

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Hey Australia - It's getting embarrassing now! CONGRATULATIONS IRELAND!!

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A reminder that membership fee are now due. The current membership ran out on the 30th April. Apart from the normal way of renewing or taking out membership you now have the option of doing this online on our website
You will have received renewal detail in your emaii. Online renewals are now available as it may be more convenient for you all. Full membership details are available on our website. www.teamsydney.org.au
Thanks to those clubs that have already renewed. If possible please do so before 30 June
If you have any queries please contact secretary@teamsydney.org.au

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There has been a lot of discussion going on between the two organisations.. This joint statement was released today and I am sure that there will be further discussion about this. Some City Teams like San Francisco have already said that they want the Gay Games (FGG) to continue. We are sure that there will be further comments after both organisations have held their AGM's If anyone would like to see Team San Francisco's proposal please contact secretary@teamsydney.org.au

FGG and GLISA announce Joint Memo of Understanding
Development and production to begin for One World Event in 2022

SAN FRANCISCO,CALIFORNIA, USA (19 May 2015) The Boards of the Federation of Gay Games (FGG) and the Gay and Lesbian International Sports Organization (GLISA) are pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the development and production of One World Event to be held in 2022.

The MOU is a reflection of the results of a Survey available to members of both organizations following Gay Games 9 (third quarter 2014). More than 2,000 responses were received and collated and reflected the desire of the global LGBTIQ for a single sports,human rights, and culture event for 2022. "This was an historic occasion for members of the global LGBTIQ community to express its wishes with respect to the directions of our two organizations; they didn't disappoint," said Tamara Adrian, Co-President of GLISA.

The MOU provides for the identification of a joint FGG/GLISA "Site Selection Committee" which will be tasked to develop and oversee the site selection process. This process will include development of a Bid Framework, a Letter of Interest stage, a review of the bids from various host organizations, and a selection by members of both organizations. This process will begin second quarter 2015 with the identification of Committee members and will conclude with the host voting process no later than the fourth quarter of 2017.

Additionally, the MOU provides for the creation of a "Transition Commission" which will steer the development of a single organizational body to deliver future One World Events. "Both our Boards are looking forward to the results of the virtual and face-to-face consultations presently being hosted by the Working Group, "said Joanie Evans, Co-President of the FGG. "To date, the results are consistent with the results of the survey."

Both the FGG and GLISA support the commitment to ensure the Site Selection process will reflect transparency of information, openness of communication, and inclusivity of member organizations.

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It's on! Come cheer on Guy Sebastian and your country of choice! Don't forget there are prizes for best dressed. Entry is only $5.

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