2021/22 sponsors and partners
Cheerz Bar and Nightclub is known to be one of Aberdeen’s best party venues and a must go nightlife destination and has one of the largest drink ranges in the city centre offering over 40 different ranges of Gin and similar numbers for Vodka, Rum, Malts & Shots.
Situated on Exchange/Hadden Street, close to the main rail and bus station, They are Aberdeen’s oldest and most established LGBT+ venue.
Siberia Bar & Hotel is an award winning venue located on Belmont Street in the heart of Aberdeen city centre. Their industrial style bar features an innovative in-house created cocktail menu, premium spirits, beers and wine. Siberia boast a locally sourced and freshly prepared food menu, featuring pub grub with a twist. Their en-suite rooms and serviced apartments have a quirky and stylish decor in an ideal location.
Founded in 1873, Scottish Rugby is the governing body of rugby union in Scotland and are based at BT Murrayfield in Edinburgh.
They are proud to represent the nation and the sport on the global stage, sharing and upholding our values of respect, leadership, achievement, engagement and enjoyment.
Scottish Rugby are responsible for all Scotland National teams – from U16s to U20s, their two professional teams (Glasgow Warriors and Edinburgh Rugby), Scotland 7s, and the FOSROC Scottish Rugby Academy, as well as domestic leagues and competitions across Scotland.
IGR – International Gay Rugby is a worldwide charitable organisation of member clubs of primarily gay and inclusive rugby clubs.
They provide member clubs with development support and resources in the areas of club organisation, recruitment, retention, fundraising, event management, and, regional and national union relations. They oversea IGR domestic competitions and international club competitions such as Bingham Cup and Union Cup.
IGR are an Associate Member of the Federation of Gay Games and are recognised by World Rugby as the representative LGBT organisation.
LEAP Sports Scotland (Leadership, Equality and Active Participation in Sports for LGBTI people in Scotland) works for greater inclusion for LGBTI people in sport and against homophobia, biphobia and transphobia in a sports context. They are committed to breaking down the structural, social and personal barriers which prevent lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people across the country from accessing, participating and excelling in Scottish sports.
LEAP Sports Scotland has a packed programme of events, activities and projects to encourage more LGBTI people to try or get involved in sport. They aim to work closely with new and existing LGBTI sports clubs to help them develop through training, advice and resources.