Perhaps a trip to Sweden is in order?


Darren Wee

We here at are indeed sports fans and we think this awesome video of this Swedish team donning rainbow jerseys and dancing to YMCA in a post-game celebration in support of LGBTI rights is amazing - as was the audience!

Örebro Hockey goalie Julius Hudacek is known for his post-game performances and has even earned himself the Twitter hastag #HudaShow.

After beating the Frölunda Indians 4-2 in a 'pride match,' Hudacek led his teammates and the entire audience in a dance to the 1978 Village People gay anthem YMCA.

Before the game, Örebro held a lecture on LGBTI people in sports and encouraged fans to wear rainbow pins and buy limited-edition pride scarves and jerseys.

'Pride game is a way for us to show social responsibility and take a clear stand for the equal value. Pride game is more than just a game, more than just a stunt,' a statement on the team's website reads.

Ice hockey team Kiruna IF wore rainbow jerseys for the entire 2014-2015 season in a bid to become the first Swedish sports team to receive gay-friendly certification.

Watch the video here: