This Gay Rugby Team Is Getting Its Own Documentary

Now this is our kind of film.

The world’s first gay rugby team, Kings Cross Steelers, will be at the center of a new documentary at this year’s BFI Flare: LGBTIQ Film Festival.

As reported by Attitude magazine, the film, Steelers: The World’s First Gay Rugby Team, is told through the eyes of Australian news reporter, Eammon Ashton-Atkinson, who moved to the UK to escape depression.

The movie is quite deep, but it’s also a heartwarming story about the world’s first gay rugby club that started in London in 1995.

Specifically, the film follows three characters on their journey to overcome their struggles as the club competes against 60 other gay clubs in the Bingham Cup in Amsterdam — the World Cup of gay rugby, Attitude points out.

You have to check out this trailer, y’all. We can’t wait to see the full film!