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The year-old says his decision to share his story - described as "an important moment" for the sport by the Football Association's Head of Senior Referee Development, Neale Barry - has been prompted by the recent strengthening of commitments made by the game's governing bodies to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender LGBT inclusion. Shaun Harvey, EFL chief executive, said: It lets them know they're not alone and that they too can succeed in any career they choose. Click here to read Ryan Atkin's interview with Sky Sports in full. He is an inspiring role model and his decision to come out will no doubt give others the confidence to be themselves in football.

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For those who are already refereeing in football or who would like to officiate in the future, and who are LGBT, Atkin is optimistic about the benefits of them being open about their sexuality.

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He is an inspiring role model and his decision to come out will no doubt give others the confidence to be themselves in football. You can change the game and culture by changing your mind. Watch Ryan Atkin explain to Sky Sports News' Mark McAdam why it's the right time for him to speak publicly about being a gay man working in professional football. The biggest challenge I might face in the future as an openly gay referee would potentially be dealing with homophobia that could come from players, spectators and possibly even refereeing colleagues, though so far I have found officials within football to be very open-minded. Owens was subjected to homophobic abuse when refereeing England v New Zealand at Twickenham three years ago, after which two spectators were banned from the ground, while Tomillero quit then came back again and ended up under police protection. You can change the game and culture when you change your mind.

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Sometimes we don't get it right, and it can be hard to see your mistakes. Robbie de Santos, Head of Campaigns at Stonewall, said: It lets them know they're not alone and that they too can succeed in any career they choose. For those who are already refereeing in football or who would like to officiate in the future, and who are LGBT, Atkin is optimistic about the benefits of them being open about their sexuality. Referee Ryan Atkin has spoken to Sky Sports about his life and experiences as a gay man working in football, making him the sport's first publicly 'out' professional official in the UK. Referees and Rainbow Laces A gay footballer's story 'Toon rainbow flag shows we're United' 'Players can help highlight abuse'.

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