In this chapter, we draw on our different biographies to explore the links between theories of sexualities and genders, and anti-homophobic, anti-transphobic and anti-biphobic intervention within UK University footballing contexts. We focus on the aim to ‘make a difference’ when it comes to challenging social divisions and inequalities vis-à-vis Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI). The chapter starts with a depiction of the project: Football 4 Peace (F4P) v Homophobia, and the connections between the initiative, the authors and student involvement. The first main section considers the potential to ‘make a difference’. In other words, the possibilities to interpolate a public sociology/pedagogy of anti-discrimination into student sporting/footballing practice. The second main section appraises levels of intervention to gain a view of how the project contests heteronormativity. Through performative pedagogy and aspirations to engage students and a broader public, we conclude that F4P v Homophobia successfully contests homophobia, biphobia and transphobia; and that it offers an example of intervention that seeks social transformation of attitudes and behaviours towards marginalised sexualities.