A round up of the reaction to Tuesday's screening at Sky HQ
On Tuesday 28 February, Brentford FC and Sky Sports teamed up to host a showing of Wonderkid. A whole host of guests gathered at Sky HQ in West London to watch a special screening of the film followed by a panel discussion on homophobia in football. This is a round up of some of the coverage the night received online.
The evening event was pushed across all of Brentford FC's social media channels from Instagram to Snapchat, but it was also highlighted by guests and staff on and after the night in Osterley.
In the news
GetWestLondon were one of the media organisations represented on Tuesday by regular Brentford corrrespondent Tom Moore. He spoke to Romaine Sawyers about the film and the problems football faces overall.
"I think, like a few people on the panel said, football is a powerful industry and can change opinions," Romaine told Tom. The full story is available here.
Sky Sports also ran a piece on the evening, which can be seen on Brentford's YouTube channel.
Rhys Chapman's short film addresses one of football's biggest problems, homophobia, through the story of a young footballer who feels like he is being forced to hide his sexuality from the public.