Freedom from Torture, Stonewall FC, the GayGooners and Arsenal staff took part in the annual Arsenal for Everyone trophy at Arsenal Training Centre on Thursday 4 June.
The competition was the final event in a season of initiatives designed to promote equality and diversity across the club.
Other activities this season have included the club's Arsenal for Everyone dedicated fixture against Hull City on Saturday, October 18 at Emirates Stadium. This included an invitation to the 'Headscarves to Football Scarves' initiative which aims to increase participation of south Asian women and girls in football.
Arsenal's match against Chelsea in April celebrated Level Playing Field's campaign for disabled supporters and work continued in the fight against homophobia in football through the Rainbow Laces campaign, working alongside the GayGooners supporters group, plus the successful continuation of a number of inclusive community programmes with schoolchildren and young adults which run week in, week out at the club.
The Arsenal for Everyone trophy, in its second year, saw some keenly contested matches with Arsenal staff emerging victorious with three victories in three games.
Arsenal Communications Director Mark Gonnella said: "The Arsenal for Everyone programme is an important part of what we stand for as a club. As this event shows, football brings people together in a unique way and can break down barriers."
The Arsenal for Everyone campaign was launched in 2008 as a celebration of the diversity of the Arsenal family. Through a number of initiatives undertaken by Arsenal in the Community and inside the club, Arsenal aims to ensure that everyone associated with the club feels an equal sense of belonging.