Arsenal players Theo Walcott, Olivier Giroud, Mikel Arteta, Santi Cazorla and Alx Oxlade-Chamberlain star in a cool video by the English Premier League team that combats homophobia in soccer.

They all talk about things they can't change about themselves, with Giroud (photo above) saying, "I can't change that I'm gorgeous." The punchline is that players can change the game and are lacing up with rainbow laces to kick homophobia out of football.

There are no openly gay EPL players. Earlier this week, Mark McAdam, a British soccer TV reporter came out as gay, saying: "The reason no Premier League footballer has come out is because of the fear… and the football clubs know billions and billions of pounds are at stake."

About himself, McAdam says: "I watch football, I watch the darts, I sit around and scratch my bollocks and piss on the toilet seat. And I'm gay."

Watch Arsenal's video: