Chick-Fil-A and former NFL players Michael Anthony Munoz and Jim Breech have sponsored a golf outing to benefit a group opposed to gay rights.

Pro Football Hall of Famer Munoz and 2-time Super Bowl player Breech are the main draw behind the Citizens for Community Values' 24th annual Golf Classic taking place at Glenview Golf Course in Cincinnati, Ohio on September 6.

The former football players will most likely play a round of golf on a team sponsored by Trinity Debt Management, the Cincinnati-based debt counseling company, a CCV representative said. Trinity paid $10,000 to become the event's master sponsor, which gives the company first dibs on adding Munoz and Breech to their teams.

The CCV is “officially associated” with Christian conservative groups the Family Research Council (FRC), Focus on the Family and the American Family Association (AFA), reported. All 3 groups are vocally opposed to gay rights.

On its website, the CCV states, “We believe that homosexual behavior is unhealthy and destructive to the individual, to families, and thus to communities and to society as a whole,” and calls on members to “join us in resisting, on every front, the organized effort to normalize homosexual behavior in our society.”

In January, Chick-Fil-A came under fire for sponsoring a marriage seminar associated with the anti-gay marriage group Pennsylvania Family Institute, prompting President Dan Cathy to announce that the Georgia-based company was dropping its support for such groups.

“Chick-Fil-A's Corporate Purpose is 'To glorify God by being a faithful steward of all that is entrusted to us, and to have a positive influence on all who come in contact with Chick-Fil-A.' As a result, we will not champion any political agendas on marriage and family. This decision has been made, and we understand the importance of it,” Cathy said in a statement.

However, the CCV lists Chick-Fil-A as the $2,000 lunch sponsor for its Golf Classic. A representative also told On Top Magazine that the company had donated food for the event's luncheon. (It wasn't clear whether the chicken restaurant chain had donated food in place of money.) Cincinnati-based BBQ restaurant Jim Dandy's is the event's dinner sponsor.