Today, 29 September, is the day on which French female football pioneer Carmen Pomiès was born in 1900 and passed away in 1982.
Pioneer as the first Roma footballer in England’s national team.
Born in Basel he brought Albanian-Kosovar heritage to Swiss national team.
Captain of a pioneering Italian football team in 1933.
Born in exile, excelled in football and played for two national teams.
Teacher with a mission for football.
Leading and re-telling a story of France.
In cooperation with the festival “Forum on European Culture”, we spoke with author David Goldblatt about the value of football for Europe, taking historical perspectives.
On this day, 21 September, we look at how playing a game of football can contribute to peace by looking at the work of the NGO Childrens Football Alliance.
Playing football to help and cure other people.