Are you looking for historical football-related sources - in particular stunning visuals from the collected European archival record - this is the place to go. Find out more by visiting the mini-exhibition on the Europeana’s website and browse away!
In 1878 Lewandowski would have played for Russia. This learning activity helps students learn about identities and changed borders by taking the EURO2016 teams back to 1871 and 1922.
Researchers of the Sport and Nation Programme at Erasmus University Rotterdam conducted an analysis on 4.761 footballers, derived from the fifteen national teams that competed in at least ten editions of the World Cup between 1930 and 2018, which comprises of 301 foreign-born football players.
Teach students about questions of identity, citizenship and multiculturalism by looking at national football teams across Western Europe.
A lesson plan putting the Spanish Civil War and football in perspective.
A dynamic activity with a mini football match to show students the relationship between foreign policy and football.
In the wake of the 2015 migration peak, activists and volunteers across Europe have been involved in supporting refugees, sometimes with the simple act of offering space and friendship to participate in football through grassroots clubs to help newcomers integrate.