Have World Cup Team become more diverse over time?

Mar 4, 2020

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An analysis on 4.761 footballers

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.

Explore their data, findings and conclusions in this article in Comparative Migration Studies.

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