My pupils could not imagine
My pupils could not imagine that by learning about Eintracht Frankfurt, they can gain historical thinking skills and develop empathy.
– Martin Liepach (high school teacher in Frankfurt)
We offer teachers in schools ready-made and transferable learning activities on European Football History that address social inclusion and promote diversity in the classroom. These resources are designed to help tackle rising intolerance and engage students in an innovative and meaningful manner.
We also develop a toolkit for using historical and cultural heritage dimensions of football to enhance social inclusion and promote diversity in non-formal settings. The toolkit is a user-friendly and practical collection of exemplar approaches to use with guidance on how to use them for youth workers and other educators involved in non-formal education.
The toolkit, lead by the Fare Network, will be available to browse and download here in 2021.
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An interactive activity connecting football affiliations with personal identity in various historical contexts.
History teacher Zdravko Stojkoski developed this lesson plan with a visual approach to teaching post-war European history through football competitions
A multimedia activity connecting the performances of football teams and the fame of players to economic inequalities and capitalism.
A dynamic activity with a mini football match to show students the relationship between foreign policy and football.
What if you could teach history through the lens of your local club? This is a ready-to-use lesson plan for history and citizenship educators to help address local social, political and economic history of the early 20th century as well everyday life in that period.
This Toolkit is part of Fare’s #footballpeople campaign, this campaign challenges discrimination and promotes inclusive values and practices.
An educational game about dealing with discrimination and confronts young people with their own choices. The players get to react to discrimination and have the choice to either let it happen or do something about it. The game developed by the Anne Frank House is available in several languages.
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.
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