Although there have only been ten female referees in the top leagues of men’s football in Europe over the last 30 years, seven of them are currently active.
On this day in 1981 a game that never happened took place. Or: How can counterfactual history help us shift perspectives?
Today in 1895, a football game was played as women were claiming equality in a patriarchal society.
Football clubs and fan groups can (re)tell the migration stories of players for education. Here is one transferable practice!
An educational resources that helps students develop historical empathy, using a theatre play on the history of women’s football.
March is women’s history month. Join us in celebrating Herstory in Football history.
Teach students about questions of identity, citizenship and multiculturalism by looking at national football teams across Western Europe.
Expand the knowledge of your students about migration and its push and pull factors through the example of football.
Learn about colonialism and migration by tracing the origins of French football players.
We made this documentary about the Milan-based football club St Ambreous. This is the story of why we wanted to retell this story, and how we did it.