André Kamperveen and Paul Bhagwandas were both coaches of the national team in Suriname. Kamperveen was a victim of the December Murders, Bhagwandas a perpetrator.
The controversial life of the former Russian footballer who did not put up with the Revolution of 1917.
This article tells two stories of famous Portuguese players born in Africa, and can be useful for reflecting on the relationship between colonialism, nationalism and identity.
At the 1938 football World Cup in France, the team representing the Dutch East Indies played Hungary.
How did football evolve over time in both the Congo and Belgium? How has football (environments) been used beyond playing a sport? This is a learning activity to help students explore these topics.
Students can explore 19th and 20th century global history through the cultural spread of the game.
Global and local travels of an African football pioneer.
Football in India arose from the presence of British troops, but the game that could unite, was later eclipsed by cricket. A local story from India.
Christian Karembeu’s experience is an example of colonial and economic migration.
Walter Tull was a pioneering Black footballer and a soldier.
Andrew was the first black player in international football. His story is one of colonial migration and education.
On this day, Euro2020 would have almost reached the finals. The French team gives us the opportunity to look at national identity and migration.