Rapid Bucharest: the challenge to power of Grivița’s railwaymen
Gary Lineker: More than a Tweet
“We played for 95.000 people but came home to a ban”
Helmut “Sonny” Sonneberg
The Right to Play
Why Teach Football History?
Football: A People’s History of Europe?
We. We are the best
Equal Pay for Equal Play
Football, Colonialism, and Migration
September 24, 2023
AEK Athens fans and their deep anti fascist identity
The Match when Tito Died
A to Z
On This Day
When God was Bulgarian
Today in 1993, one football match connected a rooster, Bulgaria and God.
A plea for inclusion
From the example of Goalball, we look at some broader issues with inclusion and equality in sport.
Social layers in a Netflix drama ‘Club de Cuervos’
Review of a drama show to help students discuss societal issues.
Football at the Concentration Camp
Interview with researcher Bas Kortholt of Camp Westerbork Memorial Centre on football’s unique potential.
What you think you know about football is wrong
Enter a journey along known, and less well-known stories in football history. Dr. Kevin Moore’s work will be good with students too!
Fergus Sutter was one of the first (semi)professional footballers, playing against aristocratic players. A story of origins.
Netflix’ “The English Game” Useful for History Teaching
Netflix original series "The English Game" reviewed by three history teachers from three countries.
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