Activism on the pitch has many faces. Here are some team captains who wear their colours on their armbands.
An opera about community, collective action, local stories and football.
How is the gender pay gap reflected in women’s football and what can be done to change it? How do we help students reflect on this?
Through examples from football, we can encourage students to think out of the box on complex issues such as equality and inclusion, and ask thought-provoking questions.
Teaching students about gender inequality in football and the ethics of advertisements by analyzing image sources.
A review of a recent novel which may open a window on the early days of women’s football in Italy.
This article is the result of a webinar series from EuroClio which tackled football and social issues to explore how football history and society intertwine.
There is a lot to be discovered about women’s football history despite the limited evidence available.
Artist Ángel Zárraga caused a storm in the conservative climate of Dutch Football.
Retelling the history of the women’s football in Northern Ireland offers us a view on how the game came, went and is here to stay.