We are living in a period characterized by significant financial changes in the field of women’s football and some others will continue to come.
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.
What if your students could talk with someone who has been hurt by a football chant, asking them why and analysing the chant with them?
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.
History uses Football Makes History is the classroom to teach about equality and let’s students decide!
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.
Paving the way for transgenders in professional football.
On this day, 11th October, in 2005, football star George Weah ran for the office of president of Liberia.
For decades, football was seen as a white male dominant industry.
Thomas Hitzlsperger came out as an openly gay man.