Two players, two destinies
The Political Pitch
Recalling a Golden Era for the Miners
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
March 1, 2024
AEK Athens fans and their deep anti fascist identity
A to Z
A to Z
Arthur, Lord Kinnaird
Arthur, Lord Kinnaird was a footballing Pioneer.
Fergus Sutter was one of the first (semi)professional footballers, playing against aristocratic players. A story of origins.
On This Day
Global Game! Green Game?
Today in 2015, the Paris Climate Accords were agreed. This article reminds us of football’s industrial origins and provides some perspective to the future.
Local football history closest to school teaching
A conversation with Football Makes History developer Geir Ove Halvorsen, a teacher at a secondary school in Norway, about his experience using football history, connecting local and global perspectives in his lessons.
Helen was one of the founding figures of the women’s game. She was a suffragist and a campaigner for women’s rights. She was the first woman to set up the stall for serious women's football.
Netflix’ “The English Game” Useful for History Teaching
Netflix original series "The English Game" reviewed by three history teachers from three countries.
"Nettie" was a pioneer of women's football. Her story is about diversity, equality and education.
North vs South. The Italian football division
A multimedia activity connecting the performances of football teams and the fame of players to economic inequalities and capitalism.
Spreading football at the Adriatic coast.
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