Helping students define nationalism by looking at photos of football matches and reflecting on the main expressions of it in the stadiums.
Several football clubs have to play away from their home because of war and conflict. This article will look at some of those clubs.
Today in 1942, one of the most infamous matches in football history took place, in Nazi occupied Kiev.
On this day in 1930, the first ever World Cup got underway in Uruguay. It marked a special period in the development of nationalism.
Learning activity teaching students historical causality by assessing the role of the 1990 “Maksimir riots” in the unfolding of the Yugoslav Wars.
Teach students about questions of identity, citizenship and multiculturalism by looking at national football teams across Western Europe.
Waiting for UEFA2020, we provided you with a 365-day #onthisday series of posts. Here is what you enjoyed reading in December!
Linking the history of Spain, football and nationalism through a world-famous example of Real Madrid - Barcelona rivalry.
In 1878 Lewandowski would have played for Russia. This learning activity helps students learn about identities and changed borders by taking the EURO2016 teams back to 1871 and 1922.
Waiting for UEFA2020, we provided you with a 365-day #onthisday series of posts. Here is what you enjoyed reading in November!
A lesson plan putting the Spanish Civil War and football in perspective.
A dynamic activity with a mini football match to show students the relationship between foreign policy and football.