Selected to play for England in 1925, but discriminated away.
Playing with strength, forgotten and rediscovered as a pioneer.
From female football star of the 1920’s to a memory icon.
Player who set out a path for the development of football.
For decades, football was seen as a white male dominant industry.
Pioneering women’s football in Germany in 1930.
Football represents a large cultural space in society. It is not isolated from political developments. How have football players used this space to achieve their social goals?
Hugo Meisl was the mastermind of the Wunderteam. His story is about diversity and migration.
Fergus Sutter was one of the first (semi)professional footballers, playing against aristocratic players. A story of origins.
Edith Klinger was an enthusiastic promoter of women’s football in Austria. But in 1938 the women’s game came to a full stop. Her story is one about politics and discrimination.