He did not celebrate any great sporting successes for Eintracht but for football fans, he was nevertheless an outstanding representative.
In an industrial city in Sweden, an Assyrian football club created by immigrant workers revived an ancient past.
André Kamperveen and Paul Bhagwandas were both coaches of the national team in Suriname. Kamperveen was a victim of the December Murders, Bhagwandas a perpetrator.
The Reinwardt Academy hosted partners in Football Makes History to look ahead and think how football can contribute to society with novel approaches to heritage.
Setting the standard for the game in Germany, but then erased from history.
A review of educational material which covers exclusion, persecution and annihilation through real-life examples from the past
Students can explore 19th and 20th century global history through the cultural spread of the game.
How to study the impact of national law and policies on everyday life? This resource helps students investigate how the Racial Laws in Italy impacted sport.
Today in 1993, one football match connected a rooster, Bulgaria and God.
FC United is a documentary about racism in Belgium and gives much needed voice to the affected.
Today in 1964, a football match was organised between Yugoslavia and a UEFA team “Rest of Europe”.
Interview with researcher Bas Kortholt of Camp Westerbork Memorial Centre on football’s unique potential.