Playing football to help and cure other people.
From a mixed central European background to a Barcelona and Spain legend.
Creating opportunities for blind people to enjoy football.
Selected to play for England in 1925, but discriminated away.
From mining to a goal scoring, but ending in misery and suicide.
Today in 1966, England won the World Cup. This represented a key moment of change, both in post-war Britain and for the post-colonial politics unfolding across the globe.
“Nettie” was a pioneer of women’s football. Her story is about diversity, equality and education.
In this article history teacher Denver Charles from Northern Ireland, talks about his experience using football history in his lessons.
Though a legendary goalscorer, he never earned more than £20 per week. His story is about identity and education.
On this day in 2016, Iceland’s football men lost to France at the European Championship. It ended an amazing run for the team which had not yet reached such heights. This is a story of a small nation in a bigger Europe.