Rapid Bucharest: the challenge to power of Grivița’s railwaymen
Gary Lineker: More than a Tweet
“We played for 95.000 people but came home to a ban”
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
September 24, 2023
AEK Athens fans and their deep anti fascist identity
The Match when Tito Died
A to Z
Entertainment tax and football history
Archival documents about the so-called entertainment tax are an interesting and surprising source for research into football history.
Football in Lebanon: a mirror of society?
For years, fans were banned from attending matches. Politicians believed that the sectarian-driven clashes in the stadiums might take Lebanon to another civil war.
One full schoolweek on football and Europe?
This article co-written by students narrates the football and society related activities organised by a school for an entire week.
A plea for inclusion
From the example of Goalball, we look at some broader issues with inclusion and equality in sport.
Social layers in a Netflix drama ‘Club de Cuervos’
Review of a drama show to help students discuss societal issues.
On This Day
Class war on the football pitch
The story of how the working class fought for their right to play football in Norway.
On This Day
1. Deutscher Damenfußballclub 2 – 1 Dick, Kerr Ladies
On this day in 1981 a game that never happened took place. Or: How can counterfactual history help us shift perspectives?
A system of push and pull
Expand the knowledge of your students about migration and its push and pull factors through the example of football.
World War 1 in one life
A story of a professional footballer who died at the battle of the Somme in 1916.
December in Football
Waiting for UEFA2020, we provided you with a 365-day #onthisday series of posts. Here is what you enjoyed reading in December!
Parr: A Life of Football
The story of Lily Parr sketches out the earlier days of female football in England and beyond.
November in Football
Waiting for UEFA2020, we provided you with a 365-day #onthisday series of posts. Here is what you enjoyed reading in November!
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