This article co-written by students narrates the football and society related activities organised by a school for an entire week.
Sports is a mirror of society. American history teacher bridges the two in his history classes.
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.
A class of high school history students in Oslo was asked to create an ideal starting XI line-up based on Human Rights. Find out why and how it went.
Engage young people through Football Makes History’s own Guidebook and Toolkit for promoting social inclusion in formal education or Non-formal settings
Telling the history of a city through football stories: a celebration of Amsterdam.
Italian history teacher adapted a lesson plan made in Iceland and took it several centuries back.
A review of educational material which covers exclusion, persecution and annihilation through real-life examples from the past
Helping students define nationalism by looking at photos of football matches and reflecting on the main expressions of it in the stadiums.
How is the gender pay gap reflected in women’s football and what can be done to change it? How do we help students reflect on this?
How did football evolve over time in both the Congo and Belgium? How has football (environments) been used beyond playing a sport? This is a learning activity to help students explore these topics.
Students can explore 19th and 20th century global history through the cultural spread of the game.