Through examples from football, we can encourage students to think out of the box on complex issues such as equality and inclusion, and ask thought-provoking questions.
What if your students could talk with someone who has been hurt by a football chant, asking them why and analysing the chant with them?
Teaching students about gender inequality in football and the ethics of advertisements by analyzing image sources.
Review of a drama show to help students discuss societal issues.
There is a lot to be discovered about women’s football history despite the limited evidence available.
Interview with researcher Bas Kortholt of Camp Westerbork Memorial Centre on football’s unique potential.
History uses Football Makes History is the classroom to teach about equality and let’s students decide!
Where are the women’s football quartet cards?
Teaching students about the causes of football hooliganism through the analysis of case studies and development of potential solutions.
On this day in 1981 a game that never happened took place. Or: How can counterfactual history help us shift perspectives?