Player who commanded Hannover-Ahlem, a Nazi concentration camp.
Creating opportunities for blind people to enjoy football.
A German-Polish star in the Polish team, and then a player for the Third Reich.
The European coach from Austria who built bridges.
She challenged cultural norms, but was killed a collaborator in war-torn France.
Football player in resistance to fascism.
He captained France in the 1930 World Cup, but was executed in 1944 as a war criminal.
A Jewish woman who fell in love with a footballer and escaped the Holocaust.
On this day in 1946 Hans Laurenzen and Sett Randlem pioneered Goalball. But football for the visually impaired has older historical roots.
As the UEFA 2020 European Championships got pushed ahead one year, the team of Football Makes History will provide you with a 365-day #onthisday series of posts to help all fans out there to go back in time, think, and reflect.