A review of a recent novel which may open a window on the early days of women’s football in Italy.
Today in 1964, a football match was organised between Yugoslavia and a UEFA team “Rest of Europe”.
This article is the result of a webinar series from EuroClio which tackled football and social issues to explore how football history and society intertwine.
Palmeiras is now one of the most victorious teams of Brazil and South America. Its “immigrant” name gives us a window in the past.
Today in 1916, the US Soccer team played their first international football match. In the Olympic Stadium of Stockholm they beat their Swedish hosts 3 – 2.
There is a lot to be discovered about women’s football history despite the limited evidence available.
On this day in 1930, the first ever World Cup got underway in Uruguay. It marked a special period in the development of nationalism.
What was so special about the penalty scored in EURO 1976 Finals?
Artist Ángel Zárraga caused a storm in the conservative climate of Dutch Football.
What moments in football history have we highlighted in the last month? How do they provide us with historical mirrors to the present?