Football was never a boys’ club: the story of a trailblazing woman in the stands.
Love’s the only engine of survival: the story of La Raulito’s passion for Boca Juniors
Although there have only been ten female referees in the top leagues of men’s football in Europe over the last 30 years, seven of them are currently active.
Learning activity teaching students historical causality by assessing the role of the 1990 “Maksimir riots” in the unfolding of the Yugoslav Wars.
Teach students about questions of identity, citizenship and multiculturalism by looking at national football teams across Western Europe.
Paving the way for transgenders in professional football
Learn about colonialism and migration by tracing the origins of French football players.
A learning activity that encourages students to use football badges as primary sources and learn about historical legacies in the club logos.
The story of Chapecoense and how disasters involving football teams unite the world in sorrow.
Dutch football referee Leo Horn, born in 1916, was a resistance fighter during the Second World War, all the while hiding his Jewish identity.