“Action Argentina”, or when a Dutch cabaret group protested the participation of the Dutch team in the 1978 World Cup in Argentina.
A story of a Spanish footballer turned Communist leader, where football and history intertwine across borders.
Cultural soul in pre-war Vienna, killed in the Holocaust.
Captain of Yugoslavia, a qualified doctor, killed in a Nazi concentration camp.
Left the football pitch behind to fight for ideology in the sky.
Player who commanded Hannover-Ahlem, a Nazi concentration camp.
Helmut Klopfleisch was a Hertha fan but found him at the wrong side of the wall.
Ernst Kuzorra was a star player for Schalke. His story is about migration, identity and education.
Asbjorn Halvorsen played for SV Hamburg and was regarded as a footballing hero in Germany. Still, he spent time in a German concentration camp.
On this day, 20 June 2020, France was supposed to play a Euro2020 game in the city of Budapest. The Euro2020 tournament is postponed for one year, which gives us a chance to go into the history of the European Nations Cup, which is full of remarkable stories and people. This is the story of the first tournament. It is a story about the legacy of the Cold War.