A review of a recent novel which may open a window on the early days of women’s football in Italy.
Today in 1942, one of the most infamous matches in football history took place, in Nazi occupied Kiev.
During WWII Nazi Germany attacked the harbors of Belfast, destroying with them most of the stadium of Glentoran F.C.
Football was never a boys’ club: the story of a trailblazing woman in the stands.
“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.