Today in 1964, a football match was organised between Yugoslavia and a UEFA team “Rest of Europe”.
Interview with researcher Bas Kortholt of Camp Westerbork Memorial Centre on football’s unique potential.
What moments in football history have we highlighted in the last month? How do they provide us with historical mirrors to the present?
Retelling the history of the women’s football in Northern Ireland offers us a view on how the game came, went and is here to stay.
During WWII Nazi Germany attacked the harbors of Belfast, destroying with them most of the stadium of Glentoran F.C.
Today in 1895, a football game was played as women were claiming equality in a patriarchal society.
Today, 27 January, is International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Educators can use the life stories of footballers to explore this painful past with the students.
The story of Chapecoense and how disasters involving football teams unite the world in sorrow.
Football in India arose from the presence of British troops, but the game that could unite, was later eclipsed by cricket. A local story from India.
Captain of Yugoslavia, a qualified doctor, killed in a Nazi concentration camp.