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Literature review

1- Football and migrants – an old story

Wednesday 16 October 2019

Football has always been closely linked to the phenomenon of migration. Since the invention of modern football in England in 1863, humans have been “moving with the ball”, as Matthew Taylor and Pierre Lanfranchi recall in the title of their book published in 2001. And the ball moved very quickly itself, in the suitcases of businessmen and engineers, entrepreneurs and teachers from the British Isles, but also very soon from Switzerland and Central Europe, who spread the game around the world. The fast dissemination of football was greatly helped by the globalisation wave of the end of the 19th century....

1- Football and migrants – an old story

1- Football and migrants – an old story

Wednesday 16 October 2019

Football has always been closely linked to the phenomenon...

4- Football and social inclusion – what does research say?

4- Football and social inclusion – what does research say?

Wednesday 16 October 2019

This is the title of the ethnographic Report on...

2- The current state of migration to Europe

2- The current state of migration to Europe

Wednesday 16 October 2019

Between 2015 and 2018, according to figures published by...

3- Football’s contribution to social inclusion

3- Football’s contribution to social inclusion

Wednesday 16 October 2019

Football is a simple game that is accessible to...