A People’s History of Football


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‘A fascinating journey through the game’s history [as] a vehicle of change’ Shaka Hislop’Correia takes us around the world to examine how football has produced the kind of political energy that can change minds and even topple governments’ Dave Zirin’An essential read for football fans everywhere’ Juliet JacquesFootball is so much more than the billionaire owners and eye-watering signing fees that dominate the headlines. Look beyond the Premiership and the World Cup, the sublime brilliance of Messi and Mbappe, and you’ll find a story unparalleled in the world of sport. From England, France and Germany to Palestine, South Africa and Brazil, A People’s History of Football reveals how the ‘beautiful game’ has been a powerful instrument of emancipation for workers, feminists, anti-colonialist activists, young people and protesters around the world.