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Origins and Birth of “the Europe of football”

Ano

2016

Páginas

144

Editora

Routledge

Resumen

‘The Europe of football’ is one of the aspects of the history of European integration that has generated the smallest amount of academic research. However, the successive invention of sporting traditions with a European calling since the Belle Epoque, followed by the creation of various European cups during the interwar constitute at the same time an original form of ‘Europe-building’ and a lasting contribution to the creation of a European space and spirit.

The target of the authors in this book is to look back on the genesis of European competitions that leads to the creation of the European cups now organised by UEFA. It also seeks to show how football has made possible the setting up of a partially transnational space through sports journalism.

Lastly, through the study of the mobility and connections of football’s actors, the different chapters will also try to identify the various phases of football’s Europeanisation process on the old continent. It will lay strong emphasis on the anthropological, cultural, economic, political and social aspects of this history, notably the production of body techniques, representations, emblematic figures, consumption habits and their role in the larger context of international relations. This book was previously published as a special issue of Sport in History.

Sinopse

1. The origins and birth of ‘l’Europe du football’
Paul Dietschy

2. What is an international match? French football clubs and the earliest ‘international matches’
Geoff Hare

3. Did a ‘Europe of Football’ Exist in the 1930s?
Paul Dietschy

4. Switzerland – a stronghold in European football, 1930–1954?
Grégory Quin and Philippe Vonnard

5. East Germany and the Europeanisation of football
Alan McDougall

6. Turkey and the Europe of football
Özgehan Senyuva and Sevecen Tunç

7. A brief moment of Latinity? France, Italy and the Latin Cup 1949–1957
Stéphane Mourlane

8. The Balkan Cups as a vector of European integration, 1929–1994
Xavier Breuil and Pompiliu-Nicolae Constantin

9. The Racing Club vs. Arsenal matches, 1930–1962: A Franco-British ritual, European games or football lessons?
Michaël Delépine

Referência

DIETSCHY, Paul. (Org.). Origins and Birth of “the Europe of football”. Londres: Routledge, 2016.
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