Towards a europeanization of football? : historical phases in the evolution of the UEFA European Football Championship: Europäisierung des Fußballs? : historische Phasen in der Entwicklung der UEFA Fußball-Europameisterschaft

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title = "Towards a europeanization of football? : historical phases in the evolution of the UEFA European Football Championship: Europ{\"a}isierung des Fu{\ss}balls? : historische Phasen in der Entwicklung der UEFA Fu{\ss}ball-Europameisterschaft",
abstract = "In the last three decades, the importance of European football has grown considerably, both for national teams and for clubs. Today, European Championships and team competitions such as the UEFA Champions League attract nearly as much attention as the World Cup – even beyond the European continent. This historical overview shows the divergent and heavily disputed origins of Europe‐wide national football competitions and traces the phases of the European tournaments. Particular attention is given to the driving forces and ideas that have influenced this trend. As a key issue, this overview explores how far this trend has led to the {\textquoteleft}Europeanization{\textquoteright} of football. Verf.-Referat",
keywords = "Europa, Europameisterschaft, Fu{\ss}ballspiel, Profisport, Sportgeschichte, Sportsoziologie, UEFA, Zuschauer",
author = "J{\"u}rgen Mittag and Benjamin Legrand",
note = "Abingdon",
year = "2010",
language = "English",
volume = "11",
pages = "709--722",
journal = "Soccer and Society",
issn = "1466-0970",
publisher = "Routledge",

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Towards a europeanization of football? : historical phases in the evolution of the UEFA European Football Championship

T2 - Europäisierung des Fußballs? : historische Phasen in der Entwicklung der UEFA Fußball-Europameisterschaft

AU - Mittag, Jürgen

AU - Legrand, Benjamin

N1 - Abingdon

PY - 2010

Y1 - 2010

N2 - In the last three decades, the importance of European football has grown considerably, both for national teams and for clubs. Today, European Championships and team competitions such as the UEFA Champions League attract nearly as much attention as the World Cup – even beyond the European continent. This historical overview shows the divergent and heavily disputed origins of Europe‐wide national football competitions and traces the phases of the European tournaments. Particular attention is given to the driving forces and ideas that have influenced this trend. As a key issue, this overview explores how far this trend has led to the ‘Europeanization’ of football. Verf.-Referat

AB - In the last three decades, the importance of European football has grown considerably, both for national teams and for clubs. Today, European Championships and team competitions such as the UEFA Champions League attract nearly as much attention as the World Cup – even beyond the European continent. This historical overview shows the divergent and heavily disputed origins of Europe‐wide national football competitions and traces the phases of the European tournaments. Particular attention is given to the driving forces and ideas that have influenced this trend. As a key issue, this overview explores how far this trend has led to the ‘Europeanization’ of football. Verf.-Referat

KW - Europa

KW - Europameisterschaft

KW - Fußballspiel

KW - Profisport

KW - Sportgeschichte

KW - Sportsoziologie

KW - UEFA

KW - Zuschauer

M3 - Journal articles

VL - 11

SP - 709

EP - 722

JO - Soccer and Society

JF - Soccer and Society

SN - 1466-0970

ER -

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