In women’s international football, teams from Western Europe dominate, while Central and Eastern European countries are absent. Roland Benedikter and Dariusz Wojtaszyn explore why women’s football apparently enjoys more success in Western than in Eastern Europe, and whether there is an appetite for change
Professor, Department of Modern History, Willy Brandt Centre for German and European Studies, University of Wrocław
In 2015 and 2020–2021 Dariusz was a visiting professor at the Institute of Sport Science, University of Vienna.
His research areas concern German-Polish relations after World War II, history, sociology and anthropology of sport in Europe, European history memories and international textbook research.
He is, inter alia, a Member of the Commission of Experts of the German Football Association, the International Society for the History of Physical Education and Sport and the Association Sport History/Sport Studies Austria.
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