Neil Carter will deliver the fifth lecture in the Football 150 series on Wednesday 15th May at the National Football Museum. His lecture will focus on Herbert Chapman and the rise of the football manager. The lecture will begin at 1pm and is free and open to all.
See you there!
The provisional schedule for the Football 150 conference has now been released. To view a copy, please visit the ‘Schedule’ page of this website. Please note that the details and timings of this schedule are subject to change.
One-day tickets for the conference are also available to purchase – for more information, see: http://football150conference.eventbrite.co.uk
Come along to the National Football Museum on Wednesday 17th April for the fourth lecture in the Football 150 series. This week Dr Jean Williams from De Montfort University will be presenting on the history of women’s football.
The lecture will begin at 1pm and is open to all, free of charge. See you there!
Don’t forget that the third lecture in the Football 150 series will take place on Wednesday 20 March at the National Football Museum. The lecture will be given by Dr. Iain Adams and will focus on football during World War One.
Lectures start at 1pm and are free and open to all. Hope to see you there!
The Call for Papers is now closed. Thanks to everyone who submitted an abstract for the conference – all submissions will be monitored over the next two weeks and entrants will be informed of the outcome via email as soon as possible. No further submissions will be considered at this point.
Only one week to go until the end of the Call for Papers for Football 150 – please send your abstracts of 200 words to Jane Clayton at firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight on 25th February 2013. Due to the moderation process, we can’t accept any papers submitted after this date.
Also, don’t forget that the second lecture in the Football 150 series will take place at 1pm on Wednesday 20th February at the National Football Museum, Manchester. It is free to attend and the lectures are open to all. Hope to see you there!
There are only 25 days until the Call for Papers closes – don’t forget to submit your abstract of 200 words by Monday 25th February.