1. Introduction: Football Memory in a European Perspective
2. How are Football Games Remembered? Idioms of Memory in Modern Football
3. Negotiating the Cold War? Perspectives in Memory Research on UEFA, the Early European Football Competitions and the European Nations Cups
4. UEFA Football Competitions as European Sites of Memory — Cups of Identity?
5. The Contribution of Real Madrid’s First Five European Cups to the Emergence of a Common Football Space
Borja García-García, Ramón Llopis-Goig, Agustín Martín
6. Football and the European Collective Memory in Britain: The Case of the 1960 European Cup Final
7. Erecting a European ‘Lieu de mémoire’? Media Coverage of the 1966 World Cup and French Discussions about the ‘Wembley Goal’
Jean Christophe Meyer
8. George Best, a European Symbol, a European Hero?
9. Heysel and its Symbolic Value in Europe’s Collective Memory
10. Football Sites of Memory in the Eastern Bloc 1945–1991
11. Rituals and Practices of Memorial Culture in Football