Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
Soccer in the Middle East: an introduction
Race, Place and Soccer: Egypt, Morocco and ‘African’ identity in the competition to host the 2010 FIFA World Cup
Lopez, Shaun T.
Playing for identity and independence: the issue of Palestinian statehood and the role of FIFA
Duerr, Glen M.E.
A new heart for Turkish soccer: a virtue ethics diagnosis and treatment
Ilundáin-Agurruza, Jesús; Kuleli, Cem
The view from the stands: life among Istanbul’s soccer fanatics
Reshaping the national bounds through fandom: the UltrAslan of Galatasaray
Spring forward: female Muslim soccer players in Iraqi Kurdistan
A hobby or hobbling? Playing Palestinian women’s soccer in Israel
Stewart, Kenda R.
Coverage of sports news in Filastin, 1911–1948
Peace building? The coverage of Arab football players in the Hebrew sports media during the October 2000 riots
Walls and goals: the Israeli–Palestinian encounter in football films and literature
Lebanon: a country torn apart on the soccer pitch: James Montague
From Terso into Ultras: the 2011 Egyptian revolution and the radicalization of the soccer’s Ultra-Fans
Selections from Drumbeat by Mohamed El-Bisatie
Selections from Moon Over Samarqand by Mohamed Mansi Qandil
Life is More Beautiful Than Paradise: A Jihadist’s Own Story by Khaled Al-Berry
Diary entries written during the road to the 2006 Mundial – from the diary of Morad Fareed, Palestinian national team member