Dates

On this page you will find all the dates from our offer relating to UEFA EURO 2024.

In addition, all memorial sites also offer a varied programme apart from football.
All information can be found on the memorial websites.

 

Exhibitions:

Date

Place

Event

Further information

Date

23/05/2024 - 31/07/2024
10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Place

Sport Museum Berlin

Berlin

Event

Sports, Mass Appeal, Power: Football Under National Socialism | Exhibition
Accompanying the UEFA Euro 2024 is the exhibition “Sport. Masses. Power. Football in National Socialism” was shown in the Olympic Park in Berlin. It addresses how sport was used during National Socialism to establish the so-called national community. The exhibition tells the story of persecuted sportsmen and women and destroyed careers. It also shows how people in fan groups and clubs work to ensure that football can be a sport for everyone – without discrimination.

DE EN

Further information

Im Lichthof, Haus des Deutschen Sports, Olympiapark Berlin

The exhibition is open every day but is closed on match days of UEFA EURO 2024 in Berlin.

 

Date

01/06/2024 - 03/11/2024

Place

The Nazi Forced Labor Documentation Center

Berlin

Event

The whole of Europe played in Berlin. Football and Nazi forced labour | Exhibition
Football matches gave the appearance of normality. But who was allowed to play and who was excluded? Many players came from a little-known group of victims: The civilian forced labourers. The exhibition shows their stories and the racist ideology that underpinned the system.

DE EN

Further information

Book tours at
el.diBrp-@duiogatohgSepnW
Contact on the topic of football and forced labour
proe.dGtgpeotihe@parep

Date

08/06/2024 - 14/07/2024
Geschichtsort Stadthaus: Mon–Sat 10:00 a.m – 5:00 p.m
Mahnmal St. Nikolai: Wed–Mon 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m


Place

Foundation of Hamburg Memorials and Learning Centres Commemorating the Victims of Nazi Crimes

Hamburg

Event

Hamburg football under National Socialism – insights into a history that was romanticised for decades | Exhibition

DE EN CS

Further information

Geschichtsort Stadthaus, Stadthausbrücke 6, 20355 Hamburg
Mahnmal St. Nikolai - Museum, Willy-Brandt-Str. 60, 20457 Hamburg

Further information here

Date

14/03/2024 - 09/07/2024

Place

Memorial Steinwache

Dortmund

Event

Prelude to terror - Early concentration camps under National Socialism | Exhibition
The early concentration camps marked the beginning of terror. At eleven themed stations, the exhibition sheds light on the role and function of the early concentration camps. Using biographies of those persecuted and the perpetrators, it shows how these camps contributed to the establishment and protection of National Socialist rule.

DE

Further information

For more information, click here.

Contact: +49 231 50-25002, t@d.sradtda-eituvdrhddaontsoctm

Date

14/06/2024 - 14/07/2024

Place

Mittelbau-Dora Memorial

Event

In four or five hour methodically structured tours of the memorial, football fans get to know the historical site and deal with the history of forced labour and the underground relocation of armaments production as well as the embedding of the camps in Nazi society.

DE

Further information

edrmno.rodaoiftni@a
+49 (0)3631 495 820

Date

15/6/2024 – 14/7/2024

Place

Memorial Museum Wewelsburg

Event

More than just a game - football under National Socialism | Exhibition
A themed tour focuses on football in the period 1933-1945. It is about adaptation, exclusion and instrumentalisation. At the end there is an excursus on various forms of racism in football stadiums today and on the various actions taken by fan initiatives and football associations against it.

DE EN

Further information

Kreismuseum Wewelsburg
Erinnerungs- und Gedenkstätte Wewelsburg 1933 – 1945
Burgwall 19
33142 Büren-Wewelsburg
 
Tel. 02955 7622-0
E-Mail: d.eufbelwe@ogrsniw

For more information, click here.

Date

Permanent

Place

Buchenwald Memorial

Event

Football and Buchenwald | Exhibition
Based on the outdoor exhibition created especially for the EURO, the themed tour takes visitors to various Buchenwald sites that shed light on football under National Socialism: Persecuted club officials and footballers, games in the camp and SS teams taking part in “normal” matches.

DE EN

Further information

Meeting point: Information at the Buchenwald Memorial

For more information, click here.

Date

Permanent

Place

The Nazi Forced Labor Documentation Center

Berlin

Event

Football and Nazi forced labour | Tour
Football was an important distraction for forced laborers during the Second World War from the hard work of everyday life and offered an opportunity for resistance. People from Eastern Europe were banned from sports for racist reasons. The tour provides insights into the inhumane system of forced labour.

DE EN

Further information

Book tours at
el.diBrp-@duiogatohgSepnW
Contact on the topic of football and forced labour
proe.dGtgpeotihe@parep

Date

Permanent

Place

FC Schalke 04

Gelsenkirchen

Event

Searching for clues – Jewish fates at Schalke under National Socialism | Tour
Schalke 04 was as successful in the Third Reich as Bayern Munich is today. But how did his Jewish players, officials and supporters fare? A search for traces tells the story of the district club and the exclusion, persecution and destruction of those who lived next door to it.

DE

Date

Permanent

Place

Gestapokeller and Augustaschacht Memorials

Event

“From a place of celebration to a place of injustice” – forced labour camps on football and sports fields
The EVZ-funded project researches the history of Nazi forced labour camps on sports fields in a participatory manner. Their history will be made visible on a digital map that will be published at the end of 2024 and will contain various, playful, discovery-based approaches as well as educational offers.

DE EN

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

Permanent
Tue - Thu: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m
Fri - Sat: 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Place

Leipzig Nazi Forced Labour Memorial

Leipzig

Event

Permanent exhibition
Leipzig was an important armaments and business location before and during the Second World War. Between 1939 and 1945, around 75,000 men and women, girls and boys from all parts of Europe were forced to work there, and from 1943 onwards, concentration camp prisoners were also brought to Leipzig and used as forced labourers to meet the steadily increasing demand for labour in armaments production. A total of six sub-camps of the Buchenwald concentration camp were established in Leipzig and the surrounding area. The male and female prisoners had to work under the harshest conditions for armaments companies such as Hugo Schneider Aktiengesellschaft (HASAG) and Erla-Maschinenwerke GmbH.

DE EN

Further information

For more information, click here.

Events:

Date

Place

Event

Further information

Date

08/06/2024
2:00 p.m.

Place

Leipzig Nazi Forced Labour Memorial

Leipzig

Event

Forced labour in Leipzig | Tour
Public guided tour in German: The forced labour memorial offers public guided tours of the memorial and the former HASAG company premises every month. The thematic focus changes regularly. The public tours are free of charge. They include a tour of the memorial’s permanent exhibition and a tour of the site. Afterwards there is an opportunity to get to know the memorial individually and ask questions. Please send your enquiries by email to our staff at eze@ag-einen-ztkiegrlpnwegediidta.bstast or by telephone on 0341-235 2075.

DE

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

12/06/2024
6:30 p.m.

Place

Alter Schlachthof – Memorial Site

Düsseldorf

Event

Why there is no “end”! | Evening Event
The lecture by Dr. David Johannes Berchem (MeDiF-NRW and Ruhr University Bochum) takes the rise in anti-Semitic discrimination incidents as an opportunity to present an overview of the hatred of Jews in football.

In cooperation with the memorial and remembrance site Düsseldorf.

DE

Further information

Dr. Joachim Schröder
ehdjssrolosrh-crhodfdmeesc.u@iedae. | +49 (0)211 4351-3370

For more information, click here.

Date

12/06/2024
6:30 p.m

Place

Düsseldorf Memorial and Education Centre

Düsseldorf

Event

Why there is no “end”! | Evening event
The lecture by Dr. David Johannes Berchem (MeDiF-NRW and Ruhr University Bochum) takes the rise in anti-Semitic discrimination incidents as an opportunity to present an overview of the hatred of Jews in football.

In cooperation with the Alter Schlachthof – Memorial Site.


DE

Further information

Beatrice-Strauss Bildungszentrum, Marktstraße 2, 40213 Düsseldorf
Astrid Hirsch-von Borries
refeoovitlhdboes.rrinsr.dsearuddsich@s
+49 (0) 211 89 96663

For more information, click here.

Date

13/06/2024
2:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Place

Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site

Munich

Event

Football in the Dachau concentration camp | Tour
In addition to the history of the Dachau concentration camp, the tour will focus on football players who were persecuted during the Nazi era. Players were also imprisoned in the Dachau concentration camp and football matches were even played. How this fits in with everyday violence is a central theme of the tour.

DEEN

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

13/06/2024
3:00 p.m.

Place

Jewish Museum Frankfurt

Frankfurt

Event

Jewish women and men in sport | Tour

DE

Further information

Date

14/06/2024
12:30 - 3:30 p.m.

Place

Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site

Munich

Event

Football in the Dachau concentration camp | Tour
In addition to the history of the Dachau concentration camp, the tour will focus on football players who were persecuted during the Nazi era. Players were also imprisoned in the Dachau concentration camp and football matches were even played. How this fits in with everyday violence is a central theme of the tour.

DEEN

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

14/06/2024
3:30 p.m.

Place

NS-Documentation Centre of the City of Cologne

Cologne

Event

The Müngersdorf Sports Park during the Nazi era | Tour
Where the European Football Championship games will take place in June 2024, sports festivals and competitions took place during the Nazi era. International matches and other encounters also captivated tens of thousands of visitors. However, Jewish club members and spectators were quickly excluded. On this tour, learn about the history of the sports park and the Müngersdorf deportation camp.

EN

Further information

KVB Station „RheinEnergieSTADION“

Dirk Lukaßen: uel-l.aedssskk@rdt.dktoaeinn

Date

15/06/2024
2:00 - 5:00 p.m

Place

Foundation of Hamburg Memorials and Learning Centres Commemorating the Victims of Nazi Crimes

Hamburg

Event

Dutch prisoners and football matches in Neuengamme concentration camp | Tour
To this day, it is a little known fact that football was also played in concentration camps. In addition to the prisoners’ football matches that took place on the former roll call area of the Neuengamme concentration camp, the tour offers starting points to talk about working and living conditions and hierarchies in the camp. The tour is carried out in Dutch.

NL

Further information

Register online via our events calendar.
Costs: €5.00 reduced: €3.00
Meeting point: Service point at the main entrance to the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial

For more information click here.

Date

15/06/2024
2:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Place

Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site

Munich

Event

Football in the Dachau concentration camp | Tour
In addition to the history of the Dachau concentration camp, the tour will focus on football players who were persecuted during the Nazi era. Players were also imprisoned in the Dachau concentration camp and football matches were even played. How this fits in with everyday violence is a central theme of the tour.

DEEN

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

15/06/2024
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Place

Flossenbürg Concentration Camp Memorial

Event

Tour
The focus is on learning together about the history of the place and its historical context. We do not conduct the tours as a monologue, but as a process of open learning in which tour guides and participants can enter into a mutual dialogue about history. This makes it possible for visitors to configure the tour actively according to their interests and questions about the location.

DE

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

15/06/2024
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Place

Place of Remembrance
Hotel Silber

Stuttgart

Event

Police and persecution in the Nazi era | Tour
The tour of the permanent exhibition uses the development of the political police as an example to illustrate the ideological penetration of all areas of life under National Socialism. The fate of the Jewish referee Julius Baumann (Stuttgarter Kickers), who was murdered by the National Socialists, is also addressed.

DEEN

Further information

Cooperation between House of History Baden-Württemberg and Place of Remembrance Hotel Silber.

For more information, click here.

Date

16/06/2024
10:00 a.m - 2:00 p.m.

Place

Bergen-Belsen Memorial

Event

Who against whom? Football under National Socialism | Workshop
What function did football have for the National Socialists, concentration camp prisoners and, after the liberation, for the survivors in a DP camp? And why is it relevant to deal with it today? In the workshop we will deal with these questions and at the same time get to know the memorial site.

Further information

Date

16/06/2024
11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m

Place

Memorial and Museum Sachsenhausen

Berlin

Event

Football in Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp | Tour
During the tour of the memorial site, participants will gain an insight into the history of the site, with a particular focus on football during the Nazi era. The tour lasts around two hours and offers an introduction to the history of the Sachsenhausen concentration camp as well as an overview of the creation and development of the memorial.

Recommended age for participation: From 14 years.

EN

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

16/06/2024
11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m

Place

Memorial and Museum Sachsenhausen

Berlin

Event

Football in Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp | Tour
During the tour of the memorial site, participants will gain an insight into the history of the site, with a particular focus on football during the Nazi era. The tour lasts around two hours and offers an introduction to the history of the Sachsenhausen concentration camp as well as an overview of the creation and development of the memorial.

Recommended age for participation: From 14 years.

ES

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

16/06/2024
11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Place

Memorial Museum Wewelsburg

Event

Guided tours (in German and English) through the exhibition on football under National Socialism for adults and young people aged 15 and over.

DEEN

Further information

Kreismuseum Wewelsburg
Erinnerungs- und Gedenkstätte Wewelsburg 1933 – 1945
Burgwall 19
33142 Büren-Wewelsburg
Tel. 02955 7622-0
E-Mail: d.eufbelwe@ogrsniw

For more information, click here.

Date

16/06/2024
11:00 a.m - 1:30 p.m.

Place

Buchenwald Memorial

Event

Football and Buchenwald | Tour
Based on the outdoor exhibition created especially for the EURO, the themed tour takes visitors to various Buchenwald sites that shed light on football under National Socialism: Persecuted club officials and footballers, games in the camp and SS teams taking part in “normal” matches.

DE

Further information

Meeting point: Information at the Buchenwald Memorial

Tickets: 7 euros, reduced 3 euros
Duration: approx. 2.5 hours
Tickets are available at the information desk in the car park. Please purchase your ticket at least 15 minutes before the tour begins.
Advance bookings can be made by telephone on 03643/745 500 or by email to nbemeidnnheiab@alwod-lw.efucadhrucw.
For more information, click here.

Date

16/06/2024
2:00 - 4:00 p.m

Place

Memorial and Museum Sachsenhausen

Berlin

Event

Football in Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp | Tour
During the tour of the memorial site, participants will gain an insight into the history of the site, with a particular focus on football during the Nazi era. The tour lasts around two hours and offers an introduction to the history of the Sachsenhausen concentration camp as well as an overview of the creation and development of the memorial.

Recommended age for participation: From 14 years.

DE

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

16/06/2024
2:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Place

Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site

Munich

Event

Football in the Dachau concentration camp | Tour
In addition to the history of the Dachau concentration camp, the tour will focus on football players who were persecuted during the Nazi era. Players were also imprisoned in the Dachau concentration camp and football matches were even played. How this fits in with everyday violence is a central theme of the tour.

DEEN

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

16/06/2024
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Place

Flossenbürg Concentration Camp Memorial

Event

Tour
The focus is on learning together about the history of the place and its historical context. We do not conduct the tours as a monologue, but as a process of open learning in which tour guides and participants can enter into a mutual dialogue about history. This makes it possible for visitors to configure the tour actively according to their interests and questions about the location.

DE

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

16/06/2024
3:30 p.m.

Place

NS-Documentation Centre of the City of Cologne

Cologne

Event

The Müngersdorf Sports Park during the Nazi era | Tour
Where the European Football Championship games will take place in June 2024, sports festivals and competitions took place during the Nazi era. International matches and other encounters also captivated tens of thousands of visitors. However, Jewish club members and spectators were quickly excluded. On this tour, learn about the history of the sports park and the Müngersdorf deportation camp.

DE

Further information

KVB Station „RheinEnergieSTADION“

Dirk Lukaßen: uel-l.aedssskk@rdt.dktoaeinn

Date

17/06/2024
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Place

Alter Schlachthof – Memorial Site

Düsseldorf

Event

The Alter Schlachthof memorial site | Tour
Open guided tours through the exhibition of the Alter Schlachthof memorial site at the HSD, on several dates and in English.

DEEN

Further information

HSD, vor Gebäude 1, Münsterstraße 156, 40476 Düsseldorf

Dr. Joachim Schröder
ehdjssrolosrh-crhodfdmeesc.u@iedae. | +49 (0)211 4351-3370

For more information, click here.

Date

18/06/2024
3:30 p.m.

Place

NS-Documentation Centre of the City of Cologne

Cologne

Event

The Müngersdorf Sports Park during the Nazi era | Tour
Where the European Football Championship games will take place in June 2024, sports festivals and competitions took place during the Nazi era. International matches and other encounters also captivated tens of thousands of visitors. However, Jewish club members and spectators were quickly excluded. On this tour, learn about the history of the sports park and the Müngersdorf deportation camp.

EN

Further information

KVB Station „RheinEnergieSTADION“

Dirk Lukaßen: uel-l.aedssskk@rdt.dktoaeinn

Date

18/06/2024
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Place

Place of Remembrance
Hotel Silber

Stuttgart

Event

Police and persecution in the Nazi era
The tour of the permanent exhibition uses the development of the political police as an example to illustrate the ideological penetration of all areas of life under National Socialism. The fate of the Jewish referee Julius Baumann (Stuttgarter Kickers), who was murdered by the National Socialists, is also addressed.

DEEN

Further information

Cooperation between House of History Baden-Württemberg and Place of Remembrance Hotel Silber.

For more information, click here.

Date

18/06/2024
6:30 p.m.

Place

Alter Schlachthof – Memorial Site

Düsseldorf

Event

“Buenos Dias, mein Führer!” | Evening Event
In his lecture, Thorsten Pomian (Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf) highlights controversies and scandals at the 1978 World Cup in Argentina. The “Disgrace of Cordoba” was a frustrating end for the German team.

In cooperation with the memorial and remembrance site Düsseldorf.

DE

Further information

Beatrice-Strauss Bildungszentrum, Marktstraße 2, 40213 Düsseldorf

Dr. Joachim Schröder
ehdjssrolosrh-crhodfdmeesc.u@iedae. | +49 (0)211 4351-3370

For more information, click here.

Date

18/06/2024
6:30 p.m

Place

Düsseldorf Memorial and Education Centre

Düsseldorf

Event

“Buenos Dias, mein Führer!” | Evening event
In his lecture, Thorsten Pomian (Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf) highlights controversies and scandals at the 1978 World Cup in Argentina. The “Disgrace of Cordoba” was a frustrating end for the German team.

In cooperation with the Alter Schlachthof – Memorial Site.


DE

Further information

Beatrice-Strauss Bildungszentrum, Marktstraße 2, 40213 Düsseldorf
Astrid Hirsch-von Borries
refeoovitlhdboes.rrinsr.dsearuddsich@s
+49 (0) 211 89 96663

For more information, click here.

Date

19/06/2024
2:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Place

Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site

Munich

Event

Football in the Dachau concentration camp | Tour
In addition to the history of the Dachau concentration camp, the tour will focus on football players who were persecuted during the Nazi era. Players were also imprisoned in the Dachau concentration camp and football matches were even played. How this fits in with everyday violence is a central theme of the tour.

DEEN

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

20/06/2024
3:00 p.m.

Place

Jewish Museum Frankfurt

Frankfurt

Event

Jewish women and men in sport | Tour

DE

Further information

Date

20/06/2024
6:00 - 8:30 p.m

Place

Foundation of Hamburg Memorials and Learning Centres Commemorating the Victims of Nazi Crimes

Hamburg

Event

Stories of persecution during National Socialism and the HSV | Tour
The history of the Hamburger Sport-Verein (HSV) is closely linked to Hamburg's Grindel district, the city’s historically Jewish district, and its surroundings. During the tour, biographies of persecuted HSV members will be told and their fates will be used to explore topics such as persecution, resistance, flight, deportation, and murder during National Socialism. In addition to Stolperstein (stumbling stones), there are also memorial plaques and places named after the persecuted that help us remember these stories. Therefore, the ongoing struggle for remembrance is also an important part of the tour.
The tour is organised in cooperation with the Netzwerk Erinnerungsarbeit and a part of www.fussballunderinnerung.de - a EURO24 project.
Guides: Netzwerk Erinnerungsarbeit (an association of people from HSV)
The tour will be held in English and is free of charge.

EN

Further information

Register online via our events calendar.
Meeting point: Theodor-Heuss-Platz 12 at the Shell petrol station opposite Dammtor station. For more information click here.

Date

21/06/2024
3:30 p.m.

Place

NS-Documentation Centre of the City of Cologne

Cologne

Event

The Müngersdorf Sports Park during the Nazi era | Tour
Where the European Football Championship games will take place in June 2024, sports festivals and competitions took place during the Nazi era. International matches and other encounters also captivated tens of thousands of visitors. However, Jewish club members and spectators were quickly excluded. On this tour, learn about the history of the sports park and the Müngersdorf deportation camp.

EN

Further information

KVB Station „RheinEnergieSTADION“

Dirk Lukaßen: uel-l.aedssskk@rdt.dktoaeinn

Date

21/06/2024
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Place

Alter Schlachthof – Memorial Site

Düsseldorf

Event

The Alter Schlachthof memorial site | Tour
Open guided tours through the exhibition of the Alter Schlachthof memorial site at the HSD, on several dates and in English.

DEEN

Further information

HSD, vor Gebäude 1, Münsterstraße 156, 40476 Düsseldorf

Dr. Joachim Schröder
ehdjssrolosrh-crhodfdmeesc.u@iedae. | +49 (0)211 4351-3370

For more information, click here.

Date

22/06/2024
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Place

Flossenbürg Concentration Camp Memorial

Event

Tour
The focus is on learning together about the history of the place and its historical context. We do not conduct the tours as a monologue, but as a process of open learning in which tour guides and participants can enter into a mutual dialogue about history. This makes it possible for visitors to configure the tour actively according to their interests and questions about the location.

DE

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

23/06/2024
11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m

Place

Memorial and Museum Sachsenhausen

Berlin

Event

Football in Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp | Tour
During the tour of the memorial site, participants will gain an insight into the history of the site, with a particular focus on football during the Nazi era. The tour lasts around two hours and offers an introduction to the history of the Sachsenhausen concentration camp as well as an overview of the creation and development of the memorial.

Recommended age for participation: From 14 years.

EN

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

23/06/2024
11:00 a.m.

Place

NS-Documentation Centre of the City of Cologne

Cologne

Event

The Müngersdorf Sports Park during the Nazi era | Tour
Where the European Football Championship games will take place in June 2024, sports festivals and competitions took place during the Nazi era. International matches and other encounters also captivated tens of thousands of visitors. However, Jewish club members and spectators were quickly excluded. On this tour, learn about the history of the sports park and the Müngersdorf deportation camp.

DE

Further information

KVB Station „RheinEnergieSTADION“

Dirk Lukaßen: uel-l.aedssskk@rdt.dktoaeinn

Date

23/06/2024
11:00 a.m - 1:30 p.m.

Place

Buchenwald Memorial

Event

Football and Buchenwald | Tour
Based on the outdoor exhibition created especially for the EURO, the themed tour takes visitors to various Buchenwald sites that shed light on football under National Socialism: Persecuted club officials and footballers, games in the camp and SS teams taking part in “normal” matches.

DE

Further information

Meeting point: Information at the Buchenwald Memorial

Tickets: 7 euros, reduced 3 euros
Duration: approx. 2.5 hours
Tickets are available at the information desk in the car park. Please purchase your ticket at least 15 minutes before the tour begins.
Advance bookings can be made by telephone on 03643/745 500 or by email to nbemeidnnheiab@alwod-lw.efucadhrucw.
For more information, click here.

Date

23/06/2024
2:00 - 4:00 p.m

Place

Memorial and Museum Sachsenhausen

Berlin

Event

Football in Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp | Tour
During the tour of the memorial site, participants will gain an insight into the history of the site, with a particular focus on football during the Nazi era. The tour lasts around two hours and offers an introduction to the history of the Sachsenhausen concentration camp as well as an overview of the creation and development of the memorial.

Recommended age for participation: From 14 years.

DE

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

23/06/2024
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Place

Flossenbürg Concentration Camp Memorial

Event

Tour
The focus is on learning together about the history of the place and its historical context. We do not conduct the tours as a monologue, but as a process of open learning in which tour guides and participants can enter into a mutual dialogue about history. This makes it possible for visitors to configure the tour actively according to their interests and questions about the location.

DE

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

23/06/2024
2:30 - 4:00 p.m.

Place

Memorial Steinwache

Dortmund

Event

The history of Steinwache | Tour
1928-1958 The Dortmund police prison and the most important place of National Socialist persecution, today the Steinwache memorial site is located in the Steinstrasse 50 building. The house, its history and the permanent exhibition “Resistance and persecution 1933-1945” are presented as part of the tour.

EN

Further information

For more information, click here.

Contact: +49 231 50-25002, t@d.sradtda-eituvdrhddaontsoctm

Date

24/06/2024
2:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Place

Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site

Munich

Event

Football in the Dachau concentration camp | Tour
In addition to the history of the Dachau concentration camp, the tour will focus on football players who were persecuted during the Nazi era. Players were also imprisoned in the Dachau concentration camp and football matches were even played. How this fits in with everyday violence is a central theme of the tour.

DEEN

Further information

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Date

24/06/2024
3:30 p.m.

Place

NS-Documentation Centre of the City of Cologne

Cologne

Event

The Müngersdorf Sports Park during the Nazi era | Tour
Where the European Football Championship games will take place in June 2024, sports festivals and competitions took place during the Nazi era. International matches and other encounters also captivated tens of thousands of visitors. However, Jewish club members and spectators were quickly excluded. On this tour, learn about the history of the sports park and the Müngersdorf deportation camp.

EN

Further information

KVB Station „RheinEnergieSTADION“

Dirk Lukaßen: uel-l.aedssskk@rdt.dktoaeinn

Date

24/06/2024
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Place

Alter Schlachthof – Memorial Site

Düsseldorf

Event

The Alter Schlachthof memorial site | Tour
Open guided tours through the exhibition of the Alter Schlachthof memorial site at the HSD, on several dates and in English.

DEEN

Further information

HSD, vor Gebäude 1, Münsterstraße 156, 40476 Düsseldorf

Dr. Joachim Schröder
ehdjssrolosrh-crhodfdmeesc.u@iedae. | +49 (0)211 4351-3370

For more information, click here.

Date

24/06/2024
7:00 - 9:00 p.m

Place

Foundation of Hamburg Memorials and Learning Centres Commemorating the Victims of Nazi Crimes

Hamburg

Event

From a place of celebration to a place of injustice | Evening event
The participatory project “From a place of celebration to a place of injustice” (presented by Bastian Satthoff) takes an unusual look at sports and football fields: People from clubs, fan scenes and civic associations as well as interested individuals are researching the history of forced labour camps on football and sports fields in Germany and Austria.

DE

Further information

Mahnmal St. Nikolai - Museum, Willy-Brandt-Str. 60, 20457 Hamburg

For more information click here.

Date

25/06/2024
2:30 - 5:00 p.m.

Place

Place of Remembrance
Hotel Silber

Stuttgart

Event

Football in Stuttgart under National Socialism | Lecture, city exploration, bus ride
With the “Stuttgart Declaration”, Jewish players and officials were excluded from football clubs immediately after the National Socialists came to power in 1933. During the city tour, we visit places in the city that played an important role for football in the Nazi era.

DEEN

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

25/06/2024
12:30 - 3:30 p.m.

Place

Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site

Munich

Event

Football in the Dachau concentration camp | Tour
In addition to the history of the Dachau concentration camp, the tour will focus on football players who were persecuted during the Nazi era. Players were also imprisoned in the Dachau concentration camp and football matches were even played. How this fits in with everyday violence is a central theme of the tour.

DEEN

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

27/06/2024
3:00 p.m.

Place

Jewish Museum Frankfurt

Frankfurt

Event

Jewish women and men in sport | Tour

DE

Further information

Date

28/06/2024
3:30 p.m.

Place

NS-Documentation Centre of the City of Cologne

Cologne

Event

The Müngersdorf Sports Park during the Nazi era | Tour
Where the European Football Championship games will take place in June 2024, sports festivals and competitions took place during the Nazi era. International matches and other encounters also captivated tens of thousands of visitors. However, Jewish club members and spectators were quickly excluded. On this tour, learn about the history of the sports park and the Müngersdorf deportation camp.

DE

Further information

KVB Station „RheinEnergieSTADION“

Dirk Lukaßen: uel-l.aedssskk@rdt.dktoaeinn

Date

29/06/2024
2:00 - 4:30 p.m

Place

Foundation of Hamburg Memorials and Learning Centres Commemorating the Victims of Nazi Crimes

Hamburg

Event

From the Stadthaus to the Millerntor | Tour
How did football clubs like FC St. Pauli behave during National Socialism and how did their members behave? The tour leads from the historical town of Stadthaus through Hamburg-Neustadt to St. Pauli. It visits sites of Nazi terror between 1933 and 1945, but also places of resistance.

DE

Further information

Geschichtsort Stadthaus, Stadthausbrücke 6, 20355 Hamburg

Register online via our events calendar. For more information click here.

Date

29/06/2024
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Place

Flossenbürg Concentration Camp Memorial

Event

Tour
The focus is on learning together about the history of the place and its historical context. We do not conduct the tours as a monologue, but as a process of open learning in which tour guides and participants can enter into a mutual dialogue about history. This makes it possible for visitors to configure the tour actively according to their interests and questions about the location.

DE

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

29/06/2024
3:30 p.m.

Place

NS-Documentation Centre of the City of Cologne

Cologne

Event

The Müngersdorf Sports Park during the Nazi era | Tour
Where the European Football Championship games will take place in June 2024, sports festivals and competitions took place during the Nazi era. International matches and other encounters also captivated tens of thousands of visitors. However, Jewish club members and spectators were quickly excluded. On this tour, learn about the history of the sports park and the Müngersdorf deportation camp.

EN

Further information

KVB Station „RheinEnergieSTADION“

Dirk Lukaßen: uel-l.aedssskk@rdt.dktoaeinn

 

 

 

Date

30/06/2024
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Place

Flossenbürg Concentration Camp Memorial

Event

Tour
The focus is on learning together about the history of the place and its historical context. We do not conduct the tours as a monologue, but as a process of open learning in which tour guides and participants can enter into a mutual dialogue about history. This makes it possible for visitors to configure the tour actively according to their interests and questions about the location.

DE

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

30/06/2024
11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m

Place

Memorial and Museum Sachsenhausen

Berlin

Event

Football in Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp | Tour
During the tour of the memorial site, participants will gain an insight into the history of the site, with a particular focus on football during the Nazi era. The tour lasts around two hours and offers an introduction to the history of the Sachsenhausen concentration camp as well as an overview of the creation and development of the memorial.

Recommended age for participation: From 14 years.

EN

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

30/06/2024
11:00 a.m - 1:30 p.m.

Place

Buchenwald Memorial

Event

Football and Buchenwald | Tour
Based on the outdoor exhibition created especially for the EURO, the themed tour takes visitors to various Buchenwald sites that shed light on football under National Socialism: Persecuted club officials and footballers, games in the camp and SS teams taking part in “normal” matches.

DE

Further information

Meeting point: Information at the Buchenwald Memorial

Tickets: 7 euros, reduced 3 euros
Duration: approx. 2.5 hours
Tickets are available at the information desk in the car park. Please purchase your ticket at least 15 minutes before the tour begins.
Advance bookings can be made by telephone on 03643/745 500 or by email to nbemeidnnheiab@alwod-lw.efucadhrucw.
For more information, click here.

Date

30/06/2024
2:00 - 4:30 p.m

Place

Foundation of Hamburg Memorials and Learning Centres Commemorating the Victims of Nazi Crimes

Hamburg

Event

From the Stadthaus to the Millerntor | Tour
How did football clubs like FC St. Pauli behave during National Socialism and how did their members behave? The tour leads from the historical town of Stadthaus through Hamburg-Neustadt to St. Pauli. It visits sites of Nazi terror between 1933 and 1945, but also places of resistance.

EN

Further information

Geschichtsort Stadthaus, Stadthausbrücke 6, 20355 Hamburg

Register online via our events calendar. For more information click here.

Date

30/06/2024
2:00 - 4:00 p.m

Place

Memorial and Museum Sachsenhausen

Berlin

Event

Football in Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp | Tour
During the tour of the memorial site, participants will gain an insight into the history of the site, with a particular focus on football during the Nazi era. The tour lasts around two hours and offers an introduction to the history of the Sachsenhausen concentration camp as well as an overview of the creation and development of the memorial.

Recommended age for participation: From 14 years.

DE

Further information

 For more information, click here.

Date

30/06/2024
2:30 - 4:00 p.m.

Place

Memorial Steinwache

Dortmund

Event

The history of Steinwache | Tour
1928-1958 The Dortmund police prison and the most important place of National Socialist persecution, today the Steinwache memorial site is located in the Steinstrasse 50 building. The house, its history and the permanent exhibition “Resistance and persecution 1933-1945” are presented as part of the tour.

EN

Further information

For more information, click here.

Contact: +49 231 50-25002, t@d.sradtda-eituvdrhddaontsoctm

Date

30/06/2024
3:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Place

Memorial Museum Wewelsburg

Event

Guided tours (in German and English) through the exhibition on football under National Socialism for adults and young people aged 15 and over.

DEEN

Further information

Kreismuseum Wewelsburg
Erinnerungs- und Gedenkstätte Wewelsburg 1933 – 1945
Burgwall 19
33142 Büren-Wewelsburg
Tel. 02955 7622-0
E-Mail: d.eufbelwe@ogrsniw

For more information, click here.

Date

01/07/2024
2:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Place

Alter Schlachthof – Memorial Site

Düsseldorf

Event

The Alter Schlachthof memorial site | Tour
Open guided tours through the exhibition of the Alter Schlachthof memorial site at the HSD, on several dates and in English.

DEEN

Further information

HSD, vor Gebäude 1, Münsterstraße 156, 40476 Düsseldorf

Dr. Joachim Schröder
ehdjssrolosrh-crhodfdmeesc.u@iedae. | +49 (0)211 4351-3370

For more information, click here.

Date

01/07/2024
2:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Place

Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site

Munich

Event

Football in the Dachau concentration camp | Tour
In addition to the history of the Dachau concentration camp, the tour will focus on football players who were persecuted during the Nazi era. Players were also imprisoned in the Dachau concentration camp and football matches were even played. How this fits in with everyday violence is a central theme of the tour.

DEEN

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

01/07/2024
7:00 - 9:00 p.m

Place

Foundation of Hamburg Memorials and Learning Centres Commemorating the Victims of Nazi Crimes

Hamburg

Event

A journey through the history of Jewish football in Hamburg | Evening Event
In the first decades of German football history, many Jewish men were part of football culture. Just a few weeks after the National Socialists came to power in 1933, many German gymnastics and sports clubs began to voluntarily exclude their Jewish members. Lorenz Peiffer’s lecture looks for Jewish traces in Hamburg’s football history.

DE

Further information

Mahnmal St. Nikolai - Museum, Willy-Brandt-Str. 60, 20457 Hamburg

For more information click here.

Date

03/07/2024
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Place

Flossenbürg Concentration Camp Memorial

Event

Tour
The focus is on learning together about the history of the place and its historical context. We do not conduct the tours as a monologue, but as a process of open learning in which tour guides and participants can enter into a mutual dialogue about history. This makes it possible for visitors to configure the tour actively according to their interests and questions about the location.

DE

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

03/07/2024
6:00 - 8:30 p.m

Place

Foundation of Hamburg Memorials and Learning Centres Commemorating the Victims of Nazi Crimes

Hamburg

Event

Stories of persecution under National Socialism using the example of HSV | Tour
The history of Hamburger Sport-Verein is closely linked to Hamburg’s Grindel district and its surroundings. During a tour in cooperation with the Remembrance Work Network (association of HSV members), the biographies of persecuted HSV members are told and, based on their fates, topics such as persecution, resistance, escape, deportation and murder under National Socialism are discussed.

DE

Further information

Meeting point: Theodor-Heuss-Platz 12 at the Shell petrol station opposite Dammtor station. Register online via our events calendar. For more information click here.

Date

03/07/2024
6:30 p.m.

Place

Alter Schlachthof – Memorial Site

Düsseldorf

Event

Ivo Schricker | Evening Event
In his lecture, Dr. Henry Wahlig (German Football Museum) explains the importance of Ivo Schricker, a forgotten football cosmopolitan who stood against the Nazis and was decisive for the Football World Cup.

In cooperation with the memorial and remembrance site Düsseldorf.

DE

Further information

Beatrice-Strauss Bildungszentrum, Marktstraße 2, 40213 Düsseldorf

Dr. Joachim Schröder
ehdjssrolosrh-crhodfdmeesc.u@iedae. | +49 (0)211 4351-3370

For more information, click here.

Date

03/07/2024
6:30 p.m

Place

Düsseldorf Memorial and Education Centre

Düsseldorf

Event

Ivo Schricker | Evening event
In his lecture, Dr. Henry Wahlig (German Football Museum) explains the importance of Ivo Schricker, a forgotten football cosmopolitan who stood against the Nazis and was decisive for the Football World Cup.

In cooperation with the Alter Schlachthof – Memorial Site.


DE

Further information

Beatrice-Strauss Bildungszentrum, Marktstraße 2, 40213 Düsseldorf
Astrid Hirsch-von Borries
refeoovitlhdboes.rrinsr.dsearuddsich@s
+49 (0) 211 89 96663

For more information, click here.

Date

04/07/2024
4:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Place

Place of Remembrance
Hotel Silber

Stuttgart

Event

Police and persecution in the Nazi era
The tour of the permanent exhibition uses the development of the political police as an example to illustrate the ideological penetration of all areas of life under National Socialism. The fate of the Jewish referee Julius Baumann (Stuttgarter Kickers), who was murdered by the National Socialists, is also addressed.

DEEN

Further information

Cooperation between House of History Baden-Württemberg and Place of Remembrance Hotel Silber.

For more information, click here.

Date

04/07/2024
6:30 p.m.

Place

Alter Schlachthof – Memorial Site

Düsseldorf

Event

Documentary film “Terezín League” | Evening Event
Theresienstadt was the only ghetto with its own football league. The Nazis filmed matches for propaganda purposes. When filmmaker Oded Breda discovered his uncle in pictures, he wanted to find out more about this football league. With an introduction by Joachim Schröder (Alter Schlachthof Memorial).

In cooperation with the memorial and remembrance site Düsseldorf.

DE

Further information

HSD, Gebäude 3, Raum E.001, Münsterstraße 156, 40476 Düsseldorf

Dr. Joachim Schröder
ehdjssrolosrh-crhodfdmeesc.u@iedae. | +49 (0)211 4351-3370

 

For more information, click here.

Date

04/07/2024
6:30 p.m

Place

Düsseldorf Memorial and Education Centre

Düsseldorf

Event

Documentary film “Terezín League” | Evening event
Theresienstadt was the only ghetto with its own football league. The Nazis filmed matches for propaganda purposes. When filmmaker Oded Breda discovered his uncle in pictures, he wanted to find out more about this football league. With an introduction by Joachim Schröder (Alter Schlachthof Memorial).

In cooperation with the Alter Schlachthof – Memorial Site.


DE

Further information

HSD, Gebäude 3, Raum E.001, Münsterstraße 156, 40476 Düsseldorf
Astrid Hirsch-von Borries
refeoovitlhdboes.rrinsr.dsearuddsich@s
+49 (0) 211 89 96663

For more information, click here.

Date

06/07/2024
2:00 - 5:00 p.m

Place

Foundation of Hamburg Memorials and Learning Centres Commemorating the Victims of Nazi Crimes

Hamburg

Event

Football in concentration camps | Tour
To this day, little is known about the fact that football was played in concentration camps. The football matches played by prisoners on the former roll call square of the Neuengamme Concentration Camp provides a starting point for talking about working and living conditions as well als hierarchies within the camp.
Guide: Maren Degener
The tour will be held in German and English at the same time.

DEEN

Further information

Register online via out events calendar
Cost: 5,- €, reduced: 3,- €
Meeting point: Service point at the main entrance to the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial

For more information, click here.

Date

06/07/2024
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Place

Flossenbürg Concentration Camp Memorial

Event

Tour
The focus is on learning together about the history of the place and its historical context. We do not conduct the tours as a monologue, but as a process of open learning in which tour guides and participants can enter into a mutual dialogue about history. This makes it possible for visitors to configure the tour actively according to their interests and questions about the location.

DE

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

07/07/2024
11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m

Place

Memorial and Museum Sachsenhausen

Berlin

Event

Football in Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp | Tour
During the tour of the memorial site, participants will gain an insight into the history of the site, with a particular focus on football during the Nazi era. The tour lasts around two hours and offers an introduction to the history of the Sachsenhausen concentration camp as well as an overview of the creation and development of the memorial.

Recommended age for participation: From 14 years.

EN

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

07/07/2024
11:00 a.m - 1:30 p.m.

Place

Buchenwald Memorial

Event

Football and Buchenwald | Tour
Based on the outdoor exhibition created especially for the EURO, the themed tour takes visitors to various Buchenwald sites that shed light on football under National Socialism: Persecuted club officials and footballers, games in the camp and SS teams taking part in “normal” matches.

DE

Further information

Meeting point: Information at the Buchenwald Memorial

Tickets: 7 euros, reduced 3 euros
Duration: approx. 2.5 hours
Tickets are available at the information desk in the car park. Please purchase your ticket at least 15 minutes before the tour begins.
Advance bookings can be made by telephone on 03643/745 500 or by email to nbemeidnnheiab@alwod-lw.efucadhrucw.
For more information, click here.

Date

07/07/2024
2:00 - 4:00 p.m

Place

Memorial and Museum Sachsenhausen

Berlin

Event

Football in Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp | Tour
During the tour of the memorial site, participants will gain an insight into the history of the site, with a particular focus on football during the Nazi era. The tour lasts around two hours and offers an introduction to the history of the Sachsenhausen concentration camp as well as an overview of the creation and development of the memorial.

Recommended age for participation: From 14 years.

DE

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

07/07/2024
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Place

Flossenbürg Concentration Camp Memorial

Event

Tour
The focus is on learning together about the history of the place and its historical context. We do not conduct the tours as a monologue, but as a process of open learning in which tour guides and participants can enter into a mutual dialogue about history. This makes it possible for visitors to configure the tour actively according to their interests and questions about the location.

DE

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

07/07/2024
2:30 - 4:00 p.m.

Place

Memorial Steinwache

Dortmund

Event

The history of Steinwache | Tour
1928-1958 The Dortmund police prison and the most important place of National Socialist persecution, today the Steinwache memorial site is located in the Steinstrasse 50 building. The house, its history and the permanent exhibition “Resistance and persecution 1933-1945” are presented as part of the tour.

DE

Further information

For more information, click here.

Contact: +49 231 50-25002, t@d.sradtda-eituvdrhddaontsoctm

Date

08/07/2024
2:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Place

Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site

Munich

Event

Football in the Dachau concentration camp | Tour
In addition to the history of the Dachau concentration camp, the tour will focus on football players who were persecuted during the Nazi era. Players were also imprisoned in the Dachau concentration camp and football matches were even played. How this fits in with everyday violence is a central theme of the tour.

DEEN

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

08/07/2024
6:00 - 8:00 p.m

Place

Foundation of Hamburg Memorials and Learning Centres Commemorating the Victims of Nazi Crimes

Hamburg

Event

Remembrance work in football – in conversation with Paula Scholz from the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial | Evening Event
Whether it’s the HSV Remembrance Network or the Holocaust memorial days organised by the St. Pauli fan shop – remembering the victims of National Socialism plays a major role in the context of football. At the Stadthaus historical site, we talk to Paula Scholz, who is responsible for adult education at the Neuengamme concentration camp memorial, about why many people in football are politically involved and do remembrance work.

DE

Further information

Registration via the Hamburg Adult Education Centre.
Price: €9.00 (reduced: €6.00)

For more information click here.

Date

09/07/2024
12:30 - 3:30 p.m.

Place

Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site

Munich

Event

Football in the Dachau concentration camp | Tour
In addition to the history of the Dachau concentration camp, the tour will focus on football players who were persecuted during the Nazi era. Players were also imprisoned in the Dachau concentration camp and football matches were even played. How this fits in with everyday violence is a central theme of the tour.

DEEN

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

10/07/2024
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Place

Flossenbürg Concentration Camp Memorial

Event

Tour
The focus is on learning together about the history of the place and its historical context. We do not conduct the tours as a monologue, but as a process of open learning in which tour guides and participants can enter into a mutual dialogue about history. This makes it possible for visitors to configure the tour actively according to their interests and questions about the location.

DE

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

11/07/2024
3:00 p.m.

Place

Jewish Museum Frankfurt

Frankfurt

Event

Jewish women and men in sport | Tour

DE

Further information

Date

11/07/2024
6:30 p.m.

Place

Alter Schlachthof – Memorial Site

Düsseldorf

Event

Jewish athletes in North Rhine-Westphalia | Evening Event
In his lecture, Dr. Lorenz Peiffer (sports historian) shows the history of Jewish sportsmen and women in North Rhine-Westphalia, their important role in sport and their challenges, especially during the Nazi era.

In cooperation with the memorial and remembrance site Düsseldorf.

DE

Further information

Beatrice-Strauss Bildungszentrum, Marktstraße 2, 40213 Düsseldorf

Dr. Joachim Schröder
ehdjssrolosrh-crhodfdmeesc.u@iedae. | +49 (0)211 4351-3370

For more information, click here.

Date

11/07/2024
6:30 p.m

Place

Düsseldorf Memorial and Education Centre

Düsseldorf

Event

Jewish athletes in North Rhine-Westphalia | Evening event
In his lecture, Dr. Lorenz Peiffer (sports historian) shows the history of Jewish sportsmen and women in North Rhine-Westphalia, their important role in sport and their challenges, especially during the Nazi era.

In cooperation with the Alter Schlachthof – Memorial Site.


DE

Further information

Beatrice-Strauss Bildungszentrum, Marktstraße 2, 40213 Düsseldorf
Astrid Hirsch-von Borries
refeoovitlhdboes.rrinsr.dsearuddsich@s
+49 (0) 211 89 96663

For more information, click here.

Date

11/07/2024
07:00 p.m.

Place

Jewish Museum Frankfurt

Frankfurt

Event

On the move: Jewish women and men in football | Evening Event
It has long been recognised that women are sometimes more successful than men in football. However, less so who is Jewish in the male-dominated domain. On the occasion of the 2024 European Football Championship, we are focusing on Jewish female footballers as well as their male colleagues. What challenges do they face? Do the experiences they have in the field have an impact on their identity? Can religiosity be combined with a tight training schedule? And how can equal opportunities and inclusion be further expanded in the future?
Our renowned guests provide insights into their personal experiences and discuss how football can serve as a platform for integration, empowerment and social change.
Guests: Alon Meyer (President Makkabi Deutschland e.V.), Katharina Kiel (Technical Director Eintracht Frankfurt) and N.N.
The discussion will be moderated by Jacqueline Dreyhaupt

DE

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

13/07/2024
11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m

Place

Memorial and Museum Sachsenhausen

Berlin

Event

Football in Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp | Tour
During the tour of the memorial site, participants will gain an insight into the history of the site, with a particular focus on football during the Nazi era. The tour lasts around two hours and offers an introduction to the history of the Sachsenhausen concentration camp as well as an overview of the creation and development of the memorial.

Recommended age for participation: From 14 years.

EN

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

13/07/2024
2:00 - 4:00 p.m

Place

Memorial and Museum Sachsenhausen

Berlin

Event

Football in Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp | Tour
During the tour of the memorial site, participants will gain an insight into the history of the site, with a particular focus on football during the Nazi era. The tour lasts around two hours and offers an introduction to the history of the Sachsenhausen concentration camp as well as an overview of the creation and development of the memorial.

Recommended age for participation: From 14 years.

DE

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

13/07/2024
2:00 p.m.

Place

Leipzig Nazi Forced Labour Memorial

Leipzig

Event

Forced labour in Leipzig | Tour
Public guided tour in German: The forced labour memorial offers public guided tours of the memorial and the former HASAG company premises every month. The thematic focus changes regularly. The public tours are free of charge. They include a tour of the memorial’s permanent exhibition and a tour of the site. Afterwards there is an opportunity to get to know the memorial individually and ask questions. Please send your enquiries by email to our staff at eze@ag-einen-ztkiegrlpnwegediidta.bstast or by telephone on 0341-235 2075.

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

13/07/2024
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Place

Flossenbürg Concentration Camp Memorial

Event

Tour
The focus is on learning together about the history of the place and its historical context. We do not conduct the tours as a monologue, but as a process of open learning in which tour guides and participants can enter into a mutual dialogue about history. This makes it possible for visitors to configure the tour actively according to their interests and questions about the location.

DE

Further information

For more information, click here.

Date

14/07/2024
11:00 a.m - 1:30 p.m.

Place

Buchenwald Memorial

Event

Football and Buchenwald | Tour
Based on the outdoor exhibition created especially for the EURO, the themed tour takes visitors to various Buchenwald sites that shed light on football under National Socialism: Persecuted club officials and footballers, games in the camp and SS teams taking part in “normal” matches.

DE

Further information

Meeting point: Information at the Buchenwald Memorial

Tickets: 7 euros, reduced 3 euros
Duration: approx. 2.5 hours
Tickets are available at the information desk in the car park. Please purchase your ticket at least 15 minutes before the tour begins.
Advance bookings can be made by telephone on 03643/745 500 or by email to nbemeidnnheiab@alwod-lw.efucadhrucw.
For more information, click here.

Date

14/07/2024
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Place

Flossenbürg Concentration Camp Memorial

Event

Tour
The focus is on learning together about the history of the place and its historical context. We do not conduct the tours as a monologue, but as a process of open learning in which tour guides and participants can enter into a mutual dialogue about history. This makes it possible for visitors to configure the tour actively according to their interests and questions about the location.

DE

Further information

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Date

14/07/2024
2:30 - 4:00 p.m.

Place

Memorial Steinwache

Dortmund

Event

The history of Steinwache | Tour
1928-1958 The Dortmund police prison and the most important place of National Socialist persecution, today the Steinwache memorial site is located in the Steinstrasse 50 building. The house, its history and the permanent exhibition “Resistance and persecution 1933-1945” are presented as part of the tour.

EN

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Contact: +49 231 50-25002, t@d.sradtda-eituvdrhddaontsoctm

Date

23/07/2024
6:00 - 8:30 p.m.

Place

Düsseldorf Memorial and Education Centre

Düsseldorf

Event

“Only for Aryans”? | Workshop
In the workshop we discuss the exclusion of athletes from the gymnastics and sports clubs in Düsseldorf during the Nazi era as well as their exclusion from everyday life. Registration, max. 25 people, in German.

DE

Further information

Registration: Astrid Hirsch-von Borries
refeoovitlhdboes.rrinsr.dsearuddsich@s
+49 (0) 211 89 96663

Photo: Thomas Eisenhuth