Clogball – the tale of the Dutch and soccer in Australia, 1950 to 1980.  


Soccer in Australia underwent a revolution and rebirth as a result of the influx of European migrants entering the country in the decades after World War Two. Each migrant community established soccer clubs and teams in various locations across the country, the most obvious and prominent being those linked to the Greek, Italian and Croatian communities. And then there were the Dutch…

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