The devastating impact on sporting life and the rise of women's football
Rule 21 prevented British Forces personnel from being members of the GAA
Volunteers from the IRFU form D Company of the 7th Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers
The July Course hosts the classics as other racecourses close down for the war years
Establishing Coventry City Ladies at the end of World War One
The players who were encouraged to leave the football pitch for the battle ground
Formerly home to more than 3.500 soldiers and 2,000 war horses
The women workers turned footballers who went on to tour France and the USA
The footballer who deserted with his pregnant wife
The unique Ashbourne Shrovetide Football match continued in war
Will Bristol lose the rugby home it fought so hard for?
EH12 5EY - The story of Edinburgh sportsmen who served and died in the First World War.
The thirteen Welsh rugby internationals who died in the Great War
The first English football team to join up en masse
Cricketers killed in battle are finally getting a memorial
The footballer who raised his own army
How WW1 tore Worcestershire County Cricket Club apart
Only serving professional rugby league player to win the MC and VC during WW1
Former Gloucester player Simon Devereux uncovers the the club's role during WW1
Ballyclare Comrades Football Club was formed by soldiers returning from WW1 .
Players from Bradford who paid the ultimate price
The team that played for their city and fought for their country
On the 2nd March 1918 Celtic Park played host to an England v Scotland football match.
The cricket grounds that became a war hospital
Seventeen Leicester Tigers rugby players died during World War One
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