The fall of communism in Eastern Europe and the dismantling of the Soviet Union opened new opportunities for the development in this part of the world. Three states of the region – Ukraine, Romania and Moldova have faced similar problems and challenges in overcoming the communist legacy and its impact on political, social and economic life. The book is an attempt to analyze in comparative perspective the development of football in the context of democratic transformation and of global processes in Eastern Europe, with special reference to the case of Ukraine, Romania and Moldova. It will try to present a four-dimensional perspective on East-European football: from pre-communist to communist model of development and further to the post-communist realities of transition and to the global tendencies. The book should be helpful and useful to professors and students from various higher educational institutions, experts and specialists of football, coaches and players, journalists, referees, officials from football federations and all football community across the world in order to be better connected to the history of football in three countries and its development in the near future.