A review of the academic debate concerning teaching values through physical education provides thoughts to consider regarding the educational potential of sport to promote the attitudinal dimension, with Olympic education as a reference. In addition to this trajectory, we attempt to understand the following question: How are studies pedagogically valuable for the pedagogical practices of physical education, with sports
as their content? The aim of this paper is to analyse pedagogical practices in the school environment, directed towards teaching values through sports, specifically soccer, by physical education teachers. This is a research-training type of descriptive study, which uses two semi-structured interviews and the creation of an autobiographical narrative as sources. By adapting the rules of soccer, the teacher created the “humanised
sport” method. It is concluded that the “humanised sport” method surpasses the limits of a classical Olympic education to meet socio-cultural needs.