Rui Costa is one the last football romantics. A symbol of devotion, of passion over profit. It's hard to find a player in Benfica's history with such a bond with the club having spent so many seasons abroad. The "Maestro" revives how he got up the ranks to the first team, soon becoming an international star in Italy but always longing to fulfill a promised and emotional return to where his heart calls home.
Anecdotes and testimonials about the performance of Argentina in the 1986 FIFA World Cup. The whole story behind the Cup.
Documentary about the Egyptian club Al-Ahly achieving the title of the African Champions League for the ninth time (2020) after failing to achieve the title since 2013, and the film revolves in several chapters between failure and fear until we reach the title.
"Haturnir" is a documentary film, following Liam Ronen "The CEO" - a high school student who arranged the soccer tournament that eventually succeeded in becoming an outrageous empire. The film captures the fights, conflicts, COVID-19 influences, and competitions in this event.
The DVD "Vamos Subir, Negô!" narrates the return of Esporte Clube Vitória, the largest team in the North-Northeast, to the elite of Brazilian football championship. The difficulties faced after the fall to the third division, the restructuring and the new management. The rapprochement of the fans, the state championship and the complete 2007 second division campaign, which ensured the Leão da Barra's return to the first division. The DVD also features a bonus session, with exclusive testimonials, all the goals from the "Série B" campaign and the last two derbys played at the Fonte Nova Stadium. The Rubro-Negro fans deserve a record of the size of his passion for Vitória. "Vamos Subir, Negô!" is the film that will forever mark the life of the Rubro-Negro nation.
A look at the end of the footballing television career of Ron Atkinson
A look at this history of sticker collecting
A look at the personal life of the Arsenal and England player
Documentary about 1950's Portuguesa de Desportos, the star team nickname "The Spectacular Red-Green", famous for its two Rio-SP trophies (the first inter-states Brazilian tournament) and three no loss world tours which granted the club three Blue Ribbons (a prestigious prize in Brazilian football at the time).
A look at the rise of racism in modern football
A retrospective look at the influx of foreign footballers into the English leagues during the 1970s and 1980s and their lasting influence on the game.
The documentary covers the carrer of Ivair Ferreira, striker and left winger revealed by Portuguesa de Desportos in the 1960s. Nicknamed "The Prince of Football" by The King of Football (Pelé) himself. He was in the "Yeah, Yeah, Yeah" attacking trio of Portuguesa (alongside Leivinha and Servílio) where he played for fifteen years; was in Corinthians' attacking duo with Rivellino; and North American champion playing for the Toronto Metros-Croatia with Eusébio.
There's memorable games, there's great games, and then there's simply unforgettable games. But there's only one thing that makes an unforgettable game: a Chelsea victory in true Chelsea style. Relive Chelsea's most unforgettable games from recent seasons, when the Blues have imply been in a league of their own. Featuring: Blackburn Rovers 3 v 4 Chelsea (21st September 1998), Chelsea 5 v 0 Manchester United (3rd October 1999), Manchester United 0 v 3 Chelsea (1st December 2001), Chelsea 4 v 0 Liverpool (16th December 2001), and bonus full match Tottenham Hotspur 1 v 6 Chelsea (6th December 1997).
Chelsea finished third in the Premier League last season, albeit a staggering 25 points behind second-placed Liverpool, and started life under a new manager with club legend Frank Lampard taking the reins. With a transfer ban impacting the west Londoners' business, and the Covid-19 pandemic causing unprecedented disruption mid-season, Chelsea finished the domestic season narrowly losing the FA Cup final to Arsenal. Despite the disappointment, a 4th place finish secured on the final day of the Premier League campaign guarantees the Blues will be playing Champions League football in the 2020/21 season.
The 2006/07 season has proved a rollercoaster ride for Chelsea FC and its fans but once again the club emerged triumphant with two more cups to add to the trophy cabinet and many more wonderful memories to savour. For the majority of the season, José Mourinho and his players battled to achieve what no other team had managed in the history of English football - the quadruple! Eventually injuries, which had dogged the side throughout the campaign, and fatigue caught up with them and they had to settle for a cracking double with victory in the Carling Cup and FA Cup. The Blues defeated their arch-rivals Manchester United with a dramatic victory in the first FA Cup at the new Wembley Stadium to complete José Mourinho's collection of medals in English football. This programme is packed with the action, drama and goals from this incredible 2006/07 season. Relive all these wonderful moments time and time again.