5 movies for those who like football

If you like football and are a fan of a good film or documentary, then prepare the popcorn because we have a list of suggestions for you. Some of the titles launched here, may change your perception of how you see football … are you ready?


Green Street Hooligans (2005) (IMDB 7.5/10)

Matt Buckner, an American student who goes to London after being expelled from Harvard University, is introduced to the world of football mafia, leading him to put his life in danger many times.

Mean Machine (2001) (IMDB 6.5/10)

This film tells the story of Danny, a famous football player and captain of the English national team, who is sentenced to three years in prison after his participation in the arrangement of the result between England and Germany. Within the prison establishment he receives an irrefutable proposal to form a semi-professional team formed by prison guards.


Qatar Emirate Cup Documentary: World Cup Corruption, Human Right Violations

This is the first of three documentaries, which tell stories of corruption and the exploitation of human rights, with the aim of these organizations achieving their purposes.

FIFA’s Dirty Secrets

In Portuguese “FIFA's dirty secrets” is an episode of the BBC Panorama’s documentaries series, which carries out the investigation by Andrew Jennings on allegations of corruption by FIFA, the entity that regulates football.

The Hidden Brutality Of Qatar’s FIFA World Cup Preparations

This documentary reports the alleged conditions, often about slavery, that the builders of the construction project of the most expensive football event face, to get everything ready for the 2022 World Cup.

💰 I would like to watch some football related movies on Netflix. Which ones should I watch?

Here you have a list of some of the best movies and documentaries about football on Netfflix.

💰 How far is the penalty spot from the goal line?

The penalty spot is 12 yards away from the goal line.

💰 Who has the record of most goals scored in one single season?

The player that has this record is Jimmy Jones with 74 goals in the 1956-57 season, playing for Glevanon FC.

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