Select Page

Top 6 football docu-series

Top 6 football docu-series


The documentary series covers Leeds as they seek to be promoted back to the Premier League after 15 years, and the hiring of mysterious boss Marcelo Bielsa has made it all the more interesting. Any of the highlights include the spying controversy, their failure to sign Swansea winger Daniel James on the deadline of January, and their subsequent struggle to return to the top flight. The opening episode opens with the profile of the club’s owner, Andrea Radrizzani because of course that’s what everybody needs to do but once you get through that, that’s a fantastic watch.


Before this documentary came out, we have never had such an intimate look at the ways in which the Catalan, perceived by many to be the best Manager in the world, works behind closed doors. A more refined look at sports documentaries, however also an engrossing and informative look not just at Manchester City, but also at their boss Pep Guardiola.

The series covers the 2017/18 season, Guardiola’s second in England following a tough start to the club in his inaugural campaign, and tracks the remarkable heights they have achieved on their way to becoming champions of the Premier League.


A revealing documentary about Liverpool’s faithful supporter, Making Us Dream reveals a new side of as he talks from his LA pad. The midfielder, whose name we all called as children when he took shoots from the top of the box, without holding back much he comments on the oppressive feeling of duty that he bore to the Liverpool team. For a player who we’ve always seen with a furrowed brow, pinched eyebrows, and an almost pained smile, you can’t help but be shocked by the comfortable way that he walked down to his retirement.


If there’s a former or current footballer you’d consider is ripe for the Netflix sequence, it’s got to be Diego Maradona. One of the best players of all time, Argentina has led a bizarre life in the spotlight and continued to make headlines till death.

Maradona’s management forays were mixed, to say the least, but when it was revealed that he would manage a Mexican club in Sinaloa, home to one of the world’s largest drug cartels, everyone must watch it as no one knew this was going to be the last time we saw Maradona doing what he loved stay connected to Football.


The most famous sport in the world “Football”. It’s the largest thing on earth. The “WORLD CUP” is the most famous trophy. Just 8 countries have ever won. This has never been covered before. This series discusses each of the 8 countries that have been champions. Their biggest stars, their personal stories, their past. It’s a journey to uncover the mysteries of victory, according to their own heroes and the best experts.


A sports docuseries about the Tottenham Hotspur Football Club season 2019-20. It chronicles a difficult season for the club, starting with the sacking of Mauricio Pochettino as a manager, who was succeeded by José Mourinho, and reflects on the attempt by Mourinho to lead the team in an unfulfilled season disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s part of the All or Nothing documentary series.

Checkout more such content at:

About The Author

Lochan Sah

Captain, UPES-SOL Football team. Football enthusiast 🔴🔵VISCA BARCA🔵🔴

Leave a Reply

error: Content is protected !!

Subscribe To Our Newsletter

Join our mailing list to receive the latest news and updates from our team.

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This