Here we present you 5 soccer TV series and movies that you can watch on Netflix. What are you waiting for?
Television productions have been an alternative form of mass media to bring fans with their teams and their favorite sports. That's why, in LatinAmerican Post we present you 5 series and movies available on Netflix that no soccer fan can miss.
Boca Juniors Confidential
From Friday September 14 is available on Netflix "Boca Juniors Confidential", the documentary series that tells how the Argentine team is prepared for a competition. This series revolves around the pre-season of the team and, since it is a production that is born from the same club, has an intimate view of the players, the coaching staff and their families.
This series is a must not only for fans of Boca, but also for anyone who is interested in soccer and in knowing from inside how a team works in its preparation for the season.
According to Infobae is also from the creators of "Boca Juniors 3D: The movie", which focuses more on the general history of the team and especially in the fans. The slogan that Netflix has put to "Boca Juniors Confidencial" is "The time has come to know the mystique from within". Indeed, that's the way it is: this documentary series will take us not only to the stadium but to the costumes.
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First Team Juventus
This is also a Netflix production. It is a documentary miniseries with just three chapters that follows the players of Juventus in the 2017-18 season. It is a must for the fans of the club and for the fans of Cristiano Ronaldo to know in depth CR7's team.
"With interviews with legends like Alessandro Del Piero and players like Federico Bernardeschi, Giorgio Chiellini, Douglas Costa, Gonzalo Higuain, Claudio Marchisio, Miralem Pjanić, Daniele Rugani, captain Gianluigi Buffon and coach Massimiliano Allegri," says the synopsis of the platform.
With regard to the champions of the World Cup this year, every soccer fan must watch this feature-length documentary that tells the history of the French National Team from 1996 to 2016, and relates it to the historical and social context of the country during these years.
It is a naive documentary that shows how deeply political soccer is. It premiered last year and now regains its relevance given the victory in this World Cup, which brought out the multicultural and changing French society. It is also available on Netflix for Latin America.
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Gold Stars: The official history of the FIFA World Cup
In short, the documentary miniseries is the television genre of soccer. This is produced by FIFA and it is about three chapters that tell the story of world soccer as a documentary. Also, review the most iconic and unforgettable moments of the soccer World Cup. The good thing about this miniseries is that it is not concentrated only in men's soccer, but also in women's and beach games.
Thus, it brings new and curious data for the viewer and that are exclusive to FIFA. A must for lovers and connoisseurs of soccer, for beginners and for those who are curious. No doubt they will be fans after watching this documentary.
The impossible champion
It takes the viewer back to the 1986 Mexico World Cup. It revolves around Argentina, the champion team, but it works very well to understand the phenomenon of Latin American soccer in general during that World Cup, remembered above all for being the Hand of God. This documentary has valuable testimonies about Diego Armando Maradona and the promotion of the Argentine National Team during the 80s.
It also serves to understand the political and economic context of Mexico, the host country, and the rest of Latin America. This is, in addition, the only World rejected by a country to be its host: Colombia rejected this invitation from FIFA and ended up being in Mexico. A must for those who want to remember this World Cup and for those who did not live it and want to understand something about Latin American soccer.
LatinAmerican Post | Juliana Rodríguez Pabón
Translated from "Fútbol y Netflix: 5 series y películas de las que somos hinchas"
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