This documentary features the highlights of this year's tournament both on and off the field. Using specially shot footage, this documentary film leaves a lasting legacy on a tournament with bigger ambitions than ever before. All twenty-four participating teams feature in this production, from the power-houses of the women’s game through to the eight debutants at this year’s tournament, providing the most comprehensive review ever of any FIFA Women’s World Cup.
Lorsqu’il remet au FBI le fruit de son enquête, Andrew Jennings sait qu’il devra encore patienter avant l’arrestation des dirigeants de la FIFA, le temps pour le gouvernement américain de vérifier l’exactitude des documents qu’il fournit. …
As part of FIFA's Centennial celebrations, FIFA Fever takes you on a fast and furious roller coaster ride through 100 years of the world's greatest football action. Re-live the sheer magnificence of the FIFA World Cup's greatest goals, games, saves, free kicks, heroes and villains, and some of the craziest football antics ever captured on film.
An in-depth documentary looking back on the 1998 World Cup in France. Inspired by Zinedine Zidane, the tournament hosts lifted the famous trophy for the first time with victory over Brazil in the final. England's campaign ended with an eventful defeat by Argentina. Michael Owen announced himself on the world stage with a special goal, but David Beckham made himself public enemy number one after being sent off before his country were knocked out on penalties.
An in-depth documentary looking back on the 1986 World Cup, which featured Diego Maradona's infamous Hand of God. Maradona was the undisputed star of the tournament, scoring five goals as Argentina lifted the World Cup. However, it was his controversial goal against England in the quarter-final which lingered longest in the memory.
An in-depth documentary looking back on the 1982 World Cup in Spain, which saw Argentina's Diego Maradona make his debut on the world stage. Brazil's dazzling football lit up the 1982 World Cup, but the flamboyant artistry of the likes of Falcao, Socrates and Zico was not enough to bring them a fourth trophy. Instead, it was Italy who triumphed, the goals of Paolo Rossi helping the Azzurri to their first World Cup triumph for 44 years.