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Top 5 Football Films

Football is the king sport with millions of fans around the world.  Those football films below will take you to the bustling but extremely harsh world, which will inspire you to love this sport more and more.

The Games of Their Lives

In the 1950 World Cup in Brazil, the US team made a miracle when winning a 1-0 victory over rivals from England. Although considered to be weaker because it has never achieved any outstanding achievements in football history, America’s bravery has impressed audiences. Although there are some flawed details, the film has shown the drama and determination to win the match that year.

Kicking and Screaming

The film is a tense battle between the father and son played by two actors Will Ferrell and Robert Duvall. This is a comedy movie about the “super cup” world football tournament for young players. Ferrell plays Phil Weston, a man who must find every way to please his aggressive father. When Phil decided to coach for his 10-year-old son’s team to compete for the football championship, he had to confront his father, Buck, who was also working hard to team up. Figure team. The race to the championship became more and more intense when Phil and Buck found themselves with tough measures to win.

The Damned United

The film revolves around Britain’s top football club – Leeds United. Brian Clough does not like the players’ dirty kicks and they are fraying. The film is also a glimpse of his career, which helps explain his hostility to his former manager Don Revie and why he left Peter Taylor to Brighton & Hove Albion.

Goal! The Dream Begins

Living in a poor area of Los Angeles, Santiago has a burning dream to become a professional soccer player but his family situation is his barrier. Once in a while, Santiago was discovered by an English talent searcher. Facing the turning point in life, will Santiago follow the call of his heart or continue to stay at home to do his fate?


The film about football legend Pelé was a young teenager in Sao Paulo area until he led the Brazilian team to the first World Cup victory at 17 years old.