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Have you watched these top 6 football movies of all time?

Here is a list of 6 most inspiring movies every football fan must watch!

1.Pele: Birth of a Legend (2016)

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Pele is a biographical film about how the famous Brazilian footballer starts his career in football. In this movie, you’ll get the chance to see how Pele brought his country’s unique playing style to the world stage which eventually will make you realised that heritage and specialized techniques are to be celebrated, not muted.

2.Kicking & Screaming (2005)

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In the mood for a comedy movie? Kicking and screaming is a movie about a family man, Phil Weston, played by Will Ferrell, who takes on the coaching duties of his son’s football team and finds that he’s also taking on his father’s competitive nature.

3.The Damned United (2009)

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If you’re a football hard-core fan, you should know that Brian Clough is one of the names on the list of the shortest managerial reigns in football history and this movie is about that. Adapted from David Peace’s bestselling novel The Damned Utd, the movie is about the author’s interpretation of Brian Clough as the manager of Leeds United club for only 44 days.

4.Bend It Like Beckham (2002)

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This film has everything, from football skills, friendship, culture to gender discrimination. Directed by Gurinder Chadha, the film is set in London and features the life of a Punjabi girl who wants to become a professional footballer but her parents have forbidden her to do so because of gender and tradition.

5.Shaolin Soccer (2001)

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A comedy movie directed by Stephen Chow, Shaolin soccer is about a former monk and his brothers trying to form a football team and apply their superhuman martial arts skills to win.

6. Goal! (2005)

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We love that this film features cameos from world class players such as Lionel Messi, David Beckham and countless others! The movie is about how the son of immigrant parents got noticed by a scout from Newcastle United and how he started his professional career. If you can’t get enough of this one, good news is that it’s a trilogy film: the second movie, Goal II: Living the Dream, was released in 2007. The third and final part, Goal III: Taking on the World, was released in 2009.

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