21 Sep 2015
A true, David and Goliath story of how the coal miners of West Auckland FC won ‘the first world cup’
In 1909 Scottish millionaire businessman Sir Thomas Lipton, THE tea man and football enthusiast invited the Football Associations of Europe to participate in an international tournament in Turin and to contest The Thomas Lipton Trophy, often referred to as the first World Cup.
11 Aug 2015
Best comebacks in football
AC Milan 3 - Liverpool 0. Half time. UEFA Champions League Final - 2005, Not in a million years did I foresee what happened next. Just unbelievable.
05 Aug 2015
Steven Gerrard – The Story
Mr. Liverpool has left his beloved club and moved onto a new career at Los Angeles Galaxy in the MLS. This very inspirational documentary looks at Stevens Liverpool career.
03 Aug 2015
Sir Matt Busby fulfils his Holy Grail
Ten years after the tragic Munich air disaster Sir Matt Busby led his rebuilt Manchester United team out onto the hallowed Wembley turf to meet Portuguese Champions Benfica in the final of the European Cup. United were attempting to become the first English Team to win the European Cup and Sir Matt Busby was trying to fulfil his own holy grail of football.
02 Aug 2015
Jose Mourinho – The Marmite Manager
The facts say that Jose Mourinho's record of success is up there with the very best. So what is it that makes Mr Mourinho "the special one"? There are probably lots of answers, but he unquestionably adheres to the KISS principle - Keep It Simple Stupid. No square pegs in round holes. No fancy, complicated tactics. Play players who are talented, but who have to work hard, be disciplined and do their job. Compact space and make it difficult for the opposition to score. Make the best of attacking set pieces. Get the ball into the opposition box where goals are scored. Understand and exploit the opposition weaknesses and nullify their strengths.
31 Jul 2015
20 transfers that shocked English football
With the drama and chaos of the transfer window upon us, this is a great documentary that traces some of the most historic and strange transfers that have involved mainly English clubs in the past.
22 Apr 2015
Sunday Morning football – dramas, tears, arguments and indiscipline
Reality FC take on Hillingdon Park Rangers in the first game of the season. The players aren’t all quite on the same wave length and decide that the best way forward is to argue with each other, the referee, opponents and the man walking the dog!
20 Apr 2015
Sunday Morning Football – Drama of a quarter final cup tie
Watch the behind the scenes action and match highlights as the Sunday football team Reality FC take on AFC Heathrow in the quarter finals of the Cup!