A team of Romany football players try to overcome prejudice in this Czech documentary.
Pete is a football enthusiast, who plays as a goalkeeper for FC HeMan, a team playing in the lowest possible league. His girlfriend, Anna, hates the whole sport. Pete and his teammates are planning to travel to watch the Football World Cup held in Germany. Anna is not excited about Pete's plan to leave her alone for the summer. Therefore Anna decides to present a challenge to Pete: She will form a team from the wives and girlfriends of the FC HeMan players, and then the women's team (FC Venus) would play against FC HeMan. If the women's team wins, the men will have to give up football, and if the men's team wins, the women will never complain about their hobby.
De Kampioenen are about to celebrate their 25th anniversary and want their long-lost original trainer to join them. Meanwhile, an old enemy is released from prison and enters a quest for revenge.
The Iberian F.C. is a female football team makes a splash in the world of football, rather than their athletic skills, their physical attraction for the male audience. Each of the components of the whole suffers a different and peculiar relationship status, derived from its new sports.
After his much-criticised performance in Real Madrid’s Champions League defeat to Juventus last week, we preview Gareth Bale’s impending duel against Patrice Evra in Wednesday’s second leg clash at the Bernabeu…
Chelsea FC The winner UEFA Champions League 2012
A documentary that explores the events of the disrupted football match between Dinamo (Zagreb) and Crvena Zvezda (Beograd) on May 13th 1990. As fighting broke out the match was cancelled and the events are explored with testimonies from members of Bad Blue Boys and the police of the time. The event is considered by many as the start of the Croatian war for independence (Domovinski rat).
Invicta FC 10: Waterson vs. Tiburcio is a mixed martial arts event that took place on December 5, 2014. Fight Card: Main Card Atomweight Michelle Waterson(c) vs. Herica Tiburcio Bantamweight Tonya Evinger vs. Cindy Dandois Flyweight Roxanne Modafferi vs. Andrea Lee Flyweight DeAnna Bennett vs. Jennifer Maia Preliminary Card Featherweight Peggy Morgan vs. Andria Wawro Strawweight Alexa Grasso vs. Alida Gray Atomweight Jinh Yu Frey vs. Cassie Robb Flyweight Rachael Ostovich vs. Evva Johnson
Invicta FC 18: Grasso vs. Esquibel was a mixed martial arts event headlined by a strawweight fight between undefeated Alexa Grasso and Jodie Esquibel. The winner of the main event is expected to receive the next strawweight title shot against champion Angela Hill. The original co-main event was to be Irene Aldana facing undefeated Brazilian fighter Taila Santos to determine who challenges Tonya Evinger next for the bantamweight championship, however VISA issues forced Santos off the card and the fight was removed. Lynn Alvarez was scheduled to fight undefeated Indian fighter Manjit Kolekar but VISA issues forced Kolekar off the card and she was replaced by Mizuki Inoue. Agnieszka Niedzwiedz was scheduled to fight Claudia Rey but Rey was also unable to make the event due to VISA issues and was replaced by Christine Stanley. Aldana, Rey, and Santos are now being scheduled for the next event.
Pride 1 was the first mixed martial arts event held by KRS-Pride (later renamed Pride Fighting Championships). It took place at the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan on October 11, 1997 and attracted a crowd of 47,860 spectators. In addition to the MMA bouts, there was one kickboxing bout between K-1 Grand Prix Champion Branko Cikatić and Ralph White. The English language commentary for this event was provided by Stephen Quadros and Bas Rutten.
Pride 2 was a mixed martial arts event held by KRS-Pride (later renamed Pride Fighting Championships). It took place at Yokohama Arena in Yokohama, Japan on March 15, 1998. Kazushi Sakuraba, Mark Kerr, Vernon White, and Marco Ruas all made their Pride debuts at this event. In addition to the MMA events, there were also two kickboxing events. The English language commentary for this event was provided by Stephen Quadros and Bas Rutten.
Pride 3 was a mixed martial arts event held by KRS-Pride (later renamed Pride Fighting Championships) on June 24, 1998 at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo, Japan. The English language commentary for this event was provided by Stephen Quadros and Bas Rutten.
Pride 4 was a mixed martial arts event held by KRS-Pride (later renamed Pride Fighting Championships). It took place at the Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan, on October 11, 1998. The english language commentary for this event was provided by Stephen Quadros and Bas Rutten.
Pride 5 was a mixed martial arts event held by the Pride Fighting Championships. This was the first Pride event to be promoted by Dream Stage Entertainment, which took over from Kakutougi Revolution Spirits. The event took place at the Nagoya Rainbow Hall in Nagoya, Japan, on April 29, 1999. This event marked the Pride debuts of Mark Coleman and Vitor Belfort.
A goal kicking comedy drama about girls who are abandoning the sidelines and starting their local football club’s first all-female team. Against the odds, they’ll stand united and overcome any challenge the club, the boys or the opposition can throw at them, all while wrestling with what it means to be a girl today.
Swedish reality where a group of nerdy young men without football experience are coached by Thomas and Andreas Ravelli to finally play against a professional team.
F.C. De Kampioenen, was a long-running Flemish sitcom chronicling the adventures of a fictional local football team. It aired on the Belgian-Flemish channel één between 1990 and 2011, for 21 seasons with 273 half-hour long episodes, making it one of the most successful comedy programs ever on Belgian television. In 2009 a film had been planned, but has since been cancelled following complaints by the actors about the script. In 2012 the crew announced a new script was written and a movie will be produced. The movie is to be released in December 2013. The series relies heavily on stereotypical characters and farce for its humour. The story is mainly set around a few members of the football club who regularly visit the club canteen before or after a soccer training or match. The canteen is run by Pascale, who is in a relationship with Maurice. The football club is sponsored by the owner of a sausage factory, Balthazar Boma. Next to the field is an antiques shop, owned by the fraudulent Fernand. Most of the episodes are based on misunderstandings or dirty tricks from Fernand.
FC Nörtit is a Finnish television program which follows the FC Nerds format. It tells the story of 16 nerds, who are supposed to learn to play soccer. They trained for two months and played afterwards against the most successful soccer team of Finland, HJK. Against all odds they were eventually able to score a goal. The show was seen in 2006 on SubTV.
FC Z is a Swedish TV-show about 15 nerds who never have played football. Now, under management by one of Sweden's best football players through time, Glenn Hysen, FC Z have 4 months to prove to be worthy opponents against Swedish champions Djurgårdens IF. FC Z is a spin-off of the popular Danish reality show and team FC Zulu.
FC Zulu is a Danish television program on TV 2 Zulu. It tells the story about 16 nerds, who had never touched a football before, trained in 2004 for three months, with the goal of playing against FCK in PARKEN. Against all odds, they were able to score a goal. This year, the incapable nerds return, again led by the coach duo, Mark Strudal and TNT. This time is the opponent is none other than Swedish FC Zulu-copy FC Z who FC Zulu beat 6-0. In 2005 they were nominated for an Emmy for best 'Non-Scripted-Entertainment', but didn't win. The show has later been launched in several other countries, with FC Nerds as the name instead.
Nerds FC is an Australian television documentary featuring soccer. The first series of the show was aired as a lead-in for the 2006 FIFA World Cup on the Special Broadcasting Service network that featured coverage of the Australian national soccer team. The show follows a football team of 14 nerds who were trained over 3 months, climaxing with a match against a professional team. Nerds FC is produced by SBS independent and Grundy Television. Nerds FC's format, FC Nerds, is based on the Danish reality TV hit FC Zulu. The first series aired on Australian TV from 14 April 2006, encored from 8 June 2006, and encored again from 21 April 2007. The DVD for the first series was released on 6 June 2007. The second series aired from 9 June 2007. The DVD for the second series was released on 16 August 2007.
Fash FC was a weekly UK television programme: a reality/documentary show following ex-professional footballer John Fashanu as he goes back to the grassroots of football, managing a team of amateur players in a Sunday League. The show was launched in September 2003, and was broadcast throughout the 2003–2004 football season on Bravo. The show received a re-run on Loaded TV, the Sky satellite platform Channel 200 and online. Broadcasts are weekly at 11pm on Wednesdays.
Follow renowned soccer club Juventus on and off the pitch as they attempt to win a seventh straight Italian title and achieve Champions League glory.
Fox Sports FC was an Australian football discussion show that televised on Fox Sports.
This reality show follows budding football stars battling it out in an amateur Sunday football league. Not only do they get to experience a taste of the lifestyle of Premiership players; fast cars, sponsorship deals and celebrity girlfriends, but they are managed by football legend, John Fashanu. Follow ex-professional footballer John Fashanu as he goes back to the grassroots of football to manage an amateur Sunday League team.