For this year's World Cup, give in to your passion and go deep into the event. After all, it doesn't begin and end with this years games - at SBS On Demand we have a wealth of shows that will help you further explore the world's game properly. Explore the greatest players and moments in footballs history and then impress your mates with your in-depth knowledge and analysis.
Greatest Moments In Football
The series explores the inside stories of the greatest moments of the last seventy years: from the story of the greatest national team ever seen (Brazil's 1970 World Cup winners), the dramatically contrasting fortunes so-called 'Three Musketeers' of World Cup 98 (Zidane, Lima and Beckham), to the most remarkable World Cup game of modern times, when the host nation Brazil were stunned 7-1 by Germany, in July 2014.
Episode one of this five-part series is focused on 'Pele, Argentina And The Dictators'.
Intimate and revealing autobiographical docs on the longest serving and most traveled and successful football managers of the modern era, each of them talking more candidly than ever before, interviewed by Sky Sports football correspondent and reporter, Geoff Shreeves.
The first episode is about Gerard Houllier, with later episodes looking at Sven-Goran Eriksson, Roy Hodgson, Claudio Ranieri, and Louis Van Gaal.
Football's Greatest Players: Head To Head
In this documentary series, the exploits and skills of the world's greatest players are discussed and dissected by an expert panel (including football greats, Gianfranco Zola, Lothar Matthaus, Ryan Giggs, Gary Lineker), in order to settle football's greatest debate once-and-for-all.
The series kicks off with the great question: Who was best: Pele or Maradona?
We have just watched episode 8, which is called “Women’s Work’.
This week we with see the pros and cons of the women of Gilead banding together, for a little rule breaking. That has negative consequences for Serena and June when the Commander arrives home recuperated and wants his office back. But it has a positive effect elsewhere in the episode when the women of Gilead, from all social classes, decide the ends justify the means when the life of a baby is at stake.