Like millions of kids around the world, Santiago harbors the dream of being a professional footballer...However, living in the Barrios section of Los Angeles, he thinks it is only that--a dream. Until one day an extraordinary turn of events has him trying out for Premiership club Newcastle United.
Tempted away from Newcastle United to join Real Madrid, rising star Santiago Munez finds this latest change of fortune the greatest challenge yet - personally as well as professionally. He is reunited with Gavin Harris, though they must compete to be on the team, and estranged from fiancee Roz, whose nursing career keeps her back home.
Goal is the story of bunch of ordinary village children who challenge the impossible with the help of a teacher who refuses to see them fail.
In the third installment of the football drama trilogy Goal!, Kuno Becker returns as Mexican footballer Santiago Muñez, who, along with his best friends and England national team players Charlie Braithwaite (Leo Gregory) and Liam Adams (JJ Feild), are selected for their respective national teams at the 2006 FIFA World Cup Finals in Germany.
For the Olympique de Paris soccer team, this away match scheduled against Caplongue was merely supposed to be one last chore before the end of the professional season. Yet no one could ever have imagined that an unknown rabies-like infection was going to spread like wildfire, turning this small town’s inhabitants into ultra-violent and highly contagious creatures.
Biography - The Goal" chronicles the lives of two athletes who are on an adrenaline track, one to the Olympics and the other to the world of Pro Soccer - Michael Best, Rado Bily, Matt Clark
An inspirational story about the power of hope in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds, and an object lesson in what it really means to be a winner in life.
Angelo dreams that his son Matteo becomes a great goalkeeper. In order to reach this goal, Angelo invests everything. But Matteo turns a deaf ear to his father’s dream. During an important game, Angelo is prepared to interfere in his son’s play in order to back him. But the father pushes his son to the limits. He finally puts more than his very dream at stake.
A group of teens gets involved in the underground football betting scene where lots of money can be quickly won or lost.
A new female coach fresh out of college takes over the cross country program at an all girls private Christian school and tries to lead them to their first state title.
4TH & GOAL is the epic tale of six young men in their quest to join the most elite club in professional athletics: the NFL. Shot over six years, we first meet Deqawn, Albert, Gibril, Tim, Randy, and Bret at the famed junior college football program at City College in San Francisco. We follow them through the 2003 championship season to the top D1 collegiate teams in the nation and into their encounter with world of professional football. What their individual fates reveal is as much a prophetic tale of brotherhood, family and the harsh realities of growing up as it is about excelling on 100 yards of turf.
A drama about football coaches and players.
A man recounts the story of a local legend as he travels to the jungle to make peace with his life.
The Golden Trio of junior high school soccer players, Toshi, Kenji and Kazu, enroll at the new Kakegawa High School merely because they want to play with Kubo, the legendary player who learned his superb soccer techniques in Germany and who helped the Kakegawa team, which then consisted of freshmen only, win eight place in the all-Japan....
This entertaining documentary of the World Cup Soccer tournament of 1966 follows the 15 countries competing for the sport's most coveted prize. Nigel Patrick narrates, with commentary provided by Brian Glanville. The executive producer spent $336,000 on the production and used 117 cameras to record nearly 48 hours worth of action. Four editors were employed to created the final 108-minute feature.
The story of dogs and cats playing each other at football. Includes sing-a-longs of various college fight songs.
The Carlton State star quarterback is wrongly thrown in jail, almost guaranteeing a major loss as well as costing the college a donation which would save the school from closing.
Body without bone. Sloppy and improper. Body seepage. Naked sewer rats. Hairless aristocratic cats. Slime. The body of the future, fluid & flexible & folding into itself. Body negotiations. 3D software as a lab for new subjectivities/monstrosities. I dub all the voices. Unfortunately, the mischievous flubber seems to have a mind of its own.
Follow Manchester United's Wayne Rooney's career from his hat-trick on his debut to him getting closer and closer to Bobby Charlton's goal record.
Golden Goal is a comedy talkshow about sports, hosted by Johan Golden and Henrik Elvestad on Norwegian TV2. The show features interviews with athletes, presentations of exotic and unusual sports from around the world, comedic reenactments of sports history events, and tests of "improvements" to well known sports. The show is currently – in its 3rd season - holding a market share of about 35% in its time slot.
The Goal Rush was a live ITV television programme that aired from 2001 to 2003 produced by Granada Television. The programme was broadcast on Saturdays as a rival show to Final Score on BBC One, and provided live football scores from the Premier League and the Football League. ITV ran the programme during the two of the three seasons that it held the rights to show Premier League highlights. After the rights were lost, The Goal Rush was axed. Coverage began on ITV2 and then continued on ITV from 4pm. The programme was presented by Angus Scott.
The Goal of the Month is a monthly segment on BBC's Match of the Day television programme, in honour of the best goal scored each month. The segment has been featured on the programme since the 1970–71 season. Typically, a selection of eight or ten goals from the month are shown and The Goal of the Month is decided by the subjective opinion of one of the pundits, such as Alan Hansen, Mark Lawrenson or Alan Shearer. Until the 2006–07 season, viewers were given the chance to win a prize by selecting the correct winner. For the majority of the 2007–08 season, the BBC did not allow any competitions due to a money-for-competitions-entry scandal, but towards the end of the season and for the goal of the season competition, normal service was resumed., The award of Goal of the Month was usually given as 1st, 2nd and 3rd best goal of the month on Match of the Day up until the BBC lost the right to show Premiership highlights in 2000. When highlights returned to the BBC, the format was reduced to only the best goal of the month being announced. The winners usually go forth to contest the Goal of the Season. The theme tune used when showing the nominated goals now changes each season, although the piece most usually associated with it was the same song for several years in the early 90s; "The Life Of Riley" by The Lightning Seeds. During the 1998-99 season, the programme used the theme from the film Malizie di Venere. In 2007–08, the theme was a non-vocal version of "That's No Way to Tell a Lie" by Manic Street Preachers vocalist James Dean Bradfield. For the 2008–09 season, "In This City" by Iglu & Hartly was the theme. For the 2009–10 season, "Science of Fear" by The Temper Trap was used. For the 2011–12 season, "Down with the Trumpets" by Rizzle Kicks is used. From the 2012-13 season onwards, The Road Goes On Forever" by High Contrast is used.
Geoff and real-life wife Griffon talk about modern relationships and what love is in 2017. Relationship Goals is relationship real-talk (with a pinch of sass).
Goalissimo a television programme on Channel 4. An alternative to Football Italia and French Football, Goalissimo covered a lot of the world's football action. It was on late at night during the week, but was repeated at 7am on Saturday mornings. From November 2012 the show has begun a weekly run on Premier Sports, channel 428 on Sky in the UK.
Goalstar is a docu-reality series that sets out to discover if a team of celebrities who aren’t professional Soccer players can successfully build a united Soccer team and win the game of their lives. During the season the players will go through a touching, grueling and fun transformation. In this intensive boot camp they will go through some unforgettable experiences, in Israel and abroad, and each of them will fulfill his childhood dream to play Soccer in front of a full stadium.
Each week, respected team captains Ron Manager and Tommy Stein are joined by host Simon Day and four very special footballing and celebrity guests in a show packed with humour, football and Ron's inimitable wisdom.
Rent-a-Goalie is a half-hour comedy television series from Canada that aired on Showcase from 2006 - 2008. Its third season premiered 20 October 2008. The first season was nominated for three Gemini Awards, including Best Comedy Series. It was also nominated for a Directors Guild of Canada Award, the CFTPA Indie Award for Best Comedy Series, an ACTRA Award for Best Male Performance for Christopher Bolton, and four Canadian Comedy Awards, winning two. The second season was nominated for six Gemini Awards, including Best Comedy Series, Best Ensemble Performance, Best Directing, Best Writing, Best Cinematography and Best Casting. It has also been nominated for three Canadian Comedy Awards.
The Championship was a British football television programme featuring highlights from the Coca Cola Football League. It was almost always shown on Sunday mornings on ITV, presented by Matt Smith. Despite its name, it also covered Football League One and Football League Two matches, albeit to a lesser extent than Championship matches. The show included various additional features since it began in August 2004 and had its format changed due to widespread criticism of the number of commercial breaks. Link scenes usually involved Smith speaking to camera from various parts of the stadium of the featured match, such as the dressing rooms, the referee's office, the boot room, the pie stand and so on.
Goals on Sunday is a British television show on Sky Sports 1 that shows highlights and analysis of Premier League, Scottish Premier League and Football League Championship matches. Shown on a Sunday morning, the programme is fronted by Chris Kamara and Ben Shephard. Kamara has formerly presented the show with Ian Payne, Rob McCaffrey and Claire Tomlinson. The show is largely popular for the guest analysts who appear on the show. These are mainly players, ex-players managers or ex-managers and they often exchange jokes with the presenters. It has been described as two hours of mostly Premier League highlights that is set apart from Sky Sports’ world of swooshing graphics by its opening titles. Tomlinson left the show in October 2007 and was replaced until the end of the season by Paul Boardman with a handful of appearances from Jeff Stelling. Ian Payne was confirmed as Kamara's new co-presenter ahead of the 2008/2009 season, and his arrival coincided with the show's new set and titles. Payne left the show in 2010 and was set to be replaced with David Jones However, Ben Shephard was later confirmed as the new co-presenter. The show's theme tune is the Faith No More cover version of The Commodores single Easy. The studio background is a view across Surrey Quays in London's docklands.