Football fanaticism and up close and personal documentaries have become all the rage on streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime. Credit: Getty Images

Best football documentaries: The 10 most popular shows ever made - according to viewers

New Amazon football documentary, All or Nothing: Arsenal, follows the trials and tribulations of one of the Premier League’s top clubs – but how does it compare to other popular football documentaries?

The latest in Amazon’s ‘All or Nothing’ series focuses on Mikel Arteta’s Gunners side and their 2021/2022 campaign and has proven immensely popular with viewers across the globe.

The dramatic television show goes up and close and personal with Spanish manager Arteta and his Arsenal troops as they aim to break the Premier League top four and bring the glory days back to Arsenal.

However, with more and more football documentaries capturing the everyday drama of the sport, we decided to look at which ones have proven to be most popular with viewers and fans.

Could it be Netflix’s two season long Sunderland Til I Die series from producers Fulwell73? Or was it Leeds United’s dramatic play off season in 2019 that captured the world’s imagination?

Using new research from OLBG, we can reveal what fans see as the best football documentary ever made.

Taking into account IMDB and Google User ratings, SEMrush search volume at the time of release and Youtube trailer views, each documentary was handed an aggregate score from these four metrics to reveal the world’s most loved football documentary.

So, without further ado, here is the list of the 10 best football documentaries of all time.

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