For my last post of 2016, I’m starting a new feature: a ranked list of all the soccer movie reviews this past year. Most of these were not released in 2016. Continue reading “2016 Best/Worst Soccer Movies Reviewed”
In the following soccer movies and football films, dogs play major roles in the stories. Even though I am not a soccer-playing dog lover, I found the first 3 films to be entertaining, and the fourth film, Pups United, might be the best of the 4.
Update: I migrated this from a page to a post on sep-6-2016
The following soccer movies and football films are all documentaries that show how sport can result in social change. The players are all homeless and join teams to try and qualify for the Homeless World Cup. The discipline of teamwork helps get some of the players off the street.
All of these films will make you think.
To learn about an organization making phenomenal progress working for social change in San Francisco through soccer, visit Bay Area Street Soccer USA. I sponsored my son’s team in their Jul-2016 tournament. We had great fun watching this 4v4 format on a hard court.
Update Sep-6-2016: this was a page that I have migrated to a post.