Amazon Prime’s All or Nothing documentary series is preparing to hit the soccer pitch.

After featuring North American teams including the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys and NCAA Football’s Michigan Wolverines, the company is preparing to release a series on the English Premiere League’s Manchester City' 2017-18 campaign. Production includes an in-depth look at the team’s training facilities and interviews, to name a few.


Amazon released a statement about the series following the trailer’s release.

The following is an excerpt from Awful Announcing:

The Amazon Prime Original series will offer fans a glimpse into the historic Club, its legendary coach, Pep Guardiola and the weekly stories that unfold within the lives of the players currently sitting on top of the English Premier League table. Guardiola was one of the best players and coaches of his generation, having won three Champions League titles during his time at FC Barcelona. He joined Manchester City in 2016, coaching stars such as Sergio Aguero, Gabriel Jesus and Kevin de Bruyne.

This new series will take viewers on a behind the scenes journey through the whole of Manchester City’s 2017/18 season from the world-leading training facilities at the City Football Academy, to interviews with the manager and executive meetings.

Amazon couldn’t have asked for a better season from its featured team. The Blue Devils cruised their way through the EPL and captured their third championship since 2012.

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Manchester City isn't the first international team to be featured in the series. The production team also made its way to New Zealand to capture the country’s infamous All-Blacks Rugby team.


An official release date has not been issued yet, so soccer fans will have to remain patient until one is announced. With a star-studded lineup includind Vincent Kompany and Sergio Aguero, along with legendary coach Pep Guardiola, this one is sure to gain some traction.

(H/T Awful Announcing)