List of official FIFA World Cup films

Since 1954, FIFA has sanctioned an official documentary film for each World Cup.[1][2] Up to 2002, 35 mm film was used for the footage.[2] The films (from 1954 to 2006) are available in the "FIFA WORLD CUP DVD COLLECTION" Boxed set, while the 2010 film can be found as a single DVD. The 2014 film has not yet been released on DVD. All of those products can be bought on and eBay.

Tournament Venue Title Narrator Notes
1954 Switzerland German Giants Emil Fersil [2]
1958 Sweden Hinein! Herbert Zimmermann; Heribert Meisel; Heinz Gottschalk An UFA production with commentary in German.[3]
1962 Chile Viva Brazil John Fosberry, Allan Grace [2]
1966 England Goal! Nigel Patrick The first World Cup film in colour; the 1966 television coverage was monochrome.[2][4]
1970 Mexico The World at Their Feet Patrick Allen [2][5]
1974 West Germany Heading for glory Joss Ackland [2]
1978 Argentina Campeones Steve Hudson [2]
1982 Spain G'olé! Sean Connery [2][6]
1986 Mexico Hero Michael Caine [2][7]
1990 Italy Soccer Shoot-Out Edward Woodward [2]
1994 United States Two Billion Hearts Liev Schreiber [2][8]
1998 France La Coupe de la Gloire Sean Bean [2]
2002 South Korea/Japan Seven Games from Glory Robert Powell [2]
2006 Germany The Grand Finale[9] Pierce Brosnan direct-to-video release[10]
2010 South Africa The Official 2010 FIFA World Cup Film in 3D (also an official film: Match 64) Ian Darke 64-minute Blu-ray 3D with footage from the 25 matches broadcast in 3D, plus interviews.[1][11][12][13]
2014 Brazil Brasil!: FIFA World Cup Brazil" Adriano Santiago A Trator Filmes production. Directed by Alex Miranda.



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