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Netflix Reveal Stellar Lineup Of Upcoming Sports Documentaries

Netflix Reveal Stellar Lineup Of Upcoming Sports Documentaries
By Michael Bolton Updated
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It's quite the exciting time for sports fans who have Netflix, after they have announced a number of new documentaries set to hit the streaming service.

In recent years, sports documentaries have been hugely popular on streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime.

Not only does it give die hard fans a glimpse of what goes on behind the scenes, but it also attracts new fans to various sports.

Sunderland till I die, All or Nothing: Arsenal, Drive to Survive and the Last Dance are just some of the big name documentaries to hit our screens over the years.

After Netflix's latest announcement, it looks like there's plenty more drama to look forward to.

Netflix Sports Documentaries

Drive To Survive: Season Five

After a dramatic season that saw Max Verstappen as world champion, everyone's favourite Formula one documentary will make for dramatic viewing.

The fifth season gets underway in the 24th of February, filling the void as the buildup to the new season continues.

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Last season was full of drama across the championship, and fans of the sport will be keen to see the behind the scenes footage of what went down, From Verstappen's unstoppable form, to issues across various teams, and the final races of Sebastian Vettel, it will have something for everyone.

Six Nations (2024)

In a major boost to rugby, Netflix will be showing behind the scenes footage of rugby's best international competition.

The documentary will be based on this year's Six Nations, and there is several storylines heading into the action in just over three weeks time.

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Warren Gatland makes his return to Wales after three years away, with the team in crisis mode after a disastrous 2022. England are also in a similar position, with Steve Borthwick taking charge of an England side that struggled at the end of the Eddie Jones era.

For France, they will be defending their Grand Slam title in the year they host the Rugby World Cup, while Ireland will be hoping to make a serious statement ahead of the action in France.

In a year where rugby has suffered huge financial problems, this could be just the boost it needs.

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Full Swing

In a year that the golfing world was in major conflict, Full Swing is must see documentary for all golf fans.

The documentary is set to follow some of the biggest names in the sport, including Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas, Brooks Koepka and Ian Poulter.

While there was some quality goalf in 2022, the drama off the course from the fallout of LIV Golf grabbed all the headlines, and could continue to do so in 2023, as attempt of finding a resolution continue.

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With some of the LIV players set to feature, expect some tough questions to be answered on the 15th of February.

Break Point

Over the last 20 years, Tennis has had some of the greatest athletes in sport.

Form Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic to Serena Williams, it's truly been a golden age in tennis. But who is the next generation?

This documentary called Break Point on Netflix will be available to watch tomorrow (January 13th), as it follows the lives of those who aim to become the next set of superstars on the court.

As the first Grand Slam of the year gets underway in Australia, the timing couldn't be better, as the potential greats are shown to the world.

SEE ALSO: Netflix Are Adding A Tonne Of New Movies On January 1

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