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21 years of London Football

21 years of London Football First shown in Summer 1989, as part of London Weekend Television's 21st anniversary celebrations. Presented by Brian Moore. A tribute to London's great football clubs, including Chelsea, Wimbledon and West Ham.

London has several of England's leading football clubs, and the city is home to fourteen professional teams and more than 80 amateur leagues regulated by the London Football Association.

Fulham is London's oldest club still playing professionally, having been founded in 1879. Royal Arsenal were London's first team to turn professional in 1891. Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur are London's most successful teams in domestic and European competitions.

Match Of The 90s - Season 1998-99

Match Of The 90s Season 1998-99 BBC Documentary released in 1999 documenting English Football in the 90's. Hosted by Radio 1 comedians Mark & Lard.

Manchester United overcame close competition from Arsenal, Aston Villa and Chelsea to win their fifth Premiership title in seven seasons. They went on to win the treble of the Premiership title, FA Cup and European Cup, an achievement which gained manager Alex Ferguson a knighthood.

BBC Radio 1 duo Mark and Lard made their BBC 1 debut in the summer of 1999 with a 10-part football series called Match of the 90s. Produced by Manchester-based BBC entertainment and features, the series will see the pair casting their eyes over the footballing highs and lows of the past 10 years. Match of the 90s set a 1990s soundtrack against a backdrop of the cultural and political milestones of the decade. The show is executive produced by Alan Brown.

Match Of The 90s - Season 1997-98

Match Of The 90s - Season 1997-98 BBC Documentary released in 1999 documenting English Football in the 90's. Hosted by Radio 1 comedians Mark & Lard.

In this episode, Arsenal overhauled Manchester United's lead during the final weeks of the season to win the Premiership title. They added the FA Cup two weeks later to become only the second English club to repeat the double. All three newly promoted teams - Bolton Wanderers, Barnsley and Crystal Palace - were relegated after just one season in the Premiership.

BBC Radio 1 duo Mark and Lard made their BBC 1 debut in the summer of 1999 with a 10-part football series called Match of the 90s. Produced by Manchester-based BBC entertainment and features, the series will see the pair casting their eyes over the footballing highs and lows of the past 10 years. Match of the 90s set a 1990s soundtrack against a backdrop of the cultural and political milestones of the decade. The show is executive produced by Alan Brown.

Match Of The 90s - Season 1996-97

Match Of The 90s - Season 1996-97 BBC Documentary released in 1999 documenting English Football in the 90's. Hosted by Radio 1 comedians Mark & Lard.

In this episode, Manchester United won their second consecutive title, despite a spell in the autumn where they lost three games and conceded 13 goals. Middlesbrough lose in the league cup final and FA cup final and get relegated and Zola dents Englands world cup qualification hopes and lights up Premier league

BBC Radio 1 duo Mark and Lard made their BBC 1 debut in the summer of 1999 with a 10-part football series called Match of the 90s. Produced by Manchester-based BBC entertainment and features, the series will see the pair casting their eyes over the footballing highs and lows of the past 10 years. Match of the 90s set a 1990s soundtrack against a backdrop of the cultural and political milestones of the decade. The show is executive produced by Alan Brown.

Match Of The 90s - Season 1994-95

Match Of The 90s - Season 1994-95 BBC Documentary released in 1999 documenting English Football in the 90's. Hosted by Radio 1 comedians Mark & Lard.

In this episode, Blackburn Rovers ended their 81-year wait for the league title thanks to the strike partnership of Alan Shearer and Chris Sutton which scored a total of more than 50 league goals. Manchester United would have made it three league titles in a row if they had been able to turn a 1-1 draw with West Ham United into a win on the final day of the season.

BBC Radio 1 duo Mark and Lard made their BBC 1 debut in the summer of 1999 with a 10-part football series called Match of the 90s. Produced by Manchester-based BBC entertainment and features, the series will see the pair casting their eyes over the footballing highs and lows of the past 10 years. Match of the 90s set a 1990s soundtrack against a backdrop of the cultural and political milestones of the decade. The show is executive produced by Alan Brown.

Match Of The 90s - Season 1993-94

Match Of The 90s - Season 1993-94 BBC Documentary released in 1999 documenting English Football in the 90's. Hosted by Radio 1 comedians Mark & Lard.

In this episode, Keane joins United in record breaking deal, Taylor out, Venables in, United do the double, Swindon's record breaking relegation, Bungs scandal hits Tottenham hard.

BBC Radio 1 duo Mark and Lard made their BBC 1 debut in the summer of 1999 with a 10-part football series called Match of the 90s. Produced by Manchester-based BBC entertainment and features, the series will see the pair casting their eyes over the footballing highs and lows of the past 10 years. Match of the 90s set a 1990s soundtrack against a backdrop of the cultural and political milestones of the decade. The show is executive produced by Alan Brown.

Match Of The 90s - Season 1991-92

Match Of The 90s - Season 1991-92 BBC Documentary released in 1999 documenting English Football in the 90's. Hosted by Radio 1 comedians Mark & Lard.

In this episode, The last-ever league championship before the creation of the Premier League was won by Leeds United who overhauled Manchester United thanks to the efforts of, among others, Gordon Strachan, Lee Chapman, David Batty, Gary Speed and Gary McAllister.

BBC Radio 1 duo Mark and Lard made their BBC 1 debut in the summer of 1999 with a 10-part football series called Match of the 90s. Produced by Manchester-based BBC entertainment and features, the series will see the pair casting their eyes over the footballing highs and lows of the past 10 years. Match of the 90s set a 1990s soundtrack against a backdrop of the cultural and political milestones of the decade. The show is executive produced by Alan Brown.

Match Of The 90s - Season 1990-91

Match Of The 90s - Season 1990-91 BBC Documentary released in 1999 documenting English Football in the 90's. Hosted by Radio 1 comedians Mark & Lard.

In this episode, Arsenal won the league. Runners-up spot was achieved by Liverpool, who had led the table for much of the first half of the season but had been shell-shocked in February by the sudden resignation of manager Kenny Dalglish.

BBC Radio 1 duo Mark and Lard made their BBC 1 debut in the summer of 1999 with a 10-part football series called Match of the 90s. Produced by Manchester-based BBC entertainment and features, the series will see the pair casting their eyes over the footballing highs and lows of the past 10 years. Match of the 90s set a 1990s soundtrack against a backdrop of the cultural and political milestones of the decade. The show is executive produced by Alan Brown.

Match Of The 90s - Season 1989-90

Match Of The 90s - Season 1989-90 BBC Documentary released in 1999 documenting English Football in the 90's. Hosted by Radio 1 comedians Mark & Lard.

In this episode, Manchester United beat Crystal Palace to win FA Cup, Liverpool win their last league title and England go to World Cup Italia 90 and lose on penalties to Germany.

BBC Radio 1 duo Mark and Lard made their BBC 1 debut in the summer of 1999 with a 10-part football series called Match of the 90s. Produced by Manchester-based BBC entertainment and features, the series will see the pair casting their eyes over the footballing highs and lows of the past 10 years. Match of the 90s set a 1990s soundtrack against a backdrop of the cultural and political milestones of the decade. The show is executive produced by Alan Brown.

The Greatest England Games 1920-1966

The Greatest England Games 1920-1966 ‘The Greatest England Games 1920-1966’ – a 130 minute tour-de-force of England football’s finest moments, narrated by the utterly famous Barry Davies. Maybe you’re a fan of football, maybe you need to buy a gift for a friend, or maybe you need to act quickly before Father’s Day springs itself upon us once again. Whatever you’re situation, you can’t go wrong with this classy collection of timeless footage.

The notorious 1966 England World Cup Victory is depicted in colour, a feat that only the British Pathé film archive can boast and just one example of the brilliant clips to feature in this British Pathé production.

This documentary takes the viewer on a flavoursome journey that includes the opening of the Wembley Stadium, the effects of World War II on football, and great clips of Billy Wright, Bobby Charlton, Tom Finney, Stanley Matthews and Duncan Edwards.

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