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Watching is everything: the best sports films of all time

Sports competition is emotional, full of tension and often great drama. Good sports films take advantage of this. For the TV premiere of the World Cup documentary "The Team" we have brought together some of the best from various disciplines. Not just football fans.

ALI (USA 2001)
Will Smith be "The Greatest of All Times" - is that possible? And how: Smith proves in Michael Mann's biography that he is an acting heavyweight.

MILLION DOLLAR BABY (USA 2004)
Clint Eastwood drama starring Hilary Swank, whose life as an aspiring pugilist takes a tragic turn. Played so moving that it blows you away.

THE BOX PRINCE (D 2000)
Fascinating portrait of the boxer, small actor and bon vivant Norbert Grupe.

THE FIGHTER (USA 2010)
Half family drama, half social study, very formidable: the true story of world boxing champion Micky Ward (Mark Wahlberg).

ROCKY (USA 1976)
Nobody strikes as hard as life. Sylvester Stallone's drama moves the "From dishwasher to millionaire" story to the boxing ring.

LIKE A WILD BULL (USA 1980)
Unbeatable: Robert De Niro as middleweight Jake La Motta, champ by the grace of the Mafia.

WHEN WE WERE KINGS (USA 1996)
Sensational documentary about the legendary "Rumble in the Jungle" between Muhammad Ali and George Foreman (1974).

GIRLFIGHT - ON YOUR OWN FIST (USA 2000)
Aggressive student discovers boxing as an outlet: direct hit with newcomer Michelle Rodriguez ("Lost").

THE DAMNED UNITED - THE ETERNAL ADVERSARY (GB 2009)
Portrait of a charismatic: Compared to the loudmouthed 1970s coach Brian Clough (first class: Michael Sheen), José Mourinho looks modest.

THE MIRACLE OF BERN (D 2003)
Sönke Wortmann's family drama against the backdrop of the 1954 World Cup - moving.

FEVER PITCH - BALL FEVER (GB 1997)
Funny adaptation of Nick Hornby's cult novel about a fan who is Arsenal FC above all else. Really everything.

KICK IT LIKE BECKHAM (GB / D 2002)
Humor-heart-tension-romance: Thanks to the dramatic back four and likeable young stars (Keira Knightley!), The multicultural comedy leaves nothing to be desired.

GERMANY. A SUMMER TALE (D 2006)
Documentary insights into the inner workings of the national team. More effective than the current DFB sequel "The Team".

LOOKING FOR ERIC (GB 2009)
The spirit of the cult kicker Éric Cantona helps a postman with useful tips through a serious crisis of meaning. A warm hit from Ken Loach.

TOM MEETS ZIZOU (D 2011)
From the hopeful of the DFB to the dropout from Australia: Long-term observations from the life of the professional Thomas Broich.

MIRACLE - THE MIRACLE OF LAKE PLACID (USA 2004)
In 1980 the US boys ended a 15-year winning streak of the USSR at the Olympics - a rousing underdog story with Kurt Russell as US coach.

SLAP SHOT (USA 1977)
Puck or beating - what fascinates spectators more about US ice hockey is shown by this rough and clever satire on the tough business of professional sport.

NOWITZKI. THE PERFECT THROW (D 2014)
A little removed from the perfect sports documentary, but the insights into the sporting and private life of the German NBA superstar are revealing.

WHITE BOYS DO NOT BRING IT (USA 1992)
Comedy with playful stars (Wesley Snipes, Woody Harrelson) and a cool hip-hop soundtrack.

FREE THROW (USA 1986)
Old films don't do it? Not because of: The comedy with Gene Hackman as the coach of a weak school team is a monster dunk turned into a film.

LE MANS (USA 1971)
For motorsport and Steve McQueen fans, the film could be as long as the famous Le Mans 24 Hours. A classic.

RUSH - EVERYTHING FOR VICTORY (GB / D 2013)
Hunt vs. Lauda (here Chris Hemsworth vs. Daniel Brühl): one of the most exciting Formula 1 duels of all time in cinema format.

SENNA (GB / Bra / F 2010)
Gripping documentary about the career and early accidental death of racing myth Ayrton Senna (1960-1994).

GRAND PRIX (USA 1966)
Still amazingly modern today: the Oscar-winning film cut from John Frankenheimer's Grand Prix von Monaco drama.

WITH HEART AND HAND (NZ / USA 2005)
... an old man (Anthony Hopkins) wants to break the speed record for motorcycles in the 1970s. Not a classic sports film - but wonderful.

EVERY FUCKING SATURDAY (US 1999)
Touchdown for director Oliver Stone: The NFL distanced itself from his epic about the brutal mechanisms of the sports business.

BLIND SIDE - THE GREAT OPPORTUNITY (US 2009) The real underdog story of the rise of football star Michael Oher - touching, but never cheesy.

AGAINST ANY RULE (USA 2000)
Don't be afraid of pathos! After the desegregation in the USA, Denzel Washington has to form a team from white and black players.

HOMERUN (USA 1994)
Tommy Lee Jones, amazingly good in the role of the outstanding, but also outstandingly unsympathetic baseball star Ty Cobb.

THE ART OF WINNING - MONEYBALL (USA 2011)
The question of whether a player's potential can be determined statistically is exciting - and Brad Pitt as a manager of a clammy team willing to reform is simply great.

FIELD OF DREAMS (USA 1989)
Fabulous fantasy comedy: Farmer (Kevin Costner) builds a baseball field to keep the baseball
Bringing legend Joe Jackson (Ray Liotta) to life.

THE WRESTLER (USA 2008)
The ultimate loser portrait: Mickey Rourke as the scrapped wrestler Randy, who has to rearrange his life after a heart attack.

WARRIOR (USA 2011)
Violent family and cage fighting drama about two falling out brothers (great: Tom Hardy and Joel Edgerton) taking part in an ultimate fighting tournament.

COOL RUNNINGS (USA 1993) Jamaican bobsleigh drivers training for the Winter Olympics in the Caribbean heat: good comedy offense that is also based on facts.

SEABISCUIT - WITH THE WILL TO SUCCESS (USA 2003)
You don't have to like equestrian sports to love the racing scenes. And the story anyway: Crooked-legged nag mutates into champ - great horse opera.

THE WINNER'S HOUR (GB 1981)
Drama about two English runners: an ode to British sportsmanship and Olympic virtues.