Going through the incredible 1970s that were dominated largely by Borussia Mönchengladbach.
The Soviet Union’s incredible football history was cemented by their form in the late 1950s and early 1960s – this is their story.
Il Grande Torino were one of Italian football’s most revered and successful sides. This is the story of their success in the 1940s.
Peñarol ran the scene in South America throughout the 1960s, being dominant on local, continental and international fronts. This is the story of that golden era.
Looking at the Swedish national team that were a dominant force in the late 1940s and the early ’50s under the tutelage of English manager George Raynor.
At their best, Bernard Tapie’s Marseille sides were a sight to behold. At their worst, they were scandalous and a disgrace to the sport. This is the story of French football’s most polarizing team.
Benfica in the 1960s were certainly eventful. From the European Cup successes to hosting one of the all-time greats and an acrimonious curse, this is their story.
Rangers were Scottish football’s dominant forces for nearly a decade towards the end of the 20th century. This is the tale of that extraordinary team.
Looking back at Independiente’s famous Copa Libertadores runs in the 1960s and ’70s that made them the competition’s most successful outfit.
Going through Italy’s two World Cup wins in the 1930s – an honour influenced by revolutionary tactics and strong politics.
Often discarded for their combative approach, Don Revie’s Leeds United were one of England’s finest, combining good football methods with a hands-on off-pitch approach. This is their story.