Argentina and Lionel Messi Fans get their money’s worth Amazon Prime has confirmed a documentary series that would recap their 2021 Copa America win.
It was Messi’s first senior international trophy – a milestone in his career that was one of the factors in him winning the Ballon d’Or that season.
The last time La Albiceleste had won a major trophy was the Copa America in 1993, but the trophy drought finally ended when they beat rivals Brazil in the final.
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Messi was joint top scorer (four goals) with Luis Diaz of Colombia and had also provided five assists. With nine of Argentina’s 13 goals, the legendary attacker unsurprisingly earned the Golden Ball.
It will now be the subject of a documentary series and GATE brings you all the details including when it will be released, how to watch it and more.
What is the Amazon documentary “Argentina: All or Nothing” about?
The documentary is part of the Amazon series All or Nothing. It will mostly focus on Argentina’s 2021 Copa America win and Messi’s life in Argentine colors.
Other high-level players like Angel Di Maria and Sergio Aguero will also offer their thoughts on Messi and winning the tournament.
It will also highlight the methods of Lionel Scaloni in Argentina’s dressing room, with the coach changing the fortunes of the South American nation after taking charge in 2018.
When will the Amazon documentary Argentina: All or Nothing be released?
Amazon Prime’s documentary about Argentina will be released on July 10, 2022.
How can I watch the Amazon documentary “Argentina: All or Nothing”?
You need one Amazon Prime Video Subscription to watch the documentary “Argentina: All or Nothing”.
A subscription to the online streaming service costs £7.99 per month or £79 per year in Great Britain. In the United States it costs $119 per year or $12.99 per month.
As with many TV and movie streaming platforms, Amazon Prime offers potential subscribers a free trial period.
Argentina: All or Nothing Amazon Documentary Trailer
Amazon Prime has not yet released the official trailer of this documentary. However, there is a clip of Emiliano Martinez talking about Messi in an interview with Ben Foster.
Has Amazon Prime produced other football documentaries?
Amazon has produced a range of football documentaries, collaborating with some of the sport’s biggest clubs and personalities.
The streaming platform has also been broadcasting a selection of live Premier League football matches since the 2019/20 season.
Amazon Originals documentaries include the All or Nothing series, which has featured Man City and Brazil alongside NFL and rugby union teams, with films focused on Bayern Munich and Juventus releasing in 2021.
Leeds United documentary Take Us Home, which looks at the Yorkshire club’s attempts at Premier League promotion under Marcelo Bielsa, has been released on Amazon Prime, while a number of other shows, such as the Barcelona documentary ‘Take the Ball, Pass the Ball and This is Soccer were exclusive to the platform.
Amazon has produced some documentaries that also focus on individuals, including a documentary about Real Madrid legend Sergio Ramos.
As well as the upcoming ‘Pogmentary’ about Paul Pogba, Amazon was also making a documentary about former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson which was released in 2021.
You can see some of the Amazon Prime documentaries in the table above, including their IMDb ratings, if you’re thinking of watching them.