Robert Lewandowski The Latest Football Star To Be Subject Of An Amazon Documentary – SPORTbible

Robert Lewandowski will feature in a documentary about his life as the world’s best footballer, which will come out on Amazon Prime next year.

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Football has been front and centre of several documentaries in recent years, with ‘Sunderland Till I Die’ and several series of Amazon’s ‘All or Nothing’ focusing on different teams.

It’s not just clubs though, former Real Madrid centre back Sergio Ramos was the subject of a series that followed him for a year.

Now Lewandowski is due to be the latest subject of a documentary, with the series about his professional and private life on the way to winning FIFA’s The Best Player of the Year award.

Lewandowski with the trophy that made him the world's best player last December. Image: PA Images
Lewandowski with the trophy that made him the world’s best player last December. Image: PA Images

The idea behind the documentary is quite unique and it’s one of the reasons why we have decided to go ahead with it,” says Robert Lewandowski.

“We would like to share the story of highs and lows, strengths and weaknesses without any filters – to present the history as it truly happened.”

Lewandowski with the Champions League trophy. Image: PA Images
Lewandowski with the Champions League trophy. Image: PA Images

“The documentary will present many aspects of my career which football fans find interesting,” added Lewandowski.

“However, I hope those viewers who don’t regularly follow football will also appreciate all these little details. I would like the documentary to become an inspiration for those kids who dream of achieving something big but they don’t believe they can.”

Lewandowski broke the record for most goals in a Bundesliga season earlier this year. Image: PA Images
Lewandowski broke the record for most goals in a Bundesliga season earlier this year. Image: PA Images

The 32-year-old scored 41 goals in the Bundesliga last season, as Bayern were once again crowned champions of Germany.

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