Out Of Their League Focusing on four key players this immersive documentary looks at the 2019 PFAI camp as they endeavour to renew their careers in the LOI. (Subtitles available) Penalty Shoot Out This programme covers the dramatic finales of some great matches, where one kick of a ball can throw a nation into joy or despair. Charlton v Sunderland 1988 Relive some of the greatest games from Football's greatest stage, where reputations are made and history created. Today we go back to 1993 as Charlton Athletic take on Sunderland. Liverpool v Man Utd 1988 A classic First Division match from April 1988, as title-chasing Liverpool entertain a Man Utd side who were unbeaten at Anfield since St Stephen's Day 1979. Arsenal v Man Utd 1988 A classic First Division match from January 1988, as George Graham's Arsenal take on Man Utd with Alex Ferguson in his first full season as United manager. Leeds v Man Utd 1980 Action from the final day of the 1979-80 First Division season, as Man Utd go to Elland Rd needing to beat Leeds to prevent Bob Paisley's Liverpool from retaining the title. Man Utd v Ipswich 1981 First Division highlights from September 1981, as Ron Atkinson's Manchester Utd welcome Bobby Robson's title-chasing Ipswich Town side to Old Trafford. Always Iniesta Barcelona legend Andres Iniesta talks about his time at the club and hopes for the future with the Catalan giants. (Subtitles Available) Abidal Documentary about Eric Abidal and his ascension into legendary status at Barcelona FC. (Subtitles Available) The Team That Turned Up This is the story of one of the greatest Irish teams of the amateur era. They could have won a Grand Slam in 1972, were it not for political events on the island of Ireland.(Subs) Liverpool v West Ham 1981 The 1981 League Cup Final at Wembley saw Liverpool and West Ham contesting their second League Cup deciders, having both lost their first finals in 1966 and 1978 respectively. Liverpool v Swansea 1981 A First Division encounter from October 1981 at an emotional Anfield, as Liverpool take on Swansea City just a day after the funeral of legendary Reds manager Bill Shankly. United Classics Crystal Palace v Man Utd 1971, Coventry City v Man Utd 1972, and Southampton v Man Utd 1991 all feature in this episode of United Classics. United Classics Chelsea v Man Utd 1984, Stoke v Man Utd 1971, and Man Utd v West Ham 1991 all feature in this episode of United Classics. Manchester Derby A chance to see City and United go head to head over the past four decades for local bragging rights. Red Rivalry A chance to see the two juggernauts of North West Football go head to head in some classic matches over the past four decades. Featuring original ITV commentaries. Coventry City v Spurs 1987 All the greatest matches to take place at Wembley over the years. Seventeen Days in the Crucible The story of Ken Doherty's famous World Snooker Championship win in 1997 at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield. (Subtitles Available) Rep. of Ireland v Cameroon 2002 Highlights from another classic football match. Ireland v Saudi Arabia 2002 An important encounter in the 2002 FIFA World Cup, as Mick McCarthy's Ireland need a win against Saudi Arabia in order to make it out of the Group Stage. England v Rep. of Ireland 1991 With his only international goal Lee Dixon put England ahead after 9 minutes,then just before half-time they were denied the win by Niall Quinn for Ireland in this Euro qualifier. 2016 O'Donovan Brothers Race A look back at the brothers Rio Olympics race winning the first rowing medal for Ireland at the Olympics. Always Iniesta Barcelona legend Andres Iniesta talks about his time at the club and hopes for the future with the Catalan giants. (Subtitles Available) Young Shooting Stars One of the most exciting aspects of this great event is that time and again it introduces a new cast of young football prodigies to a world audience. Arsenal v Liverpool 1971 Relive some of the greatest games from Football's greatest stage, where reputations are made and history created. Today we go back to 1971 as Arsenal take on Liverpool. Arsenal v Liverpool 1987 The 1987 League Cup Final at Wembley saw George Graham's Arsenal side take on Kenny Dalglish's Liverpool, who were unbeaten in the previous 144 games in which Ian Rush had scored.