Man City’s treble-winning campaign set to come to Netflix, following a seven-figure deal
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Man City's treble-winning campaign set to come to Netflix, following a seven-figure deal

Netflix have purchased the rights to the story of Manchester City’s historic Treble campaign, which saw the team win the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League in one season. 

The seven-figure deal will allow Netflix to tell the inside story behind Pep Guardiola and Manchester City’s record-breaking campaign. Throughout the season, the team was followed by a camera crew, in the hopes of turning the story into a documentary down the line. The streaming service has beat out the competition to purchase exclusive rights to this footage. 

Due to air as a six-part series, titled Together: Treble Winners, the Netflix original series is due to be released next month, streamable in 200 countries across the globe. The series will reportedly be dubbed in various other languages too. 

The Netflix series will join the growing body of football documentaries proving popular across streaming platforms. Potentially the most popular of this new genre is the Disney+ series Welcome to Wrexham, following the takeover of the League Two club by Hollywood stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney. 

The BBC attempted a similar programme, following National League side Dorking Wanderers, and Netflix themselves previously aired a documentary series on Sunderland A.F.C. entitled Sunderland ‘Til I Die. However, Together: Treble Winners will largely focus on the Treble win, rather than the day-to-day operation of the club itself. 

A trailer for the Netflix documentary series is expected to release this week, before the programme airs next month. Meanwhile, Manchester City have their sights firmly set on repeating this historic season.

The Premier League side currently sit one point behind Premier League leaders Liverpool, and are through to the sixth round of the FA Cup. Guardiola’s side are among the favourites to reach the Champions League final this year too.