The British documentary will be about the famous batch of six Manchester United youngsters comprising the Neville brothers, David Beckham, Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt and Ryan GiggsManchester United's 1999 incredible Treble season will be one that is etched in the minds of all football supporters.
That campaign was arguably the highest point in the careers of Gary Neville, brother Phil Neville, Ryan Giggs, David Beckham, Nicky Butt and Paul Scholes as they went from academy starlets to clinching the ultimate prize in European football - the Champions League trophy.
Famously known as the Class of '92, that batch of talented Red Devils are widely regarded as one of the best to ever break into the first team under former manager Sir Alex Ferguson. Now, a documentary film about the rise of the six players mentioned will be released on December 1.
The film, directed by Ben and Gabe Turner, will focus on their careers starting from 1992 and will feature all six players as themselves.
With it being about such iconic moments and personalities, it is no wonder that the majority of Goal Singapore readers are excited about its release.
70.6% of those polled indicated that they are eagerly anticipating the film and will likely make time to watch it, even if they were not strictly Manchester United supporters. A further 13.7% were not so enthused, believing that it will not be well made, while the remaining 15.7% say they will watch if they happen to be free.
Are you excited about the Class of '92 film? Watch the trailer here and some behind-the-scenes photos here!