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Germany’s 2022 World Cup campaign is being filmed by Amazon for a new ‘All or Nothing’ documentary

Germany’s 2022 World Cup campaign will be filmed by Amazon for their next ‘Everything or Nothing’ documentary… featuring a six-part series that will follow the fate of the team after the shock exit of the 2018 group stage and defeat against England in round of 16 at Euro 2020

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Amazon has chosen the German national team as the subject of their next ‘All or Nothing’ documentary and will follow the party’s preparations for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

Hansi Flick’s side will be the latest team to get their own behind-the-scenes Amazon program, and this latest iteration will follow the fallout from Germany’s disappointing Euro 2020 campaign and the World Cup itself later this year.

The documentary is expected to be released in the spring of 2023, and if Germany were to win the tournament this winter, cameras will capture the team’s return to the top of the world as they bid for a fifth star.

Hansi Flick teased that the series will give viewers 'exclusive insights' into Germany's 'trials'

Hansi Flick teased that the series will give viewers ‘exclusive insights’ into Germany’s ‘trials’

Former Bayern Munich manager and ex-bond assistant coach Flick said after the announcement: “The Amazon team supports us intensively and offers many exclusive insights into our processes.

“The documentary follows our goal back to the top of the world and shows how hard we work to achieve it.

“Our biggest challenge is yet to come with the World Cup. It will be challenging, emotional and hopefully ultimately successful.

The German national team is bidding this winter in Qatar for their fifth World Cup title

The German national team is bidding this winter in Qatar for their fifth World Cup title

The German national team is bidding this winter in Qatar for their fifth World Cup title

“We’re going ALL IN and want to come along to make the documentary possible for the fans.”

Die Mannschaft becomes the second national team to be followed by the cameras at a major tournament after Brazil’s successful 2019 Copa America campaign was filmed in a documentary.

The most recent iteration gave viewers a glimpse into the inner machinations of Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal during the 2021-22 season – a series that was praised by viewers and players alike.

The six-episode run starts after the four-time champions are eliminated in the group stage of the final tournament and – hopefully for German fans – ends with the team canceling the 2022 edition.

The documentary continues with the departure of Germany in the group stage of the last tournament

The documentary continues with the departure of Germany in the group stage of the last tournament

The documentary continues with the departure of Germany in the group stage of the last tournament

Marc Lepetit, Managing Director and Producer UFA Documentary, explains: “When Nico Hofmann came to us with Oliver Bierhoff with the project, one thing was clear: the German national team is one of the biggest football teams, and ‘All or Nothing’ is the sports documentary brand in the world.

“It is an honor to bring together the fascination of the game and the team behind the DFB team, the challenges of the biggest football tournament and the narrative form of the format.

“Together with our creative team, our partner Stereo Films and Amazon Studios, we capture the stories and appreciate the openness and trust of the team.

“We take viewers on the journey through the tournament, the ups and downs, and create an image that you may not have seen before. We look forward to the coming months.’

The German team becomes the second national team to document their progress

The German team becomes the second national team to document their progress

The German team becomes the second national team to document their progress

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