‘Summer ’92’, directed by Kasper Barfoed and presented at the 2017 Thinking event, recreates the challenge achieved by the Danish national team at the 1992 European Championshipin Sweden. The national team of Denmark arrived as a last-minute guest, just ten days before the start of the tournament, after Yugoslavia was dropped out of the championship, and in a way that was as surprising as it was fabulous, they managed to win by beating Germany in the final. One of the main factors of that success was undoubtedly Richard Møller Nielsen, the coach of the team, the true star of the film, who overcame the many difficulties encountered along the way to build a solid and winning group.
The truth is that no one would have given a penny for Denmark that arrived at the European Championship without their top scorer, Michael Laudrup, and which began by drawing their first match against England and losing their second against the Swedish that were hosting the tournament. Perhaps that is why their unexpected final victory is now part of the incredible film of the sporting world. An epic victory that deserves a film like ‘Summer of ’92’, which gives us the keys and tells us the whole story of this triumph from the beginning, and is our last cine recommendation of the week.
📺 Available on Netflix: https://www.netflix.com/es/title/80106989
Ten years from the laying of the first stone at San Mamés
On May 26, 2010, there was an emotional act that included the presence of authorities, Athletic Club footballers, former players and fans
Reopening of the shop in Max Center
The hours will be from Monday to Saturday from 10.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m.
Digital questionnaire for the Club’ s Statute reform
Athletic Club opens a participative process for its members through the website’s Txoko of members to gather their contributions and suggestions
New official Athletic Club app
The Athleticket app will be incorporated from today into the renewed athleticzale app, which will offer soon new versions
The legend of Aduriz illuminates San Mamés
The Cathedral was illuminated last night on the occasion of the announcement of the retirement of the legend of the red and white club
Rivals by country: SCOTLAND AND WALES
Athletic Club has faced five Scottish clubs and two Welsh clubs throughout its history, the first of them was Dundee FC, today , 97 years ago
San Mamés lit up in rainbow colours
On the occasion of the International Day against LGBTIQ-phobia, our stadium was lit up the night of May 17
Athletic Club Museoa, on the International Museum Day
Bizkaia Regional Government is staging a virtual exhibition on Monday to which Athletic Club’s museum is contributing with the Copa de la Coronación won in 1902
New shop in the tourist heart of Bilbao
Athletic Club is opening a new venue in Mazarredo 65 and joints the ones of San Mamés, Alameda Rekalde and Bidebarrieta
San Mamés, lit up in blue on the International Nurses Day
The stadium will be lit up to support and raise awareness about the role of these professionals within the healthcare system