Netflix snaps up Manchester City’s highly-anticipated Treble documentary ahead of release

The title, platform and release date have all now been revealed.

Danny Jones Danny Jones - 6th March 2024

Manchester City have released a brand-new trailer for their upcoming Treble documentary following Netflix snapping up the rights for the episodes.

Whilst a teaser trailer had already been dropped for the upcoming six-part docuseries back in August, in which Man City star Jack Grealish even mentions Netflix as a possible home for the footage before they’d even completed the coveted treble, the deal with the streaming giants has now been confirmed.

Better still for Blues, they now have an official release date too, with Together: Treble Winners set to be released less than a month from now on Tuesday, 2 April.

Here’s the latest trailer for City‘s high-anticipated treble-winning documentary:

The latest trailer for City’s upcoming treble documentary on Netflix.

As detailed in an update by the club, the new series will cover everything from “Erling Haaland’s arrival at Manchester City and preseason in the United States, to the final weeks of the Premier League season, the FA Cup Final at Wembley and the club’s first Champions League Final victory in Istanbul”.


Promising a “fly on the wall” experience just as they delivered with their previous Amazon documentary, All Or Nothing, this latest look behind the curtain will show “never before seen” clips from one of the most historic seasons in English football.

Given the success last time out, we’re pretty sure fans all over are going to find this one just as fascinating too.


Speaking on the strictly in-house documentary produced by City Studios, CFG‘s Chief Marketing and Fan Experience Officer, Nuria Tarre, boasted that they have built an “embedded crew following our team every season to create the best, exclusive content that isn’t usually shown in football.”

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Perhaps one of the most interesting aspects of All Or Nothing was getting to see under the hood and at some of the inner workings of how a football team operate — including what Pep Guardiola is like in a dressing room.

Speaking in the full press release, the man himself said: “To win the Treble was a truly special moment for this Club and every single person involved from our players, our coaches, our backroom staff all worked so hard every single day to achieve what we did.


“I am so proud that we continue to fight for our success, for the next trophy, for the next game. We will always remember this incredible time and I hope our fans do when watching this new series.”

Club captain Kyle Walker added: “As players, we’re proud of everything we achieved and this series captures the determination, hard work and togetherness we have as a team to drive us forward and win.

“We’re grateful to all of our fans who have supported us along the way, we could not have done it without them and I hope they enjoy the series as they relive the special moments that we shared.”

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