WHITE, BLUE
AND WHITE

Directed by Camilo Antolini

Argentinian Ossie Ardiles left home to play soccer in England. Then on April 2, 1982, Argentinian troops descended on the British-ruled Falkland Islands. He returned home with his future in doubt. Preview Video  Film page »

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  • JULY 3, 7 P.M. ET
    White, Blue and White: Ossie Ardiles left Argentina to play soccer in England. Then, on April 2, 1982, Argentinian troops descended on the British-ruled Falkland Islands.
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    Entire Series

    Hillsborough

    On April 15, 1989, 96 died and hundreds were injured in Britain's worst sporting disaster.

    The Opposition

    Politics changed the outcome of a World Cup qualifier between the Soviet Union and Chile in 1973.

    Maradona '86

    In the 1986 World Cup, Diego Maradona reached his apotheosis, redefining what is possible on the pitch.

    Ceasefire Massacre

    In 1994, Ireland played in a World Cup match in New Jersey, terrorists attacked fans at a tiny bar in Ireland. Decades later, family members still have questions.

    The Myth of Garrincha

    Mané Garrincha was told he wasn't physically fit to play pro soccer. He proved them wrong.

    Mysteries Of The Rimet Trophy

    Ottorino Barassi, a mild-mannered Italian soccer official, tries to protect a valued treasure from the Nazis.

    Barbosa: The Man Who Made Brazil Cry

    In a play that lasted only moments, goalkeeper Moacir Barbosa forever earned the title: The man who made Brazil cry.

    White, Blue and White

    Ossie Ardiles left Argentina to play soccer in England. On April 2, 1982, Argentinian troops descended on the British-ruled Falkland Islands