Amazon Orders Documentary Series On Sergio Ramos For Prime Video

Amazon has announced that it will be producing a new documentary series on Sergio Ramos for Prime Video.

According to Marca, the documentary will be split into eight separate episodes and focuses on the Real Madrid captain's life on the pitch and off it.

The Spanish newspaper adds that the series will feature friends and relatives giving their thoughts on the 32-year-old Spain captain.

Not only will fans watch Ramos' career at both international and club level, but also learn more about his Andalusian heritage and his tattoos.

"I am excited to be able to share with football fans the keys to being a professional athlete and what is the responsibility of wearing captain's armband with Real Madrid and Spain, while having a normal personal life at the same time," Ramos said.

"I think that anyone who is dedicated to their profession can feel attached to this series and I couldn't have a better partner to do it with than Amazon Prime Video."

Credit: PA
Credit: PA

Georgia Brown, the director of European originals for Amazon, expressed her excitement at bringing the project to life.

"We are incredibly excited to bring this exclusive project with Sergio Ramos to Amazon Prime customers and football fans around the world," she said.

"It's fantastic content to enrich our Prime Video programmes in Spain, and we are sure that our clients will love seeing Sergio in these unique and private moments on and off the pitch."

Credit: PA
Credit: PA

Amazon has not revealed a release date for the Ramos documentary series.

Last year, SPORTbible readers voted Ramos as the best defender in world football.

The Los Blancos star is not the only footballer to receive the Amazon treatment. The online retailer confirmed in November that a documentary on Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard, Make Us Dream, would be coming to Prime Video.

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