The Class of '92
|The Class of '92|
|Directed by||Ben Turner|
|Produced by||Leo Pearlman|
The Class of '92 is a 2013 British documentary film, released on 1 December 2013. The film centres on the rise of six young Manchester United footballers – David Beckham, Nicky Butt, Ryan Giggs, Gary Neville, Phil Neville and Paul Scholes – and details their careers for Manchester United starting in 1992.
The documentary covers the period from Manchester United's FA Youth Cup win in 1992 to their Champions League triumph in 1999, which rounded off the Treble-winning 1998–99 season. The film cuts the narrative with the social and cultural changes taking place in Great Britain at the time.
The film secured full access with all six players and also includes interviews with former footballers Zinedine Zidane and Eric Cantona, former Manchester United youth coach Eric Harrison, film maker Danny Boyle, former Prime Minister Tony Blair and The Stone Roses bassist Mani.
- "The Class of 92: trebles all round". The Guardian. 3 December 2013.
- "Class of 92 review: Manchester United tale is the best film about male friendship since Stand by Me". Daily Mirror. 2 December 2013.
- "The Class of 92: A new film tells the story of six young men who together would conquer the world with Manchester United". The Independent. 6 November 2013.
- The Class of '92 on IMDb
- "Fame and friendship: Beckham, Neville and co shine in new documentary". The Guardian. 20 November 2013.