Man Utd legends David Beckham and Gary Neville are preparing a documentary about the legendary 1999 treble side to air in 2024

DAVID Beckham and Gary Neville are preparing a new Manchester United documentary about the legendary 1999 Treble.

The Red Devils were the first and currently only English club to win the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League in the same season.

Gary Neville and David Beckham are preparing a documentary about Manchester United's treble win


Gary Neville and David Beckham are preparing a documentary about Manchester United’s treble winPhoto credit: Times Newspapers Ltd

Sir Alex Ferguson’s side of the 1998/99 season are considered by many to be the best of the Premier League era due to their success.

The Red Devils clinched the first of their three trophies, relegating Arsenal to the league title by a single point.

United then defeated Newcastle United 2-0 in the FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium.

The final phase of the treble was to prove the most dramatic, however, as United faced Bayern Munich in Barcelona.

After trailing 1-0 in added time, goals from Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer saved United victory from defeat.

TV report that an Amazon Prime Video documentary about the Treble season is currently in the works and will premiere in 2024.

The documentary is being prepared by Beckham’s Studio 99 production company.

Buzz16, founded by Neville, and Ventureland will co-produce the series with Studio 99.


The series will feature unreleased footage from the 1998/99 season, as well as interviews with Beckham, Neville, Paul Scholes, Peter Schmeichel and others.

A synopsis of the series, which will be titled 99, promises it will “take audiences back to a remarkable moment in the sport and provide a behind-the-scenes look at this epoch-making triumph.”


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