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Revered for developing some of the most iconic animated films in history, Disney is much more than Cinderella or The Lion King (both great movies, of course). The powerhouse production company also boasts an incredible lineup of sports-themed flicks that trigger nostalgia while also providing a heartwarming message.
There are plenty of projects that satisfy audiences of all ages, but the following 10 are some of the more popular options on the streaming platform. Not to mention, achieved significant success when they were released in theaters.
To get started, all you need is a Disney+ account — for just $8 a month you have unlimited access to a massive amount of animated features, original content, blockbuster Marvel flicks and of course, all the sports titles listed below.
Check out the options ahead, your new favorite movie might be hiding in the bunch.
Miracle is the true story of Herb Brooks, the failed hockey player-turned-coach who led the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team to a historic win over the indomitable Soviet side.
Starring Oscar-winning actress Lupita Nyong'o, Queen of Katwe is the 2016 biographical film about a young girl living in the slums of Uganda who after learning to play chess, becomes a Woman Candidate Master after her victories at World Chess Olympiads.
Perhaps the most iconic film on this list, Denzel Washington stars as Herman Boone, a Black coach in 1970's Virginia who made monumental efforts to integrate the T. C. Williams High School football team.
Baseball fans will likely shed a few tears after watching The Rookie, a film based on the true story of pitcher Jim Morris who made his professional debut in Major League Baseball at 35. Rachel Griffiths, Jay Hernandez, and Brian Cox star alongside Quaid.
A film adaption of the 1975 book with the same name, thoroughbred race horse Secretariat cemented his name across history books in 1973 when he became the first Triple Crown winner in 25 years.
Shia LaBeouf stars as Francis Ouimet, the first amateur golfer to win the U.S. Open in 1913. Considering amateur golf during that period was a sport enjoyed by wealthy individuals, Ouimet's status as a member of the working-class and eventual rise as a legend is admirable.
Though former soccer star David Beckham had nothing to do with this film, the title is inspired by the Englishman's incredible ability to score free kicks by curling the ball past a wall of defenders. It follows a teenage soccer player (Parminder Nagra) who, against the wishes of her parents, joins a women's soccer team in London, helping them soar to the top of the league.
Would this even be a proper roundup without The Mighty Ducks? The first move in the cult classic trilogy, a pompous Minnesota lawyer (Emilio Estevez) is sentenced to 500 hours of community service coaching a youth hockey team after being pulled over for drunk driving.
After a Jamaican sprinter is disqualified from the Olympic Games when he takes a tumble during a qualifying race, he along with the help of a disgraced coach start the first Jamaican bobsled squad.
The 2006 project stars Josh Lucas as Don Haskins, a men's basketball coach at Texas Western who took the first all-Black starting line-up to the NCAA national championship.