A documentary film exploring the lives of three of Scotland's greatest sporting figures is now available to watch on Amazon Prime Video.

The Three Kings charts the careers of Bill Shankly, Jock Stein, and Matt Busby, who all grew up within 30 miles of one another and managed Liverpool, Celtic, and Manchester United respectively, and how they became lifelong friends and some of the most influential men in football history.

The film, which has an average rating of five stars from over two hundred reviews so far, was released in cinemas on November 1, but those wishing to see it on the big screen only had two days to do so, with lockdown measures announced by the Scottish Government, closing cinemas shortly after.

It’s the work of Jonny Owen and is based on a book by Owen and Leo Moynihan. The Oscar and Bafta-winning production team behind the film were also responsible for the documentary on Diego Maradona, which was released last year.

The film is free to watch for Prime users and can be accessed from the Amazon Prime Video site.

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