When Saturday Comes and The Damned UnitedWelcome back to the only World Cup that matters: The Moviefone Football Film World Cup. Yes, ignore the ball-fumbling sportsmen in South Africa because we're setting out to discover which football movie is the greatest of them all.

Over the next few weeks we'll be pitching 16 footie films head to head until we have a winner, and only YOU, loyal film fan, can decide who goes home with the trophy by voting for your favourite.

This week, When Saturday Comes takes on The Damned United. After the jump, cast your vote and find out who was the victor from last week's all star clash of Escape to Victory vs Fever Pitch... When Saturday Comes and The Damned UnitedWelcome back to the only World Cup that matters: The Moviefone Football Film World Cup. Yes, ignore the ball-fumbling sportsmen in South Africa because we're setting out to discover which football movie is the greatest of them all.

Over the next few weeks we'll be pitching 16 footie films head to head until we have a winner, and only YOU, loyal film fan, can decide who goes home with the trophy by voting for your favourite.

Last Friday we saw the opening match between Fever Pitch and Escape To Victory. Despite a good start and the support of every Arsenal fan - nostalgic for a time when they, y'know, actually won stuff - Fever Pitch eventually fell by the wayside as Escape to Victory surged ahead and came out on top.

Now the second match is upon us. And it's a gritty northern drama vs gritty northern drama as When Saturday Comes takes on The Damned United. But which one will win? Just vote for your favourite film below and come back in a few days to see if they made it through to the quarter-finals. Okay, game on...

Match 2
When Saturday Comes vs The Damned United


When Saturday Comes (1996)
Real life Sheffield United fan Sean Bean plays Jimmy Muir, a hard drinking brewery worker with a talent for football but a disdain for authority. After rising through the ranks of his local pub team and getting a spot in a local non league team, Muir gets a chance to try out for his beloved Sheffield United - but will his lack of discipline thwart his dreams?

The Damned United (2009)
Michael Sheen plays Brian Clough, the straight talking Yorkshireman who, after a successful spell at Derby County, takes over at Leeds United despite the fact that he actually hates the club. Not that that matters as they all pretty much hate him as well...