Gregory's Girl and Escape to VictorySo, after weeks of hype, speculation, tears and tantrums (for which I'd like to apologise to everyone) we have reached the final of the football film world cup. We started with 16 footie films, now we're left with two... Gregory's Girl vs Escape to Victory.

Only one of these films can win the Moviefone football film world cup trophy (it's made of discarded dvd reviews and leaked Chris Klein auditions by the way) so get voting for your favourite after the jump...

Right then, ladies and gentleman, it's time to find out once and for all which is the greatest football film ever made. Ever... Gregory's Girl and Escape to VictorySo, after weeks of hype, speculation, tears and tantrums (for which I'd like to apologise to everyone) we have reached the final of the football film world cup. We started with 16 footie films, now we're left with two... Gregory's Girl vs Escape to Victory.

Only one of these films can win the Moviefone football film world cup trophy (it's made of discarded dvd reviews and leaked Chris Klein auditions by the way) so get voting for your favourite below.

Right then, ladies and gentleman, it's time to find out once and for all which is the greatest football film ever made. Ever...

Final
Gregory's Girl vs Escape to Victory


Gregory's Girl
(1981)

Gregory is a lanky, awkward but charming teenager who is relegated to goalkeeper when the object of his affections, Dorothy, comes in to play his old position and turns out to be much, much better at it than him. Gregory's attempts to date Dorothy go about as well as his attempts to stop the ball going in the back of the net.
Escape to Victory (1981)
Best known as 'that film with Pele and Rambo in it', this World War II-set actioner follows the events of when the Nazi propaganda machine decides it would boost moral for an all star Nazi team to take on a group of Allied prisoners of war in a football match in occupied Paris. The Allies, however, use the game as part of an elaborate escape plan.