Every Netflix Sports Docuseries coming in 2023!

Netflix has produced some amazing sports docuseries, and they aren’t stopping! Here is every sports docuseries coming to Netflix in 2023.

Starting off our list is Break Point Part 2; Part 1 of the series was released in January of 2023. The series follows some of the world’s top tennis athletes as they compete on and off the court. It gets up close and personal with each of the athletes as they travel the world competing in tournaments, chasing the number one spot. There is no official date, but we do know it will drop in June 2023.

Next up is Quarterback, a Netflix original docuseries partnering with the NFL. Netflix is teaming up with Omaha productions and 2 PM productions to give us insight into the lives of some top Quarterbacks in the NFL. The series will follow the lives of Patrick Mahomes, Marcus Mariota, and Kirk Cousins and their lives during the 2022 season. We don’t know when this will be coming, but we do know it will be sometime in 2023.


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The Heart of Invictus is next on our list. The series follows the Invictus Games, which Prince Harry was a founder of in 2014. The games are a sort of Paralympics for injured former armed forces members. The 2022 games were held in the Netherlands, and a camera crew followed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle throughout the games, documenting the event. The release date is undetermined but will be in the summer of 2023.

At Home with the Furys is a series documenting the life of Boxing’s Heavyweight champion Tyson Fury and his family. Netflix partnered with the champion to get an in-depth look at his life at home after boxing. The series’ exact release date is unknown, but it will be sometime in 2023.


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An untitled Tour de France series will be coming sometime in the first half of 2023. The series will follow 8 teams that compete in one of the biggest bicycling competitions in the world. The camera crew will document the event and give us a closer look at what these cyclers go through.

World Cup: The Greatest Show On Earth is the unconfirmed working title for a series that will document the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. It will feature exclusive, behind-the-scenes footage from every team involved in the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, including Argentina’s victory. The release date as of now is slated only as Winter 2023.


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Finally, a series on soccer star David Beckham has begun filming, and it should be released in 2023. The series will follow Beckham’s life, closely documenting the rises and falls of his career. The series will include interviews from family and friends, as well as personal private footage of the star.


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