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Destination: European Nights

By Stephanie Morgan, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

UEFA docuseries emphasizes similarities over differences.

Destination: European Nights TV show poster: Drone shot above a futball stadium with its lights shining at night.

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This docuseries hosted by sports journalist Guilleme Balague explores the profound impact of supporting a team -- proving that our similarities are far greater than our differences. Destination: European Nights takes viewers on a captivating journey into the world of football, where the true stars are the passionate fans who bring the stadiums to life. Through fascinating stories like the Silicon Valley player finding his place in Maccabi Haifa, an Israeli team where Arab and Jewish players compete side-by-side, the show highlights the power of football to bridge divides and create unity. In this highly bingeable show, every episode immerses the viewer in the electrifying atmosphere of a match. Balague's reporting makes viewers feel they're right there in the stands, experiencing the thrilling moments and absorbing the multicultural fabric of each team. The limited series is a celebration not only of sport, but of its ability to inspire, heal, and unite communities.

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