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George Best: All By Himself out on DVD, Blu-ray and Digital HD from Tuesday 30th May

May 25th, 2017

George Best: All By Himself

Synopsis: He was football’s first rock and roll star – a handsome, charismatic Belfast boy who could thrill and excite the crowds with every turn of the ball. Director Daniel Gordon (Hillsborough, The Fall) recounts the tale of this beloved superstar with riveting, evocative footage and testimony by those who knew him at his best.

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George Best: All By Himself is now set for cinematic release this month with a hot new trailer

February 9th, 2017

George Best: All By Himself will be released in cinemas across the UK and Ireland on 24 February 2017

New trailer here:

Advanced screening at the following film festivals:

Belfast, 16th Feb:

Dublin, 18th Feb:

Glasgow, 19th Feb:

Manchester, 20th Feb:

The new film entitled George Best: All By Himself premieres at the London Film Festival today!

October 14th, 2016

he new film entitled George Best: All By Himself premieres at the London Film Festival today!

The new film entitled George Best: All By Himself premieres at the London Film Festival today!

George Best: All By Himself is a feature documentary on the life of soccer star, George Best. The Fine Point Films production (Bobby Sands: 66 Days), funded by BBC and ESPN, will recount how a polite and reserved young prodigy from Northern Ireland became a global sporting icon, visualising his story through a mix of actuality, archive, and original interviews. Fine Point Films, Directed by Daniel Gordon (Hillsborough), Exec-Produced by John Battsek (Searching for Sugarman, The Imposter), will ‘unpack’ what made Best a legend, why and how he is still remembered today on both sides of the Atlantic.

Dir Daniel Gordon
Prod Trevor Birney, John Battsek, Brendan Byrne, (EP’s) Deirdre Fenton, John Dahl, Connor Schell, Libby Geist, Jamie Balment, Justin Binding, Andrew Reid
Scr Peter Ettedgui
UK 2016
Prod Co Fine Point Films, Passion Pictures, VeryMuchSo Productions, with support from ESPN Films, Northern Ireland Screen, BBC Television

George Best x Esquire magazine

June 20th, 2016

George Best to feature in the July edition of Esquire magazine on 1 of 3 limited edition covers.




Happy 70th Birthday George.

May 24th, 2016

On May 22nd 2016 fans all over the world paid tribute to George Best on what would have been his 70th birthday.


“This man is born on the 22 May … What a day I’m proud to be born on.. A football profile 18 years older than me to the day”. Garry Burgess


“Growing up in Northern Ireland in the dark troubled days of the 60s and 70s he was our one shining light. Totally idolised him. Still miss him so much. Best footballer ever to pull on a pair of football boots.” Garth Turner


“No one better than George Best, feel sorry for the kids who have never seen him play, sorry kids but you missed the best player ever and I don’t think you will ever see the like again, and I am a Blue, R.I.P G B.” Peter Beachill


“The mould was broke when George was born. No other player will match his skill, flare and technique on the pitch”. Jules Armstrong


“The Greatest footballer who ever lived”. Brian Blowe Snr


“Simply the very best that ever played the game”. Martin Dawson


“Without doubt, the best player ever… His parents named him George, God made sure his name was Best… Never to be forgotten… Hope you’re having a good time up there, George”. John McConnell


“God sprinkled you with stardust and made you the greatest footballer that ever lived…Happy Birthday Georgie Boy….”. Brian Blowe Snr


“Remembering George on his special day. Absolute Legend, who lit the world up on the football pitch with his amazing talent. Your name is sung all over Old Trafford, and your memory will always live on in our hearts . RIP , xxx”. Ursula Lockwood


“It’s a pleasure to share my birthday with the world’s greatest player George Best. Happy 70th Birthday George RIP xx”. Susan Gravett


“Happy Birthday George, watched you play so many times at Old Trafford …you will never be forgotten x”. Mallory Meredith Dooley


“Remembering George’s birthday and his brilliance as a footballer. Grew up on the Cregagh Estate and had the pleasure of kicking a ball with him on the field at the top of Burren Way; I’ll never forget. All the Best from Vancouver.” Bill Morrell


“…RIP Happy Birthday to the man who made me love football!”. Jim Aitken


“Happy birthday to the Belfast Boy George Best true Legend”. Alan Mcfadden


“70 years ago today, a star was sent from heaven above,

it landed in a place called Belfast, a son for Mr and Mrs Best to love.

The Lord named him George and he gave him a gift,

to entertain the people and a special cup to lift.

He did the lords will, with a talent so rare,

and an attitude that the devil may care.

The people they loved him, everyone knew his name,

he was the hero of the terraces a magnet for fortune and fame.

Well the years they did fly, and the managers did cry,

for the soul that was troubled and sore.

Till the dreaded day dawned and he played till the end, and the star could shine no more.

Happy Birthday George, thanks for the memories xxxx”. June Hagan


Best, who won the European Cup with Manchester United in 1968, was born in Belfast on May 22, 1946.


Happy 70th Birthday George. Thanks for the magical moments. You will never be forgotten.

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George Best on screen.

May 17th, 2016

The Goethe-Cinema London will be screening the film ‘Football as Never Before’ by Hellmuth Costard, focusing on the legendary George Best. This is a must-see for all George Best fans or anyone interested in the art of football!

Where and when:
Wednesday, 25th May 2016 at 7pm.
Goethe-Institut London
50 Princes Gate
Exhibition Road
London SW7 2PH
Nearest Tube: South Kensington

Tickets: Price: £3/ Admission free for language students and library members. Booking is essential.
Box Office: +44 20 75964000 or

Book tickets on Evenbrite:

New Range available now!

May 11th, 2016

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Where football meets fashion – new range coming soon

April 18th, 2016

From his untouchable skill on the pitch to his charismatic and boyish charm, George Best touched people’s lives with his inspirational talent.
This new collection of stylish and iconic T-shirts are in recognition of his position as a fashion icon who shone in his own distinctive glamour and timeless style.

All clothing is made from 100% cotton, produced to the highest standards of quality and feature authentic screen-printed images and logos over classic white, red and green T-shirts.

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New pictures in the gallery

April 18th, 2016

The keen eyed of you may have noticed that we have uploaded some exclusive retouched pictures in the gallery section of George Best in action.

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George Best: Remembering a legend of world football

November 25th, 2015

Northern Ireland’s image to the rest of the world has not always been a positive or inviting one, with a bitter civil war blighting the country over many years.

However, the power of sport in forging a national identity for a country at times split due to religious divide has been immeasurable.

Although some fantastically gifted football players have originated from ‘Norn Iron’ over the decades, George Best’s name remains iconic and his origins are a real source of collective pride for today’s 1.8 million inhabitants.