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Fox Sports brings us an all new look oat the world of soccer with the new show "Rise as One." This new documentary series intends to bring to the television screen the humanity and the unity that soccer brings to the world. It intends to show the world the behind the scenes look on the 2014 World Cup, giving us heartwarming tales about the players who made it to the big game.

This heartwarming documentary series begins with the Japanese soccer team -- who, despite being affected by the Tsunami in 2001, had overcome their suffering and began focusing on the game. Doing so made them an inspiration to us all.

Rise as One is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (6 episodes). The series first aired on March 25, 2014.

Where do I stream Rise as One online? Rise as One is available for streaming on FOX SPORTS 1, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Rise as One on demand at Amazon, Vudu, Google Play, Apple TV online.

Tuesday 8:00 PM et/pt on FOX SPORTS 1
1 Season, 6 Episodes
March 25, 2014
Documentary & Biography, Sports
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Rise as One Full Episode Guide

  • On Christmas Eve during World War I; caked in mud and nearly frozen, Germans and Brits climbed out of their respective trenches, set aside their guns, and played a match of soccer. While the war continued, soldiers on both sides found themselves unable to fire across the pitch, as football forged a secret truce.

  • Nearly 2 decades after a plane crash killed all but three men from Zambia's national team, "Forever Heroes" shows how the new survivor-led club overcame heartache and adversity to capture the African Cup of Nations, just miles from the crash site.

  • The exhibition match between World Cup champions Brazil and war torn Haiti, that gave a glimmer of hope to the island nation during one of its darkest hours.

  • The French Men's Nation Team sets the stage for unity at the 1998 World Cup, encouraging racial acceptance in their country, and their sport.

  • In the 1998 World Cup, the United States and Iran competed despite volatile politics and intense scrutiny.

  • The Japanese women's soccer team gave the country hope after the tsunami in 2011.