If you find that you have already watched the best that most streaming services have to offer, here's a very helpful list of the best sports documentaries that YouTube has to offer.
It shouldn't come as any surprise that YouTube has its fair share of older material that you could use to eat up some time during those long evenings in isolation, but the sheer extent of sports documentaries they have is staggering.
Coming from a range of different original sources, it appears as if fans of every major sport will be catered for. So, here's a very helpful list - in no particular order - of the best sports documentaries they have to offer.
Best Sports Documentaries on YouTube:
Jack Charlton: The Irish Years
Hosted by Colm Meaney, this is a wonderful retrospective of Jack Charlton's tenure in charge of the Republic of Ireland soccer team.
Rocky & Wrighty: From Brockley to the Big Time (BT Sport Films, 2017)
BT Sport Films presents the incredible story of how a young David Rocastle's meteoric rise to stardom with Arsenal inspired boyhood friend Ian Wright to also achieve legendary status with the Gunners.
Clough - The Brian Clough Story (ITV Sport, 2009)
ITV Sport tell the story of legendary football manager Brian Clough and how he lead Nottingham Forest to back-to-back European Cup success. This documentary features extensive interviews with a number of Clough's former players.
An Impossible Job
The football documentary to end all football documentaries, this portrayal of Graham Taylor as he fails to bring England to the 1994 World Cup is an absolute masterpiece of the genre.
Hoddle - A Touch of Genius (Sky Sports)
A career retrospective of the incredibly talented Tottenham Hotspur legend and former England manager, Glenn Hoddle.
Sir Bobby Charlton (BBC, 2011)
A moving retrospective of Bobby Charlton's incredible career with Manchester United and England on the pitch, and the devastating incidents that shaped his life off of it.
Hillsborough Disaster (BBC, 2016)
A truly devastating event that shaped English football thereafter, this is the tragic story of how 96 Liverpool fans lost their lives attending an FA Cup semi-final in 1989.
Jurgen Klopp's Journey to the Kop (LFC TV)
Taking you through the playing career and managerial jobs of Jurgen Klopp before he took Liverpool by storm, this documentary has some great footage of the German throughout these earlier times in his career.
Jimmy's Winning Matches (RTÉ)
The incredible story of how Jim McGuinness led Donegal to only their second All-Ireland win in 2012.
Rebel Rising: Cork's run to the Liam MacCarthy cup (Setanta Television)
A look back as Cork's hurlers deny Brian Cody's Kilkenny the chance of winning three All-Ireland titles in succession.
Their Finest Hour
A retelling from both sides of Munster's famous win against the All Blacks in Limerick.
Magic Johnson & Larry Bird: A Courtship of Rivals (HBO Sports, 2010)
Two of the NBA's biggest stars, here's the story of how Larry Bird and Magic Johnson overcame on-court rivalries to become the closest of friends.
The Brady 6: Journey of the Legend No One Wanted (NFL Films, 2020)
This wonderfully made NFL Films documentary charts the unlikely rise of Tom Brady, a player who's draft experience hardly hinted at the NFL career that was to follow.