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Six Dreams: Amazon launch series following LaLiga stars lives

Saúl, Iñaki Williams and Andres Guardado are some of the players Amazone Prime will follow around for the docu-series on the streaming service.

Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez (8) and FC Barcelona forward Lionel Messi (10) during the match between FC Barcelona against Atletico Madrid, for the round 27 of the Liga Santander, played at Camp Nou Stadium on 4th March 2018 in Barcelona, Spain.

If we are talking about football, Spain boasts one of the very best leagues in the world. Many international footballers dream of playing in LaLiga with some of the world's very best. But how is is to actually live that dream? How do they feel before stepping onto the turf at a massive stadium? And how do the directors and sporting body live throughout a season with their team? All of these questions will be answered with the docu-series on Amazon Prime's streaming service. Six Dreams, the title for the show, will follow six LaLiga players around for the season and give us unprecedented insight into their lives.

Six Dream will let us behind the scenes in LaLiga

With the introduction of Social Media, we have all the news from out favourite teams. Some of them have YouTube channels that show funny moments in the dressing room and at training. But this aims to give us insight into every aspect of a footballer's season - the wins and the losses. From the bench to the field and the director's box, the new series on Amazon Prime Video, produced by Mediapro, will show us.

On Thursday, Amazon presented Six Dreams at the Wanda Metropolitano. It will share some of the most personal experiences of some of the main players on their teams in the league: Saúl Ñíguez (Atlético Madrid), Iñaki Williams (Athletic Club Bilbao), Andrés Guardado (Real Betis), Eduardo Berizzo, former manager of Sevilla FC, Amaia Gorostiza (president of SD Éibar) and Quique Cárcel (sporting director of Girona FC).

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"With Six Dreams, Amazon Prime Video will take viewers a unique view of LaLiga behind the scenes, which will allow fans to discover the magic and secrets of LaLiga" assured LaLiga President Javier Tebas.

When can you watch Six Dream on Amazon Prime Video

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You will need an Amazon Prime account, and the show will premiere exclusively through their platform in 2018. You can watch it through their website, the app on mobile and anywhere else you can get Amazon Prime. It will be the first alliance between LaLiga and Amazon Prime Video with the company possibly launching a bid to show LaLiga games from 2018-19.