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1hr 31mins
Dir: Nick Love
Starring: Danny Dyer and Frank Harper

British football fans celebrate their favourite sport in a wash of drugs, alcohol and violence

This hooliganism film is based loosely on the cult award winning novel of the same name by John King, published in 1997. The film features brief glimpses of the entrances to both Seven Sisters and Surrey Quays Underground stations, along with a shot of London Underground C and D stock trains passing each other in Bow, East London. Most of the fighting among rival gangs takes place beneath the myriad of viaduct arches in the Bermondsey area but no trains are seen. In the DVD extras there is a Making of The Football Factory featurette. This contains brief scenes of camera work in the ticket hall of an Underground station (probably Seven Sisters) and a pair of shots filmed at South Bermondsey, one with a Class 455 EMU in the platform.

Tony Denham and Frank Harper leave Seven Sisters on the Victoria Line
And this is the entrance to Surrey Quays, still a part of London Underground’s East London Line at the time
In this sunset scene overlooking East London, a District Line train of D stock (all silver) is passing a Hammersmith and City Line train of C stock (red, white and blue). This was a shot taken from Ivy Point, Bow, E3, with Devons Road running beneath the railway.
Camera crews filming a big fight in Bermondsey giving us the best glimpse of one of the viaducts in the area. This and the following shots were taken from The Making of The Football Factory featurette.
Director Nick Love and crew at South Bermondsey
Some of the crew and a Class 455 EMU at South Bermondsey