The classic crime drama sport, Football Factory, is returning with a follow-up film, Marching Powder, starring Danny Dyer in his famous hooligan role, Tommy Jhonson. Since the announcement, the classic film’s fans await the Football Factory 2 release date.
Football Factory is a British crime drama sports film written by AJ Lovell and directed by Nick Love. The film is an adaptation of The Football Factory by John King. The series revolves around the main protagonist, Tommy Jhonson, a violent Chelsea hooligan firm member.
The crime sports drama received immense love from the youth, so since the announcement, fans have been excited for the second part of Football Factory. Here is everything we know about the upcoming sequel of Football Factory.
Football Factory 2 Release Date:
The announcement of Football Factory has stirred many speculations about the release date. The title of the second part is Marching Powder. The title refers to the drug intake shown in the film.
According to reports, the creators are considering to release the film on the 20th anniversary of Football Factory. An insider reported to the media that they started shooting in January and are looking forward to completing the shooting and releasing it in 2024.
Many original casts are returning in the sequel. In conclusion, Football Factory 2 will return in 2024 on the occasion of its 20th anniversary.
Football Factory 1 Recap:
Football Factory 1 begins with Tommy Jhonson, a violent Chelsea hooligan member. His group includes his best friend, Rod King, the hot-tempered Billy Bright, and two younger members, Zebedee and Raf. Tommy spends his day fighting, womanizing, drinking, and using drugs.
Tommy’s grandfather is unhappy with his lifestyle. He gets an epiphany about his lifestyle during a fight with a hooligan, but it is too late as Tommy, Rod, and Billy get arrested for assaulting two Stoke City fans. Tommy has bad blood with Millwall firms.
The film covers the battle between Chelsea and Millwall firms. Things go out of control when Fred and Millwall’s firm members beat up Tommy. He gets hospitalized along with his grandfather, who suffers from a heart attack. In the end, Tommy realizes the right place for him is in the firm with his friend, and Zeberdee’s death haunts him for the rest of the film.
His grandfather recovers from a heart attack and moves to Australia as he planned. Tommy also recovers from his wounds. The movie ends with a joke stating that Tommy has moved on to watching rugby, which he doesn’t.
Football Factory 2 Plot:
Football Factory 2 is coming out after twenty years. So we can expect a tremendous time gap. Considering the title, Marching Powder, we are sure there will be violence and substance abuse in the film.
An insider reported that Marching Powder will reveal what happened to the rival factions of hooligans after the end of the previous film. There will be many scenes depicting past friendships and enmity. We must wait for more details from the creators.
Football Factory Cast And Characters:
Are you excited to meet the cast of Football Factory? Here is the list of cast and characters of the sports crime drama:
- Danny Dyer as Tommy Jhonson
- Frank Harper as Billy Bright
- Neil Maskell as Rod King
- Roland Manukian as Zeberdee
- Tamer Hassan as Fred
- Dudley Sutton as Bill Farell
- Sophie Linfield as Tamara
These are some of the prominent actors and actresses of Football Factory. According to reports, Danny and Tamar Hassan will reunite in the sequel of Football Factory.
Where To Watch Football Factory:
You can stream The Football Factory on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video with a subscription. Avoid illegal ways to watch the sports crime drama. Stay updated with us for more information about upcoming film sequels.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
In conclusion, Football Factory 2 will return in 2024 on the occasion of its 20th anniversary.
The series revolves around the main protagonist, Tommy Jhonson, a violent Chelsea hooligan firm member.
Football Factory is a British crime sports drama.
You can stream The Football Factory on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video with a subscription.
Football Factory is a British crime drama sports film written by AJ Lovell and directed by Nick Love.