Haven't seen that one. The best American goes to England "soccer" movie (not sure how many there are
) is IMHO Green Street Hooligans. More about hooligans than soccer but much better than I thought it would be going in.
"And for **** sake, stop...saying...SOCCER!"
GSH really has nothing to do with football naturally, but I thought it portrayed football hooliganism quite well, especially to an American audience not familiar with the concepts of firms and the backstory behind the heat of such rivalries. I'm sure most folks have a hard time believing Elijah Wood to be a hooligan (he is a West Ham supporter in real life), but I guess that's what adds a human face to the story, I suppose. I find it comical when he's even singing the West Ham songs.
Anyway, the fights were of course, a bit on the Hollywood side and the story is nothing really deep, but enjoyable...even if you're not a soccer fan and if you're a top Red like myself who didn't like the United Red Army segment.
One side note: I've always thought it was odd the producers used the fictitious Green Street Elite name instead of the real firm's name of West Ham, the Inter City Firm (ICF). Every firm alluded to has their names except for Millwall (Spurs - Yid Army, Birmingham - Zulu Warriors, Man Utd - Red Army).
Another film I'd look into is "The Football Factory". It was never released here, but basically it has the same hooligan antics as GSH. Only this one hovers around Chelsea's firm, the Headhunters. Not quite as good as GSH though.
Youtube also has "The Real Football Factories" which documents more on an in depth look on football hooliganism in the UK and elsewhere. Really great series that is. By far, I believe Turkey and Croatia/Serbia have the most fanatical supporters.