Need a footie fix? Here are six football videos to watch now that games have been postponed and Match of the Day has been replaced

It's this or Mrs Brown's Boys...

England won the World Cup in 1966. Have you ever seen the whole game? Photo: GettyImages

Football fans up and down the country have been left kicking their heels following a number of postponements due to the Coronavirus outbreak.

The Premier League, EFL and Women's Super League have all pull their league schedules on hold, while a number of non-league clubs have followed suit.

That means a dearth of live matches to attend or watch on the box this week, while tonight's Match of the Day has been replaced with Mrs Brown's Boys.

But don't fear, whether you're in self isolation or looking for something to do on your smart phone, here are six videos to help you get your footie fix.

On Top Of The World

If you're going to watch a whole match, then why not make it a good one? It's 1966, the World Cup final, England versus Germany. You know the result but have you ever watched the entire game? If not, click here.Yes, They Call It Soccer

Once In A Lifetime (The Extraordinary Story of the New York Cosmos) is one of the finest football documentaries ever made, charting the story of the world-famous US club which managed to sign Pele. Give it a watch here.Goals, Goals, Goals

Want to relive 50 famous goals? Of course you do. They're here.A Good Laugh

If you like a good laugh then Nick Hancock's Football Nightmares is for you. A compilation of miserable misses, terrible touches and gloriously-bad games, brought to you by Stoke City's number one fan. This one does feature bad language, so may not be for the youngsters. But to have a good belly laugh click here.Retro Weirdness

They don't cover football in the way ITV's The Big Match used to. Here' s a bonkers, but brilliant excerpt, featuring Welsh manager Barry Hughes, who got some sweet revenge over a rival in the Netherlands. To watch the video click here.

Re-live Russia

There were 169 goals scored at the last World Cup, Russia 2018. You can watch every one of them here.