Full Documentary | Dennis Bergkamp | Arsenal Legends

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🎵Walking in a Bergkamp wonderland!
Signed in 1995 from Serie A's Inter Milan, Dutch international Dennis Bergkamp would go on to win 3 Premier League titles and 4 FA Cups with the club over an eleven year spell.
Honoured with a statue outside Emirates Stadium, the iceman was and continues to be a fan favourite, with many heralding the Dutchman as one of the most technically gifted players to have ever worn the Arsenal shirt.
Now enjoy this in-depth documentary as Dennis discusses his football heroes, his move to the club, winning the Premier League, being an Invincible, Arsene Wenger and more.
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Arsenal Football Club were formed in 1886. They have amassed 13 League titles, 13 FA Cups and many other major trophies since then. Their greatest players include: Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp, Tony Adams, Ian Wright, Robert Pires, Liam Brady, Patrick Vieira, Cliff Bastin and Charlie George.


  • A gentleman and a genius

  • DB and then later TH is the reason i started to support the Gunners ,,,,thanks for the memories Dennis 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼

  • a.salop fan who lives in philippines sendsi is best regards get well soon steve cotterill town manager up the town on saturday vs afc wimbledon

  • Legendary

  • Easily the best no10 ever in the prem. Underrated in terms of international recognition outside of england and the netherlands of course. Zidane got all the praise, but in reality there were very very little if any to set them two apart

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  • Great Players , Before the Marxist political KNEE ,andI was an ARSENAL supporter ,We had kick it out ,against racism , This awful B.L.M stuff ruined the game.

  • GOAT

  • there will never be another player that gets close to this guy. he was just mesmerising, I love this man, If I could meet anyone in the world, it's him.




  • Kanu sprang over Wiltord so high.

  • Efotbol points 27.500 to you legend berkamp

  • 🙏🙏 Thank you 🙏🙏 👑👑 Bergkamp 👑👑

  • Berkamp..........what can I say.

  • Please make one on Patrick Viera. "A monster among men"

  • Proud to be Dutch. What a legend! For me with Ronaldinho the most fun player to watch.

  • I don't think many people of my generation outside of the UK understand just how good Bergkamp was. They were too busy watching Zidane to notice. In my opinion he was better than Zidane. There's not a single thing Zidane could do that Dennis couldn't except Dennis was a bigger goal threat. Incredible player.

  • DB10 - The greatest gunner ever !

  • 19:54 You're welcome

  • Should have mentioned about the Statue also.

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  • We still haven't recovered from moving out of Highbury.

  • My most fascinating Arsenal legend.

  • Goosebumps...

  • What a lovely, genuine, world class bloke and a world class footballer

  • i live in the U.S.A. & have followed Sports very closely since 1978 'til today. I've seen a lot of shocking & miraculous things take place over those 43 yrs. but Dennis Bergkamp not playing a single second in what arguably would be the game in his career with the most prestige, the Champions League Final, is without a doubt the biggest disappointment i've ever had as a sports fan. I don't understand why he didn't start the game, let alone play any minutes at all; to me, you won't find a bigger "what in the hell were you thinking" moment as a question to a Coach, in this case Arsene Wenger. Why would you do that to the player who was 100% responsible for putting your club on the map? Bergkamp was, is, & will always be my favourite Arsenal player.

  • He had such a technich

  • Class

  • Great Player! Sneaky personality...

  • My no1 favourite arsenal player ever Pure class

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  • In today's money mad market Dennis would be a £200 million pound player.

  • Plot Twist: Patrick Viera wipes a bogey on a little boy. 44:42

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  • Don't talk about that Newcastle goal?

  • Bergkamps first touch was like a magnet 🧲

  • For me he is the GOAT,just imagine what his pricetag would be in todays transfer market.

  • There is a statue of michael jackson in front of the fulham fc stadium

  • The emotion on he’s face the way he’s voice is breaking tells you how much passion he has for football and most of all for Arsenal a true legend

  • Great man. So much respect for the talent, skills, ambitions, perseverance, achievements, and humility of this man.

  • Out of the many live games I’ve been to whether home or away, still the only player I’ve seen able to bring a split-second of hush over the crowd when on the ball, and that includes opposing supporters. He was simply mesmerising. Still haven’t seen a player with me own eyes with as deft a touch as Bergy was blessed with. Pure class, absolute legend.

  • Nice interview of Sting, but not much focused on his music I have to say , any chance of a Police reunion!?

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  • "The word says it all - invincible. You felt like that going onto the pitch. You knew you were going to win - it was just a matter of how, and by how many goals. "You’d look around the dressing room and think, ‘Jeez, what a team’. We were better than our opponents in every single area. "We were all friends, too. We’d go to dinner with six or seven players, or meet up at someone’s house with the wives and girlfriends. Maybe you need to be a team of friends to be successful. "It was a great time and it went down in history. It’s hard to beat - there have been some fantastic teams since then, quite recently with Manchester City and Liverpool, and they find it really difficult to do what we did. "Every year, it makes me more proud. It was a tremendous achievement." Dennis Bergkamp

  • Invincible team never forgotten the History of football.

  • He was the player that attracted me to become an Arsenal fan since 1995. He was a special player and the partnership he had with Henry was magic.

  • Were Arsenal fans spoilt with such talent of which Dennis was the first? Bergkamp Petit Vieira Overmars Lungberg Henry Pires Van Persie

  • When Thiery Henry asked Wenger wich player he subbed the most: When he heared it was Dennis he was in shock for a second ;)

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  • did anyone see air kanu at 45:35

  • I just love the way he understands teamplay! Impressive! Greetings from Iași, Romania! 🇷🇴

  • The best to ever play for Arsenal. People think it’s Henry, it ain’t. Bergkamp is a genius of a player. Technically perfect, the goal against Argentina could only be scored by a player of complete technical ability. The only other player who could of done it was Zidane. Zidane was the best player in the world at that time. Amazing player who I wished played for my club... Spurs.

  • a footballing poet, van gougth with a football, what more can I say. he took the ball from the sky stroke it gave it life and let it spread its wings. bergkamp is football.

  • Spurs legend Glenn Hoddle was one of his favourite players.


  • 45.35 Kanu just scaled over Wiltord. Ok, Kanu is 6'6 but how tall is Wiltord??

  • I wonder what that Henry "For the West indies" shirt meant??

  • All i remember of that Giggs goal was "shave!"

  • I miss Highbury.. i got tears now..

  • Great childhood memories watching this documentary, so glad I grew up with this Arsenal ❤. I feel sorry for the arsenal fans that have only known struggling Arsenal 😔 and now we're in free fall.

  • 23:50

  • You know what dudes even if we can get rid of any the players nobody no club wants them that all waffles players for instance look at the transfer market this summer couldn't get rid of none of the players couldn't sell none of the players

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  • 47:56

  • I think Wenger did Bergkamp wrong

  • By far Arsenal grearest player. He made Wenger look like a much better manager than he really was

  • Good God, this guy was complete and utter class. Did I say "class," yes, he's class in a class of his own. One of my fave attacking players of all time. He really could do it all in the scoring/supply department. Not an AFC fan, but boy oh boy, the guy was good.

  • What a playr is wiltord

  • Yeah olways legand

  • Dennis back to Arsenal. We need you. We love you

  • Where is the Tony Adams doc? Loved this btw

    • Waiting for the pubs to reopen to get location footage! More seriously, listen to his interview on Desert Island Discs (BBC Sounds)

  • People keep saying and will keep saying about great Bergkamp goals, that Newcastle magic, the Leicester show, the Argentina goal (probably greatest goal in history of world cups) - and rightfully so! But for me Dennis not only was a top notch striker, he was also an excellent playmaker. He was always assist-minded and his passing was precise and right in time. Our Unbeaten legend could've been ruined if not for Bergkamp's incredible passes in the last game vs Leicester. Go watch that game, you'll be enchanted by his assists. A sublime striker and a selfless attacking midfielder with a perfect ball sense, Bergkamp was way ahead of his time.

  • LEGEND⚽️⚽️🔥🔥

  • What an amazing watch that was, Dennis was the best footballer to ever play in the premier league. Happy memories for me as a young Arsenal fan, Dennis was my all tine hero and role model ❤

  • He is the best player football ever have !

  • Top 5 best prem player ever!!!!

  • Looks like Sting.


  • If he never had that phobia of plains, 2 guaranteed UCLs

  • In the commentary when Arsenal win the FA Cup in 2002 they say "for the 12th time in their history, Arsenal lift the FA Cup" but it was only the 8th time.

  • 4 me he's the truly GOAT alongside Henry

  • 79 dislikes is either by Inter or Manchester Utd fans lol

  • Frío como el hielo.

  • Damn neighbors cutting onions again.

  • I cried like 5 times during that documentary.

  • Not even an arsenal fan but loved watching Dennis play... his game against us in world Cup 94 and also that goal against Argentina in 98 semented him for me as a Brazilian!!! Absolutely fantastic player and the perfect mix of technical genius / creativity

  • Timo Werner interview coming up soon!

  • #BergkampTheBest10

  • Amazing!!!!!!

  • Pele to Carlos Alberto, Bergkamp to Winterburn

  • We always forget to wax lyrical how amazing Marc Overmars was. It was scandalous that we sold him, we needed to act as big club back then but Overmars's departure was early signs we were a selling club.

  • Dennis the menace

  • Still one of the genius of striker all of time,

  • Only 1 moment I remember for Bergkamp still clearly on my mind. "Dennis Bergkamp, Dennis Bergkamp, Dennis Bergkamp"