Football Town: Barrow, Alaska - Netflix

Football Town: Barrow, Alaska will follow a high school team located in the remotest of regions as they try to win their school's first state championship. Featuring amazing shots of Alaska it introduces us to the town of Barrow, where the local team, the Whalers, plays football on a field sandwiched between a frozen lagoon and the Arctic Ocean. "There are no roads in, and life is lived below zero," says the narrator. "But in Barrow, Alaska, football offers a ray of hope."

Football Town: Barrow, Alaska - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2015-09-18

Football Town: Barrow, Alaska - Phoenix, Arizona - Netflix

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