The team decides to go on strike after realizing that someone has been stealing their pay, and assume that their coaches are in on the scam. Coach has to get to the bottom of the situation before the strike descends into chaos.
After coach punishes the team for having a party by cutting short their leave, Kezia and Oli happen upon a group of people beating up Kezia's brother Rodez. The team must confront the reality of mob justice and an unfair health care system, and joins together to help Rodez.
A last-minute scheduling change means that Imani FC is suddenly thrown into action against Shalom FC in a rough neighborhood of the city. But a series of ominous encounters could mean that they won't make it back in one piece.
The tumultuous first season of Imani FC's existence has boiled down to this, the championship game. They must put all that they have learned about perseverance and teamwork together into one full match of stellar play to win against all odds. Do they have what it takes?
In the wake of a disastrous loss in their first match together, massive changes are afoot in the leadership of Imani FC. Tension around ethnic, economic, and gender differences rises to the surface as players struggle to deal with the past. Will the roster, captain, and coach of Imani FC all be different by their next match?
Still reeling from Priest's murder, Imani FC must begin the process of grieving while dealing with the trial of the policeman who assaulted Tina. Will these challenging moments bring them together as a team?
Coach drives the players hard on the first day of practice, hoping to get them ready for the first match. The players of Imani FC convince the coach to allow them to vote for captain. Abbas, who is from a wealthy family, decides to bribe his teammates to ensure victory. What was supposed to be a team bonding opportunity now threatens to tear the team apart.
After a night of partying, led by Abbas, the players of Imani FC don't look up to the task of facing Nyota FC in a friendly match that very afternoon. Coach is angry with the players, and chooses a starting lineup that leaves Ben and Oli fuming. As game time approaches, the team must find a way to play together to avoid losing badly.
Coach is pleased with Johari's performance as captain, so when she asks for permission to host a small party to celebrate victory, coach agrees on condition that the team doesn't get disorderly. Abbas and Priest break the rules by bringing alcohol and drugs, and soon enough, tensions rise. Just as the team is starting to gel, will this party undo everything that has been achieved?
The team pulls together to help Kezia's brother Rodez, who is in critical condition in the hospital after suffering a beating fueled by ethnic conflict. As the world around them is consumed by violence and hatred, Imani FC begins to look past their differences and act as one team.
In post-war Bosnia, Omer Bjelonja and Redjo Seferovic fight different battles, each facing tremendous odds against a government that has respectively taken their homes and jobs. These two men find out first hand how corrupt governments and a lack of transparency can deter any attempted escape from poverty.
Bosnia and Herzegovina is a nation divided by ethnicity and poverty. But the Dzemaludin Causevic Primary School in Sarajevo has an inclusive policy that is teaching a new generation how to grow together, rather than apart.