Tag, Gabriel, Eloise, Tarek and Nordine organize in their city Port Marie the first World Cup Street Soccer. To achieve their dream, they will have to overcome many obstacles, including overcoming the feeling of distrust of some residents towards children of color and foreigners.
It's election time in Port Marie. The opposition candidate (fighting against Roger Maroni, the mayor) decides to base his whole campaign on the lack of security and disturbance to public order posed by the Street Football World Cup. He even manages to get the hundred kids thrown off the freighter.Watch Now:Amazon
On the team's advice, Tag takes the plane to Argentina with his dad. And if finding themselves without a captain wasn't enough, Brains gets injured and one of the twins gets picked for a professional team.
The rifflers are beginning to find it very suspicious that they can't get any information about the Dolphins. They investigate and Victoire, who feels she is within an inch of being discovered, is already scheming her next dirty trick. But a bizarre encounter changes her mind.Watch Now:Amazon
When the kids have fun scaring each other, they end up by wondering if the freighter is really haunted: provisions disappear, strange noises are heard in the night.Watch Now:Amazon
Fédé declares a few days break to allow the kids to rest before attacking the final stages of the World Cup. He takes them on a cruise out into the Med aboard the Melville and he's kept a little surprise in reserve! Just as they are about to cast off, Nicolas Anelka himself boards the freighter! What Fédé doesn't know is that the kids have also planned a surprise for him for his birthday.
The girl goalkeeper of the Pharaohs seems to posses a strange power for destabilizing the opposition strikers. And there goes Tek, falling in love with her. With misunderstanding added to confusion, Tek finally refuses to play in the match.
Eloise learns that she has to leave Port Marie and finds it hard to tell the others. With good reason: the news hits like a lightning bolt. Everybody suddenly realizes: at the end of the summer, each will go his own way. No more The rifflers; no more Street Football.
Sam and Eloise become very friendly with a girl player from the Mangas: Atsuko. But very soon Eloise feels she's being excluded from the closeness between Sam and Atsuko. Sam accuses her of jealousy and won't believe her for a second when Eloise tells him that Atsuko may well be the Japanese girl who "disappeared" from her house. This becomes a juicy subject for gossip.
After the nth dispute between team, Fédé gives Brains assisted by Lil'Dragon the job of drawing up THE rules of Street Football. When they are about to face the proud Masai, the rifflers find themselves locked in their cabin and turn up late for the match.Watch Now:Amazon
Victoire gets a fresh idea for hitting at Eloise: she proclaims her as a super star and sets up a fan club. This "celebrity" status soon becomes a major handicap for Eloise, who can't play a match, or move about without an attendant horde of fans.Watch Now:Amazon
Tag is convinced that the Iroquois cheat to win their match. But as he scored an own goal, everybody believes that he is just being bad loser and nobody will support his attempts to find proof.
The Rifflers are up against the Malaysian Tigers, known for their fair play and their formidable captain: the renowned Farah, who has led them to many a victory. When The Rifflers try to find out more about this mysterious girl, they discover that Farah is a boy dressed as a girl!Watch Now:Amazon
Samira, increasingly exasperated by Jeremy's puerile behavior, meets Matt, a handsome young guy, who attracts her by his independent, tough guy stance. What she doesn't know is that Matt is a thug who can get her into trouble. Fortunately, the rifflers are around to rescue her from the difficult situation Matt gets her into.
Tag is injured and Jeremy has to take over as captain of the rifflers. However, the responsibility puts him under such pressure that he becomes unbearable and the rifflers find it hard to take his sudden control freakery.Watch Now:Amazon
The Rifflers have big problems: they've lost their legendary team spirit. They decide to call in a coach to get them back on the right path. However, they find it difficult to accept the orders of the new coach, an ex pro soccer player, recommended by Samira.
A TV reality show crew wants to follow the World Cup. When they feature the Bronx devils, soon every other team wants to be filmed 24/7. The film crew's presence and the various jealousies it creates starts to damage the smooth working of the Cup.Watch Now:Amazon
Ben returns to Port Marie. Is it simple homesickness of something more premeditated? Especially as he shows up just when the TekNos brothers have to leave The Rifflers for a friendly game.
Brains is spending a lot of time with Sanakha, one of the girl's in the Saï Saï team and The Rifflers accuse him of not attending training enough. Brains decides to stop seeing Sanakha for a while. But one of the Saï Saï players gets injured and, quite naturally, Brains offers to replace him. His offer is definitely not appreciated by the rest of the The rifflers.
The fixture list puts The rifflers up against a Russian team : The circus kids. This team's reputation is due among other things to one of their girl players, a real street football star, who turns out to be a little monkey.Watch Now:Amazon