This series is a metaphor of Kenyan society. The team members and the coach have been brought together from many of Kenyas tribal groups to play together on a co-ed league.
The season finale: relationships and close ties have developed in the course of the series; Tina and Kezia are good friends. There are less fights and tribal remarks. Imani FC play the final determining match, they decide to honor Priest by wearing black arm bands. Mr Bukenya is not for the idea but decides to wear the arm band anyway. Coachs mum is still not pleased about Johari and Kezia, she makes snide remarks every chance she gets. Lulu asks her What makes us Kenyan? Ben tells the group that he wishes that Abbas were there. Abbas later shows up and they play their final match. The Team looses out on the championship but end up winning the Best Sportsmanship Award.
Players from all over Kenya have been chosen to be on 7-aside co-ed team put together by Bukenya, a wealthy philanthropist who has the reputation for controversy. A clear distinction of economic and tribal lines is drawn when the team members are forced to share rooms on a random based system. Kezia and Tina have to share a room, the two get off on the wrong foot with Kezia clearly being rude to Tina. Trouble starts when one of the team members makes an ethnic slur during practice that almost results to a fist fight. This really irritates the coach who tells them the only way they will survive in the team is by putting their tribal differences aside and playing as a team.