The Mustangs have to face whether the team has a future, and Lara realises she has something important to tell Ruby.
Ruby makes a big announcement and the Mustangs knuckle down ahead of the semis. However, Danny is nowhere to be seen on game day.
Ruby has to choose whether to pursue opportunities at State or aim for Team USA, while Marnie’s knee injury is troubling her.
Marnie tries to keep up at State with Ruby hot at her heels, while Anusha tries to become friends with Gabe.
Liv’s attempt to lift Mustangs morale seriously backfires when she accidentally rings Michaela while venting about the team.
The Mustangs have one last chance of making it into the finals. However, despite captain Ruby’s best efforts, they are struggling to step up.
Marnie’s relegated to the sidelines yet again at State, while Bella struggles with people’s assumptions about her.
It’s Unity Day at the club, but the girls v boys exhibition match is derailed by Tom’s aggressive foul against TJ.
Lara and Ruby are pushed into patching up their wobbly friendship, but they are stalled by some painful home truths.
Nobody is impressed when Zee turns ball hog on the pitch. Meanwhile, Marnie panics over mixing her new State friends with the Mustangs at her birthday party.
Certain that Gabe likes Bella, Anusha plans an elaborate, project-managed set-up. However, there is one major variable she did not account for.
A glimpse of Michaela’s vulnerable side gives an unexpected perspective, and Marnie tries her hardest to keep up at State.
The Mustangs-Wildcats merger means constant fighting in the new team. If they want to win, it’s time to make some big changes.
The penalty shootouts are nail-bitingly close, but even after the whistle blows and the final score is announced, there is still one last surprise in store for the Mustangs.
The looming final against the Wildcats is sending everyone a bit crazy. Have the Mustangs got what it takes to finally win the trophy?
After spying the Wildcats bullying Ruby, Anusha gets carried away with a plan to take action. However, Ruby stands up for herself!\n
Marnie desperately wants to get scouted, but to do that she has to persuade Anton to let her play with the boys - and miss half of the Mustangs' crucial semi-final.\n
Playing in a skills camp with the best in the league, Marnie gets a wake up call and she is going to have to work a lot harder for her dream than she had realised.
Marnie has been keeping a secret from Liv and when it emerges, Liv questions whether soccer is really her passion.
Marnie and the team campaign to get sanitary bins for the Mustangs clubhouse, while Anusha struggles to find the balance between independence and the support she needs.
Marnie is forced to play friendship umpire when a team night watching soccer gets turned into a pity-party for heartbroken Liv, and Ruby's unexpected appearance divides the ...
The grudge match against the Wildcats has everyone feeling the pressure, especially Marnie, who develops some obsessive pre-game rituals.
Bella ends up in a spiral of self doubt after missing a goal, and everyone’s opinions on how to help her only make it worse.
Marnie struggles to accept her new position in the team, while an injury forces Lara to face giving up dreams of gym glory.
The Mustangs need to get serious before the season officially starts - time for some unusual training methods, player recruitment, and a big shake-up of the team’s formation.
Back together again for a new season, the Mustangs are confident and hungry for some silverware - but can they win without Ruby?
The nail-biting final is in play and the Mustangs and Wildcats are drawing 2-2. But when tensions rise pitch side, the game is called off and the Wildcats win on league points. ...
The Mustangs have made it to the final but it feels like nobody at the club has faith in them, and even the girls themselves start to doubt themselves. Can Marnie pull together ...
After encouraging Nush's disastrous tactics, Marnie has to girl up to a hostile team and rally the troops - it's the semis this weekend so it's time to set differ ...
After a disappointing mark at school, Anusha throws herself into developing strategies for the team. But as her perfectionist friend unravels, Bella gets more and more concerned ...
When Lara sucks up to the mansplaining Tom, Marnie gets mad. But when Lara dives like a diva and gets awarded a dodgy free kick, Marnie totally loses it. Doesn't Lara reali ...
Marnie's hunch about Ruby going to the Wildcats turns out to be right, so she and Liv organise a nachos night in an attempt to get her to stay. But will guacamole and corn ...
At a tournament, the Mustangs are thrashed by the Wildcats in the first round. Do they need a new captain to pull the team together? And can Anusha handle being second banana to ...
Lara tells Marnie that Gabe has a crush on her. Determined to move the budding romance forward, Lara organises a party.
Danny sacks Bella from the Mustangs after she messes up on the pitch. And to make matters worse, her dad says he's coming to watch her next game. How is she going to hide t ...
Lara drives Marnie crazy and invades her space. But when Marnie posts an unflattering picture of Lara that goes viral, Lara goes out for revenge. She hits Marnie where it hurts, ...
Liv and Marnie fall out, and when Liv turns to new team superstar Ruby for reassurance, Marnie loses it. Ruby is stealing both her best friend and her position on the team.
When the Mustangs are accused of 'playing like girls', it's the last straw for Marnie. It's time to prove themselves by beating the boys. So they challenge t ...
Comedy drama about a group of girls who start their own football team. \n\nIt's the beginning of the season for brand new all-girl soccer team Mustangs, and Marnie can' ...