In the country of Maradona, the women's football team will participate in the World Cup in France! While the team is training in the Villa 31, a gigantic slum in the center of Buenos Aires, the women's football association, La Nuestra, fights to defend their field threatened by the urbanization. Juliana, coach of La Nuestra, and Yesica, one of the players of the football school of Villa 31, face a double challenge: defend their field and form, from a feminist perspective, the players of tomorrow. Meanwhile, Belen Potassa and Estefania Banini, both forwards of the national team, are preparing to compete with the best players in the world. How does the feminist movement, which is challenging the country since the "Ni una ni menos" protest of 2015, influences these two collectives? What interactions they have? What kind of football are they building: women's football or feminist football?