Sometimes you need to break the rules to join in the game.
In the West African Republic of Senegal, where Football is a national obsession, the Ladies' Turn Association organised the country's very first women's soccer tournament in 2009. But despite the passionate commitment of Seyni, the former captain of the woman's national team, and the women and men that supported her, the game was far from won.
In 2011, defying taboos and prejudices, the women return to the fields and play for a growing audience. Will they be allowed to go all the way and play the game they love?