The epic stories of national teams are moments of collective communion that few other events are often capable of generating. The story of the French national soccer team, les Bleus, since 1996 reflects the communal joys and deceptions of a country, the markers of a time and an era. This documentary recounts the episodes that compose collective history and resonate like an echo to the question that has sparked societal debate in France for more than 20 years: national identity. How do les Bleus render an identity (in)visible? How does a team grapple with such questions of discrimination, diversity, and equality—which are further reflected (or not) by the society as a whole?