In the midst of the FIFA Women’s World Cup, Disney Channel’s getting in on the soccer fun with the all-new movie, “Back of the Net.”

Premiering Saturday night on the network (and online on the DisneyNOW app), the Australian family film follows as “an ace science student eagerly sets out for Sydney to embark on a semester at sea aboard an advanced research vessel,” according to the synopsis. “But when she lands in Australia, she inadvertently boards the wrong bus, misses the boat and winds up at Harold Soccer Academy. She’s stuck there for the summer despite her disinterest in soccer.”

Before “Back of the Net” comes out, get to know the cast of the new Disney Channel movie.

Sofia Wylie (Cory)

The actress is best know for her role as Buffy Driscol on Disney Channel’s single-camera comedy, “Andi Mack.” She also guest-starred on Nickelodeon’s “Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn” as June for a few episodes in 2017. This is Wylie’s first movie role.

Trae Robin (Oliver)

This movie marks Robin’s onscreen acting debut.

Tiarnie Coupland (Edie)

After starting off in 2007 with the film “The Final Winter” and doing a couple video shorts and movies over the years, Coupland landed a role in the 2014 Australian comedy series, “Worst Year of My Life, Again!” Since then, she’s been on the shows “Love Child,” “Sunshine,” soap opera “Neighbours” and crime-drama “Jack Irish.”

Gemma Chua-Tran (Janessa)

This isn’t Chua-Tran’s first time portraying a soccer player. She’s been starring as Anusha on the Australian soccer-themed comedy series, “Mustangs FC,” since 2017.

Raj Labade (Lewis)

Like Robin, this will be Labade’s first onscreen credit.

Aside from those previously mentioned, the film also features Kate Box (“Rake”) as Coach Smith, Christopher Kirby (“Camp”) as David Bailey, Melissa Bonne (“Janet King”) as Rebecca Bailey, Yasmin Honeychurch (“Terra Nova”) as Adelle, Ashleigh Ross (“Dance Academy”) as Charlotte, Nick Bolton (“Rough Stuff”) as Mr. Oster, Sydney FC soccer star Caitlin Foord as herself.

Watch “Back of the Net” on Saturday at 8 p.m. EDT when it releases on Disney Channel and on the DisneyNOW app.