Ranked #1886

Inazuma Eleven Go

Alternative Titles

Japanese: イナズマイレブン Go


Type: TV
Episodes: 47
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: May 4, 2011 to Apr 11, 2012
Premiered: Spring 2011
Broadcast: Unknown
Licensors: None found, add some
Source: Unknown
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: G - All Ages


Score: 7.401 (scored by 7,464 users)
Ranked: #18862
Popularity: #2201
Members: 13,613
Favorites: 151
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Matsukaze Tenma, a first year who loves soccer, has exceptional dribbling skills, but still has lots of room for improvement. The story starts with him entering Raimon Jr. High ten years after the first Football Frontier International, where Raimon has become famous for its soccer. However, an organization called Fifth Sector has taken control of soccer over the years, and the passion that Raimon once had for soccer is no longer there.


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Characters & Voice Actors

Endou, Mamoru
Endou, Mamoru
Takeuchi, Junko
Takeuchi, Junko
Gouenji, Shuuya
Gouenji, Shuuya
Nojima, Hirofumi
Nojima, Hirofumi
Matsukaze, Tenma
Matsukaze, Tenma
Terasaki, Yuka
Terasaki, Yuka
Tsurugi, Kyousuke
Tsurugi, Kyousuke
Ohara, Takashi
Ohara, Takashi


Akiyama, Katsuhito
Akiyama, Katsuhito
Mima, Masafumi
Mima, Masafumi
Sound Director
Suzuki, Kenichi
Suzuki, Kenichi
Episode Director, Storyboard
Tomiyasu, Daiki
Tomiyasu, Daiki
Episode Director

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Opening Theme

#1: "Ten Made Todoke! (天までとどけっ!)" by T-Pistonz+KMC (eps 1-18)
#2: "Naseba Naru no sa Nanairo Tamago (成せば成るのさ 七色卵)" by T-Pistonz+KMC (eps 19-33)
#3: "Ohayou! Shining Day (おはよう!シャイニング・デイ)" by T-Pistonz+KMC (eps 34-45)
#4: "Uchikudakutsu! (打ち砕ーくっ!)" by T-Pistonz+KMC (eps 46-47)

Ending Theme

#01: "Yappa Seishun (やっぱ青春)" by Sorano Aoi CV Kitahara Sayaka (eps 1-18)
#02: "Kanari Junjou (かなり純情)" by Sorano Aoi CV Kitahara Sayaka (eps 19-33)
#03: "HAJIKE-YO!!" by Sorano Aoi CV Kitahara Sayaka (eps 34-45)
#04: "Ohayou! Shining Day (おはよう!シャイニング・デイ)" by T-Pistonz+KMC (eps 46-47)

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Jul 2, 2015
Inazuma Eleven Go is set ten years after the iconic Inazuma Japan lift the Football Frontier International trophy against the Little Gigant in the final. Matsukaze Tenma is our protagonist in the show looking to enter the Raimon Junior High football club.
The premise of the show is quite different from its prequel, ten years in the future all the schools are managed by an organization called "Fifth Sector" who negotiate all the results of a soccer match and go by the belief that all schools should get equal attention when it comes to soccer. This restricts the club who are naturally at a higher read more
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Apr 30, 2013
Inazuma Eleven GO! isn't as good as the original, but it's still fun. It's ten years after the original and soccer is run by Fifth Sector, who decides who wins and who loses in advance. To go against them is to get your school shut down... apparently. Yeah, it's dumb. Dumb like a fox! But half the fun of this show is how dumb it is. It's good-naturedly silly and they do try so very hard. The beginning is hard going since nobody but Tenma is willing to challenge Fifth Sector so there's a lot of whining, but once that's over with the plot is read more
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Jul 7, 2011
(Review up until episode 9)

"Inazuma Eleven Go", kinda like a spin-off show of Inazuma Eleven, but with grown-up characters...

Story - 5/10

The whole "Being controlled by a secret organization" thing seems kind of cliché but it was a nice change from the previous "season" as it actually adds a bit more of plot to it...The story evolves nicely in these couple of episodes but nothing close to being great...
And still, even though the story seems mediocre, I find myself enjoying it and waiting for it to evolve into something better...

Art & Sound - 6/10

The art doesn't change much, even when the characters are grown-up, they read more
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Jul 7, 2013
(First review)

When Go was announced I simply expected the same Inazuma Eleven as before,
but with new characters.
I was wrong - Go has a complete and new storyline and many events which couldn't be found in the first season. While the first season was just about enjoying the football show, Go keeps your attention to the plot. But please remember that this is a kids' show: Don't expect something too epic or big.

There's no problem with the music!
The OP stay pretty much the same as in the first season.
No wonder, cause they are done by the same group. The ED also have read more
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Inazuma Eleven evolves faster than C.Tsubasa, taking only 2-3 episodes for a match to end, while in Tsubasa it takes more than a whole episode for the players to run half the field...

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