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Captain Tsubasa

Captain Tsubasa

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Flash Kicker
Japanese: キャプテン翼

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 128
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 13, 1983 to Mar 27, 1986
Duration: 24 min. per episode
Rating: G - All Ages
L represents licensing company

Statistics

Score: 7.341 (scored by 16860 users)
Ranked: #20602
Popularity: #1259
Members: 26,688
Favorites: 159
1 indicates a weighted score
2 based on the top anime page.

Popular Tags

action shounen sport sports

Synopsis

Tsubasa Ozora moves to the town Nankatsu to increase his skills as a soccer player. He is challanged by the Super Goalkeeper Genzo Wakabayashi. He then agree to compete and see who was the best soccer player there.

(Source: ANN)

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Episodes  0 / 128
Aired  Oct 13, 1983 to Mar 27, 1986
Status  Finished Airing
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Related Anime

Adaptation: Captain Tsubasa
Sequel: Shin Captain Tsubasa
Side story: Captain Tsubasa: Europe Daikessen, Captain Tsubasa: Ayaushi! Zen Nihon Jr., Captain Tsubasa: Asu ni Mukatte Hashire!, Captain Tsubasa: Sekai Daikessen!! Jr. World Cup, Captain Tsubasa: Saikyou no Teki! Holland Youth

Characters & Voice Actors

Hyuuga, Kojirou
Hyuuga, Kojirou
Main
Suzuoki, Hirotaka
Japanese
Suzuoki, Hirotaka
Ishizaki, Ryou
Ishizaki, Ryou
Main
Maruyama, Hiroko
Japanese
Maruyama, Hiroko
Misaki, Taro
Misaki, Taro
Main
Yamada, Eiko
Japanese
Yamada, Eiko
Nakazawa, Sanae
Nakazawa, Sanae
Main
Sakamoto, Chika
Japanese
Sakamoto, Chika

Staff

Hiroshi, Fukutomi
Director
Kuriyama, Yoshihide
Episode Director
Hirano, Yasushi
Script
Nanba, Hitoshi
Storyboard



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Oct 27, 2007
Xalengurth
I watched this anime when I was in elementary school, and including me all my friends were really into it. This got us all into soccer too lol, I would imagine myself being Tsubasa, or Misaki and try harder at soccer.

I recently watched the first three episodes but couldn't find anymore with english subs, or dubs. If anyone knows anyplace I can find them in please let me know.

But as to the anime it is very enjoyable, it combines both reality and super powers such as Tsubasa's super kick (which, while playing the Japanese only Atari game with my friends and not knowing a read more
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Feb 5, 2009
az_0k
I watched this anime when I was seven and I still I remember how much I hated it. The plot is about this ELEMENTARY school soccer team (OK the second half is about their junior high life but who gives a @$#). Soccer is a good sports but why elementary school kids? If you want to make a sports-genre anime about passion and dreams and all that stuff, elementary kids are not the way to go, trust me. This naturally leads to horrible characters since they are a bunch of brats anyways. The show literally turned the soccer field into a drama stage, where you read more
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Recommendations

Both are hot blooded soccer anime. Both have very cool soccer techniques. 
reportRecommended by yds1987
The same kind of anime about football (soccer) life. 
reportRecommended by Cafer
Both anime are about soccer and various teams and championships...while Inazuma Eleven has some sort of supernatural feeling to it (Because of the whole "hissatsu" techniques) and even different characters that appear to be regular humans but aren't, Captain Tsubasa seems to be a more "normal" type of soccer...

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...

Both anime are enjoyable and have the soccer to kick in! 
reportRecommended by ImpactAlchemist
Both are popular old school Football "soccer" anime  
reportRecommended by ssjathena
Both are sports anime. Major is about baseball and Captain Tsubasa is about football. Both start with the male protagonist's childhood and continue his transition to adulthood. Like any other sports anime, both of them care about friendship, teamwork, and rivalry. Even though they both are long anime, you can watch them without getting bored. 
reportRecommended by seydakhan
Same feeling while watching it.
Both about sport/friendship/rivalry. 
reportRecommended by benjee

Opening Theme

"Moete Hero" by Hiroyuki Okita

Ending Theme

#1: "Fuyu no Lion (冬のライオン; Lion of Winter)" by Hiroyuki Okita (eps 1-49)
#2: "Tsubasa yo Hashire! (翼よ走れ!)" by Captain Tsubasa Ouendan (eps 50-110)
#3: "Asu ni Mukatte Shoot (明日に向かってシュート)" by Youko Ogai (eps 111-128)

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