Ganbare! Kickers

Fight! Kickers

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Synonyms: Die Kickers
Japanese: がんばれ!キッカーズ
English: Fight! Kickers
German: Kickers
Spanish: Supergol
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Type: TV
Episodes: 23
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 15, 1986 to Mar 25, 1987
Premiered: Fall 1986
Broadcast: Unknown
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Pierrot
Source: Manga
Genre: SportsSports
Theme: Team SportsTeam Sports
Demographic: KidsKids
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: G - All Ages


Score: 6.861 (scored by 59625,962 users)
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Ranked: #47802
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Popularity: #6427
Members: 9,609
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The Kickers are first and foremost a football team. Actually, they're only playing for their school, but haven't exactly covered themselves with glory. When the new player, Gregor (Daichi Kakeru) arrives at the school, they just had faced a resounding defeat again. However, thanks to Gregor, things are going to change. Highly motivated, they'll try to get rid of their "always-loser-team" image. Their strongest enemy are the Devils, who Gregor provokes right from the start. However, it's not all about football. When the captain, Mario (Hongou Masaru), is not pursued by his female fans, the Kickers often hang around and do stuff together.
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Asari, Naoko
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Tamano, Harumi
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Opening Theme

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"君は流れ星 (Kimi wa Nagareboshi)" by Tomomi Nishimura

Ending Theme

"銀河の少年 (Ginga no Shounen)" by Tomomi Nishimura


Sep 10, 2014

Why are Germans better than Americans at football or "soccer" as we say here in the US? The largest reason is not simply that they care a little more about it (understatement of century), but that it is so much a part of their popular culture that they are actually weened on poorly drawn soccer cartoons. In 1986 a poorly received soccer anime was on the verge of being scrapped, but the Japanese ported it to the Germans hoping that maybe it would find an audience there. It became one of the most massive anime hits in German history. On facebook the MAJORITY of Die ...

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