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Inazuma Eleven


Alternative Titles

Japanese: イナズマイレブン

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 127
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 5, 2008 to Apr 27, 2011
Premiered: Fall 2008
Broadcast: Unknown
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: OLM
Source: Game
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: G - All Ages

Statistics

Score: 7.681 (scored by 32,071 users)
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Ranked: #11242
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Popularity: #1231
Members: 57,638
Favorites: 1,295
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Episodes: /127
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Synopsis

While other schools in Japan compete for the title of being the best soccer team in the country, Raimon Middle School's soccer club, Inazuma Eleven, struggles to rise from the verge of being disbanded. The grandson of Inazuma Eleven's first generation goalkeeper and captain of the team, Mamoru Endou, takes the challenge of kicking the long neglected club back into shape. To do this, he'll need a little help and more than a little luck.

Mamoru Endou finds hope in the hands of Shuuya Gouenji, a brilliant young player who has given up on soccer. Mamoru is determined to get Shuuya and other new recruits to join his team, no matter what the cost. Is his passion and determination enough to treat the ailing club? Or is there no more hope for the team?

Background

Inazuma Eleven first started out as a sports role-playing game for the Nintendo DS. The series has had numerous sequels since then. The manga was first published in the Shogakukan CoroCoro Comic and the anime series was produced by game developer Level-5 along with TV Tokyo and OLM. The anime aired in numerous countries around Asia and Europe. Aside from the anime, manga and video games, there is also an animated film and guidebooks for the series.

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Characters & Voice Actors


Staff

Akiyama, Katsuhito
Director
Mima, Masafumi
Sound Director
Tsuda, Naokatsu
Episode Director
Ishiodori, Hiroshi
Episode Director


Edit Opening Theme

#1: "Tachiagariyo" by T-Pistonz (eps 1-26)
#2: "Maji de kansha!" by T-Pistonz+KMC (eps 27-54)
#3: "Tsunagariyo" by T-Pistonz+KMC (eps 55-67)
#4: "Katte nakou ze!" by T-Pistonz+KMC (eps 68-87)
#5: "GOOD Kita!" by T-Pistonz+KMC (eps 88-107)
#6: "Bokura no Goal!" by T-Pistonz+KMC (eps 108-127)

Edit Ending Theme

#1: "Seishun oden" by Twe'lv (eps 1-26)
#2: "Seishun bus guide" by Berryz Kobo (eps 27-50)
#3: "Ryuusei boy" by Berryz Kobo (eps 51-67)
#4: "Otakebi boy WAO!" by Berryz Kobo (eps 68-87)
#5: "Maji Bomber!" by Berryz Kobo (eps 88-101)
#6: "Shining Power" by Berryz Kobo (eps 102-112)
#7: "Mata ne... no Kisetsu" by Inazuma All-Stars (eps 113-127)




More reviewsReviews

Jul 1, 2015
karlstein12 (All reviews)
I recently had the pleasure of watching Inazuma Eleven for a third time and I can safely say it is still as evergreen and exciting as I found it the first and the second time I watched it.

Presented by Oriental Light & Magic, the studio that gave us Pokemon, Inazuma Eleven has been a huge success in Japan and several other countries and it has good reasons for so.
The story is centered around a young and energetic football freak, Endou Mamoru, who is trying to gather members for the local school football team; The Raimon Junior High. With his charismatic personality and never-giving read more
Apr 29, 2011
XxSonikkuEvansxX (All reviews)
This is my first anime review.

Inazuma eleven is based in a game series by Level-5.

I liked the Story, is a great plot with a big variety of characters and unrealistic attacks. But... it has some differences respect the version of the original game.

The art is great, especially in the shoots and attacks.

The Sound is composed for Yasunori Mitsuda, he did a good job in this, and sound effects are awesome.

I really loved this anime beacuse is really emotional in occasions and others funny or many more.
Inazuma Eleven values the meaning of friendship and teamwork.
Sep 27, 2016
KurataTrigger (All reviews)
In December of 2015 I decided to pick a bunch of non-seasonal anime that I wanted to watch alongside the winter 16 season. One of these series was Inazuma Eleven.

Now I went into this anime with very low expectations due to the fact that I don't like sports that much plus some of my least favourite sports are football, boxing volleyball and baseball. So I was expected to hate this anime because of it. As again I don't like sports that much and honestly I was expecting to kinda hate this anime. Was I wrong in my personal judgement or I am right.

Hello everyone Shawn/TheKazeTrigger read more
May 17, 2017
ViniciusAlves (All reviews)
Inazuma Eleven is what you would expect from a kids' sport Anime. Full of sparks and over-the-top flashy moves, but little to none substance or story depth. I'm totally not against the characters having super powers, but when this overused feature starts damaging the actually good on-going action, it doesn't work for me. The characters can apparently freeze time or increase the length of the soccer/football field so they can do one of their signature techniques (which makes no sense by the way, it just alter how strong the shoot will be, apart from some few dribble moves). I was also bothered by the repetitive read more

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