Blue lock season 2 Release Date , Plot , Cast , Latest News and More

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Arshia Asrani

Blue lock season 2

Blue Lock is a Japanese manga series created by Muneyuki Kaneshiro and illustrated by Yusuke Nomura. The first season of the anime had 24 episodes and ran from October 9, 2022, to March 26, 2023.

We’re all eagerly awaiting news about Blue Lock season 2! Though not confirmed yet, fans are hopeful the popular soccer anime will return after that cliffhanger ending to season 1.

Blue Lock Season 2 Release Date

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Blue Lock fans, get ready for more intense soccer action! The series has officially confirmed a second season and a spin-off movie.

The first season of Blue Lock aired from October 2022 to December 2022. It covered the first 11 volumes of the manga series that began in 2018.

Now, Season 2 has been confirmed to be in the works, though an exact release date has not been announced yet. According to our sources, Blue Lock Season 2 is expected to release in Summer 2024.

Blue Lock Season 2 Plot

At the end of season 1, the 35 remaining Blue Lock players must prove their skills and teamwork by choosing to join Team A, Team B, or Team C, which are led by top strikers Rin, Shido, and Karasu. After a fierce competition, the best 11 players will be selected to form Blue Lock 11, an elite soccer team created with the sole purpose of defeating Japan’s national U-20 squad.

Blue Lock 11 finally gets their chance when their coach, Ego Jinpachi, secures a high-stakes match against the U-20s, with the winner earning the right to guide the future of Japanese soccer. Blue Lock 11 faces incredibly tough odds, as the national team features stars like Itoshi Sae and a familiar foe – Shido, who has defected from Blue Lock to join his brother on the U-20s. Despite lacking experience, Blue Lock 11 possesses raw talent and the egoistic drive to win at all costs. But will it be enough to overcome a national squad led by a genius playmaker hungry for victory?

What Happened In Blue Lock So Far?

What Happened In Blue Lock So Far

Japan has struggled to produce a soccer star who can lead them to World Cup glory. Their teamwork-first approach has prevented any one player from shining. Enter Blue Lock – a ruthless program created to develop Japan’s next striker prodigy by any means necessary.

Blue Lock recruits 300 top high school strikers and throws them into intense, ego-crushing trials with one goal: create a globally feared goalscorer. It’s masterminded by Jinpachi Ego, who believes that stars, not teamwork, win championships.

Among the recruits is average striker Isagi Yoichi. Though initially believing in harmony, the brutal competition forces his goals to shift from befriending rivals to doing whatever it takes to be the last man standing. As the trials continue, the once-ordinary Isagi inches towards the potential for legendary status – but will it cost him himself in the process?

Over 100 days, the top Blue Lock players will join Japan’s U-20 squad to train with youth stars from soccer powerhouses like England, Germany and France. Egos and skills will collide as the world awaits the emergence of Japan’s long-awaited striker.

Blue Lock Season 2 cast

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  • Yuichi Nakamura will voice Ryusei Shido
  • Makoto Furukawa will voice Tabito Karasu
  • Kengo Kawanishi will voice Eita Otoya
  • Takuya Eguchi will voice Kenyu Yukimiya
  • Hiro Shimono will voice Julian Loki
  • Shinichiro Kamio will voice Leonardo Luna
  • Yoichi Isagi – Kazuki Ura (Japanese), Ricco Fajardo (English)
  •  Meguru Bachira – Kaito Tasuku (Japanese), Drew Breedlove (English)
  • Jinpachi Ego – Hiroshi Kamiya (Japanese), Derick Snow (English)
  • Seishiro Nagi – Nobunaga Shimazaki (Japanese), Bryson Baugus (English)
  • Shōei Barō – Junichi Suwabe (Japanese), Matthew David Rudd (English)
  •  Hyoma Chigiri – Soma Saito (Japanese), Aaron Dismuke (English)
  • Rin Itoshi – Kouki Uchiyama (Japanese), Matt Shipman (English)
  • Jyubei Aryu – Katsuyuki Konishi (Japanese), Bradley Gareth (English)
  • Aoshi Tokimitsu – Shinnosuke Tachibana (Japanese), Jordan Dash Cruz (English)
  •  Rensuke Kunigami – Yuuki Ono (Japanese), Alex Hom (English)

Why blue lock ?

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What makes Blue Lock Season 1 stand out from other sports anime is its unique way of looking at soccer. Instead of following the usual story of an underdog who works hard to succeed within the existing rules of the sport, Blue Lock takes a different approach. It’s interesting to watch because it doesn’t stick to the normal way of doing things.

In the show, Ego has a dramatic and exaggerated view of soccer, and this sets the tone for the entire series. Everything in Blue Lock seems bigger and more intense than usual. This unique approach to the sport is what makes it so intriguing to watch.

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Arshia Asrani fell in love with anime during the lockdown and has since become a fixture in the community. She contributes her passion for the artform through vivid writing that transports readers into the worlds of popular shows. When not at her keyboard, she channels her creativity into sketching and painting characters that leap off the page. Arshia's articles showcase her deep knowledge and enthusiasm, making her a must-read writer.
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