Tsubasa Oozora is an 11-year-old elementary school student who is deeply in love with football and dreams of one day winning the FIFA World Cup for Japan.
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Arihiro Hase ...  Koyama unknown episodes
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Tsubasa Oozora is an 11-year-old elementary school student who is deeply in love with football and dreams of one day winning the FIFA World Cup for Japan.

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Tsubasa and Misaki appeared in the video for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics at the closing ceremony for the 2016 Summer Olympics. See more »

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Featured in Videofobia: El visitante del más allá (2015) See more »

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Fuyu no Lion
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Music by Takayuki Baba
Arrangements by Hiromoto Tobisawa
Lyrics by Osamu Yoshioka
Performed by Hiroyuki Okita
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Best soccer animation TV show Ever
3 December 2006 | by Cholo-WarriorSee all my reviews

No doubt about it, this TV series got everything about soccer right. I grew up watching this show in Peru(South America) when it was called "super Campeones", which is Spanish for Super Champions. The Story focuses on a little kid trying to become the best soccer player in the world. From relying on tricks and ability he makes his way up soccer championships by defeating the toughest adversaries.

So, what's so great about that?

Not only are the soccer matches very well-simulated(a little old and crappy for people in this era) but the players have extraordinary abilitys (superpowers you may call it). With a mix of kung-fu and other Japanese arts, this show takes soccer to a dragon ball z level. From "The Lion's Kick" and "The Eagle's Shot", the best of soccer (as a fun sport) is highlighted

If you want your kid (or yourself) to like soccer and grow up playin it then you should get one of these episodes to watch

Now, don't ask me where to get them cause i have problems myself finding any...


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Japan

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Japanese

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13 October 1983 (Japan) See more »

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Super campeones See more »

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(128 episodes)

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