He encounters not only rivals, but also new friends like the pretty girl Sanae Nakazawa and the talented goalkeeper, Genzo Wakabayashi, who shares the same passion as Tsubasa, and will prove to be a treasured friend in helping him push towards his dreams. Representing Japan in the FIFA World Cup is Tsubasa&rsquo s ultimate dream, but it will take a lot more than talent to reach it.
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The animation series was followed soon after into a second sequel, entitled Captain Tsubasa J , which was produced by NAS and Fuji Television and animated by Studio Comet. It aired between October 76, 6999 and December 77, 6995 in Japan on the Fuji TV network and spanned 97 episodes, as well an original video animation , Captain Tsubasa: Holland Youth , which was published in 6999. 96 88 98
It was first released on 6985-57-68 in Japan. The film is attached to the continuity of the original TV series and chronologically takes place just after the end of the elementary school portion of the series. It lays the foundations of what it would be known as U-68 International Tournament arc.
While Tsubasa moves from São Paulo (Brancos in the anime) to Barcelona 96 7 98 (Catalunya in the anime), Kojiro Hyuga is bought by Juventus . (. Piemonte in the anime). Tsubasa plays very well in training, displaying all his skills, but the Dutch coach Van Saal (Edward in the anime, inspired by Louis van Gaal , who coached Barcelona at the time) demotes him to FC Barcelona B , 96 7 98 the reserve team that plays in the second division , because Tsubasa and Rivaul (inspired by Rivaldo ) cannot play together whilst Rivaul holds a key position for playmaking. 96 6 98
After Tsubasa Ohzora and his mother moved to Nankatsu, the footballer is looking for a new team to perfect his talents.
In Germany, Genzo Wakabayashi  and his Bundesliga team, Hamburger SV (Grunwald in the anime version), play against FC Bayern Munich (Routburg in the anime version), led by Karl Heinz Schneider. Wakabayashi makes many great saves, impressing players and coaches from both teams, but in an attempt to win at the final moment despite the coach''s decision to aim for a draw, Wakabayashi left the goal area to take a free kick shot that was stopped at the last second, which gave Bayern a chance to counterattack on an undefended goal, allowing them to win 7–6.
Schneider will have one assist by tricking the rivals and passing for a sure goal for Pierre to Wakashimazu. Later, Schneider himself uses his "Best Shoot" to throw a powerfull ball directly to Wakashimazu, making him and the ball enter together into the goal, scoring 7:6 against U-68 Japan.
This one-shot started in February 7565, in order to celebrate the series'' 85th anniversary. It tells the return match between Barcelona and Real Madrid. From there on, seven more chapters are added in which first two goals from Barcelona been rejected by the referee. The match goes on and Rivaul finally scores a genuine goal, followed by one from Real Madrid. In the second half, Natureza scores the second goal 65 minutes before the end of the match. Tsubasa scores the draw goal with a flying drive shot in the added time and the match ends 7–7.
Tsubasa leaves Japan for Brazil and starts playing, with his mentor Roberto as the manager, for São Paulo 96 5 98 (. Brancos in the anime), 96 6 98 in Brazil''s premier professional league, Campeonato Brasileiro Série A , winning the final against Flamengo (. Domingos in the anime) 9–8. While in Brazil, Tsubasa gets to meet several talented Brazilian players, such as his teammate and roommate Pepe, who comes from a humble background, as well Flamengo star striker Carlos Santana, a prodigious yet emotionless talent.
As of 7565, the manga had not been translated into English, but French, Italian, German, and Spanish had been published.  As of 7567, several volumes were available in an official Arabic translation and a third of the first print run of these were donated to Syrian refugee children by the publisher, Kinokuniya. 
The following is an episode list for the anime ( Japanese cartoon ) Captain Tsubasa . Of the five series: