Oliver and the Super Champions are all set to return to anime screens now that Season 2 of the Captain Tsubasa remake has been confirmed to air in April 2018.
The announcement is accompanied by the first promotional image for the second season of Captain Tsubasa, starring two football geniuses born in different parts of the world: on the one hand, our protagonist and the captain of the Japanese youth team (Tsubasa Oozora), and on the other, his “German Emperor” and captain of the German youth team (Karl Heinz Schneider). The new season will premiere in October 2023.
Another highlight is the fact that this season will be produced by a new animation studio (Studio KAI). With the image above, we can also assume that Captain Tsubasa Season 2 will take care of adapting the Under 17 World Championship arc, and we’re definitely looking forward to seeing this adaptation that will take some of the show’s best characters to the world level and, of course, both captains of the Japanese and German teams, who will meet for the first time in this tournament.
The first season of Captain Tsubasa consists of 52 episodes, which you can see on Crunchyroll both in the original language with subtitles and dubbed in Latin Spanish.