Birdie Wing: Golf Girls' Story Season 2 Release Date Announced

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The first season of Birdie Wing has just ended, and after the 13th and final episode, Birdie Wing: Golf Girls' Story Season 2 was announced by Bandai Namco Pictures. Season 2 of the anime was revealed via the official website which featured the release date, official trailer, and key visual.

Birdie Wing: Golf Girl's Story Trailer

The new Birdie Wing Season 2 trailer gives us a new look at the upcoming season, featuring more golfing action from the two main girls.

In case you’re unfamiliar, Birdie Wing: Golf Girls' Story is an original anime by Bandai Namco Pictures, the studio behind the 2015 Gintama° series, Aikatsu on Parade!, and Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun.

As the title implies, Birdie Wing is a story about two up-and-coming golfers, Eve and Aoi Amawashi. Eve is an expert golfer in the underground scene who is infamous for her aggressive playstyle and penchant for betting against opponents. Soon, Eve meets her match in Aoi, a golf prodigy whom Eve faces in an official game. Eve loses against Aoi, but their match makes a big impact on the two golf geniuses, developing a rivalry between the two as they promise to face off in the future as they further hone their skills.

Birdie Golf Girls' Story Season 2 key visual with Eve and Aoi Amawashi
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Birdie Golf Girls' Story Season 2 key visual

Birdie Wing: Golf Girls’ Story features Akari Kito (Nezuko from Demon Slayer, Barabara from Genshin Impact) as the voice of Eve. Opposite her is Seta Asami (Nobara Kugisaki from Jujutsu Kaisen, Mai Sakurajima from Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai) as Aoi.

The series is directed by Takayuki Inagaki (Desert Punk) and written by Yosuke Kuroda (Mobile Suit Gundam 00). Kohmi Hirose sings the show’s opening theme song, with Toru Inoue as the golf supervisor.

Birdie Wing: Golf Girls' Story Season 2 Release Date

Birdie Wing season 2 will premiere in January 2023, and it will air in Japan on the TX Network family of stations, including TV Tokyo, TVO, TV Aichi, TSC, TVH, and TVQ. The second season will stream on Crunchyroll in North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East, and CIS, with each episode being available as soon as they air in Japan.