Blue Lock Dub Release Date: When Will It Be Dubbed in English?

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Blue Lock Dub Release Date When Will It Be Dubbed in English Yoichi Isagi
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The world's greatest egoist striker arrives in Blue Lock to secure Japan's World Cup ranking. With 300 players vying for the number one spot, Yoichi Isagi is more than determined to be the best. While the anime has been released with subtitles, when will Blue Lock be dubbed into English and when will it be released?

Blue Lock is one of the most highly anticipated fall anime. It's a sports anime aimed at a shonen audience that looks promising thanks to its adrenaline-pumping sports and action sequences.

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The sports anime centers on Yoichi Isagi, an ordinary high schooler, who is invited into Ego Jinpachi's Blue Lock program, where he competes against 299 other players for the title of the world's greatest egoist striker.

Unlike other sports anime, Blue Lock focuses on individual performance levels rather than teamwork.

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Japan needs an egoist striker who will score the most goals not for the team but for himself to win the World Cup.

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Will Blue Lock Be Dubbed in English?

Will Blue Lock Be Dubbed in English Yoichi Isagi
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Yes, Blue Lock will be dubbed in English, according to Crunchyroll's previous announcement of its fall anime dub releases.

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In fact, Crunchyroll released the first English dubbed episode of Blue Lock on October 22, 2022. The second episode will be streamed the following week.

Crunchyroll usually announces more details about an anime's English dub a month after the premiere of its pilot episode.

In that regard, it takes time for an anime to get an English dub because there are so many factors to consider.

In fact, English dub anime releases are a labor of hard work, requiring translations, script writing, casting, and recording.

While Crunchyroll offers simuldub releases, the streaming platform does not always include shows that do not have a strong presence in the season lineup.

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When Is Blue Lock’s English Dub Release Date?

When Is Blue Lock’s English Dub Release Date Yoichi Isagi
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The first English dubbed episode of Blue Lock was released on October 22, 2022, with more episodes coming in the following weeks.

It is up to the fans to decide which dub version to watch. In any case, Blue Lock's original Japanese audio version with English subtitles is also streaming on Crunchyroll.

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Who Are Blue Lock’s English Dub Voice Actors?

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The official English dub voice-acting cast for Blue Lock is as follows:

  • Ricco Fajardo (Mirio in My Hero Academia) as Yoichi Isagi
  • Derick Snow (Shinra in Fire Force) as Ego Jinpachi
  • Drew Breedlove (Hayato in King's Game: The Animation) as Bachira Meguru
  • Alex Hom (Yoshida in Higehiro) as Kunigami Rensuke
  • Aaron Dismuke (Senku in Dr. Stone) as Chigiri
  • Lee George (Appare in Appare-Ranman) as Gagamaru
  • Alejandro Saab (Miyamura in Horimiya) as Sae Itoshi
  • Matthew David Rudd (Atsushi in Shoot! Goal to the Future) as Shouei
  • Kasi Holowell (Olivia in The Greatest Demon Lord is Reborn as a Typical Nobody) as Anri
  • Aaron Campbell (Chiaki Morisawa in Ensemble Stars) as Raichi
  • Mark Allen Jr. (Souta in My Senpai Is Annoying) as Kuon
  • Blake Shepard (Soma in Food Wars!) as Kira Ryosuke
  • Kyle Igneczi (Bisco in Sabikui Bisco) as Igarashi

On the other hand, here is the official Japanese voice-acting cast for Blue Lock:

  • Kazuki Ura (Shouta Doi from World’s End Harem) is voicing the main protagonist, Yoichi Isagi
  • Kenichi Suzumura (Sougo Okita from Gintama) is voicing Japan’s National Treasure, Kira Ryosuke
  • Tasuku Kaito (Kohaku Oukawa from Ensemble Stars! Road to Show!) is voicing the peculiar yet flexible player, Meguru Bachira
  • Souma Saito (Yamaguchi Tadashi from Haikyuu!!) is voicing Hyouma Chigiri
  • Hiroshi Kamiya (Koyomi Araragi from Owarimonogatari) is voicing the soccer enigma, Ego Jinpachi
  • Yuuki Ono (Jousuke Higashikata from JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable) is voicing the short-tempered Rensuke Kunigami
  • Nakamura Shuugo (Kento Takanashi from Eternal Boys) is voicing Gin Gagamaru
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  • Katsuyuki Konishi (Tengen Uzui from Demon Slayer) is voicing Juubee Aryuu
  • Aoi Ichikawa (Nagara from Sonny Boy) is voicing the temple monk turned soccer player, Igarashi Gurimu
  • Junichi Suwabe (Atobe Keigo from The Prince of Tennis) is voicing Barou Shouhei
  • Chiba Shouya (Tahoumaru from Dorohedoro) is voicing Yuudai Imamura
  • Kouki Ichiyama (Tsukishima Kei from Haikyuu!!) is voicing Rin Itoshi
  • Takahiro Sakurai (Ayame Souma from Fruits Basket: The Final) is voicing Sae Itoshi
  • Yuuma Uchida (Kyo Souma from Fruits Basket: The Final) is voicing Reo Mikage
  • Masatomo Nakazawa (Haruki Nakayama from Given) is voicing Wataru Kuon
  • Nobunaga Shimazaki (Shun Kaidou from The Disastrous Life of Saiki K.) is voicing Seishirou Nagi
  • Yoshitsugu Matsuoka (Takahashi from Bakuman) is voicing Jingo Raichi
  • Natsuki Hanae (Tanjiro Kamado from Demon Slayer) is voicing Ikki Niko
  • Kazuyuki Okitsu (Hatori Souma from Fruits Basket: The Final) is voicing Zantetsu Tsurugi
  • Eri Yukimura (Fuyuko Mayuzumi from Voyager) is voicing Anri Teieri