Blue Lock Reveals Opening Song, Release Date in New Trailer

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Ahead of the series’ premiere, the upcoming sports anime Blue Lock unveiled its opening song and more cast members in a new trailer. The anime also confirmed its premiere date.

The new trailer was released on the EMOTION Label Channel, and it previews new clips from the anime, as well as the show’s opening song.


Performing the Blue Lock opening song "Chaos ga Kiwamaru" is the Japanese band UNISON SQUARE GARDEN. Meanwhile, the ending song entitled “WINNER” is performed by Shugo Nakamura.

Along with the themes, new members of the voice cast were also revealed. These new members include:

These new cast members join the already stacked voice cast that was previously announced which includes Jujutsu Kaisen star Yuma Uchida, along with the likes of Hiroshi Kamiya and Yoshitsugu Matsuoka.


Blue Lock is an anime series adaptation of the manga of the same name by Muneyuki Kaneshiro which started serialization in Weekly Shonen Magazine on August 1, 2018.

Unlike most sports manga, Blue Lock does not follow a high school sports team. Instead, it follows the story of the Japanese national football team.

The series follows the national team after a disastrous defeat at the 2018 World Cup. As the Japan Football Union aims to build a better team, they’ve gathered 300 of Japan’s best youth soccer players.


These players are put into “Blue Lock,” a program developed by coach Jinpachi ego to produce the country's most talented striker.

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As part of this program, the recruits are put into a prison-like facility where they are pitted against each other.

The last remaining player will become the national team’s striker while those who are defeated will be banned from joining, forever.


The Blue Lock anime series is set to release in Japan on October 9 at 1:30 AM JST. Currently, there’s no word yet on which platform the series will release outside Japan.