Tag Archives: Sports

Battery

Alternative Titles
Japanese: バッテリー

 

Information
Type: TV
Episodes: 11
Aired: Jul 15, 2016 to ?
Studios: Zero-G
Genres: Drama, Slice of Life, Sports
Rating: None
MAL: Battery

 

Anime Battery

 

Synopsis
Meet Takumi Harada—not even in junior high and he’s the best pitcher in the region, although he’s frustrated and ready to give up, because he can’t find a catcher who is good enough to keep up with how he pitches in this backwater town his family has just moved to. Then along comes a kid named Gou Nagakura…

(Source: MU)

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Cheer Danshi!!

Alternative Titles
English: Cheer Boys
Japanese: チア男子!!

 

Information
Type: TV
Episodes: Unknown
Aired: Jul 5, 2016 to ?
Studios: Brain’s Base
Genres: School, Sports
Rating: None
MAL: Cheer Danshi!! (Cheer Boys)

 

Anime Cheer Danshi!! (Cheer Boys)

 

Synopsis
The story revolves around the “slightly odd and cute” members of a cheerleading squad at a men’s university.

(Source: ANN)

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Days (TV)

Alternative Titles
Japanese: DAYS

 

Information
Type: TV
Episodes: 24
Aired: Jul 2, 2016 to ?
Studios: MAPPA
Genres: School, Shounen, Sports
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
MAL: Days (TV)

 

Anime Days (TV)

 

Synopsis
The series is about two boys named Tsukushi and Jin. Tsukushi is a boy with no special talent or traits while Jin is considered a soccer genius. On one stormy night, Jin meets Tsukushi, and they get dragged into the world of soccer.

(Source: MAL News)

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Teekyuu

Alternative Titles
Synonyms: Tekyuu, Te-kyu
Japanese: てーきゅう 

Information
Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Aired: Oct 7, 2012 to Dec 23, 2012
Studios: MAPPA
Genres: Comedy, School, Shounen, Sports
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
MAL: Teekyuu

 

Anime Teekyuu

 

Synopsis
Teekyuu is all about the wacky antics of four schoolgirls—Kanae Shinjou gets bored easily and often breaks the laws of physics to get what she wants; Nasuno Takamiya is incredibly rich and knows how to make things go her way; Marimo Bandou would probably get arrested from her actions like eating panties or kidnapping children; and Yuri Oshimoto, their ordinary junior, rounds out the eccentric bunch that forms the sole members of their school’s tennis club.

Despite their interest in learning the sport, the older girls prefer messing around, while Yuri, being the only one who actually knows how to play and the most mature in spite of being younger, has to deal with her seniors’ out of control behavior.

When these four girls come together, insanity ensues in this lightning-paced comedy about a tennis club that doesn’t really play tennis.

[Written by MAL Rewrite]

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One Outs

Alternative Titles
English: One Outs
Synonyms: ONE OUTS Nobody wins, but I!
Japanese: ワンナウツ 

Information
Type: TV
Episodes: 25
Aired: Oct 8, 2008 to Apr 1, 2009
Studios: Madhouse
Genres: Psychological, Seinen, Sports
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
MAL: One Outs

 

Anime One Outs

 

Synopsis
Toua Tokuchi is an athlete by profession, but a reckless gambler at heart. On the streets of Okinawa, he uses nothing but his wits and a “fastball” peaking at a mere 134 kmph to somehow achieve 499 wins in the game of “One Outs,” a simplified version of baseball between the pitcher and one batter. Amazed by Toua’s unique prowess on the mound, veteran slugger Kojima Hiromichi artfully scouts the pitcher for his long unsuccessful team, the Saikyou Saitama Lycaons. Kojima desperately hopes Toua will lead them to the championship; however, Tsuneo Saikawa, the mercenary owner of the Lycaons, sees the vastly talented pitcher as a threat to the income generated by the team. Rising to the challenge of swaying the owner, Toua suggests a one-of-a-kind “One Outs” contract: every out Toua pitches will earn him five million yen, but with every run he gives up, he will lose fifty million yen.

Adapted from the manga by Shinobu Kaitani of Liar Game fame, One Outs documents the intense psychological battles between Toua and those around him. With millions of yen at stake, can a pitcher who has done nothing but gamble in a head-to-head imitation of baseball finally lead a real baseball team to victory?

[Written by MAL Rewrite]

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Eyeshield 21

Alternative Titles
Synonyms: Eyeshield21
Japanese: アイシールド21 

Information
Type: TV
Episodes: 145
Aired: Apr 6, 2005 to Mar 19, 2008
Studios: Studio Gallop
Genres: Action, Comedy, Shounen, Sports
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
MAL: Eyeshield 21

 

Anime Eyeshield 21

 

Synopsis
Welcome To the Gridiron of the Damned! Huge hulking bodies throw themselves at each other, while a tiny lithe body runs between them for the goal! No, it’s not a game of football, it’s Sena Kobayakawa trying to evade the monstrous Ha-Ha brothers down the halls of Deimon High School! But wait! Sena’s incredible skills at not getting caught have been spotted by the devilish (possibly actually demonic) captain of the school’s embryonic American style football team, and when Sena asks to be the teams manager, he gets thrust onto the field as a running back instead! But there are two BIG catches: first, to keep the identity of their new “star” player an absolute secret, Yoichi makes Sena wear an opaque visor on his helmet and gives him the alias of “Eyeshield 21.” And the second catch? Well, in order to hit his fastest “speed of light” running mode, Sena usually has to be absolutely terrified. Not that THAT will be a problem with the monstrous players that he’ll soon find himself running from! The insanity hits the streets when the feet meet the cleats in EYESHIELD 21!

(Source: Sentai Filmworks)

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Mobile Fighter G Gundam

Alternative Titles
English: Mobile Fighter G Gundam
Synonyms: Mobile Fighter G-Gundam, Kidou Butouden G Gundam
Japanese: 機動武闘伝Gガンダム 

Information
Type: TV
Episodes: 49
Aired: Apr 1, 1994 to Mar 31, 1995
Studios: Sunrise
Genres: Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Martial Arts, Mecha, Romance, Sci-Fi, Shounen, Space, Sports
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
MAL: Mobile Fighter G Gundam

 

Anime Mobile Fighter G Gundam

 

Synopsis
In the Year FC 60, much of mankind inhabits space colonies which orbit the Earth. Dominance over the colonies is decided once every four years by a large tournament in which each nation sends a single representative to fight the others with a giant robot called a Gundam. Domon Kashuu is selected to represent Neo-Japan in one of these tournaments, but he fights less to ensure his nation’s victory than to find his brother, who has been blamed for the deaths of Domon’s parents and the disappearance of a very dangerous weapon, the Dark Gundam or Devil Gundam.

(Source: ANN)

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Hajime no Ippo

Alternative Titles
English: Fighting Spirit
Synonyms: The First Step, Hajime no Ippo: The Fighting
Japanese: はじめの一歩 THE FIGHTING! 

Information
Type: TV
Episodes: 75
Aired: Oct 4, 2000 to Mar 27, 2002
Studios: Madhouse
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Shounen, Sports
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
MAL: Hajime no Ippo (Fighting Spirit)

 

Anime Hajime no Ippo (Fighting Spirit)

 

Synopsis
Makunouchi Ippo has been bullied his entire life. Constantly running errands and being beaten up by his classmates, Ippo has always dreamed of changing himself, but never has the passion to act upon it. One day, in the midst of yet another bullying, Ippo is saved by Takamura Mamoru, who happens to be a boxer. Ippo faints from his injuries and is brought to the Kamogawa boxing gym to recover. As he regains consciousness, he is awed and amazed at his new surroundings in the gym, though lacks confidence to attempt anything. Takamura places a photo of Ippo’s classmate on a punching bag and forces him to punch it. It is only then that Ippo feels something stir inside him and eventually asks Takamura to train him in boxing. Thinking that Ippo does not have what it takes, Takamura gives him a task deemed impossible and gives him a one week time limit. With a sudden desire to get stronger, for himself and his hard working mother, Ippo trains relentlessly to accomplish the task within the time limit. Thus Ippo’s journey to the top of the boxing world begins.

[Written by MAL Rewrite]

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Haikyuu!!

Alternative Titles
English: Haikyu!!
Synonyms: High Kyuu!!
Japanese: ハイキュー!! 

Information
Type: TV
Episodes: 25
Aired: Apr 6, 2014 to Sep 21, 2014
Studios: Production I.G
Genres: Comedy, Drama, School, Shounen, Sports
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
MAL: Haikyuu!! (Haikyu!!)

 

Anime Haikyuu!! (Haikyu!!)

 

Synopsis
Inspired after watching a volleyball ace nicknamed “Little Giant” in action, small-statured Shouyou Hinata revives the volleyball club at his middle school. The newly-formed team even makes it to a tournament; however, their first match turns out to be their last when they are brutally squashed by the “King of the Court,” Tobio Kageyama. Hinata vows to surpass Kageyama, and so after graduating from middle school, he joins Karasuno High School’s volleyball team—only to find that his sworn rival, Kageyama, is now his teammate.

Thanks to his short height, Hinata struggles to find his role on the team, even with his superior jumping power. Surprisingly, Kageyama has his own problems that only Hinata can help with, and learning to work together appears to be the only way for the team to be successful. Based on Haruichi Furudate’s popular shounen manga of the same name, Haikyuu!! is an exhilarating and emotional sports comedy following two determined athletes as they attempt to patch a heated rivalry in order to make their high school volleyball team the best in Japan.

[Written by MAL Rewrite]

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Hajime no Ippo: Rising

Alternative Titles
English: Hajime No Ippo: The Fighting!
Synonyms: Fighting Spirit: Rising, Hajime no Ippo 3
Japanese: はじめの一歩 Rising 

Information
Type: TV
Episodes: 25
Aired: Oct 6, 2013 to Mar 29, 2014
Studios: Madhouse, MAPPA
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Shounen, Sports
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
MAL: Hajime no Ippo: Rising (Hajime No Ippo: The Fighting!)

 

Anime Hajime no Ippo: Rising (Hajime No Ippo: The Fighting!)

 

Synopsis
Ippo continues to defend his Japanese Featherweight title from an ever stronger pool of challengers. Meanwhile, Takamura challenges for his second WBC title in the middleweight class, and Aoki challenges for the Japanese Lightweight title.

(Source: ANN)

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Usakame

Alternative Titles
Japanese: うさかめ

 

Information
Type: TV
Episodes: Unknown
Aired: Apr 12, 2016 to ?
Studios: Millepensee
Genres: Comedy, Shounen, Sports
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
MAL: Usakame

 

Anime Usakame

 

Synopsis
Spin-off of Teekyuu.

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Hajime no Ippo: New Challenger

Alternative Titles
English: Fighting Spirit: New Challenger
Synonyms: Hajime no Ippo New Series, Hajime no Ippo Season II, Hajime no Ippo 2
Japanese: はじめの一歩 新シリーズ 

Information
Type: TV
Episodes: 26
Aired: Jan 7, 2009 to Jul 1, 2009
Studios: Madhouse
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Shounen, Sports
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
MAL: Hajime no Ippo: New Challenger (Fighting Spirit: New Challenger)

 

Anime Hajime no Ippo: New Challenger (Fighting Spirit: New Challenger)

 

Synopsis
Ippo Makunouchi continues his boxing career and his goal on knowing the meaning of being strong, and the desire on fighting his idol Ichiro Miyata once again. Along him are pro boxers Takamura, Aoki and Kimura that each one of them aspire to their own dreams.

(Source: ANN)

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Taishou Yakyuu Musume

Alternative Titles
English: Taisho Baseball Girls
Synonyms: Taishou Era Baseball Daughters, Taishou Era Baseball Girls
Japanese: 大正野球娘。 

Information
Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Aired: Jul 3, 2009 to Sep 25, 2009
Studios: J.C.Staff
Genres: Comedy, Historical, School, Seinen, Sports
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
MAL: Taishou Yakyuu Musume. (Taisho Baseball Girls)

 

Anime Taishou Yakyuu Musume. (Taisho Baseball Girls)

 

Synopsis
In 1925 (year 14 of the Taisho era) baseball is still quite unknown in Japan and there are only a few male teams. After being told by a baseball player that women should become housewives instead of going to school, 14-year-old Akiko invites her friend Koume to start a baseball team in order to prove him wrong. During this time, when even running was considered too vulgar for women, baseball is known as “what the boys do” and they face many difficulties when having to find enough members, to get permission from their parents and also when learning about the sport itself, which they soon discover to be more difficult than expected.

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Chihayafuru 2

Alternative Titles
Synonyms: Chihayafull 2
Japanese: ちはやふる 2 

Information
Type: TV
Episodes: 25
Aired: Jan 12, 2013 to Jun 29, 2013
Studios: Madhouse
Genres: Drama, Game, Josei, Slice of Life, Sports
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
MAL: Chihayafuru 2

 

Anime Chihayafuru 2

 

Synopsis
After an exciting year for the Mizusawa High School karuta club, a new semester begins as two new members join the group. More passionate than ever for the old card game, Chihaya sets ambitious goals for herself and for her friends. They compete in two extremely arduous high school championships.

(Source: ANN)

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Chihayafuru

Alternative Titles
English: Chihayafuru
Synonyms: Chihayafull
Japanese: ちはやふる 

Information
Type: TV
Episodes: 25
Aired: Oct 5, 2011 to Mar 28, 2012
Studios: Madhouse
Genres: Drama, Game, Josei, Slice of Life, Sports
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
MAL: Chihayafuru

 

Anime Chihayafuru

 

Synopsis
Chihaya Ayase, a strong-willed and tomboyish girl, grows up under the shadow of her older sister. With no dreams of her own, she is contented with her share in life till she meets Arata Wataya. The quiet transfer student in her elementary class introduces her to competitive karuta, a physically and mentally demanding card game inspired by the classic Japanese anthology of Hundred Poets. Captivated by Arata’s passion for the game and inspired by the possibility of becoming the best in Japan, Chihaya quickly falls in love with the world of karuta. Along with the prodigy Arata and her haughty but hard-working friend Taichi Mashima, she joins the local Shiranami Society. The trio spends their idyllic childhood days playing together, until circumstances split them up.

Now in high school, Chihaya has grown into a karuta freak. She aims to establish the Municipal Mizusawa High Competitive Karuta Club, setting her sights on the national championship at Omi Jingu. Reunited with the now indifferent Taichi, Chihaya’s dream of establishing a karuta team is only one step away from becoming true: she must bring together members with a passion for the game that matches her own.

[Written by MAL Rewrite]

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