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All Japan Jr. Youth
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Japanese 全日本ジュニア(Jr.)ユース
Nickname J-boys
Captain Kojiro Hyuga[1]
Hikaru Matsuyama[2]
Tsubasa Ozora
Achievement International Jr. Youth Tournament champion

Profile Edit

Tsubasa Jun Taro Genzo - Japan Jr (1989 OVA)
For the International Jr. Youth Tournament held in France, all japanese players who had a great performance in the 16th National middle school tournament from the top Middle school teams who made it up to semifinals or quarter-finals[3] were chosen to join All Japan Jr. Youth training camp. Only 17 out of those 24 players would be chosen to take part in the Europe campaign. Later, with Tsubasa Ozora[4], Taro Misaki[5], Genzo Wakabayashi and Jun Misugi[6] joining, the All Japan Jr. Youth team was formed with 21 players, after the training camp and the (West) Germany friendly matches campaign.

Uniform Edit

  • Tsubasa Drive Shoot (Dream Team)
    Captain Tsubasa Manga:
    • Home colors: white shirt with Japanese flag, royal blue for the collar and royal blue stripes on the sleeves, white shorts and white socks with royal blue stripes.
    • Away colors: blue shirt with Japanese flag, white collar and a white wide stripe on the sleeves, blue shorts with a white wide stripe and blue socks.
  • Home colors: white shirt with Japanese flag, azure collar and azure stripes on the sleeves, white shorts and white socks with azure stripes.

The uniforms worn in the manga and in the OVA are based on the uniforms worn by Japan in 1984 and 1987 (during the Seoul 1988 Olympics qualifier) season.

  • Captain Tsubasa J:
    • Home colors: white shirt with Japanese flag, azure collar and azure stripes on the sleeves, white shorts and white socks with azure stripes and black back number.
      Tsubasa (JBC) away shirt
  • Road to 2002:
    • Tsubasa (JBC) home color
      Home colors: blue shirt with JFA logo, white collar with a red ring, 3 white stripes on the sleeves, and white and red curves from the sleeves to the sides of the shirt, white shorts with blue stripes and blue socks.
    • Away colors: white shirt with JFA logo, blue collar with a red ring, 3 blue stripes on the sleeves, and blue and red curves from the sleeves to the sides of the shirt, blue shorts with white stripes and white socks.

The uniforms in this series are based on the uniforms worn by Japan between 1999 and 2000 (in the 1999 Copa América and the 2000 Asian Cup, for example).

Results Edit

Japan Training camp Edit

Germany Campaign matches Edit

U-16 International Jr. Youth Tournament Edit

Group stage

Final round

Strategy Edit

  • According to assistant coach Jun Misugi, the Japanese core team only properly works if Tsubasa Ozora takes care of the middle field and be Japan's gamemaker, since other players such as Hikaru Matsuyama should be on the defense area (sweeper) and the Tachibana twins and Mitsuru Sano have problems being midfielders since they are used to be forwards. According to Misugi, Matsuyama has a keep ability, persistence, strength and willpower that suits a defender[7].

Squad Edit

Training camp Edit

Goalkeepers Defenders Midfielders Forwards
1 Ken Wakashimazu
21 Yuzo Morisaki
5 Hiroshi Jito
6 Shingo Takasugi
7 Makoto Soda
12 Hikaru Matsuyama[8]
14 Ryo Ishizaki
2 Masao Tachibana
3 Kazuo Tachibana
8 Mamoru Izawa
12 Hikaru Matsuyama Captain[8]
15 Takeshi Sawada
16 Mitsuru Sano
9 Kojiro Hyuga Captain[9]
17 Hajime Taki
18 Shun Nitta
19 Kazuki Sorimachi
20 Teppei Kisugi


U-16 International Jr. Youth Tournament Edit

Goalkeepers Defenders Midfielders Forwards
1 Ken Wakashimazu
21 Yuzo Morisaki
22 Genzo Wakabayashi[10]
5 Hiroshi Jito
6 Shingo Takasugi
7 Makoto Soda
12 Hikaru Matsuyama
14 Ryo Ishizaki
2 Masao Tachibana
3 Kazuo Tachibana
8 Mamoru Izawa
10 Tsubasa Ozora Captain
11 Taro Misaki
15 Takeshi Sawada
16 Mitsuru Sano
24 Jun Misugi
9 Kojiro Hyuga
17 Hajime Taki
18 Shun Nitta
19 Kazuki Sorimachi
20 Teppei Kisugi

Gallery Edit

NotesEdit

  1. Since Tsubasa was injured and couldn't join the training camp, Hyuga became the captain.
  2. Hyuga gave up the captain mark after the loss against Hamburg Jr., therefore Matsuyama became the new captain. He later gave the mark to Tsubasa.
  3. Because of Tsubasa's injury, Nitta, who Tsubasa faced during the Shizuoka prefecture tournament, replaced him.
  4. Since Tsubasa didn't join the training camp, he wasn't considered to be part of the team until after the match against Schester's Bremen Jr., where Tsubasa challenged goalkeeper Gino Hernandez along with the Italian team and successfully defeat them with a Drive Shoot.
  5. Who at the time was living in France with Ichiro Misaki and despite attending a French middle school, he did not want to join any soccer club as he felt his skills and potential was not enough for an International Jr. Youth Tournament. So he decided to accept Katagiri's invitation just after challenging France Jr. Youth captain Elle Sid Pierre and his team and was able to score a goal with the assitance of a then unknown Louis Napoleon.
  6. Before being registered as a player, Misugi only joined the team as an assistant coach and later on accepted the role of a "super substitute" in times of need.
  7. Captain Tsubasa chapter 85: The Start of a New Challenge.
  8. 8.0 8.1 Matsuyama was both registered as midfielder and defender until coach Mikami and Jun Misugi came up with a final squad which would be including Tsubasa Ozora as pivot player and the team's gamemaker.
  9. During the match against Hamburg Jr. Youth.
  10. Wakabayashi was not able to play in the Germany campaign as his Hamburg Jr. Youth contract did not allow it until the U-16 International Jr. Youth Tournament.
  11. These players joined the training camp, but didn't get selected.