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All Japan Youth
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Japanese 全日本/日本ユース
Nickname J-boys
Captain Tsubasa Ozora
Kojiro Hyuga[1]
Taro Misaki[1]
Hikaru Matsuyama[2]
All Japan Youth (or Japan Youth) is the Japanese national team in the World Youth tournament. These are the best players representing the top schools in the High School National Tournament led by Hyuga. Later on, several other members will be chosen including the Overseas Players Shingo Aoi, Tsubasa Ozora, Genzo Wakabayashi, Akai Tomeya, and returning Hanji Urabe from Real Japan 7 to take part in the International Jr. Youth tournament.

Results Edit

Strengthening matches Edit

Holland Youth SpecialEdit

  • ● All Japan Youth 0 - 6 Netherlands Youth
  • ● All Japan Youth 0 - 7 Netherlands Youth ○
  • ○ All Japan Youth 10 - 1 Netherlands Youth ●

Training campEdit

  • ● All Japan Youth (1st group) 2 - 3 Real Japan 7
  • ● All Japan Youth (2nd group) 0 - 5 Real Japan 7 ○
  • ● All Japan Youth (3rd group) 0 - 6 Real Japan 7 ○

1st Asian preliminaries Edit

Training camp Edit

  • ○ All Japan Youth (Returning players) 10 - 2 Real Japan 7 ●
World Youth Bunko 12

2nd Asian preliminaries Edit

Group stage

Final round

World Youth Edit

Group stage

Final tournament

  • [Quarterfinal] ○ All Japan Youth 0 - 0 Sweden Youth ● (1 - 0 aet)
  • [Semifinal] ○ All Japan Youth 0 - 0 Netherlands Youth ● (1 - 0 aet)
  • [Final] ○ All Japan Youth 2 - 2 Brazil Youth ● (3 - 2 aet)

Colors Edit

Saikyo no Teki: Holland Youth! Edit

  • Home (Holland Youth Special)): White shirt with blue collar, three stripes on shoulders ending with blue hoops on the sleeves, white shorts with three blue stripes and white socks with three blue stripes. The Flag of Japan is the emblem. In the World Youth manga, a version of this uniform (with the three stripes ending on the shoulders and the hoops on the start of the sleeves) was also used by Japan when playing against Real Japan 7.
  • Home (1994 OVA): White shirt with blue collar and two stripes on the sleeves, white shorts with two blue stripes and white socks with two blue stripes. The emblem is the Flag of Japan.

Battle of World Youth Edit

  • Home (Manga): White shirt with blue collar, three blue stripes on the shoulders and three blue diagonal stripes around the sleeves and blue numbers, white shorts with three blue stripes and white socks with three blue stripes
  • Home (1994 Anime): White shirt with azure collar, three azure stripes on the shoulders and three azuree parallelograms around the sleeves and black numbers, white shorts with three azure stripes and white socks with three azure stripes. This uniform is almost similar to the one of the World Youth manga.
  • Away (1994 Anime, Episode 1): Blue collared shirt with white diagonally arranged horizontal stripes and red triangles, white verical stripes and red triangles on the right sleeve and the flag of Japan in the right sleeve and yellow numbers, white shorts and blue socks. This uniform resembles the one worn by Japan between 1993 and 1995 in real life. In the anime is only seen in the first episode, during Tsubasa's dream of winning a match for Japan against Iraq, as well in some scenes.

World Youth Edit

  • Home (Manga): Blue shirt with white collar with red accents, white and red flames on the sleeves and JFA logo on the ches, white shorts with red and blue flames and blue socks with white stripe on top with red accents. This uniform resembles the uniform worn by Japan between 1996 and 1998 in real life.
  • Away (Manga): White shirt with blue collar with red accents, blue and red flames on the sleeves and JFA logo, blue shorts with red and white flames and white socks with blue stripe on top with red accents.
  • Home (2001 Anime): Blue shirt with v-neck, red lines running from the collar to the shoulders, three white stripes on the sleeves and JFA logo, white shorts with three blue stripes and blue socks. This uniform resembles the uniform that Japan wore in the 2002 World Cup in real life.

Squad Edit

Holland Youth Special Edit

Goalkeepers Defenders Midfielders Forwards
1 Ken Wakashimazu
?? Yuzo Morisaki
5 Hiroshi Jito
7 Makoto Soda
12 Hikaru Matsuyama
14 Ryo Ishizaki
?? Shingo Takasugi
2 Masao Tachibana
3 Kazuo Tachibana
8 Mamoru Izawa
10 Tsubasa Ozora Captain
11 Taro Misaki
?? Takeshi Sawada
?? Mitsuru Sano
9 Kojiro Hyuga
18 Shun Nitta
?? Kazuki Sorimachi
?? Teppei Kisugi
?? Hajime Taki

Battle of World Youth Arc Edit

Asian 1st preliminaries

Goalkeepers Defenders Midfielders Forwards
1 Yuzo Morisaki
22 Genzo Wakabayashi
?? Kenta Sasaki
2 Takeshi Kishida
4 Ryo Ishizaki
5 Shingo Takasugi
6 Jun Misugi
?? Masao Nakayama
8 Mamoru Izawa
10 Tsubasa Ozora Captain
12 Hikaru Matsuyama
15 Takeshi Sawada
16 Mitsuru Sano
20 Shingo Aoi
7 Hajime Taki
9 Kazuki Sorimachi
11 Teppei Kisugi
?? Kazumasa Oda
?? Minoru Honma


Asian 2nd preliminaries/World Youth

Goalkeepers Defenders Midfielders Forwards
1 Genzo Wakabayashi
17 Ken Wakashimazu
21 Yuzo Morisaki
4 Ryo Ishizaki
5 Hiroshi Jito
6 Jun Misugi
7 Makoto Soda
14 Shingo Takasugi
22 Takeshi Kishida
23 Tomeya Akai[4]
24 Hanji Urabe[4]
2 Masao Tachibana
3 Kazuo Tachibana
8 Mamoru Izawa
10 Tsubasa Ozora Captain
11 Taro Misaki
12 Hikaru Matsuyama
15 Takeshi Sawada
16 Mitsuru Sano
20 Shingo Aoi
9 Kojiro Hyuga
13 Kazuki Sorimachi
18 Shun Nitta
19 Teppei Kisugi
25 Hajime Taki

GalleryEdit

NotesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Only the captain for the Holland Youth Special
  2. Vice-captain while the magnificent 7 players were suspended by Gamo in order to improve themselve and show their skills once more against Real Japan 7.
  3. The players mentioned in this section weren't chosen legitimately, therefore they aren't consider part of the All Japan Youth during the preliminaries.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Akai and Urabe only join the team before the beginning of the World Youth.