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Captain Tsubasa: Asu ni Mukatte Hashire!
Captain Tsubasa: Run towards tomorrow!
Captain Tsubasa Asu ni Mukatte Hashire! VHS
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Film
Chief director Hideto Kojima
Producer(s) Hyota Ezu
Masao Kodaira
Scenario Shoichi Okane
Yoshiyuki Suga
Music Hiromoto Tobisawa
Studio Group TAC
Released 1986-03-15
Runtime 35 mins.

Captain Tsubasa: Asu ni Mukatte Hashire! (キャプテン翼 明日に向って走れ!), translated as Captain Tsubasa: Run towards tomorrow, is the third film based on the original TV series. It was originally released on 1986-03-15.

The plot continues the match between Toho junior vs. Nankatsu junior in their success in both being champions of the 16th National middle school tournament. Then, in the Shizuoka train station, all the Nankatsu gang says goodbyes with the managers to get to Tokyo's training camp, where they meet the rest of the selected members from Toho, Furano, Hirado, Hanawa, Otomo, and other exceptional members such as Genzo Wakabayashi and Taro Misaki (who joins in later).

When the squad is reunited, now All Japan Jr. Youth beings the training camp sessions, where they also recalling flashbacks of previous matches among the members as seen during the TV series.

Squad Edit

There were two teams who belonged to the training camp for All Japan Jr. Youth.

Team beige Edit

Goalkeepers Defenders Midfielders Forwards
1 Ken Wakashimazu
 ?? Yuzo Morisaki[1]
2 Shingo Takasugi
3 Ryo Ishizaki
4 Kazumasa Oda
6 Hikaru Matsuyama
8 Makoto Soda
5 Mamoru Izawa
7 Hajime Taki
10 Tsubasa Ozora Captain
11 Taro Misaki[2]
6 Teppei Kisugi
12 Kazuki Sorimachi

Team blue Edit

Goalkeepers Defenders Midfielders Forwards
1 Genzo Wakabayashi
 ?? Taichi Nakanishi[1]
2 Hiroshi Imai
3 Tsuneo Takashima
5 Hiroshi Jito
6 Hanji Urabe
4 Takeshi Sawada
7 Kazuo Tachibana
8 Masao Tachibana
9 Shun Nitta
10 Kojiro Hyuga
16 Mitsuru Sano

Trivia Edit

  • Even though this movie is half of its run just a retelling with the scenes of the Kids' Dream Arc, from the beginning of the film this can be considered a direct follow-up of the 1983 TV series just after the end of the Nankatsu vs. Toho finals match.
  • Here, Tsubasa is not playing at his best (he misses two Drive Shot opportunities) but still he does not seemto be as injured as what is shown in both the Manga and the Shin Captain Tsubasa OVA where he had to rest at least a whole month to be able to play, so he missed all training camp sessions in Japan and almost cost him to be benched for the whole of the Germany campaign before the International Jr. Youth Cup (J Boys' Challenge arc).
  • This is the only movie directly connected with the 1983 series as what means the canon part of the manga serialization.

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Notes Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Substitute keeper
  2. Substitute midfielder