Captain Tsubasa 5: Hasha no Shogo Campione
Captain Tsubasa 5 (SFC)
Box cover & back cover
Developer(s) Tecmo
Publisher(s) Tecmo
Platform(s) Super Famicom
Release date(s) 1994-12-09
Genre(s) Sports, RPG
Media 1 cartridge
Composer(s) Hiroshi Miyazaki, Chinatsu Okayasu
Captain Tsubasa 5: Hasha no Shogo Campione (キャプテン翼V 覇者の称号カンピオーネ kyaputen tsubasa V hasha no shougou kanpione), translated as Captain Tsubasa V: Campione, Title of the Champion, is the fifth and last installment of the original Captain Tsubasa videogame series developed by Tecmo.


It is a sequel of Captain Tsubasa 4: Pro no Rival Tachi and was released for Nintendo's Super Famicom on 9 December, 1994.

Featured charactersEdit


  • Juan Diaz (ディアス): playmaker and leader of Albicelestes, loosely based on Diego Maradona; Díaz has five different shot techniques and a combination technique with teammate Alan Pascal, the Argentina Combi.


  • Arantes (アランチス): based on football legend Pelé; he plays for Canarinho Stars - the strongest team in the game, which consists of players inspired by classic Brazilian stars: Garrincha, Gilmar, Rivelino or Zico; he does not possess any special techniques, however his individual attributes are extremely high.
  • João Aragones (ジョアン): coach of Campione and former tutor of Roberto Hongo; taught his best players (Nitta, Alcion and Signori) the unique technique - Geijutsu Teki Dribble.
  • Signori (シニョーリ): one of the most important characters in this instalment of the game; arrogant Brazilian midfielder/forward with effective dribble and trademark Axel Spin Shot, Signori plays for Seleção and Parma. Signori featured in the game's manual.


  • Schneider (カール・ハインツ・シュナイダー): world-class forward with total of 8 special techniques, including potent Neofire Shot; Schneider plays for FC Bayern Munich and is one of Tsubasa's greatest rivals.


  • Stratto (ストラット): star player of AC Milan and Italy, known from Captain Tsubasa 4; he is able to beat most of goalkeepers with his powerful Megaton Shot.


  • Kusta (クスタ): arguably the best defender in the game, he plays for Malaysia and Campione; hard to beat due to his special defensive techniques: block, charge and tackle.


  • Furia (フーリア): skilful midfielder of AC Milan, inspired by Dutch Ballon d'Or winner Ruud Gullit.
  • Van Berg (ファン・ベルグ): based on Marco van Basten; possess very good shot technique and heading ability; despite his great skills, he is only substitute at Milan. At the time of the release of the game, Van Basten was seriously injured, which resulted in his early retirement.


  • Kanu (カヌー): player with decent technique, based on Nwankwo Kanu from 1993 FIFA U-17 World Championship winning team; characters resembling other members of that squad: Wilson Oruma and Celestine Babayaro are also present in the game.


External linksEdit

Captain Tsubasa video games
Nintendo games
Captain Tsubasa (Famicom)Tecmo Cup Soccer Game (NES)Captain Tsubasa 2: Super Striker (Famicom)Famicom Jump: Hero Retsuden (Famicom)Captain Tsubasa 3: Kotei no Chosen (SFC)Captain Tsubasa 4: Pro no Rival Tachi (SFC)Captain Tsubasa 5: Hasha no Shogo Campione (SFC)Captain Tsubasa J: The Way to World Youth (SFC)Captain Tsubasa J: Zenkoku Seiha Heno Chosen (GB)Captain Tsubasa VS (GB)Captain Tsubasa: Eiko no Kiseki (GBA)Captain Tsubasa: Ogon Sedai no Chosen (NGC)Jump Ultimate Stars (NDS)
Sony games
Captain Tsubasa J: Get in the Tomorrow (PSX)Captain Tsubasa: Aratanaru Densetsu Josho (PSX)Captain Tsubasa (PS2)
Sega games
Captain Tsubasa (MCD)Tecmo Cup Football Game (SMD)
Mobile games
Captain Tsubasa Mini-game (Mobile)Captain Tsubasa: Golden-23 - Asia Gekito Hen (Mobile)Captain Tsubasa: Nankatsu vs. Toho (Mobile)Captain Tsubasa - Tsukurou Dream Team (Mobile)Captain Tsubasa - Tatakae Dream Team (Mobile)
PC games
Captain Tsubasa: Jikkyo Typing (PC)
Captain Tsubasa - Tsukurou Dream Team (NND/Yahoo!Mobage)