Singprasert Bunnark
Japanese name シンプラサート・ブンナーク
Nickname(s) Muay Thai Fighter
Nationality Thai
Birthday October 17
Height 182 cm (BWY)
Weight 75 kg (BWY)
Blood type B
Position(s) Defender
First appearance
World Youth Hen (1994) chapter 19 "Start facing the dream!!"
Level Team Number
National U-22 Thailand
Youth National Thailand Youth 4
Club Atletico de Madrid


Singprasert Bunnark is the captain of Thailand Youth. He is a powerful defender and well known for his Muay Thai defending style.

His body is his most dangerous weapon, as he has a tough body and strong kicks of a Muay Thai fighter. Therefore, he is the best when it comes to physical contact. Also, his rough play can smash the opponent's ace.


Battle of World Youth ArcEdit

Bunnark used to be a Muay Thai fighter. However, he changed from Muay Thai to soccer, since he thought the soccer field is wider than the Muay Thai ring, and if he played soccer he could become the best in the world instead of just the best in Thailand. He later became the captain of the Thai youth team.

Some times before the Asian preliminaries, Thailand Youth had a strengthening match with Thailand national team. They proved to be formidable by beating the national team.

Chapter of the Asian Youth Championship

Thailand is in the same group as Japan, Chinese Taipei and Guam. In their first match against Guam, with Bunnark in defense, Guam can't score. That, along with the Konsawatto brothers in attack, Thailand wins 12-0.

They proceed to beat Chinese Taipei with a 2 digits score again, 11-0.

The last match of the 1st preliminaries is against Japan. Against all odds, Japan score the first goal after successfully blocking the Konsawatto brothers' Sepak Takraw Shoot. Bunnark quickly deduces that Japan must have seen the footage of their match against Thailand national team, helping the brothers recover from their shock. Soon, the brothers manage to lure Tsubasa Ozora, allowing Bunnark to do his rough play to take down Tsubasa. Thailand ties in the blink of an eye.

Bunnark attempts to completely smash Tsubasa, therefore he forcefully kicks the ball 2 consecutive times at Tsubasa. Tsubasa dodges the second kick to avoid being knocked out, but Thailand still manages to score the second goal, and the 2 body blows was enough to slow Tsubasa down.

Thailand soon widens the gap to 3-1. Desperate to score, Japan creates a chance for Tsubasa, but once again Bunnark is on his way. Tsubasa kicks a Drive Shoot straight at Bunnark, but the latter manages to repel it just with his abdomen. Both then jumps towards the loose ball, and have a clash in mid air. Even though Bunnark receives a scratch on his head during the clash, it's much worse on Tsubasa's side, as he receives a cerebral concussion and becomes unconscious. With that, Bunnark goes up and scores the fourth goal for Thailand.

As Tsubasa has to leave the pitch, Bunnark goes up again to shoot after Yuzo Morisaki repels the Konsawattos' Great Air Rolling Spike, but the Japanese keeper catches it this time. Just then, Tsubasa returns to the pitch, along with Japan's SGGK, Genzo Wakabayashi. As Thailand is awarded a free kick, Bunnark steps up to be the kicker. They manage to set up a trap by having Bunnark send a high ball inside the penalty area for the Konsawattos instead of shooting, but Wakabayashi foresees it and punches the ball away.

When Thailand's coach Saman figures out that Wakabayashi can't catch the balls because his hands aren't healed, Bunnark does a long shoot. Wakabayashi can only punch it towards the sideline. That, however, allows Shingo Aoi to enter, whose combi play with Tsubasa help them get past Bunnark and score a goal just before the end of the first half.

At the beginning of the second half, Aoi challenges Bunnark for a one-on-one. Bunnark is unable to stop Aoi's Right Angle Feint, however as Aoi's technique isn't completed, the ball is left behind. Nevertheless, Tsubasa takes the ball from Bunnark's clear, and this time Tsubasa is the one doing the one-on-one challenge. He gets past Bunnark with a Santana Turn before scoring with an improvised long Twin Shoot with Aoi.

Later, as Tsubasa has a chance to shoot, Bunnark goes in front of him to block his shot. However, Tsubasa does a backpass for Jun Misugi instead. Misugi does a Drive Shoot, and Bunnark can't jump high enough to stop it. The score is tied, 4-4.

Not wanting the match to end in a draw, when Aoi is shooting, Bunnark blocks it, then send the ball forward to his teammates. Their attack isn't successful, though, and Japan does a counter. Bunnark chases Aoi who has the ball, but the latter tricks him into colliding with his own teammate. The Konsawatto brothers clear the shot, but Japan still gets another chance from the following throw in. The ball is eventually for Aoi again. Bunnark gets in front of him to block the shot, but Aoi scores nevertheless with a Nutmeg Rovesciata.

Bunnark joins the Spanish club Atletico de Madrid afterwards.

Golden-23 ArcEdit

Bunnark is part of U-22 Thailand, fighting to qualify for the Madrid Olympics. They make it to the second round of the Asian preliminaries. Even though they lost to U-22 Japan twice, 0-2 and 0-3, they still keep the second position with 3 wins, 1 draw and 2 losses, thus are qualified for the third round.

Rising Sun ArcEdit

Even though Bunnark and Thailand doesn't make an appearance, here it is revealed that they couldn't make it past the third round of the Asian preliminaries.

Abilities and Special techniques Edit

  • Physical strength: As he is a Muay Thai fighter and has a tough body, he's very strong physically.
  • Muay Thai Defense: Bunnark can use his Muay Thai techniques for rough defensive plays.

Games exclusive Edit

  • Crash Shoot (Get in the Tomorrow)
  • Power Shoot (Get in the Tomorrow)
  • Atomic Shot (Get in the Tomorrow)



  • Even though he's playing for Atletico Madrid in the Liga Espanola, he isn't shown during the match between Atletico and FC Barcelona, the team that Tsubasa plays for. The reason is unknown.
  • His name is Bruno in the Latin American dub, while in the Italian dub, his original name is retained, although he is just referred with his surname.
  • His surname, Bunnark, is a reference to the Bunnag, a XVII-century Siamese aristocratic family.