‘Shoot! Goal to the Future’ Soccer Anime Unveils Promo Video and New Visual – Up News Info
The official site of Shoot! Goal for the futurethe first new anime based on Tsukasa Ooshimasoccer themed manga Shoot! in 28, began airing the show’s promotional video on Friday. Video extracts Airi MiyakawaThe opening theme song “Aoreido”.
The site also unveiled a new visual for the show.
The anime will premiere in July in Japan, and Crunchyroll will stream the anime in North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East, and the Commonwealth of Independent States.
The show features:
Management Boa Sort and Crunchyroll are credited for planning the anime. Noriyuki Nakamura (Dragon hunter, Itsudatte My Father Christmas!, Save me! Lollipop) directs the anime to MPE squaredwith Jun’ichi Kitamura (Cells in action! Code Black, My wife is the student council president episode director) as an assistant director. Mitsutaka Hirota (Anime-Gataris, Rent a girlfriend, Sweetness & Lightning) is in charge of scripting the series, and Yukiko Akiyama (Black cat, Yumeiro Pastry chef, isuca) designs the characters. Hiroshi Yamamoto is the sound director. Satoshi Dezaki oversees the anime. Musical duet everything at once performs the show’s ending theme song “Rivals”.
The anime’s official website describes the story:
Atsushi Kamiya, former captain of Kakegawa High School and world famous “brave captain” of a famous Italian football team…
And Hideto Tsuji, a student at Kakegawa High School, who doesn’t seem interested in the now weakened soccer team…
Their meeting is the beginning of a new legend…
the original Shoot! manga ran in Kodanshait is Weekly Shōnen Magazine between 1990 and 2003. The manga has over 50 million copies in print. The manga’s story revolves around a boy named Toshihiko Tanaka who convinced his friends to join the soccer team and win the All-Japan High School Championship.
The series inspired Aoki Densetsu Shot tv anime produced by Toei-Animation which debuted in 1993. A sequel short then debuted in 1994.
Sources: Shoot! Goal for the future anime website, Comic Natalie