List of Captain Tsubasa characters

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This is a list of characters who appear in anime, videogames and manga of Captain Tsubasa. Due to differences between anime, manga, and games of Captain Tsubasa, some characters appear only in one series.

A[edit]

  • Aguileira Uruguay
  • Tomeya Akai (赤井 止也) Japan
  • Alberto Brazil
  • Álvez Mexico
  • Amaral Brazil
  • Dominic Amoro France
  • Shingo Aoi (葵 新伍) Japan
  • Argos Spain
  • Willem Arminius Netherlands
  • Alcion Netherlands

B[edit]

  • Babayaro Nigeria
  • Batín Argentina
  • Belayev Soviet Union
  • Bobang Nigeria
  • Brolin Sweden
  • Singprasert Bunnark / บุนนาค สิงห์ประเสริฐ Thailand

C[edit]

  • Caggiale Argentina
  • Camacho Cameroon
  • Theodor Capelloman Germany
  • Carnevale Italy
  • In-Cheon Cha South Korea
  • Chalana Portugal
  • Christiansen Denmark
  • Arthur Antines Coimbra Brazil
  • Harry Conwell Australia
  • Bryan Cruyfford Netherlands

D[edit]

  • Da Silva Uruguay
  • Juan Díaz Argentina
  • Leon Dick Netherlands
  • Dirceu Brazil
  • Dino Italy
  • Hans Dolman Netherlands
  • Doutor Brazil
  • Mark Duviga Australia
  • Dżajić Poland

E[edit]

  • Eduardo Brazil
  • Eduardo Hernández Mexico
  • Ricardo Espadas Mexico

F[edit]

  • Facchetti Italy
  • Federicks Sweden
  • Freiheit Germany
  • Kōtarō Furukawa (古川 洸太郎) Japan

G[edit]

  • Gabriel Galván Argentina
  • García Mexico
  • Salvatore Gentile Italy
  • Elzo Gertise Brazil
  • Getulio Brazil
  • Giascinto Italy
  • Gil Portugal
  • Shunjin Gō China
  • Gogón Argentina
  • Gulia Netherlands

H[edit]

  • Haas Denmark
  • Heffner Germany
  • Gino Hernandez Italy
  • Shō Hi China
  • Ryōma Hino (火野 竜馬) Japan & Uruguay
  • Minoru Honma (本間 実) Japan
  • Kojirou Hyuga[1] (日向 小次郎) Japan – voiced by Hirotaka Suzuoki; by Rica Matsumoto (young) and Takehito Koyasu (adult) in Captain Tsubasa: Road to 2002.

I[edit]

  • Isamu Ichijou (一条 勇) Japan
  • Akira Ichinose (一ノ瀬 明) Japan
  • Tamotsu Ide (井手 保) Japan
  • Gakuto Igawa (井川 岳人) Japan
  • Hayato Igawa (井川 隼人) Japan
  • Tetsuo Ishida (石田 鉄男) Japan
  • Ryo Ishizaki (石崎 了) Japan
  • Islas Netherlands
  • Kenichi Iwami (岩見 兼一) Japan
  • Mamoru Izawa (井沢 守) Japan

J[edit]

  • Jack United States
  • Jairo Brazil
  • Hiroshi Jito (次藤 洋) Japan

K[edit]

  • Hermann Kaltz Germany
  • Masanori Katou (加藤 正則) Japan
  • Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi Japan
  • Shinnosuke Kazami (風見 信之介) Japan
  • Kazu Japan
  • Geirt Keizer Netherlands
  • Hideto Koike (小池 秀人) Japan
  • Chana Konsawatt / ชนะ กรสวัสดิ์ Thailand
  • Faran Konsawatt / ฟ้าลั่น กรสวัสดิ์ Thailand
  • Sakkun Konsawatt / สกุล กรสวัสดิ์ Thailand
  • Kim South Korea
  • Takeshi Kishida (岸田 猛) Japan
  • Teppei Kisugi (来生 哲兵) Japan
  • Ruud Klisman Netherlands
  • Kusta Malaysia

L[edit]

  • Lampion Italy
  • Larsson Sweden
  • Lashin Soviet Union
  • Stefan Levin Sweden
  • Li Bankun China
  • Li Hanne China
  • Libuta Netherlands
  • Leo Brazil
  • López Spain
  • López Uruguay
  • López Mexico
  • Lorimer England
  • Lu China
  • Sylvester Luke United States

M[edit]

  • Macher Poland
  • Mancini Italy
  • Mark Owairan (مارك العويران)Saudi Arabia
  • Manfred Margus Germany
  • Hikaru Matsuyama (松山 光) Japan
  • Matteo Italy
  • Mauricio Brazil
  • Claudio Meão Brazil
  • Metzer Germany
  • Mihael United States
  • Milutivić Colombia
  • Tarō Misaki (岬 太郎) Japan
  • Jun Misugi (三杉 淳) Japan
  • Yūzō Morisaki (森崎 有三) Japan
  • Deuter Müller Germany

N[edit]

  • Hiroshi Nagano (長野 博) Japan
  • Taichi Nakanishi (中西 太一) Japan
  • Masato Nakazato (中里 正人) Japan
  • Sanae Nakazawa (中沢 早苗) Japan
  • Masao Nakayama (中山 政男) Japan
  • Louis Napoléon France
  • Nascimento Brazil
  • Natureza Brazil
  • Neeskens Netherlands
  • Nei Brazil
  • Nelson Bebeto Brazil
  • Kouji Nishio (西尾 浩司) Japan
  • Shun Nitta (新田 瞬) Japan

O[edit]

  • Chūmei Ō China
  • J. J. Ochado Nigeria
  • Kazumasa Oda (小田 和正) Japan
  • Tsuyoshi Oda (小田 強) Japan
  • Toshiya Okano (岡野 俊也) Japan
  • Manabu Ookawa (大川 学) Japan
  • Oliveira Brazil
  • Tsubasa Oozora[1] (大空 翼) Japan – voiced by Youko Ogai (young), Nozomu Sasaki (adult), later replaced by Kikuko Inoue (youth) and Tomokazu Seki (adult) in Captain Tsubasa: Road to 2002.

P[edit]

  • Alan Pascal Argentina
  • Elle-Sid Pierre France
  • Jean-Pierre Pipin France
  • Povlsen Germany
  • Pepe Brazil

Q[edit]

  • Qual Netherlands

R[edit]

  • Ramcane Belgium
  • Renato
  • Fernando Cosas "Rivaul" Dutra Brazil
  • Riberi Italy
  • Riberio Brazil
  • Robson England
  • Rossi Italy

S[edit]

  • Salenlo Uzbekistan
  • Salinas Brazil
  • Salvatore Uruguay
  • Yūji Sakaki (板本 優二) Japan
  • Shinji Sanada (真田 信次) Japan
  • Mitsuru Sano (佐野 満) Japan
  • Santamaria Brazil
  • Carlos Santana Brazil
  • Kenta Sasaki (佐々木 健太) Japan
  • Satrústegui Argentina
  • Savičević
  • Takeshi Sawada (沢田 タケシ) Japan
  • Franz Schester Germany
  • Karl-Heinz Schneider Germany
  • Schumach Denmark
  • Sha South Korea
  • Tim Shooker Australia
  • Shunko Shō China
  • Signori Brazil
  • Makoto Sōda (早田 誠) Japan
  • Yūji Soga (曽我 佑二) Japan
  • Kazuki Sorimachi (反町 一樹) Japan
  • Stratto Italy
  • Suárez Mexico
  • Takashi Sugimoto (杉本 高史) Japan

T[edit]

  • Kazuo Tachibana (立花 和夫) Japan
  • Masao Tachibana (立花 政夫) Japan
  • Shingo Takasugi (高杉 真吾) Japan
  • Kazuto Takei (武井 和人) Japan
  • Hajime Taki (滝 一) Japan
  • Toninho Brazil
  • Tolavert Paraguay
  • Fercio Torres Spain

U[edit]

  • Hanji Urabe (浦邊 反次) Japan

V[edit]

  • Van Berg Netherlands
  • Ramon Victorino Uruguay
  • Vulcan (فولكان) Saudi Arabia

W[edit]

  • Genzou Wakabayashi[1] (若林 源三) Japan – in the anime adaptations, voiced by Kōichi Hashimoto in the original series, movies, OVAs and Captain Tsubasa J and is later replaced by Kenichi Suzumura in the Road to 2002 series.
  • Ken Wakashimazu (若島津 健) Japan – in the anime adaptations, voiced by Nobuo Tobita in the original series and the OVAs; by Tomokazu Seki (young) and Daiki Nakamura (adult) in Captain Tsubasa J. And by Kentarou Itou in the Road To 2002 series.

X[edit]

  • Xavii Spain

Y[edit]

  • Michel Yamada (ミシェル 山田) Japan
  • Nobuyuki Yumikura (弓倉 宣之) Japan

Z[edit]

  • Zagallo Brazil
  • Zangiev Uzbekistan
  • Zaragoza Mexico

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Captain Tsubasa: Revenge Match." Animax India. March 15, 2007. Retrieved on July 23, 2009.