List of Inazuma Eleven characters

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The following is a list of the characters in the video game and manga/anime series of Inazuma Eleven originally created and owned by the company Level-5.

Mamoru Endō[edit]

Mark Evans (円堂 守 Endou Mamoru?) is the Captain of Inazuma Japan and Raimon Eleven, usually playing as Goalkeeper. Often seen wearing his trademark headband, Mamoru Endou is a soccer-loving, cheerful energetic goalkeeper and captain of the Raimon Junior High Soccer club, the "Raimon Eleven". He never gives up and always thinks of others before himself. Since he was young, he has held great admiration toward his grandfather, Daisuke Endou, and studies the technique-filled notebooks that his grandfather wrote years ago. Because of his positive personality, he manages to bring out the best in other Soccer players, whether they are an ally or foe. His teammates benefit from his mental strength and encouragement and respect him despite his carefree attitude. Endou constantly trains himself in order to face new opponents and increases his stamina by catching a gigantic car tire tied to a tree. Many girls like Aki and Natsumi show some romantic interest in him but he is too naive to understand their feelings. He helps Little Gigant, as Garshield returns with a new team. His special techniques include God Hand which later evolves into Shin God Hand(True God Hand), Nekketsu Punch (Fireball Knuckle) which later evolves into Shin Nekketsu Punch(True Fireball Knuckle) in the match against Team-K, Bakuretsu Punch (Blazing Knuckle), Inazuma Ichigo (Inazuma-1), Inazuma Ichigo Otoshi (Inazuma-1 Drop), Inazuma Break, Tri-Pegasus, The Phoenix, Majin the Hand, Seigi no Tekken (Fist of Justice which is now G5), Megaton Head (which is now G3), Death Zone 2, The Earth with Goenji and Fubuki, Ikari no Tetsui (Hammer of Wrath which is now v2), ljigen the Hand (Outer Dimension The Hand) which evolves into ljigen the Hand Kai (Ijigen the Hand Remastered) which later evolves into Shin Ijigen The Hand (True ljigen The Hand) and later learns God Catch (which is now G5) in the match against Little Gigante. He does Jet Stream with Gouenji and Toramaru, scoring the winning point against Little Giants. In the Inazuma Eleven movie he can use Omega The Hand. He graduates from Raimon after FFI. In Inazuma Eleven GO, which takes place 10 years after the original series' end, he replaces Kudou as the coach of Raimon Eleven in Episode 6 of Inazuma eleven GO. In Episode 18 of Inazuma Eleven Go, it is shown that Natsumi Raimon has become his wife. He has a character song named "Mamotte Miseru!" ("I'll Protect It!") and also has a part in the song "Mata Ne... No Kisetsu" along with Gouenji, Kidou, Kazemaru and Fubuki. He also has two GO character songs, one with Someoka called "Ano Ki no Shita ni Atsumarou!" ("Gather under that tree!"), and another called "Dakara Zettai Daijoubu!".

He is voiced by Junko Takeuchi in the Japanese version, Maria Darling in the UK version and Erik Scott Kimerer in the US version.

Shūya Gōenji[edit]

Axel Blaze (豪炎寺 修也 Gouenji Shuuya?) is a Forward for Raimon and Inazuma Japan. He is the only left-footed character in Inazuma Japan. Gouenji is a quiet, collected and cool ace striker of the team with spikey hair and a cool disposition. At his previous school, Kidokawa Seishuu Junior High (Kirkwood in the English dub), Gōenji was the top Soccer player of his club and took his place in the Football Frontier. His little sister, Yūka (Julia), was unfortunately in a car accident (which was planned for by Gouenji's opposition) while on the way to his big match and was hospitalized soon after. Feeling responsible, he keeps an amulet made by his sister and makes a promise to stop playing soccer until she wakes up. However, when he realizes that his passion for the game still beats in his heart, he changes that promise to becoming the champion of the Soccer Frontier and joins the Raimon Eleven thanks to some persistence by Endou. He becomes close friends with Endou and the team as the story progresses. His special techniques are the Fire Tornado which later evolves into Fire Tornado Kai (Fire Tornado Remastered), Bakunetsu Storm (Fireball Storm), and then Shin Bakunetsu Screw (True Fireball Screw). He also forms a combo technique with Kabeyama called Inazuma Otoshi (Inazuma Drop), one with Endou called Inazuma Ichigo (Inazuma-1) and a combination of the two called the Inazuma Ichigo Otoshi (Inazuma-1 Drop). Additionally, he performs a combination technique with Toramaru called Tiger Storm, another technique with Fubuki Shirō called Cross Fire, and has a 3-man technique with Toramaru and Hiroto called Grand Fire (which is currently G2). He does Jet Stream with Endou and Toramaru, scoring the winning point against Little Gigante. In the Inazuma Eleven movie, he can use Maximum Fire and together with Kidou Prime Legend. He graduates from Raimon after FFI. He saved Matsukaze Tenma from injury some time in between after leaving the team (since he kept on messing up the game against Gemini Storm) and before his return (to fight and eventually win against Epsilon) in the Aliea Academy arc, as revealed in the first episode of Inazuma Eleven GO. He has a character song named "Honoo no Riyuu" ("The Reason for Flames") and also has a part in the song "Mata Ne... No Kisetsu" along with Endou, Kidou, Kazemaru and Fubuki. Unfortunately Ishido Shuuji, the master and current Holy Emperor of Fifth Sector is none other than Gouenji Shūya Himself as revealed in episode 24 by Endou Mamoru, later in the go series he reveals himself to be an intergrue at fifth sector, to protect soccer. In the episode before the last one Gouenji was revealed not as the master of the Fifth Sector but as the normal Gouenji Shuya. In the second season of Inazuma Eleven he helps the Raimon team after Coach Endou gets imprisoned by the Protocol Omega. It is also shown that he has a time bracelet that was given to him by an unknown person going by the name Supporter X.

He is voiced by Hirofumi Nojima in the Japanese version, Ewan Bailey in the UK version and Bryce Papenbrook in the US version.

Yūto Kidō[edit]

Jude Sharp (鬼道 有人 Kidou Yuuto?) is a Midfielder for Raimon and Inazuma Japan. A genius Soccer strategist who wears goggles and a red cape, originally from Teikoku (Royal) Academy Junior High School. As the protégé of Reiji Kageyama, he was forced to win 3 consecutive soccer championships in order to be with his sister again and until then, cuts off all contact with her for 6 years. After a match with the Raimon Eleven to see who will compete in the Football Frontier and seeing Kageyama's wrongdoings, he and the rest of the Teikoku Soccer Team quit. Kidou later joins Endou's team, switching to a new blue cape and becomes the team's valuable strategist. His special technique is the Illusion Ball (later evolved into True Illusion Ball). His Combination techniques are the Inazuma Break with Endou and Gouenji, Koutei Penguin No.2 (Emperor Penguin No.2), Twin Boost (with Ichinose), Death Zone (with Endou and Domon, which later evolved to Death Zone 2), Killer Fields with Fudou and Emperor Penguin No.3 (which is currently G3) with Sakuma and Fudou. Kidou does the hissatsu shoot with Fubuki and Hiroto; called Big Bang. He Graduates from Raimon after FFI. In Inazuma Eleven GO he appears as Royal Academy's Coach with Sakuma as his assistant. Then he is found to be the part of Resistance along with Michiya Kudō. Later on, he joins Endou Mamoru as Raimon Eleven's Trainer. He has a character song named "Hitomi no Naka no Shouri" ("The Victory Within the Eyes") and has a part in the song "Mata Ne... No Kisetsu" along with Endou, Gouenji, Kazemaru and Fubuki. He also a GO character song called "Resistance".

He is voiced by Hiroyuki Yoshino in the Japanese version, Robbie Stevens in the UK version and Lucien Dodge in the US version.

Shirō Fubuki[edit]

Shawn Froste (吹雪 士郎 Fubuki Shirou?) is a Defender and Forward for Hakuren, Raimon Eleven, and Inazuma Japan. Shirou is the captain of Hakuren (Alpine) Junior High School's Soccer club in Hokkaido. He is kind, thoughtful, responsible and lovable. He is talented in skiing, ice skating, snowboarding, soccer and is a bear killer. He is both an excellent defender as well as the team's ace striker. He joins the Raimon Eleven during their visit to Hokkaido in order to defeat Aliea (Alius) Academy. On their way to find new members to defeat Aliea Academy, the Raimon Eleven are shocked that Fubuki Shirou is very popular around girls. Fubuki often uses his looks to charm the girls to reveal any information for the team. Owing to a terrible accident with an avalanche as a child, Fubuki is morbidly afraid of the sound of falling snow as well as the sound of thunder. His parents and little brother Atsuya (Aiden) were unfortunately killed in the avalanche, but saved Fubuki at the last moment by pushing him out of the car. Since the accident, Fubuki developed a split personality of his brother whenever he plays offense during Soccer matches. He wanted to become a perfect Soccer player and believed that he could only do so if he "became" his brother (his father's comments right before the avalanche accident led him to believe this). After defeating Gemini Storm, with the help from Fubuki, who has amazing defensive and shooting abilities, the world is saved, or so they think. They realize Gemini Storm is only a second-rank team, and here comes Epsilon. The first battle with Epsilon was a disaster. They met True Teikoku Academy led by Kageyama Reiji. In that battle with Teikoku, Someoka sustained a foot injury and was forced to leave the team. Someoka leaving the team has effected Fubuki's condition, which has gotten worse. During the second match with Epsilon, they manage to tie the score with Fubuki's Eternal Blizzard. But Fubuki is not satisfied to have only a tie with them. They found out there is still Genesis Team to defeat. During that match, Fubuki has lost his mind and tried to block Hiroto's Ryuusei Blade and ends up getting injured and sent to the hospital. In the hospital, Raimon Eleven found out about Fubuki's terrible incident from his past and that Fubuki has two personalities within himself. He realized that what his father meant was that he could be perfect only if he played alongside his teammates. Soon, he broke free from both his trauma and his twin brother's personality, merging himself and his brother's spirit as one thus growing stronger as well. His special techniques include the Eternal Blizzard (more powerful when Atsuya (Aiden) does), Wolf Legend (Legendary Wolf), Ice Ground (Land Of Ice), and Snow Angel. He performs combination shoots with Gouenji and the others' techniques such as Crossfire with Gouenji (which later evolves into Crossfire Kai (Crossfire Remastered), Thunder Beast with Hijikata, Wyvern Blizzard with Someoka and The Hurricane with Kazemaru. Fubuki does a powerful hissatsu shoot The Earth with Goenji and Endou. Later Fubuki becomes a member of Inazuma Japan for the FFI. Unfortunately, he injures his ankle in the match with Korea's Fire Dragon during the Asia finals. Due to this injury, he is taken off the team. He returns after his injuries are healed to replace the then injured Kurimatsu. He does a new combination technique with Hiroto called The Birth (The Dawn) against Brazil's team the Kingdom. Fubuki does a very powerful hissatsu shoot with Hiroto and Kidou, called Big Bang. Fubuki also does Koutei Penguin No.2 (Emperor pPenguin No.2) with Kidou and Ichinose. He has a character song named "Ice Road" and also has a part in the song "Mata Ne... No Kisetsu" along with Endou, Gouenji, Kidou, and Kazemaru. In GO, he is the coach of the team Hakuren only was under the influence of fifth sector. He went to Endou for help later in episode 25 of GO. Then later on, Shirosaki, who is part of the Fifth Sector, found Fubuki at night on the field alone. He then introduce Yukimura, Fubuki's successor, to be a SEED. Yukimura thought that Fubuki betray him and Hakuren. Fubuki explain that fifth sector separate them apart. In episode 27 GO, Yukimura finally realizes that Fubuki didn't lie. Fubuki and Yukimura shake hands. After that Fubuki told Endou something that made him startled. Fubuki Shirou is voiced by Mamoru Miyano.

Ichirōta Kazemaru[edit]

Nathan Swift (風丸 一郎太 Kazemaru Ichirōta?) is a Defender and Midfielder for Raimon Eleven and Inazuma Japan. Kazemaru is the fastest player on the Raimon Eleven soccer team and has brown eyes and blue hair held back with a ponytail, with long bangs covering side of his face. He also acts as the team's side captain outside the game. Originally a member of the track club team, Kazemaru is convinced by Endou to play on the soccer team for their match against Teikoku. Kazemaru is finally convinced by the promise of fighting a lot of stronger players, as well as Endou's fighting spirit when he bares witness to the goalkeeper's intense training. From their on, Kazemaru becomes a close friend to Endou and a key player for the Raimon soccer team. Later on, during the constant battles against Aliea (Alius) Academy, Kazemaru begins to doubt himself and gains a thirst for power to defeat Raimon's strongest opponents. For a brief while, he leaves the team but later resurfaces in "Dark Emporers", or a team that challenges Endou for becoming the top players. The Aliea (Alius) Rock gives him power. It is broken by Endou's God Hand, and he later returns to the team in the FFI arc. His special techniques are the Shippu Dash (Flurry Dash), Bushin Defense (Clone Defense) (with the power of the Alius rock), Dark Phoenix (with the power of Alius rock), Banana Shoot (Hissatsu Tactic), Fuujin no Mai (Dance of the Wind God), Honoo no Kazamidori (Fire Rooster) in combination with Gouenji, Tatsumaki Otoshi (Whirlwind Drop) with Kabeyama and The Hurricane with Fubuki. He Graduates from Raimon after FFI. He has a character song named "Mai Agare!" ("Let It Soar!") and also has a part in the song "Mata Ne... No Kisetsu" along with Endou, Gouenji, Kidou, and Fubuki. He is voiced by Yuka Nishigaki.

Heigorō Kabeyama[edit]

Jack Wallside (壁山 塀吾郎 Kabeyama Heigorō?) is a Defender for the Raimon Eleven and one of the original members of the Soccer club. Despite his shy nature and constantly having to go to the bathroom at crucial moments, Kabeyama cares very much about the Raimon team and strives to become a powerful defender. In tough times, Endou helps Kabeyama overcome his fears, causing him to hold great respect for his captain. In the match against Nosei (Wild) Junior High he and Gouenji perform a move called the Inazuma Otoshi (Inazuma Drop) and a combination of the two called Inazuma Ichigo Otoshi (Inazuma-1 Drop). Later he masters a defensive technique on his own, The Wall. Later on, during a match with Fire Dragon from Korea he creates an upgraded defensive technique called The Mountain and Tatsumaki Otoshi (Whirlwind Drop) with Kazemaru.

He is voiced by Megumi Tano in the Japanese version and Kyle Hebert in the English version.

Ryūgo Someoka[edit]

Kevin Dragonfly (染岡 竜吾 Someoka Ryūgo?) is a Forward for Raimon Eleven. Because of this pride he holds, Someoka has trouble getting along with Gouenji and Fubuki, who later both join the Raimon Eleven as his fellow ace strikers. Thanks to Endou's words of support, Someoka eventually learns to accept the other newcomers to the team and even develops some combination techniques with him, but hurts his leg and is removed. He resurfaces in Dark Emperors, and Fubuki helps him realize who he was, as well as Endou's God Hand. He later returns in the FFI arc. His special techniques are the Dragon Crash, Wyvern Crash and the Dragon Slayer, and his combination techniques are Dragon Tornado with Gouenji and Wyvern Blizzard with Fubuki, which he suffers an injury from while developing and is forced to leave the team behind for a short while. He Graduates from Raimon after FFI. In GO he is seen as the coach of an Italian pro-team. He is the master of Nishiki Ryouma. He returns from Italy to watch the match of Raimon against Kidokawa in Episode 30.

He is voiced by Yasuyuki Kase in the Japanese version, Nigel Pilkington in the UK version and Kyle Hebert in the US version.

Asuka Domon[edit]

Bobby Shearer (土門 飛鳥 Domon Asuka?) is a Defender for Teikoku Academy and Raimon Eleven. Domon is a tall, lanky player who grew up in America as a child with his friends Aki and Ichinose. He stopped playing Soccer early on due to a car accident with Ichinose, but picked up the game again after moving to Japan as a teenager. Originally, Domon works as a spy for Teikoku Academy under orders from Kageyama to keep tabs on the up-and-coming Raimon Eleven soccer team. After an incident with the team's first coach being revealed as a spy, Domon comes clean and is quick to leave, but Endou defends him and keeps Domon on the Raimon Eleven from there on out. Eventually, Domon takes his leave and comes home to America where he joins the national soccer team "The Unicorn" alongside Ichinose. His special techniques are the Killer Slide (which later evolves into Shin Killer Slide (True Killer Slide)) and Volcano Cut, while his combination techniques are, Death Zone, Death Zone 2 both with Endou and Kidou, Tri-Pegasus, The Phoenix both with Endou and Ichinose and The Icarus with Mark in the FFI arc. He is voiced by Jun Konno.

Kazuya Ichinose[edit]

Erik Eagle (一之瀬 一哉 Ichinose Kazuya?) is a Midfielder. He is a Japanese-American who grew up in the US with his childhood friends Domon, Aki and Nishigaki. As a grade-schooler, Ichinose was already a well-known soccer player until the day of a horrible car accident that hospitalized him for several years. Aki and Domon later moved to Japan under the impression that Ichinose had died, but through rehabilitation treatment, he was healed and went to Japan to visit his old friends. On his first day there, he plays against the Raimon Eleven and is soon invited by Endou to join their team for the Football Frontier matches. Later on, after the defeat of Aliea (Alius) Academy, Ichinose moves back to America and joins the national team "The Unicorn" alongside Domon. He enters the Football Frontier International and finally gets to play his desired match against Endou and his team. However, during the match, Endou and Aki learn that Ichinose must soon receive another surgery procedure because of his injuries from the car accident years ago still affecting his body. Afterward, Ichinose is forced to fly back to America and get treatment. His special techniques include the Spinning Shot, Spiral Shot, Pegasus Shot and Flame Dance(which later evovles into Flame Dance Kai (Remastered) and then Shin (True) Flame Dance). His combination techniques are the Tri-Pegasus with Endou and Domon which later evolves into The Phoenix, Twin Boost with Kidou and later shares the move Gran Fenrir with Dylan and Mark. He is voiced by Yūki Kaji.

Jin Kageno[edit]

Jin Kageno (影野 仁 Kageno Jin?), known as Jim Wraith in the English dub, is a Defender. Kageno is a tall, dark and soft-spoken boy who joins the Raimon Eleven when Endou is out looking for new players. His reasons for joining were to "prove his existence" to people through joining an after-school activity. He has a strange aura surrounding him and a deep, echoing voice that disturbs even his teammates. Kageno turns out to be a valuable asset to the team, especially when developing special techniques, including his help lent to Kazemaru and Gouenji while mastering the Honoo no Kazamidori (Fire Rooster). His individual techniques include Coil Turn and he does a technique with Sugimori from Brainwashing Academy called Dual Smash (with the power of Alius rock). He graduates from Raimon after FFI. He is voiced by Yuichi Nakamura.

Ayumu "Shōrin" Shōrinji[edit]

Ayumu "Shōrin" Shōrinji (少林寺 歩 Shōrinji Ayumu?), known as Tim "Timmy" Saunders in the dub, is a Midfielder. One of Endou's teammates from the original Raimon Eleven and one of the shortest out of the team. He practices Shaolin Kung-Fu and incorporates his martial arts and agility into his soccer moves. His special techniques are Kung Fu Header, Whirlwind Twister and Shooting Star with the assistance of Shishido. He is voiced by Masako Jō.

Shin'ichi Handa[edit]

Shin'ichi Handa (半田 真一 Handa Shin'ichi?), known as Steve Grim in the English dub, is a Midfielder. Another of Endou's teammates from the members of the soccer club, acting as a horrible striker depending on what the situation calls for. He is the most "plain" of the group, usually having the least to say during the story, but is always ready for a match. His original techniques are Rolling Kick and he also does Revolution V with Max (with the power of the Aliea Meteorite). He graduates from Raimon after FFI.

He is voiced by Hiro Shimono and Lucien Dodge in the English version.

Sakichi Shishido[edit]

Sakichi Shishido (宍戸 佐吉 Shishido Sakichi?), known as Sam Kincaid in the English dub, is a Midfielder. Shishido is another one of Endou's teammates from the original Raimon soccer club. He has a large, red afro and lots of spirit. Shishido is versatile when it comes to playing soccer and often does little of everything. His special technique is called Grenade Shot.

He is voiced by Tōru Nara and Lucien Dodge in the English version.

Kūsuke "Max" Matsuno[edit]

Kūsuke "Max" Matsuno (松野 空介 Matsuno Kūsuke?), known as Maxwell "Max" Carson in the English dub, is a Midfielder. Max is a boy who attends Raimon Junior High and meets Endou while looking for new members to join the soccer club. He claims to join the team at first merely as a way to "cure his boredom" but turns out to enjoy the sport and stays with the team all the way to the Football Frontier. He's never seen without his trademark striped plush hat with cat ears. His individual special moves are: Cross Drive and Quick Draw. He also knew a combination move together with Handa called Revolution V (with the power of the Aliea meteorite). He graduates from Raimon after FFI. He is voiced by Yūki Kodaira.

Teppei Kurimatsu[edit]

Teppei Kurimatsu (栗松 鉄平 Kurimatsu Teppei?), known as Tod Ironside in the English dub, is a Defender. Kurimatsu is another one of the original members of the Raimon soccer club, a short, buck-toothed boy with a speech quirk, often saying "deyansu" ("actually") in every sentence. Though often one with a negative attitude and a shaky disposition, Kurimatsu is a skilled soccer player and has remained with the Raimon Eleven for quite a while. His special techniques are Dash Accelerator, Monkey Turn and Maboroshi Dribble (Deceptor Dribble). Together with Shishido and Kazemaru he had a combination move called Triple Boost in the Dark Emperors team. He becomes the new captain of Raimon junior high in the end after the graduation of Endou, Goenji, Kidou and others. He is voiced by Miho Hino.

Kakeru Megane[edit]

Kakeru Megane (目金 欠流 Megane Kakeru?), known as William "Willy" Glass in the English dub, is a Forward and Manager. He also has a move called Glass Crash were Someoka uses Dragon Crash and then he headers it into the goal, he named it after his glasses cracked. Megane is a bespectacled pretentious boy who attends Raimon Junior High and offers to join the soccer club by Endou's request, but only in the event of them needing one last member, so he feels he can be the "hero" that saves the day at the last second. During the match against Teikoku Academy, he shows his true colors and runs off in the middle of the game and abandons his uniform, but allows for Gouenji to take his place and pull Raimon out of the fire. With Gouenji officially on board, Megane joins the team permanently and plays alongside Raimon for quite a while. His running joke throughout the series becomes the self-appointed name-giver of the Raimon Eleven, giving cool titles to all of the player's special techniques. Later, during the Football Frontier International, he becomes a manager alongside Aki, Otonashi and Fuyuka. Funnily enough, he also has a younger, sportier twin brother named Kazuto who, while better at sports than him, is very emotional. He graduates from Raimon after FFI. He is voiced by Nanae Katō.

Keita Kakuma[edit]

Keita Kakuma (角馬 圭太 Kakuma Keita?), known as Chester Horse Jr. in the English dub, is a Commentator. A student at Raimon Junior High originally from the Shogi Club who became the commentator for the Soccer Club ever since the exhibition match between Teikoku and Raimon. Kakuma also has a habit of appearing randomly anywhere before a match starts, claiming he is such a big fan of the Raimon Eleven that he go anywhere to commentate on their matches. His father is a commentator for the Football Frontier and the Football Frontier International Asian Preliminaries. He is voiced by Kiyotaka Furushima.

Aki Kino[edit]

Aki Kino (木野 秋 Kino Aki?), known as Silvia Woods in the English dub, is a Manager. Aki is a young girl from America who moves to Japan and attends Raimon Junior High, where she becomes good friends with the soccer club captain, Mamoru Endou. Since the beginning of the soccer club, Aki acts as the team manager and keeps the boys in order. She's a big supporter of Endou's spirit. It's later revealed that she played soccer as a little girl in the US, but gave up the game after her childhood friend Ichinose was in a horrible car accident. She also meets her other childhood friend, Domon. When Ichinose appears in Japan and joins the Raimon Eleven team, she sees remarkable similarities in both him and Endou. She also has a crush on Endou. In Inazuma Eleven GO she owns and runs an apartment where Tenma lives. It is implied in episode 3 (of Inazuma Eleven GO) that she has been receiving long-distance phone calls from America, possibly from Ichinose. She is the coach of Akizora Challengers (Golden Oldies).

She is voiced by Fumiko Orikasa in the Japanese version, Emma Tate in the UK version and Kira Buckland in the US version.

Haruna Otonashi[edit]

Haruna Otonashi (音無 春奈 Otonashi Haruna?), known as Celia Hills in the English dub, is a Manager. Otonashi is a cute, peppy girl with red-framed glasses and short hair who works for the Raimon Junior High newspaper. After interviewing Endou and Aki for their first big match against Teikoku Academy, Otonashi becomes such a big fan that she enlists herself as a second manager alongside Aki. It's later revealed she is the sister of Teikoku soccer team's captain, Yuuto Kido, but hasn't had any contact with him for 6 years until he resurfaces as Raimon's biggest rival. After the rematch between Raimon and Teikoku, Kidou is freed from Kageyama's influence and Otonashi is reunited with her brother. Later on, she also acts as a motherly figure towards Kogure, relating to his absence of parents from a very young age. She is also kidnapped after she wears a bracelet given to her by Touko. However after her brother rescues her by playing a match and winning she escapes. In Inazuma Eleven GO she is a teacher and assistant to the Raimon Soccer Club. She is soccer advisor for soccer team as well.

She is voiced by Hinako Sasaki in the Japanese version and Maria Darling in the UK version.

Natsumi Raimon[edit]

Natsumi Raimon (雷門 夏未 Raimon Natsumi?), known as Nelly Raimon in the English dub, is a Manager. Natsumi is a beautiful red-haired upper-class girl and the school president of Raimon Junior High. She is the daughter of the School Chairman, Souichiro Raimon and will often "speak for him" while dealing with the principal and vice principal of Raimon Junior High. At first, she seems very much against the Raimon soccer club and is dead-set on disbanding it, often setting challenges for them to overcome with the threat of being shut down if they fail. After a few matches, Natsumi sees major potential in their team and becomes the third manager after Aki and Otonashi. She also develops romantic feelings for Mamoru as the story progresses. Later on it is revealed that she becomes Little Gigant's manager, because she realizes she is no longer needed by Inazuma Japan. However, after a match between Team Garshield and Inazuma Japan, she returns as their manager. In Inazuma Eleven GO Episode 18, it is revealed that she has married Endou.

She is voiced by Sanae Kobayashi in the Japanese version and Jo Wyatt in the UK version.

Fuyuka "Fuyuppe" Kudō[edit]

Fuyuka "Fuyuppe" Kudō (久遠 冬花 Kudō Fuyuka?), known as Camelia Travis in the English dub, is a Manager. A young girl who transfers to Raimon Junior High after the defeat of Aliea (Alius) Academy, by way of her adoptive father, Michiya Kudou. After Natsumi travels overseas, claiming to be studying abroad, Aki and Otonashi had brought Fuyuka into the fold and taught her the ropes of being a manager for the Raimon soccer team. As a little girl, Fuyuka was close friend of Endou's in Elementary school. But her parents were killed in a car accident, leaving Fuyuka as the only survivor and put into a tremendous state of shock. Eventually, the hospital put her under hypno-therapy to wipe her memories clean and place Kudou as her new father. Knowing Endou was a childhood friend of hers, Kudou becomes the new coach of the Inazuma Japan national team and hopes that Endou will bring out the secrets of Fuyuka's past. She later remembers her past and find out she's happy how she is. In Inazuma Eleven Go she is a nurse in a hospital. She is voiced by Haruka Tomatsu.

Seigō Hibiki[edit]

Seigō Hibiki (響木 正剛 Hibiki Seigō?), known as Seymour Hillman in the English dub, is a Coach and Goalkeeper. Hibiki is an old noodle-cooker who runs a ramen shop in Inazuma Town. Previously, he was the goalkeeper of the original Inazuma Eleven and a close friend of Mamoru Endou's grandfather, Daisuke Endou. The first original user of God Hand. After the Raimon Eleven's previous coach, Suguru Fuyukai was revealed to be a spy working for Kageyama to sabotage their rival team, Natsumi fires the fraud and the team becomes in need of a coach for the Football Frontier. Through some persistence by Endou, Hibiki eventually gives in and becomes the Raimon Eleven's go-to coach. Later on, Hibiki hands over the reins to Hitomiko Kira and then Michiya Kudou as his replacements, partially due to his old age, but more so to present new challenges for the Raimon team and better prepare them for fiercer competitions, including the Football Frontier International. Later on in Inazuma Eleven GO he is the boss of The Recistence.

He is voiced by Kinryū Arimoto in the Japanese version, Robbie Stevens in the UK version and Kyle Hebert in the US version.

Hitomiko Kira[edit]

Hitomiko Kira (吉良 瞳子 Kira Hitomiko?), known as Aqualina "Lina" Schiller in the English dub, is a Coach. Hitomiko is a cold, professional woman who takes over as coach for the Raimon Eleven during the attack of Aliea (Alius) Academy, of which she is obsessed with stopping. Her goal is to prevent any further harm by the Aliea (Alius) soccer teams wreaking havoc on Japan, so Coach Hibiki enlists her as his replacement and Hitomiko becomes the head of the Inazuma Caravan. She is incredibly strict and to the point with Endou's team, but the captain seems to understand her feelings and obeys her decisions throughout their travels across the country. It is later revealed that her goal of stopping Aliea (Alius) Academy ties back to her father, who is responsible for the attacks and commander of the Aliea (Alius) teams. She is responsible for making Fubuki fight for battles, even though she knew that Fubuki has to suffer. But than she realize with the team's help that human bonds are stronger. After the defeat of Aliea (Alius) Academy and the players of the teams are freed from her father's influence, Hitomiko vanishes and Hibiki is given back coaching duties for the Raimon Eleven. Later on, Hitomiko is approached by former Aliea (Alius) Academy player Osamu Saginuma, to form a new team that will take over as Japan's representatives in the upcoming Football Frontier International. This newly formed team with Hitomiko as the coach becomes "Neo Japan" ("Neo National"). She is voiced by Junko Kitanishi.

Daisuke Endō[edit]

Daisuke Endō (円堂 大介 Endō Daisuke?), known as David Evans in the English dub, is a supporter and Goalkeeper. Mamoru Endou's Soccer-Superstar grandfather. Years ago, he was a member of the original "Inazuma Eleven" soccer team and then acted as the coach for the Raimon Junior High soccer club. He was thought to have been killed in a car accident set up by his vengeful rival, Reiji Kageyama, but upon inspection of the incident, turns out to have escaped from his life. With his daughter's family in danger of Kageyama's attacks, Endo leaves the country under the guise of being dead, but is discovered to be residing somewhere on Soccer Island where the Football Frontier International is being held. It is later revealed that Garshield was the one who wanted him to die so that he could control the world and controlled Kageyama to kill him. He is voiced by Hiroyuki Yoshino.

Michiya Kudō[edit]

Michiya Kudō (久遠道也 Kudō Michiya?), known as Percival Travis in the English dub, is a Coach. He is the new coach of Inazuma Japan (Inazuma National) from season 3 onwards in the FFI tournament. He put Endou on bench in the march versus Fire Dragon due to him not understanding his responsibilities as a captain. He is mostly strict when it comes to the team but very caring. He is the adoptive father of Ono Fuyuka. He is responsible for guiding Inazuma Japan to victory in the FFI. Ten years later in Inazuma Eleven GO, he is the coach of the Raimon Eleven but forced to resign for going against Fifth Sector. Now-a-days he is the part of Resistance against the Fifth Sector. He is voiced by Touchi Hiroki.

Terumi "Aphrodi" Afuro[edit]

Terumi "Aphrodi" Afuro (亜風炉 照美 Afuro Terumi?), known as Byron Love in the English dub, is a Forward. Aphrodi and the former captain of Zeus Junior High, a team that Raimon Eleven faced in the Soccer Frontier final. At first Aphrodi and his team are shown to be under the control of Kageyama, drinking a tainted water called "God's Aqua" ("Ambrosia") that greatly increases the physical ability of the drinker. Endou's team manages to defeat the Zeus soccer team in the final match and opens Aphrodi's eyes to the truth, breaking him away from Kageyama's control. Later, he joins the Raimon Eleven in their first match against the Diamond Dust, a team of Aliea (Alius) Academy, helping them out a great deal against their strongest opponents, until he suffers a leg injury and is hospitalized until after Aliea (Alius) Academy's defeat. Afterward, he joins the Korean national team "Fire Dragon" and played against Inazuma Japan in the Finals of the Asian Preliminaries. His techniques include God Knows (later evolved to Shin (True) God Knows), Heaven’s Time and God Break. He also has a combination technique with Suzuno and Nagumo called Chaos Break. In Inazuma Eleven Go he appears as the coach of Kidokawa Seishuu (Kirkwood) and a part of fifth sector.

He is voiced by Yūko Sanpei in the Japanese version and Lucien Dodge in the English version.

Tōko Zaizen[edit]

Tōko Zaizen (財前 塔子 Zaizen Tōko?), known as Victoria "Tori" Vanguard in the English dub, is a Defender and Midfielder. Touko is a peppy, pink-haired girl and the daughter of Japan's Prime Minister, Sousuke Zaizen. She's a huge fan of all things including soccer and is captain of the "SP Fixers" (Secret Service) secret agent team. During the threat of Aliea (Alius) Academy, her team is called into investigate the cause. Touko and the Eleven In Black run into the Inazuma Caravan and suspect Endou and his crew of being with the Aliea (Alius) teams. An incredible match takes place and Touko, attracted to Endou's spirit and love of the game, joins the Inazuma Caravan in their efforts to stop Aliea (Alius) Academy's destructive crusade. Her special technique is The Tower (later evolved to V2) and she also does Butterfly Dream (Butterfly Trance) with Rika then later develops a combination technique with Kogure and Tsunami called the Perfect Tower (later evolved to Shin (True) Perfect Tower). She is voiced by Ayahi Takagaki. She later becomes the main protagonist of the movie's spin-off Touko Zaizen's Saves the Day (2009) and Once Upon a Touko Zaizen (2011).

Yūya Kogure[edit]

Yūya Kogure (木暮 夕弥 Kogure Yūya?), known as Scott "Scotty" Banyan in the English dub, is a Defender. Kogure is a short, cheeky troublemaker from Manyuuji (Cloister Divinity) Junior High in Kyoto. He's a talented soccer player, but was often kicked out of the team due to his prankster habits and lack of trust towards his teammates. The Inazuma Caravan visits his school during their travels and the Aliea (Alius) Academy team "Epsilon" threatens to destroy Manyuuji if they can't defeat them. After some interaction with Otonashi and rethinking his attitude, Kogure wishes to join the Raimon team and help them defeat Aliea (Alius) Academy. He stows away on the caravan and becomes a longtime member of the team, using his impressive agility and shoulin kung fu skills during the game. Kogure's most noted technique is Senpuujin (Whirlwind Force) (later evolved to Shin (True)), later does a technique with Touko and Tsunami called The Perfect Tower (later evolved to Shin (True) Perfect Tower). In Inazuma Eleven GO, he appears as the captain of Akizora Challengers (Golden Oldies) comprising adult tennis players. He is voiced by Nami Miyahara.

Rika Urabe[edit]

Rika Urabe (浦部 リカ Urabe Rika?), known as Suzette "Sue" Hartland in the English dub, is a Forward. Rika is dark-skinned, blue-haired sassy girl and the captain of an all-girls Soccer team in Osaka called Osaka Gals (Triple C). She works at an Okonomiyaki restaurant with her mother and first appears when the Raimon Caravan comes to Osaka believing that Aliea (Alius) Academy had a hidden base somewhere in a local amusement park where Rika lives. She, comes across Ichinose and immediately falls head-over-heels for him, claiming him to be her "Darling" husband after he eats her "Lovey-Dovey-Dish" which was just a simple Okonomiyaki that she made. After defeating her team and reclaiming Ichinose, she joined the Inazuma Caravan to help them against their second match with the Aliea (Alius) Academy team, Epsilon. After their match with Epsilon, Rika decides to stay on the team hoping to be with Ichinose. Her techniques include Rose Splash (Bed Of Roses) and Tsutenkaku Shoot (Steeple Shot) and later does a combination technique with Touko called Butterfly Dream (Butterfly Trance). She joins Touko on cheering for the Raimon team during the FFI Asia Preliminaries and eventually comes to visit Soccer Island to see the main tournament. She is voiced by Fujiko Takimoto.

Yūki Tachimukai[edit]

Yūki Tachimukai (立向居 勇気 Tachimukai Yūki?), known as Darren Lachance in the English dub, is a Goalkeeper and Midfielder. Tachimukai is a young boy from Yokato (Fauxshore) Junior High in Fukuoka. Originally a midfielder for his school's soccer team, he eventually switches to being a Goalkeeper due to his admiration and deep respect for Endou. While visiting his school, Tachimukai asks to join the Inazuma Caravan and help them defeat Aliea (Alius) Academy. Like Endou, Tachimukai is a talented goalkeeper and learns many of the same special techniques as his idols, including God Hand and Majin The Hand (both in blue). He later learns an ultimate technique from Endou's notebook called Mugen The Hand which evolves to grade 2, 3 and then 4 all in the same match against The Genesis and to grade 5 during match with Korea, also later develops his own technique, Maou the Hand (Fiend Hand) (Which is now G5). He is voiced by Shinnosuke Tachibana.

Jōsuke Tsunami[edit]

Jōsuke Tsunami (綱海 条介 Tsunami Jōsuke?), known as Hurley Kane in the English dub, is a Defender. Tsunami is a cool, sun-tanned teenager from Okinawa who loves surfing more than anything. While visiting Okinawa, Endou and the team meet Tsunami while he's surfing and saves Megane from drowning after he accidentally went overboard on the boat they were on. They come across Tsunami again while practicing and he decides to join in on the game just for fun. He proves to be an excellent player and shocks the crew when he reveals that he's never played soccer before. While practicing with Endou's team, he creates a special technique and felt a sudden devotion to the sport. He immediately joins the Omihara (Mary Times) Junior High Soccer club to develop his skills even more. Tsunami's team plays a practice match with the Inazuma Caravan team only to be interrupted by Team Epsilon of Aliea (Alius) Academy. He joined the team to help with their match against Team Epsilon and from then on stays with the team to help them defeat Aliea (Alius) Academy. Tsunami's special techniques are Tsunami Boost, The Typhoon (which is now V3) and The Tube (Hissatsu Tactic). He also learns a combination technique with Kogure and Touko called The Perfect Tower (later evolved to Shin (True) Pefect Tower). He is voiced by Shūhei Sakaguchi.

Toramaru Utsunomiya[edit]

Toramaru Utsunomiya (宇都宮 虎丸 Utsunomiya Toramaru?), known as Austin Hobbes in the English dub, is a Midfielder and Forward. Toramaru is an Elementary School student and the best soccer player in his district. Because of his young age, he is exempt from joining the Football Frontier and playing professionally, but later is brought in by Coach Hibiki to join Japan's national team, "Inazuma Japan" (Inazuma National). During the day, Toramaru helps part-time at his sickly mother's restaurant, making deliveries all day long that cut into his Soccer practice. When he's chosen to represent Japan for the Football Frontier International, he becomes a valuable player for Endou and his friends. He especially looks up to Gouenji, and eventually Tobitaka as role models. His special techniques are Gladius Arch (later evolved to Shin (True) Gladius Arch), Tiger Drive and RC Shoot. He does a combination technique with Gouenji called Tiger Storm and another combination technique with both Gouenji and Hiroto called Grand Fire (which is currently G2). He does Jet Stream with Endou and Gouenji, scoring the winning point against Little Gigant. He Joins Raimon Junior High as a Forward after the FFI. In Inazuma Eleven GO, he becomes the assistant of Ishido Shuuji (a.k.a. Goenji Shuuya). He is voiced by Rie Kugimiya.

Raiden Hijikata[edit]

Raiden Hijikata (土方 雷電 Hijikata Raiden?), known as Thor Stoutberg in the dub, is a Defender. A Junior High school student from Okinawa who is also a part of the local soccer club. He takes care of five younger siblings, and because of this, declines Endou's invitation to join Inazuma Caravan. He and Gouenji, who at the time has left the Raimon team, meet at Okinawa and become good friends. Hijikata convinces Gouenji to return to his teammates and eventually joins up with Raimon himself to help them defeat Aliea (Alius) Academy. Later, he is brought into the Inazuma Japan national team, so his siblings are left in the care of his neighbors. Hijikata is a talented defense player, his main technique being the Super Shikofumi (Super Sumo Stomp), Blade Attack and Thunder Beast that later evolves to Thunder Beast Kai (Remastered) in combination with Fubuki. He is voiced by Yakkun Sakurazuka.

Jirō Sakuma[edit]

Jirō Sakuma (佐久間 次郎 Sakuma Jirō?), known as David Samford in the English dub, is a Forward. Sakuma is a member of the original Teikoku (Royal) Academy team and a close friend of Kidou. After Kidou leaves Teikoku and joins Raimon's team, he and Genda are hospitalized during a match with Zeus Junior High and are visited by the mysterious Akio Fudou, who convinces them to join a new soccer team. Bitter against Kidou for leaving his original team, Sakuma accepts Fudou's offer and becomes part of the "Shin Teikoku" ('Royal Academy Redux) soccer team, led by Kageyama. After a heated battle which ends in a tie, Sakuma collapses from overusing the dangerous "Koutei (Emperor) Penguin No.1" technique and is taken to the hospital again. However, before that, he apologizes to Kidou for taking things too far and they make peace, promising to play soccer together again sometime. After getting out of the hospital, Sakuma is invited to the FFI recruitment match and eventually goes to the islands with the rest of Raimon's team to represent Japan. He, Kidou and Fudou are shocked to find Kageyama there, and investigate what their old coach is up to. His techniques are the, Koutei (Emperor) Penguin No.1 a forbidden technique created by Kageyama, and his combination techniques are Death Zone, Koutei (Emperor) Penguin No.2 and Koutei (Emperor) Penguin No.3 (which is now G3) with Kidou and Fudou. In Inazuma Eleven GO he is Royal Academy`s assistant coach with Kidou.

He is voiced by Megumi Tano in the Japanese version, Nigel Pilkington in the UK version and Kyle Hebert in the US version.

Kōjirō Genda[edit]

Kōjirō Genda (源田 幸次郎 Genda Kōjirō?), known as Joseph "Joe" King in the English dub, is a Goalkeeper. Nicknamed "The King of Goalies", Genda is the longtime Goalkeeper of Teikoku Academy's soccer team. During the attacks of Aliea (Alius) Academy, Genda and his teammate Sakuma are invited to become part of Shin Teikoku Academy's (Royal Academy Redux's) soccer team and is brought back under the influence of Kageyama. After the match, Genda is returned to normal and eventually became the goalkeeper for Neo Japan (Neo National), to claim the national team spot for the Football Frontier International. His special techniques are Power Shield Which evolves to Full Power Shield, Beast Fang which is a forbidden technique, Drill Smasher V2 and Shin (True) Infinite Wall.

He is voiced by Yuichi Nakamura in the Japanese version, Nigel Pilkington in the UK version and Kyle Hebert in the US version.

Hiroto Kiyama[edit]

Hiroto Kiyama (基山 ヒロト Kiyama Hiroto?), known as Xavier Foster in the English dub, is a Midfielder and Forward. Hiroto is the captain of Aliea (Alius) Academy's strongest team, Gaia (receiving the title "The Genesis") and reveals himself in secret to Endou. Going under the alien name "Gran (グラン?)" (Xene), he becomes dead-set on crushing the Raimon soccer team. Though he wasn't inherently evil, Hiroto's devotion to his stepfather led him to become corrupt and carry out the orders of destruction under the guise of Aliea (Alius) Academy. After a climactic battle between the Raimon Eleven and The Genesis, Hiroto is freed from his stepfather's influence and returns to a normal life for a brief while. He is invited to join the national team, "Inazuma Japan" and from there on works alongside his former rivals for the Football Frontier Internationals. His signature technique is the Ryuusei Blade (Meteor Blade) and was able to evolve it till V3. He also performs a combination technique with Goenji and Toramaru called Grand Fire (which is currently G2). He does a new combination technique with Fubuki called The Birth (The Dawn) against Brazil's team the Kingdom. Hiroto does the hissatsu shoot with Kidou and Fubuki, called Big Bang and Tenkuu Otoshi (Celestial Smash) against Little Gigants. He has a character song named "Star Line". Hiroto Kiyama was an orphan, later adopted by the Kira family. It is also revealed that Hiroto was not his real name; when he was adopted, his name was changed. Ten years later in Inazuma Eleven GO, he inherits his stepfather's company and changes his surname to Kira. He is voiced by Takahiro Mizushima.

Haruya Nagumo[edit]

Haruya Nagumo (南雲 晴矢 Nagumo Haruya?), known as Claude Beacons in the English dub, is a Forward. Haruya or Burn (バーン?) (Torch) as he is called while working under Aliea (Alius) Academy, is a rebellious and fearless player with fiery red hair. He is the captain and ace striker of the Aliea (Alius) Academy Soccer team "Prominence". He has a strong hatred towards Gran because of their rank differences. Haruya first appeared in Okinawa when the Inazuma Caravan were searching for someone called the "Fire Striker" in which Endou and Kidou thought might be their missing friend Gouenji. He confronts Domon and Fubuki claiming to be the Fire Striker and challenges the team to a match to prove it. After the match, Endou nearly invites Burn to join their team, until Gran interrupts the offer and reveals Burn's true identity. When he and Gazelle (the team captain of "Diamond Dust") heard about Gran's team promotion to be the captain of Aliea's (Alius') strongest team "The Genesis", Gazelle and Burn combine their players forming a new team "The Chaos", hoping to show their leader who's stronger. During the preparation for the Football Frontier International, Haruya and Fūsuke are scouted by Aphrodi to join South Korea's national team, "Fire Dragon". Haruya's main technique is the Atomic Flare, a combo technique with Fūsuke called Fire Blizzard and a technique later with Fūsuke and Aphrodi called Chaos Break. He is voiced by Kiyotaka Furushima.

Fūsuke Suzuno[edit]

Fūsuke Suzuno (涼野 風介 Suzuno Fūsuke?), known as Bryce Whittingale in the English dub, is a Forward. Fūsuke is a calm and arrogant player from Aliea (Alius) Academy and is the team captain and ace striker of "Diamond Dust", going under the name of Gazelle (ガゼル?). He seems to be intrigued by Endou's Soccer-playing skills and challenges him to one match. However, Fūsuke's team fails to score a victory thanks to Aphrodi's assistance to the Inazuma Caravan, and the match ends in a draw. Angered by what considers to be a loss, Gazelle convinces his rival Aliea (Alius) captain Burn to join forces and create a new team, "The Chaos", which challenges the Raimon team but is stopped by Gran's interruption. During the Football Frontier International, Fūsuke is invited to the South Korea team, "Fire Dragon" to compete against Inazuma Japan. His main technique is Northern Impact and later does a combo technique with Haruya called Fire Blizzard as well as a technique with both Haruya and Aphrodi called Chaos Break. In the English dub, his gender was changed from male to female. He is voiced by Fujiko Takimoto.

Ryūji Midorikawa[edit]

Ryūji Midorikawa (緑川 リュウジ Midorikawa Ryūji?), known as Jordan Greenway in the English dub, is a Midfielder and Forward. Midorikawa was once part of Aliea (Alius) Academy's 2nd rank team, "Gemini Storm", going under his alien name, Reize (レーゼ?) (Janus). He leads his team to crush Junior High Schools all across the country by way of destructive Soccer competitions, but is eventually defeated by the Raimon soccer team. After the defeat of Aliea (Alius) Academy, Reize is returned to his original self, Ryūji. He speaks in famous quotes both under the guise of an alien and in his normal personality. He makes the cut to join Inazuma Japan for the Football Frontier International and becomes a longtime player for Endou and company. However he was later dropped out, along with Fubuki, who injured his leg and they were replaced by Someoka and Sakuma. His special techniques are Astro Break and Lightning Accel (Lightning Sprint). He is voiced by Yuki Kodaira.

Osamu Saginuma[edit]

Osamu Saginuma (砂木沼 治 Saginuma Osamu?), known as Dave Quagmire in the English dub, is a Goalkeeper, Forward, and Midfielder. Saginuma, whose alien name is Desarm (デザーム?) (Dvalin), was the captain of Aliea (Alius) Academy's team "Epsilon". He and his team first appeared after the Raimon Eleven defeated Gemini Storm and Desarm, as punishment "exiles" Reize and his team. Desarm make their first stop at Manyūji Junior High school and crush the entire soccer team's players, with the exception of Yūya Kogure. The Raimon Eleven played against Epsilon with Kogure, who was able to steal the ball and make them retreat. Later at Osaka, Desarm and his team tied with Rika Urabe and Raimon Eleven, then Diamond Dust appeared after they were defeated. Soon afterward, in Okinawa, Epsilon reappeared with newly awakened powers and going by the moniker "Epsilon Kai" (Epsilon Prime/Advanced). There, Dezarm reveals his ability as a forward player and manages to break through Endou's newly awakened Fist of Justice technique. However, the victory is short lived as Gouenji emerges and aids the Raimon Eleven in the defeat of Epsilon Remastered. Long after the defeat of Aliea (Alius) Academy, Saginuma, who has now returned to his original self, reappears with a newly formed team called "Neo Japan", led by Coach Hitomiko. He has switched positions again, this time becoming a midfielder. He shows that he has gotten stronger, through training with the other players, who hail from various teams Raimon have faced in the past. They play against Inazuma Japan in order to take their place in the Football Frontier International, but ultimately loses in their match. His techniques are Wormhole, Drill Smasher, Gungnir, Illusion Ball Kai (Remastered), Dash Storm V2 and God Knows Kai (Remastered). He is voiced by Takashi Hikida.

Seiya Tobitaka[edit]

Seiya Tobitaka (飛鷹 征矢 Tobitaka Seiya?), known as Archer Hawkins in the English dub, is a Defender. Tobitaka is a slick punk from Raimon Town who leads a street gang and often gets into fights. He made a name for himself with his powerful kick and is discovered by Hibiki in the woods in the midst of another rumble with a rival gang. Hibiki urges Tobitaka to make "better use of that kick" and begins to teach him how to play Soccer in secret. Tobitaka gets a shot at joining the country's national team, Inazuma Japan and manages to get a spot for himself on the team. Slowly but surely, he develops his skills and even becomes a role model of sorts to the young Toramaru. He's never seen without his trademark hair-comb. His special technique is the Shinkuuma (Vac Attack) and later evolves into Shinkuuma V2 (Vac Attack V2). In Inazuma Eleven GO, he is the cook at Hibiki's Rairaken Restaurant. He is voiced by Nobuya Mine.

Akio Fudō[edit]

Akio Fudō (不動 明王 Fudō Akio?), known as Caleb Stonewall in the English dub, is a Midfielder. He is a player who once as a young boy was told to get stronger and more powerful by his mother. He however, misunderstood it and sided with Kageyama to create Shin Teikoku Academy (Royal Academy Redux). He later joins the good side and now plays in Inazuma Japan. His combination techniques include Killer Fields (Field of Force) with Kidou, and Koutei (Emperor) Penguin No.3 (which is now G3) with Kidou and Sakuma. He was supposed to do Jet Stream with Gouenji and Toramaru, but was replaced by Endou. He is voiced by Yūki Kaji.

Edgar Valtinas[edit]

Edgar Valtinas (エドガー・バルチナス Edogā Baruchinas?)In the English dub Edgar Partinus is a Forward. He is the captain of England's national team Knights of Queen (Queen's Knights). He is sarcastic at times. His moves are Excalibur and Paladin Strike. He is voiced by Tomokazu Sugita.

Teres Torue[edit]

Teres Torue (テレス・トルーエ Teresu Torūe?) known as Tiago Torres in the English dub is a Defender. He's the captain of Argentina's national team The Empire. His main technique is Iron Wall. He is voiced by Junji Majima.

Mark Kruger[edit]

Mark Kruger (マーク・クルーガー Māku Kurūgā?) known as Mark Krueger in the English dub is a Midfielder. He is captain of America's national team Unicorn (Unicorns). He and Dylan are good friends and are never seen without each other. He shares the move Gran Fenrir (Grand Fenrir) with Ichinose and Dylan, Unicorn Boost with Dylan only, and does The Icarus (The Ikaros) with Domon. He is voiced by Yuichi Nakamura.

Dylan Keith[edit]

Dylan Keith (ディラン・キース Diran Kīsu?) known as Dylan Keats in the English dub is a Forward. He's the ace striker of America's national team Unicorn (Unicorns). Dylan is always seen wearing a set of blue glasses that he never takes off and is never seen without Mark. He does a combination technique with Mark called Unicorn Boost and with both Mark and Ichinose called Gran Fenrir (Grand Fenrir). He is voiced by Chihiro Suzuki.

Fidio Aldena[edit]

Fidio Aldena (フィディオ・アルデナ Fidio Arudena?) known as Paolo Bianchi in the English dub, is a Forward. He is the stand-in-captain of Italy's national team Orpheus while their original captain was traveling during the Football Frontier International. When their captain came back in the second half of the match between Italy and Japan in A Group's finals, Fidio was removed from the captain's position and went back to being a forward. He is nicknamed the White Meteor due to his incredible speed. His main technique is Odin Sword, which later evolves into Odin Sword Kai (Odin Sword Remastered) and further evolves into Shin Odin Sword (True Odin Sword) in the same match. He is voiced by Hiro Shimono.

Hidetoshi Nakata[edit]

Hidetoshi Nakata (中田 英寿 Nakata Hidetoshi?), known as Christopher "Chris" Nichols in the English dub, is a Forward. Nicknamed Hide by his fellow players, he is the captain of Italy's national team Orpheus. He returns to his team during the 2nd half of Italy's match with Inazuma Japan and his special technique is the Brave Shot. Hide is based on a real Soccer player from Japan, Hidetoshi Nakata, who is now retired. He is voiced by Hiroshi Tsuchida.

Mac Roniejo[edit]

Mac Roniejo (マック・ロニージョ Makku Ronījo?) known as "Mac Robingo" in the English dub, is a Forward. He is the captain of Brazil's national team The Kingdom, who is influenced by a mysterious project headed by Garshield that turns him into a ruthless soccer player at the sound of a whistle. His family is put in danger by Garshield's evil plans and strives to win the Football Frontier International in order to protect them. His signature technique is the Strike Samba (Samba Strike) (which reached V3). He is voiced by Shuhei Sakaguchi.

Rococo Urupa[edit]

Rococo Urupa (ロココ・ウルパ Rokoko Urupa?) known as Hector Helio in the English dub, is a Goalkeeper. He is the captain of the Cotarl team, Little Gigant (Little Gigantes ). He trains under Endou Daisuke, the grandfather of Endou Mamoru. His moves are God Hand (red version), God Hand X, X Blast (which is now V3) and Tamashii the Hand (Soul Hand) (which evolved into G2). He is voiced by Yuki Kaida.


Sain (セイン Sein?), known as Cress Heavens/Sanctus in the English dub, is a Forward. He is the Captain of Tenkuu no Shito (Apostles from the Sky) team and first appears during a practice match between Inazuma Japan and the Captains of various FFI teams, in order to kidnap Rika. Sein's team of angelic Soccer players believe that the great demon king of Liocott Island must be given a wife in order to soothe his rage, so the Tenkuu no Shito stake Rika as the prize of a match with Endou and his friends. After their defeat, he and Endou come to an understanding, until Desuta brings Sein under his influence and the angel and devil teams become "Dark Angel" ("Dark Angels"). His special techniques are Heaven Drive (Heavenly Drive) and later Shadow Ray, which he shares with Desuta. He is voiced by Yuki Kaida.

Reiji Kageyama[edit]

Reiji Kageyama (影山 零治 Kageyama Reiji?), known as Ray Dark in the English dub, is a main antagonist of the Inazuma Eleven series. Kageyama is a powerful and dangerous man in the Soccer community, being one of the founders of the Football Frontier and a supposed lover of the sport...however, he is truly bitter against everything Soccer stands for. His father, once a great Soccer player himself, died when Kageyama was still a child and devastated him. Since then, he swore vengeance on Soccer and strove to ruin the sport forever with his evil plan, "Project Z". He eventually became the "commander" of Teikoku (Royal) Academy's Soccer team, using Yuuto Kidou as the captain after discovering him at an orphanage. Kageyama's strong and ruthless strategies push Teikoku Academy to the forefront of the Football Frontier, as they win year after year and leave a wake of destruction in their path, ripping apart any school that loses to a match with them. Kidou, who begins to go against Kageyama's ideals, finally turns his back on him during their match with Raimon, to which Kageyama tries to eliminate Teikoku and Raimon at once by way of a horrible accident. After the match, Kageyama leaves Teikoku and becomes the commander of Zeus Junior High's soccer team, finally making use of the dangerous Project Z on Aphrodi and the others. Kageyama disappears after the Football Frontier, but re-emerges as the commander of "Shin Teikoku Academy" (Royal Academy Redux) with Kidou's former teammates pitted against him. He disappears once again, then re-surfaces as the captain of Italy's Team, Orpheus, under the guise of "Mister K" ("Mister D"). He realizes he loves soccer through a little girl, Rushe (Lucia/Lucie), Fidio, and Kidou. He is later murdered by Garshield.

He is voiced by Seiji Sasaki in the Japanese version, Robbie Stevens in the UK version and Kyle Hebert in the US version.

Bayhan Garshield[edit]

Bayhan Garshield (ガルシルド・ベイハン Garushirudo Beihan?) known as Zoolan Rice in the English Dub, is an antagonist in the Inazuma Eleven series. Garshield is a very dangerous man who is trying to take over the world using Soccer. He acts as the coach of Brazil's "The Kingdom" during the Football Frontier International and the true mastermind behind Kageyama's actions, as well as the stager of Daisuke Endou's supposed death. He fools the Brazilian team's fanbase into thinking he's promoting world peace through Soccer, but in fact he's revealed to not even be the true coach of the team at all. He uses Roniejo as the test subject for the RH Program", which hypnotizes him into an unstoppable Soccer player at the sound of a whistle. During the match between Inazuma Japan and The Kingdom, he's arrested by Detective Onigawara of the Japanese police and the true Coach of Brazil's team takes his rightful place. Later, Garshield escapes his arrest thanks to help of his assistant, Henktacker (Phil A. Minion ) and uses a team of his own super-powered Soccer players to attack Liocott Island. Inazuma Japan defeats his team with some help from Daisuke Endou (Endou Mamoru's grandfather) and Natsumi and is arrested by the International Police. He is voiced by Yousuke Akimoto.

Inazuma Eleven GO[edit]