Blue Lock Season 2: Everything We Know So Far

This is a live article and it will be updated as new details come our way. This is what we know so far about Blue Lock Season 2.

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The journey of Blue Lock's talented soccer players has come to a temporary pause as the first season has ended. The anime, which left us on the edge of our seats with every match, concluded with Isagi and his teammates facing off against the International Five. However, the season finale brought about an exciting revelation — Blue Lock will be back for a second season, and there is also a spin-off movie in the works. Lets' get into all the details.

When Will Blue Lock Season 2 Be Released?

Renewal Status: Confirmed

Release Date: Not Yet Confirmed

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The debut season, spanning from October 2022 to March 2023, adapted 11 volumes of the captivating manga. Given the current release of 24 volumes, there's enough material for the producers to craft another electrifying season. Although the confirmation of season two has sparked excitement, a release date remains under wraps. A conservative estimate points towards a possible premiere in the fall of 2024.

What Information Do We Have On Blue Lock's Spin-off Movie?

Before season two arrives, fans can look forward to "Blue Lock: Episode Nagi," set to grace theaters in Japan in spring 2024. Centering on Seishiro Nagi's transformation from a disinterested youth to a soccer dynamo, the film promises to delve deeper into his character and rivalry with Isagi.


Who Will Be In The Cast of Blue Lock Season 2?

The forthcoming season is expected to welcome back its stellar voice cast:

- Yoichi Isagi: Voiced by Kazuki Ura (Japanese) and Ricco Fajardo (English)

- Meguru Bachira: Voiced by Kaito Tasuku (Japanese) and Drew Breedlove (English)

- Jinpachi Ego: Voiced by Hiroshi Kamiya (Japanese) and Derick Snow (English)

- ...and many more returning talents!

What Is The Plot Of Blue Lock Season 2?

The second season is poised to pick up where the first left off, likely adapting volumes 12-23 of the manga. Without revealing too much, expect the story to escalate as the top 35 players face off to secure their places on the ultimate team of eleven, leading to an intense showdown with Japan's national Under 20 team. Beyond that, a global tournament awaits, orchestrated by the enigmatic Ego to challenge the players like never before.