Blue Lock is a Japanese shōnen manga series written by Muneyuki Kaneshiro and drawn by Yūsuke Nomura. After the Japanese team’s strong showing in the Soccer World Cup, Blue Lock’s popularity has skyrocketed. Blue Lock episode 11 release is just around the corner and here is everything you need to know about it.
This manga began to be published in the Weekly Shōnen Magazine by Kodansha in August 2018 and has been bundled into seven volumes
Episode 10 started with a surprise, and it looks like team z finally caught up with team v as both have scored three goals each, and the score is all square.
It shocked Kuon as he never expected team z to go head-to-head with the strongest team in the building, and he started doubting his decision to betray them.
We also got to see why Kuon betrayed his team and how he changed over the years due to not having teammates with the same desire to succeed.
By seeing all of the team z breaking their limits Nagi awakens and starts dominating the game single-handedly.
After Nagi started playing seriously for the first time, the gap in their skillset was visible, and instead of getting down, team z decided to move a gear up.
The score was now 4-4. Whichever teams score the next goal will win the game, and their dreams of playing to become the most outstanding striker will end.
In the last few minutes, it looked like Nagi was going to score the winner when Isagi makes a crucial intervention and stops the ball from going in.
Blue Lock episode 11 preview images have been released.
Release Date And Time
Blue Lock episode 11 is scheduled to be released on Saturday, December 17, 2022. Crunchyroll will be streaming the anime to North American fans. Muse Asia and Netflix will be streaming the series in selected regions.
Blue Lock episode 11 release time for the international audience is as follows:
- Pacific Time: 9:30 AM PDT
- Central Time: 11:30 AM CDT
- British Time: 5:30 PM GMT
- European Time: 6:30 PM CEST
- Indian Time: 10:00 PM IST
- Eastern Time: 12:30 PM EST
- Philippines Time: 12:30 AM
Where to watch:
The original television network for this anime in Japan is TV Asahi. Its English television network in Southeast Asia is Animax Asia.
Crunchyroll has a license for Blue Lock outside Asia, and the Media link supports this show in South Asia.
Well, the availability of these platforms will depend on your location. So, check out whether it is available for your region or not.