Blue Lock Season 2 Confirmed To Begin Airing In October 2024!

Original author Yusuke Nomura drew a special illustration commemorating the announcement!

Blue Lock © Muneyuki Kaneshiro, Yusuke Nomura/Kodansha Ltd.

The official Twitter handle of Blue Lock announced, on May 6, 2024, that the much-anticipated season 2 will finally start broadcasting in October 2024! The exact release date hasn’t been announced yet so, stay tuned for that!

Original author Yusuke Nomura drew a special illustration commemorating the announcement!

◤ Second TV animation season
Starts airing in October 2024! ◢

“A surprise illustration has arrived from the author to celebrate the announcement of the second season’s broadcast date! While you’re still excited about the movie -Episode Nagi-, please look forward to season 2!!”

Blue Lock—Episode Nagi—continues to perform well in the Japanese Box Office, ranking #2 in its opening weekend by bagging 463 million Yen ($2.99 million) in just 3 days! The film is scheduled to hit North American theatres on June 28!

About Blue Lock:

Blue Lock is a Football manga series written by Muneyuki Kaneshiro and illustrated by Yusuke Nomura. It has been serialized in Kodansha’s Weekly Shōnen Magazine since August 2018, with its chapters collected in 28 tankōbon volumes as of March 2024.

In October 2022 to March 2023, an anime television series adaptation created by Eight Bit was broadcasted. A forthcoming anime film adaptation, derived from the Episode Nagi manga, is scheduled to make its debut in April 2024. The confirmation of a second season has been made as well.

Crunchyroll describes the overall plot of Blue Lock as follows:

Japan’s desire for World Cup glory leads the Japanese Football Association to launch a new rigorous training program to find the national team’s next striker. Three hundred high school players are pitted against each other for the position, but only one will come out on top. Who among them will be the striker to usher in a new era of Japanese soccer?

Source: Blue Lock Official Twitter