A Japanese manga series called Blue Lock. The series, which focuses on the sports genre and particularly football, is set after the performance of the Japanese soccer team at the 2018 World Cup. The Blue Lock main characters will be discussed in this article, but according to some specific standards. You will receive a list of the top 40 Blue Lock players because we will present a variety of the best players based on the four main positions (goalkeeper, defender, midfielder, and attacker).
In this article, we will introduce the main characters from Blue Lock. The list will include a number of main characters with various affiliations who have appeared in the manga and are set to appear in the anime. You’ll learn about the ages, heights, birthdays, genders, nationalities, and backstories of the Blue Lock characters. It’s going to be a lot of fun, so enjoy.
The characters in question will not be ranked based on their relative quality, but will simply be listed because they are the best in their respective positions across the entire franchise. This was done to avoid confusion because, objectively, evaluating the skills of these characters among themselves is difficult, especially since the manga is still relatively new and the characters will have more time to prove themselves later on. Regardless, it’ll be a lot of fun to read, so have fun.
|Yoichi Isagi||Male||17||Japanese||April 1||175 cm (5′ 9″)|
|Meguru Bachira||Male||17||Japanese||August 8||176 cm (5′ 9¼”)|
|Rensuke Kunigami||Male||17||Japanese||March 11||188 cm (6′ 2″)|
|Hyōma Chigiri||Male||17||French||December 23||177 cm (5′ 9¾”)|
|Rin Itoshi||Male||16||Japanese||September 9||186cm (6′ 1″)|
|Jyūbei Aryū||Male||unknown||Japanese||November 3||195 cm (6′ 4¾”)|
|Seishiro Nagi||Male||16||Japanese||May 6||190 cm (6′ 3″)|
|Gin Gagamaru||Male||18||Japanese||January 2||190 cm (6′ 3″)|
|Anri Teieri||Female||22||Japanese||August 17||Unknown|
|Jinpachi Ego||Male||unknown||Japanese||March 31||Unknown|
|Sae Itoshi||Male||17/18||Japanese||October 10||179 cm (5′ 9”)|
Isagi starts off as a decently tall teenager with ordinary muscle mass, but he bulks up as time goes on. The manga depicts him with short, dark-blue hair, whereas the anime depicts him with black hair. She has a V-shaped fringe of hair that frames her icy blue eyes. At Ichinan High, he was known for his unbuttoned jacket, white undershirt, and striped tie combination.
Ichinan High School’s gymnastics and basketball uniforms are both white with black stripes. Isagi wears the required black and blue striped jumpsuit and tracksuit at Blue Lock. As of the first pick, he was sporting the blue No. 11 jersey and the grey Team Z cleats.
He donned the No. 15 jersey for the white team in the second selection, and during Blue Lock Eleven trials he subsequently moved to the black No. 15 jersey for the A-team. In the Japan U-20 game, Isagi wears an authentic blue-colored Blue Lock player uniform with the number 11, which is quite similar to the one on the front cover but without the Japanese flag.
Bachira is an average-sized young man with a bob hairstyle and an oval face. His official artwork for the first time reveals his piercing golden eyes, and his chin-length black hair is curled with gold at the ends, making him appear almost metallic. Bachira used to play junior football and wear jersey number 8 when his hair was barely ear length.
Bachira donned jersey number eight from Namikaze High, which had an illustrated bird on the chest, during the competition in Chiba Prefecture. Bachira’s uniform at Blue Lock consists of a black bodysuit with grey stripes and a tracksuit. He wore the blue #8 jersey for the Z team in the first round, then the white team’s #16 jersey, which was eventually changed to red, in the second round.
During the third selection, he wore Team A’s black No. 7 jersey, Team C’s white and blue No. 7 jersey, and Team Z’s grey studded cleats. During the game versus Japan U-20s, Bachira wears an official Blue Lock player outfit with the number 8, which resembles the uniforms on the first cover minus the Japan flag.
Kunigami is an extremely moral individual. His profession in football, his training, and his general way of life are all things he may take seriously, but he also understands how to unwind and have fun. When it comes to football, he is regarded cool under pressure but fiery, and he can be extremely reasonable and careful, but he can also be as obstinate as Raichi, with whom he frequently battles.
If Kunigami is there, a troublemaker or someone playing injustice won’t be able to get the better of him. Even though he takes life extremely seriously, he has a tendency to be too humbled and appreciative for compliments. Kunigami’s outlook and behaviour changed once he met Ryusei Shidou.
After seeing that his moral and fair playstyle wasn’t being matched by his more aggressive and instinctual playstyle, he resigned Blue Lock, calling into doubt Shidou’s statements. When he returns to Blue Lock, Kunigami has adopted a new approach to football and is finding it difficult to reassert his dominance on the field. During the shift, Kunigami hardly interacts with Isagi and doesn’t speak to anybody else.
Chigiri had an inflated sense of self-worth from an early age, thanks to his innate strength, prowess, and speed on the football field. He was a modest man who loathed anybody who hindered him or irritated him for even a second. After suffering a cruciate ligament injury and being tormented by the Wanima brothers, he finally committed himself fully to the sport of football.
His fear of never playing football again has made him seek for excuses to give up on his passion. Chigiri has shown that he can be an aggressive and resolute force on the field once he is able to rein in his pride and desire. He works hard to create an impression on the field so that his teammates would take notice of him.
Chigiri has proven himself to be a dedicated player by demonstrating his ability to consistently dribble between players and through congested areas. He spends a lot of time on his appearance, such grooming and combing his hair. He also discusses how he is treating his knee injury.
When Rin was a small child, he looked up to his older brother, Sae, with awe and admiration. He was determined to mature into a tough, cool guy like his elder sibling. When his brother ordered him to start playing football, he did so without hesitation. It was clear that Rin was paying close attention to Sae while they played soccer together.
As a result of his brother Sae’s departure to play for Real Madrid in Spain, Rin found football to be more challenging. Nonetheless, he made it his mission to emulate and eventually replace Sae. At this point, Rin’s egocentric playing style began to show. The character of Rin is frequently characterized as icy and harsh. Another hallmark of his selfish nature is that he prioritizes his own interests above those of others at all times.
The man’s charisma alone makes him the clear choice to be Blue Lock’s finest forward. With an attitude that verges on arrogance, Rin often refers to football and other people’s perspectives as “lukewarm,” demonstrating his high opinion of himself as a striker. Everything Rin does now, from his mannerisms to his conduct, he learned from his brother. Rin mimics his sibling’s behaviours and tries to adopt his attitude in an effort to be more like him. Rin only does this to stop the sibling rivalry by letting him win against his elder brother.
Loki is a tall teenager (even taller than Isagi by a hair), with dark complexion, brown eyes, and short black hair that has been buzzed short. Despite being shorter than Isagi, he has a robust frame for his age. When he was picked third, he wore the identical Team White shirt he had worn in the second round, but this time with the number one on the back. He dons the PXG outfit while competing in the Neo Egotist League.
Aryu is well-known for his frequent use of the word “stylish” and his insistence that everything around him also be fashionable. In fact, he admires folks who have a keen eye for style and has no qualms about asking complete strangers about their beauty routines, as he did when he inquired about Chigiri’s hair care routine. Close-up of her hair.
Even Aryu himself admits that he has a “complex” over his name, considering it to be his one and only flaw. He doesn’t like how his name, which is centuries old, clashes with his modern tastes. As his name will soon become archaic, Aryu was shown as making an effort to “get over it” by adopting fashionable stances.
When it comes to playing football, Nagi has magical reflexes, speed, and leaping ability. However, he first avoids anything related to football (even training) and looks down on people who aren’t particularly skilled. To the frustration of his competitors, he doesn’t know anything about the world’s finest players.
At first it appears that he doesn’t care about football or improving his skills as a striker, preferring instead to spend his time playing video games or skipping training. However, after facing Team Z in the game, Nagi decides to take matters into his own hands and try to score some goals.
Because he sees his teammate, Reo Mikage, staring blankly at the opposition squad, he does this. Despite his lackadaisical demeanour at first, Nagi puts forth a lot of effort to get better at soccer after his team loses against Yoichi Isagi. This drive to do better is a thread that runs across later arcs, and it even causes a friendship to suffer.
Gagamaru is a tall, slim young guy who once had black hair but now wears it in a bun and has lightened the colour. Gagamaru often dons the required bodysuit (black with grey stripes) and tracksuit when on duty at Blue Lock. Team Z’s blue #6 jersey and grey football cleats were his first-round attire.
After donning Team Red’s #88 at the second pick, he switched to the white and blue jersey for the third. The C-Team In the game versus Japan U-20, Gagagmaru dons an official Blue Lock player outfit with the number 1, which appears quite similar to the one on the front cover minus the Japanese flag.
The realisation of Anri’s lifelong ambition, which is to watch Japan win the World Cup, is the one thing that excites and motivates her the most. Anri is a big fan of the sport of football. Despite the fact that the majority of members of the Japan Football Association make fun of her and treat her as a lady with great aspirations and huge breasts, she continues to pursue the objectives and vision she has set for herself. She is also unaffected by the commercial philosophies of the Japan Football Association, which allows her to voice her thoughts freely.
Because Jinpachi Ego is a trainer who adheres to a very egotistical ideology, he stands out from the crowd of other trainers in Japan in a significant way. According to him, an attacker has complete control over the playing field, and the sole purpose of the other players on the field is to transfer the ball to the attacker. Ego loves his country and wants it to win the World Cup by producing the finest striker in the world, despite the fact that his frame of view differs significantly from that of the majority of his fellow countrymen.
Ego has demonstrated on several occasions that he possesses a high level of intelligence. During the game against Japan U20, for instance, he admitted to himself that, with the exception of Yoichi Isagi’s goal, he was responsible for planning everything else.
At another point, Anri Teieri questioned him about whether or not he had predicted the waking of Baro, hinting that he had predicted previous awakenings as well. Because he was the one who established the first BL rating by analysing the potential of all high school players in the country, he must also be someone who is very skilled at calculations. This is because he was the one who made it.
Sae was a brusque, opinionated, and extremely serious child even when she was little. To him, the only thing that mattered was becoming the finest striker in the world, and he could only devote his time to activities that would move him closer to achieving that objective. Sae also has the tendency to be arrogant and condescending, treating people with contempt despite the fact that they are older than he is and have greater organisational power.
Even though he plays football in a selfish manner, he has demonstrated the ability to keep his composure and play his position without needlessly attempting to steal the spotlight from his teammates. As a football player, Sae takes great pride in himself, but he despises Japanese football and everyone else engaged in it.
Sae has stated that he would much prefer pass away or play with students in Europe rather than participate in the J-League or the Japan national team. He has an extremely high level of self-assurance in his skills and is certain beyond a shadow of a doubt that there is no one in Japan who can serve as a teammate who is worthy of his skills. He frequently makes statements that suggest he should have been born in another nation because he is unhappy with the fact that he was born in Japan.