'Shoot! Goal to the Future' Soccer Anime Previews Ending Song by Male Duo 'all at once'
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The staff for Shoot! Goal to the Future, the first new anime based on Tsukasa Ooshima's soccer-themed manga Shoot! in 28 years, posted a new promotional video on Tuesday. The video offers the first preview of the ending theme song "Rivals" by the male duo all at once.
The anime's official website describes the story:
Atsushi Kamiya, a former captain at Kakegawa High School and the world-renowned "courageous captain" for a famous Italian soccer team…
And Hideto Tsuji, a student at Kakegawa High School, who seems uninterested in the now-weakened soccer team…
Their meeting is the start of a new legend...
The show stars:
- Chiaki Kobayashi as Hideto Tsuji
- Shunichi Toki as Subaru Kurokawa
- Yūki Ono as Jō Kazama
- Shimba Tsuchiya as Kōhei Kokubo
- Yuichiro Umehara as Atsushi Kamiya
- Kousuke Toriumi as Yoshiharu Kubo
- Tomoaki Maeno as Ryо̄ Sahara
- Junichi Saitou as Takumi Sonoda
- Kentarō Mashiro as Tsubasa Namioka
- Ryōta Suzuki as Ryūji Amagai
- Ryūnosuke Matsumura as Sо̄ma Hayashi
- Daisuke Hirose as Hinata Tatsunami
- Yugo Sato as Kei Matsuhashi
- Yūya Hozumi as Kazuki Yamaguchi
- Yūya Hirose as Tōya Nakano
Boa Sorte Management and Crunchyroll are credited for the anime's planning. Noriyuki Nakamura (Dragon Slayer, Itsudatte My Santa!, Save Me! Lollipop) is directing the anime at EMT Squared, with Jun'ichi Kitamura (Cells at Work! Code Black, My Wife is the Student Council President episode director) as assistant director. Mitsutaka Hirota (Anime-Gataris, Rent-A-Girlfriend, Sweetness & Lightning) is in charge of the series scripts, and Yukiko Akiyama (Black Cat, Yumeiro Pâtissière, Isuca) is designing the characters. Hiroshi Yamamoto is the sound director. Satoshi Dezaki is supervising the anime. Airi Miyakawa is performing the opening theme song "Aoreido," and musical duo all at once is performing the show's ending theme song "Rivals."
The anime will premiere on the AT-X channel on July 2 at 11:30 p.m. (10:30 a.m. EDT), and it also will run on Tokyo MX, TV Shizuoka, YTV, BS NTV, and BS Fuji. Crunchyroll will stream the anime in North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East, and the Commonwealth of Independent States.
The original Shoot! manga ran in Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine between 1990 and 2003. The manga has more than 50 million copies in print. The manga's story revolves around a boy named Toshihiko Tanaka who convinced his friends to join the soccer team and take on the All-Japan High School Championship.
Source: Comic Natalie