2022 is the best year ever to be a lover of football or soccer anime. Blue Lock, one of the most eagerly awaited anime films of the year, now streamable on Netflix, but only outside of the US and in a few other countries. The manga series Blue Lock had its debut in Kodansha’s Weekly Shnen Magazine on August 1st, 2018, and it quickly rose to become one of the most well-known sports manga franchises since Haikyuu! After the 2018 World Cup in Russia, when the Japanese National Football Team finished 16th overall, the Blue Lock tale takes place. To uncover the best of Japan’s elite pool of players, the Japanese Football Union constructs a facility called Blue Lock. One of the most eagerly awaited anime releases of the year, we argued late last year that Netflix ought to secure the distribution rights to the show (alongside Ao Ashi).
On Netflix, where can I watch Blue Lock?
Blue Lock is only accessible on Crunchyroll in the United States and the majority of other countries (North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East, and CIS), where episodes are released weekly and the programme is exclusive. Because there is currently no English dub available, episodes can be viewed with English subtitles and in a variety of other languages, including Portuguese, Italian, French, German, Arabic, Russian, and others. Blue Lock may or may not ever be in the Netflix US collection, but given how well-liked we anticipate the anime series to be, fans will undoubtedly request it.
The first episode of Blue Lock, which debuted on October 9th, is presently available on Netflix in a total of only 7 regions:
According to Unogs, the episode is accessible on the Netflix services of these nations with the original Japanese audio and a selection of subtitles, including English, Hindi, Malay, and Traditional Chinese.