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As you know, Foot 2 Rue has it's very own Street Football World Cup. This means new teams every year. As the season progresses, each team will have a new member compared to the five members only rule. As well as the new teams, there are also the adults who may or may not provide advice to the Rifflers. Some celebrity characters like Nico would only appear for two episodes.


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    The Rifflers 

Sebastian "Tag" Arias Oler (Formerly Tagano)

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The action guy of the show.

Sebastian Arais Oler AKA Sebastian Tagano Tag is the main character and captain of the Rifflers. He is a fan of football and hopes to go professional. Tag is considered the coolest kid in school but he can be a bit of a bully and is prone to be jealous. Despite this, Tag is clever, charismatic and has fangirls chasing after him.

Tag was born in Argentina to Pablo Arias Echevarne and Sophia Oler. By the time he was born, Argentina was already a communist state. Not long after, Sophia passed away, so Pablo took baby Sebastian to France. Tag's childhood wasn't easy. He got into trouble a lot and was the Riffler institute's school bully when he really just wanted a friend. Tag is very picky when choosing his friends and usually accepts them in his group only because of their passion for football.

At the end of Season 4, he and Eloise are engaged to be married. They're also expecting their first child.

Voiced by: Herbert Grulla (Fra), David Gasman (Eng) David Garbolino (Ita), Hector Gomez (Mex)

"So, Tony. I thought you were ready?"


Eloise Riffler

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That's The Hero's girl.

Since she was a baby, Eloise has been surrounded by the finest things in life. Sadly for her, her parents don't pay any attention to her. She literally has fanboys drooling over her, which she inherited from her mother. Despite this, Eloise doesn't want to be seen as a rich jerk.(This is why Tag resented her.)

Eloise's grandfather owns the Riffler institute. Because of this, she has free access anytime she likes.

At the end of Season 4, she and Tag are engaged to be married. She's also pregnant with their firstborn child.

Voiced by: Christelle Reboul (Fra), Jodi Forrest (Eng), Joanne Papandrea (Ita), Gaby Ugarte (Mex)

"Come on! Can't we celebrate our victory?"


  • Abusive Parents: Not so much in Season 2 but in season 3, they abandoned her at the Melville while they had a party at their house.
  • Action Girlfriend: Yep. That's her alright.
  • All Girls Want Bad Boys: Averted. Tag might be a Bastard Boyfriend from time to time, but he would do anything to make sure Eloïse is happy.
  • The Big Guy: She's more hot tempered than Samira.
  • Bad Liar: Eloise isn't good from keeping secrets from Tag.
  • Blatant Lies: So far this is her favorite tactic. When the Rifflers are going through a tough time without Tag, Eloise will always say the opposite just to stop him worrying.
  • Big Man on Campus: She was on the cover on Urban Star.
  • Bokukko
  • Butt-Monkey:Poor kid never gets a break.
  • The Chick: She gets chewed out for this sometimes.
  • Dude Magnet: In one episode in Season 3, her entire harem were male. To make matters worse, her mom encouraged her to be a dude magnet.
  • Ms. Fanservice: If anything, she gets the most fanservice in the series and she's pissed off about it.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Samira actually called her our for this when she ratted Atsuko out.
    • Even though Tag chews her out over relationships, Samira chewed her out for breaking the Bro-Code.
  • One of the Boys:So much that she persuades Tag to let Samira join the gang because she was the only girl.
  • Really Gets Around: Tag sometimes mistakes her for this.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Believe it or not, she's the blue oni to everyone except Gabriel.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Money!: Subverted. Eloise doesn't use this tactic in any game but will use this outside.
  • The Smurfette Principle: Was this in Season 1. We'll have to wait until Season 4 in case Samira doesn't return.
  • Spicy Latina
  • Stacy's Mom: Her mom is referred to one but it isn't mentioned.
    • If Season 4 is a good season for Eloise and Tag to get to the next level, she might be candidate in the epilogue.
  • Team Mom: As the only girl of the Rifflers, she was Tag's 2nd in command.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: Subverted. Even though, she looks like the girly girl, Eloise is the tomboy.
  • Too Dumb to Live: Tag and Samira have lampshaded this. Every time Eloise is on her own, Victoria will make sure that Tag forgets about her.
  • Unwanted Harem: Oh dear God. Eloise has one of the biggest harems in Port Marie, it's almost moe.

Jeremy Webert

Voiced by: Yann Le Madic (Fra), Luke Sandri (Ita), Irwin Daayan (Mex)

"Well I can. We turned those Road Runners into road kill"

  • Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: He claims to be good at it and he makes several references to Jackie Chan and the Karate Kid whilst failing to chop a block with his hand. Even his mentor resembles Mr Miyagi.
  • Big Eater: One of Jeremy's worst habits.
  • Big Man on Campus: Ever since he joined the Rifflers, Jeremy is trying to big himself up.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: Jeremy did study for a test only for the Rifflers to realize that he was trying to overthrow Tag.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Think Pasila Kyosti and Feliciano rolled into one.
  • Butt-Monkey: Used To be until Season 3 where more Butt Monkey gags involve Eloise.
  • Casanova Wannabe: Poor Samira must think twice before dating a guy like Jeremy.
  • Catchphrase: Tak Tak Tak.
  • Caught with Your Pants Down: Let's call it a towel shall we?
  • Chick Magnet: He wants to be one really bad but aren't we forgetting that Samira's the only chick he's attracted to?
  • Dance Battler
  • Deadpan Snarker: Saying witty remarks is what he does best besides playing football.
  • Education Mama: Possibly one of the reasons he ran away from home
    • To be fair, Jeremy ran away from home because his mother wouldn't let him see his father.
  • Fiery Redhead: Averted. Jeremy's probably too clueless how to be a Tsundere except when Samira's involved.
  • Idiot Hero: Despite being The Lancer, Jeremy could even star in his own Shonen manga comic.
  • Jerk Jock: He's even worse than Tag.
  • The Lancer: He isn't very happy about this. In Season 3, Jeremy seems to be Tag's right hand man. Whenever Tag goes Awol, Jeremy's more than happy to take his place and agreeing with him.
  • Large Ham: He often claims to be 10 times better than Tag.However, Tag will never let Jeremy forget that he's number one.
  • Official Couple: Him and Samira. As soon as the foot massage scene kicked in it was love at first sight (At least in Samira's point of view).
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: He claims to be the blue oni, but he's too lazy so he's everybody's red oni, except the twins.
  • Team Dad: He is often this to Tek and No. Out of the twins, Tek seems to get along with him.
  • Walking Techbane: He had a habit of breaking computers especially in Season 2.

Samira Boudouce

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Smart, athletic. Is there anything she hasn't got?
Voiced by: Alicia Fleury (Fra)

We crushed them! I can't believe we beat the Road Runners 5-0!"


  • The Ace: Smart and athletic. If Tag was absent for some reason, she automatically fills the roll of The Hero.
  • Berserk Button: Hit on Jeremy in front of her and she will threaten you.
    • Go on; I dare you to say anything racist or sexist I dare you.
  • The Big Guy: More so in Season 3.
  • Big Man on Campus: Beside the Rifflers, Samira has friends outside her own team such as Atsuko, Prenda and Manuella.
  • Chekhov's Gun: Anything involving Samira has got to be a Chekhov's gun.
  • The Chick: She was this is Season 2 because she was more friendly. In Season 4, it gets worse when she becomes a victim of Ms Pradet's sabotage attempts.
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Distaff Counterpart: She is Tag's counterpart in terms of personality.
  • Fanservice
  • Gentle Giant: She becomes this in Season 4.
    • Gabriel, who was the oldest (As well as the tallest since his birthday was mentioned) left for Paris and Samira seems to be the 2nd oldest and the tallest (Although she's the same height as Tag).
  • The Lancer: If Tag's not around, she becomes this to Eloise, who's The Hero.
  • Otaku: She loves manga and anime much to Eloise's dismay.
  • Puppy-Dog Eyes: For some reason, she has bigger eyes than the rest of her friends.
  • Single-Issue Psychology: Samira must've seen her father get beat up in a race attack when she moved to France. This has left her traumatized. If somebody mentions it without knowing it, she would threaten to kill them.
  • Serious Business: Other than football, Samira is also a fan of Manga and Anime. Even insulting Japanese culture would force Samira to start saying to your face that you just said the wrong thing at the wrong time.
  • Team Mom: To Jeremy and the twins. It's not bad having younger siblings. Just ask Momo and he'll tell you the info.
    • Some of the older kids like Tag and Eloise take her advice.
    • As of Season 4, Samira is the oldest member of the Rifflers.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: Samira is actually the tomboy.
  • Tsundere: A Type B in Season 2 but a Type A in season 3. Samira is the easily angered one(Although not on Tag's level) and Takeshi had to learn the hard way.
  • Who's Laughing Now?: After getting in trouble for something Yacine did again, Samira finally has enough which includes berating him much to the surprise of Tag, Eloise, Jeremy and No. The real kicker is, everyone thought that Samira was the easy going one who never gets mad at the littlest thing.

Tek and No Zaim

Voiced by: Paschale Chemin (Fra), Irwin Daayan (Mex)

Gabriel N Daula

Voiced by: Athur Pestel (Fra), Victor Urgarte (Mex), Mirabelle Kirkland (Eng)
  • Asian and Nerdy: He's part Asian and pretty nerdy.
  • Badass Bookworm: A bookish and nerdy guy who can sure apply that knowledge when it comes to Street Football.
  • Black and Nerdy: Part African and he's rather nerdy.
  • Butt-Monkey: More of that in Season 2.
  • Extreme Doormat: He gets this treatment whenever Eloise goes missing.
    • No wait, scratch that! He was this to Tag in most of Season 1.
  • In-Series Nickname: Gabe and Brains.
  • Nerd Glasses: Wears round glasses and is the main strategist of the team.
  • Nice Guy: One of the nicest characters on the show.
  • Potty Emergency: After he scored the winning goal against the Scorpions, he dashed off behind a shed to relieve himself. When the Rifflers congratulate him, Tag makes fun of him whilst Tek, No and Eloise look on.

Yacine Boudouce

Voiced by: Paschale Chemin (Fra)

Romane

    Parents of the Rifflers 

Pablo Arias Echervane


Count Riffler


Madame Riffler


Countess Riffler


  • Cool Old Lady: She's Eloïse's grandmother and she's always willing to help and listen to her.
  • I Was Quite the Looker: While the picture isn't very good, she was apparently quite pretty back in the day.
  • Miniature Senior Citizens: Even with her wheelchair she looks very small.
  • Old Friend: She and Miss Adelaide know each other from a long time.
  • The Voiceless: She didn't say anything for the first twenty episodes before finally speaking to call out her son and daughter in-law for their negligence of Eloïse. Even her own son is surprised she talks.
  • Widow Woman: Her husband, the previous Count Riffler, has already passed away.

Mr. Zaim


Mr. and Mrs. N Daula


    The Meninos of Brazil 

The Meninos


Zangezinho

Voiced by: Matthew Gezcy (Eng)
  • Defeat Means Friendship: After the finals in Season 1, Zangezinho is still friends with the Rifflers, mainly Tag and Eloise due to the love triangle.
  • Nice Guy: In comparison to what Tag thought, Zangezinho is a nice guy who doesn't mean any harm.
  • Those Two Guys: Him and Sinead are seen together the most of all the captains.

Eduardo

Milton

Miguelinho

  • The Big Guy: Miguelinho played as a goalkeeper once against the Chinese team.

Pepigna

Ricardo

    The Bronx Devils 

The Bronx Devils

    The Dolphins of Oceania 

The Dolphins of Kiribati

  • Five-Man Band
  • Fluffy the Terrible: Their name is not very intimidating, but they sure can be.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Oscar, especially in "Disappearance" where he let Eloise escape from the storage, "Cruise With Nico" where he cheered Victoria up and "Welcome To Tunis" when he and Harry join forces with Tag, Eloise and Jeremy.
    • Victoria has her moments as well especially when her attempts to reunite Tag with Pablo worked. Not only was Victoria well liked among the Rifflers but she wanted to her friendship with Eloise to continue and it worked.
  • Karma Houdini: Victoria hardly claims responsibility for the trouble she caused Tag.
    • Oscar never got his when he kissed Eloise. Tag didn't even mention about it in "Welcome To Tunis".
  • Shipper on Deck: Every single one of them ship Eloise with Mochi.

Oscar

Tubo

Fara

Harry

Natho

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    The Ninjas of Tokyo 

The Ninjas of Tokyo

Akira

Bunji

  • The Big Guy: And they used him as a sumo wrestler instead of a badass samurai
  • Dumb Muscle: Subverted. Bunji might look it but he's smarter than he appears.

Takeshi

Hiro

Genki

Zanji

Atsuko Nogushi

    The Sharks of The Port 

The Sharks

    Riffler Institute 

Miss Adelaide

  • Hopeless with Tech: She doesn't understand computers very much and even asks Gabriel help with the internet.
  • Old Friend: Has known Eloïse's grandmother for a long time.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Whenever one of her students is in trouble, she's willing to listen and support them if she feels they aren't at fault.
  • Stern Teacher: She might be rather strict but she's not unreasonable.

Coach

  • Cool Teacher: Not as strict as Miss Adelaide and very willing to help the students when they need him
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": Everyone just calls him Coach, or by his nickname Chrono.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: He's very willing to listen to Tag and his friends and he's one of the first adults to fully support their Street Football activities.

Tony Lopez

  • Demoted to Extra: After his exposure alongside Ben's, he sort of just becomes part of the background.
  • Dirty Coward: The reason Eloïse became the goalkeeper was due to him fleeing the street football match in fear of being caught by the police.
  • Easily Forgiven: Despite helping Ben frame Tag for injuring another player, Tag was willing to let him off the hook. Since he no longer did anything to antagonize Tag or the Bleus, Tag had a point.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: Him losing his ball to Bulldog and Cartoon are what put Tag, Gabriel and the eventual Rifflers into contact with the world of street football, essentially setting up everything that came afterwards.

Mrs. Wong

Lil' Dragon

    Citizens of Port Marie 

Mayor Roger Maroni

  • Dark Secret: That in his youth he stole cars.
  • The Heavy: For most of season 1, he's there to make things difficult for the protagonists.
  • Mean Boss: Constantly belittling and bossing around Officer Pradet.
  • Sleazy Politician: He's the Mayor of Port Marie and his first and foremost priority is himself, and he's not afraid of using the city's resources for his personal benefit.

Officer Emiliano Pradet

  • Heel–Face Turn: At the end of season 1 he comes to accept and even enjoy street football, going so far as to question the Mayor's orders.
  • I Call It "Vera": Seems to be too overly fond of his patrol car.
  • Punch-Clock Villain: He really is just doing his job and following Maroni's orders, and even comes around and helps finish the first Street Football Cup.

Mr. Albert

  • Heel–Face Turn: Changes his mind about Street Football and even becomes the President of the Rifflers Fan Club.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: He wasn't wrong at being angry with the kids playing football near his business, since they were being disturbing and could've caused damage.
  • Morality Pet: His dog Marcel, which actually helps him change his mind about football.
  • Overprotective Dad: More like Overprotective Dog Owner.
  • Those Two Guys: After his Heel–Face Turn, he and Mr. Saleem are usually seen together.

Mr. Saleem

  • Heel–Face Turn: Like Albert he changes his mind about street football and becomes one of their biggest supporters.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: Considering the kids' antics could have gotten him injured or worse, he was right about calling the police on them.
  • Those Two Guys: After his Heel–Face Turn, he and Mr. Albert are usually seen together.

Mrs. Vera

  • Fat Bitch: She's very heavyset and takes the longest to accept street football.

Ben

  • Blondes Are Evil: Has pale blonde hair and while not really evil, he's a huge jerk.
  • Easily Forgiven: Tag is surprisingly quick to forgive him for everything he had done. To be fair, Tag did understand Ben's home circumstances and thought it was more important to have his support.
  • Frame-Up: He and Tony tried to frame Tag for injuring another player, but Gabriel exposed the truth.
  • Freudian Excuse: All but spelled out that a lot of his jerkish behavior is due to his dysfunctional home life.
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: Has a scar over his left eye and he's not trustworthy.
  • Heel–Face Turn: He becomes much nicer after Tag invites him to briefly replace Gabriel during the match against Australia.
  • Those Two Bad Guys: Has this dynamic with Tony for most of season 1.
  • Token Evil Teammate: Of the five team captains of Port Marie, he's the only one who downright refused to consider allowing the Rifflers to join them.

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