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Inazuma Eleven GO!

    Raimon 

General

  • Gratuitous Foreign Language: In the dub, Raimon's players all tend to use words or phrases from their native language on occasion.
  • Multinational Team: The dub assigns a different nationality, and matching accent, to each member of Raimon; for a few examples, Riccardo (Shindou) is Italian, Gabriel (Kirino) is Spanish, and Victor (Tsurugi) is Russian.

Sangoku Taichi / Samguk Han

Voiced By: Kensuke Sato
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"Raimon's previous captain. His kindness is his team's mainstay."

  • Butt-Monkey: Because of The Worf Effect. Especially in the Tanabata event.
  • The Captain: He was captain of Raimon until he asked Shindou to take the role.
  • Crutch Character: His catch stat starts out and remains the highest in the party, and for being the only goalie you have to start with he does his job very well. But he never gets an Avatar, while Shinsuke does, so by the end of the game he'll be a better goalie than Sangoku. This is justified by the story: Sangoku is a third year so won't be able to play in the team much longer, and names Shinsuke as his replacement.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: Fence of Gaia. He smashes the ground with his fists and giant mountains which stop the ball raise from the hole.
  • Disappeared Dad: His mother mentions that he doesn't have a father, although the reason for his absence is not further disclosed.
  • Momma's Boy: Non-negative example. His mom is something of a Doting Parent, and he cares about her a great deal, but Sangoku is not at all timid and very responsible.
  • Playing with Fire: His element in the game is fire. His most notable fire hissatsu is Burning Catch: his right hand catches fire, which estinguishes after he spins twice in the air before catching the ball.
  • Precocious Crush: In the games he has a crush on Aki.
  • Supreme Chef: He sometimes does the cooking himself in place of his mom and he's shown to be good at it.
  • Team Dad / Team Mom: Depends on what the team needs at the time.
  • The Worf Effect: Poor Sangoku. Even Kirino's seiyuu apologized for her line about him not being able to protect the goal.

Kirino Ranmaru / Gabriel "Gabi" Garcia

Voiced By: Yuu Kobayashi

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click here  to see Kirino Mixi Maxed with Jeanne d'Arc

"Raimon's beautiful ace defender. He understands Shindou very well."

  • Alliterative Name: His dub name, Gabriel Garcia
  • Awesomeness by Analysis: He was the one who figured out how to break the tactics of Gassan Kunimitsu.
  • Bishōnen: He stands out as a prime example even in a series packed full of pretty boys.
  • Dude Looks Like a Lady: Deliberately invoked. Kirino was designed with "beauty" in mind.
  • Expy: As a pretty-boy defender who's a longtime friend of the team's captain, he's basically Kazemaru 2.0.
  • Fighting Spirit: Banner Warrior Brynhildr and Armed as well..
  • Fusion Dance: With Joan of Arc.
  • Girlish Pigtails: A rare male example; he has low-tied twintails.
  • Meaningful Name: The "Kiri" in his name means "mist", referring to his signature hissatsu techniques, The Mist and Deep Mist.
  • Mysterious Mist: His signature hissatsu, a play on the kiri in his name meaning "mist". While The Mist is a simple smokescreen, its evolved form Deep Mist seems to make the ball outright vanish from under the opponent's feet and appear at Kirino's.
  • Nice Guy: Outside of a brief period of self-doubt and bitterness in Chrono Stone, he's nothing but kind and supportive to the team.
  • Playing with Fire: In Chrono Stone, mixi-maxing with Jeanne d'Arc gives him the La Flamme hissatsu.
  • Smoke Out: The Mist generates a thick cloud of... well, mist to blind the opposing player while he steals the ball.
  • Those Two Guys: With Shindou.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Pink in this case.

Amagi Daichi / Wanli Changcheng

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Voiced by: Nara Tooru (Japanese)

"The team's foremost giant, who hates warped fights."

Minamisawa Atsushi / Doug McArthur

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Voiced By: Yūki Kaji

  • Interface Spoiler: In the dub, and one you'll only notice in hindsight. He follows the same Named After Someone Famous Theme Naming as most opposing teams. It doesn't hit you until you go up against a team that has every player named after a famous military commander... There's also one in his Player Binder file, his recruitment method is listed as "Other" while everyone else you start out with is listed as "Story". That's because he's both "Story" and "Pal Pack", he starts out with you but can only be recruited back by Pal Pack in the postgame.
  • Only In It For A Good Student Report: He doesn't care much about the soccer club, staying in it only to get good grades.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: He leaves the Raimon team in episode 11.
    • Guest-Star Party Member: You can only get him back in the postgame, and even then, his level will be reset to 1.
    • Face–Heel Turn: Instead, he transfers to Gassan Kunimitsu, a rival team still serving Fifth Sector.
      • Heel Realization: After being defeated, he apologizes for what he did, and although he never comes back to Raimon, he keeps good relationship with them.

Kurumada Gouichi / Subaru Honda

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"A guy with a fiery heart. He dribbles like a roaring locomotive."

Voiced by: Hirofumi Nojima (Japanese), Stuart Palm (English, anime)

  • Can't Catch Up: His worries when the juniors like Kariya and Shinsuke prove to be good
  • Nice Guy: He encourages Tenma and later Shinsuke when they assume goalkeeper position. He's also friendly in general.
  • Pointless Bandaid: On his nose.
  • Stone Wall: Pretty much Raimon's brick wall.

Hayami Tsurumasa / Eugene Peabody

Voiced By: Hiroyuki Yoshino
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"A talented midfielder. He quickly falls into a slump with negative thoughts."

  • The Cynic: He's the first to start muttering about how the situation is hopeless and the team is doomed. His English bio describes him as having "distinctly pessimistic tendencies".
  • Dismotivation: This left him particularly distressed when best friend Hamano starts getting enthusiastic about going against Fifth Sector. Hayami gets better.
  • Dude Looks Like a Lady: Blame the pigtails; he's otherwise obviously a boy.
  • FanBoy: Of Romance of the Three Kingdoms.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Hamano.
  • Nerd Glasses: But they're thick round frames instead of being opaque.
  • Skintone Sclerae: His eyes don't contain sclerae.

Kurama Norihito / Michael "Kaiser" Ballzack

Voiced By: Ayahi Takagaki
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  • Ambiguously Brown: He's very dark-skinned, but doesn't resemble a black person otherwise.
  • Animal Motifs: Snakes. Specifically, a sidewinder, which is showcased in the hissatsu with the same name.
  • The Cynic: He is not as negative as Hayami but still usually voices doubt about feasibility of the team's plans.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Appeared to be this at first because he found Tenma annoying.
  • The Napoleon: He's the second shortest member in the team and is very short-tempered, especially disliking "annoying" people like Tenma. He later warms up to him, though.
  • Peek-a-Bangs: They cover his left eye.
  • Unfortunate Names: His English surname is Ballzack.
  • The Worf Barrage: His shoot hissatsu, Sidewinder, has the unfortunate fate of being often used to showcase how strong the opponent's goalkeeper is.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: He has light cyan hair.

Hamano Kaiji / Adé Kébé

Voiced By: Jun Konno (Japanese), Danella Down (English, anime)
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"The team's cheerful mood maker. His hobby is fishing."

  • Expy: His design with his goggles on his head, easy-going personality and sea-related techniques are reminiscient of Tsunami.
  • Foil: He's a cheerful and optimistic guy, while his best friend Hayami is a lot more pessimistic, although the latter eventually gets over it.
  • Goggles Do Nothing: He wears his goggles just as an accesory, unlike Tsunami, who uses them when he's surfing.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Hayami.
  • Making a Splash: He has water-based hissatsu, such as Naminori Piero, a technique which lets him create a whirlpool that turns into a wave which obscures the opponent's vision.
  • Meaningful Name: The "kai" in his first name means "sea", fitting his water element and his hobby, which is fishing.
  • Nice Guy: He's a very friendly and easy-going guy.
  • Oop North: In the dub he's a (very broad accented) Geordie.
  • Sleeves Are for Wimps: Rolls up the sleeves on his Raimon uniform.
  • Verbal Tic: He has a habit of saying "oi" when kicking a ball.

Ichino Nanasuke / Hugues Baudet

"A calm boy with a strong sense of responsiblity who supports the team as a strategist."

Voiced by: Fumiko Orikasa

Aoyama Shunsuke

Voiced By: Ayahi Takagaki

"A logical soccer player. He never fails to analyze himself after games."

Kariya Masaki / Aitor Cazador

Voiced by: Yuuki Tai (Japanese), Seth Leslie (English, anime)
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"A Raimon transfer student. He appears very nice on the surface, but is actually twofaced."

  • Giver of Lame Names: His friends aren't impressed by the names he gives to the hissatsu tactics at all.
  • Jerkass: He enjoys messing with people. It's probably ''[[Jerka
ssDissonance why]]'' the fandom adores him.
  • Meaningful Name: The "Kari" in his surname means "hunting", while his dub surname "Cazador" means "hunter" in Spanish. Both are a referrence to his main hissatsu technique, Hunter's Net.
  • Parental Abandonment: He was brought to the orphanage at 11 years old.
  • Red Herring Mole: Easily blamable on his twofaced-ness.
  • Troll: Loves to mess with Kirino in particular.

Kageyama Hikaru / Lucian Dark

Voiced By: Ayumi Fujimura
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"An earnestly cheerful boy, with a budding soccer sense."

  • The Drag-Along: Taken literally with Amagi.
  • Everything's Better with Spinning: Extend Zone. The spin he puts on the ball is so intense it leaves a crater when he warps to a dimension where he takes the shot.
  • Idiot Hair: He has a small ahoge on his head.
  • Instant Expert: Even though he had started playing soccer relatively recently when he joins the team, he learns quickly, even with a little struggle.
  • Mega Manning: With just a simple explanation or a passing glance.
  • Naïve Newcomer: He doesn't have much experience with soccer when he joins the team, so when he was struggling at dribbling, Kariya gave Hikaru the bad advice that he should look solely at the ball when dribbling, causing him to smash his forehead into the goalpost.
  • No Social Skills: When he was younger, he wasn't very good at talking to people, so when he transfered to a different school during elementary school, he believed that agreeing with everything the others say would bring him friends. The others started getting annoyed at him after a while, until Hikaru realized where he his wrong and apologized to them.
  • Odd Friendship: With Amagi.
    • Not So Different: They were both bullied in elementary school and struggled to make friends.
  • One Steve Limit: As of Orion no Kokuin, he shares his given name with Ichihoshi Hikaru.
  • Same Surname Means Related: The adults realize he's related to Kageyama when Hikaru introduces himself and he nods that he was his uncle. He feared that he wouldn't be allowed to join the soccer club due to his uncles' wrongdoings, but the adults assured him they weren't mad at him.
  • Verbal Tic: Shouts "UGIIII!" whenever he kicks a soccer ball or just screaming.
  • Yes-Man: What caused him to get bullied when he was in elementary school, because his classmates started getting annoyed with how Hikaru agreed with everything (or rather, pretended to). He still has shades of this.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: He has bluish-purple hair.

Nishiki Ryouma

Voiced By: Ryo Iwasaki
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"The super player returning from Italy. He has a kind, chivalrous spirit."

  • Meaningful Name: Nishiki shares his first name with a famous Japanese figure, this foreshadows that Nishiki will eventually Mixi Max with said prominent figure.
  • Nice Guy
  • Rapunzel Hair: His hair is very long even in a high ponytail. If worn down, it would probably come to his knees.
  • Sucks at Dancing: As seen in Chrono Stone, he really likes dancing, even though he's poor at it.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Onigiri, specifically the kind that Someoka makes. It is also his Comfort Food.

    Hakuren 

Yukimura Hyouga / Njord Snio

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Voiced by: Junta Terashima

"With his talent discovered by Fubuki, he is a super striker, one of the best in the northern region."

    Kidokawa Seishuu 

Kishibe Taiga / Bay Laurel

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Voiced By: Yuki Ono

    Genei Gakuen 

Mahoro Tadashi / Harrold Houdini

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Voiced by: Kazuma Horie

  • You Can't Fight Fate: He believes Amagi's (and Raimon's) ideal is impossible because they can't go against the strong.
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    Arakumo Gakuen 

Amemiya Taiyou / Sol Daystar

Voiced by: Takuya Eguchi (GO series), Michiyo Murase (Orion)
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"Often said to have the kind of talent that only appears once a decade, he is truly a genius soccer player."

  • Broken Ace: He speaks disturbingly lightly of his mortality.
  • Astonishingly Appropriate Appearance: His hair is orange and shaped like the sun's halo.
  • Breakout Character: He becomes part of Raimon in Chrono Stone.
  • The Captain / Red Armband of Leadership: Of Arakumo Gakuen.
  • Composite Character: He's a combination between Hiroto and Ichinose.
    • Like Hiroto, he is a Friendly Enemy who likes to play soccer with the protagonist and has an enigmatic personality in the beginning, before the protagonist finds out he's one of his rivals.
    • Like Ichinose, he loves soccer, but has a serious medical condition that he tries to prevent from holding him back. His similarity to Ichinose is pointed out by Ishido.
  • Determinator: He refused to give up during his match with Raimon, he overexerted his body in an attempt to win and ended up hospitalized, again. Sound familiar?
  • Expy: His character, the fact that he has a heart disease and is willing to give everything he has against The Hero makes him very similar to Captain Tsubasa 's Jun Misugi. Both feels insulted when the main character holds back and both are The Ace that their illness holds back.
  • First-Name Basis: Which is rare among the opponent players of Raimon's.
  • Friendly Enemy: He really just wants to play soccer with Tenma.
  • Fighting Spirit: Solar God Apollo and Armed in Chrono Stone.
  • Fusion Dance: With Zhuge Liang
  • Glass Cannon: Plot-wise, at least. He has powerful shoots, but a weak body due to his ilness. The title for an episode about him was even titled "Glasswork Genius".
  • Handicapped Badass: Of the terminal disease variant. He is known as a genius player who only appears once in a decade. While he only plays for the team in the semi-final because he was in the hospital before, he shows to be a very competent striker with a powerful Avatar. This is before he finally heals for good.
  • Keet: In the show.
  • Ill Boy: He's been having a heart disease ever since he was young.
  • The Last Dance: He goes all out while playing as he's well aware he'll probably die soon.
  • Light Is Not Good: Until we find out Fifth Sector has nothing to do with his plays.
  • Meaningful Name: Both his Japanese and dub given names mean "sun", which is what his techniques are based on, and fits with the rest of Arakumo Gakuen's tendency to be named after celestial bodies.
  • Nice Guy: He really is a friendly and nice guy, both with his teammates and his opponents. His team cares for him in return.
  • Playing with Fire/The Power of the Sun: His avatar Taiyou Shin Apollo and avatar hissatsu Sunshine Force are this: After he summons his avatar, he gathers orange energy in his hands, then combines the energy and releases it as the avatar is doing the same. Next, the avatar puts the energy in the ball and it takes the appearance of a sun, which Taiyou then kicks towards the goal.
  • The Rival: In fact, created to be Tenma's true rival: facing off each other with the passion for soccer. They were also officially likened to the north wind and the sun from Aesop's fables.
  • Shock and Awe: In Chrono Stone, while mixi-maxed with Zhuge Liang.
  • Stellar Theme Naming: The members of his team, Arakumo Gakuen, are named after the celestial bodies. Tayiou's name means "sun".
  • Stepford Smiler: To an extent, type A. Most noticeable when he cheerfully says he'll be okay to Fuyuka, but his smile disappears soon as she's out of his room.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Purple hair when mixi-maxed. Otherwise, he has a normal hair color.

    Dragonlink 

Senguuji Yamato / Quentin Cinquedea

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Voiced by: Yuuki Hayashi

  • The Ace: He can play as a Forward while being a Goalkeeper.
  • Generation Xerox: He looks exactly like his father, only younger.
  • Pride: Which led to his team's downfall. They are so proud of and reliant to their Avatars that if you strip them off, they are reduced to nothing.

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Tsurugi Yuuichi / Vladimir Blade

Voiced by: Tomoaki Maeno

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  • The Ace: In the altered reality of Chrono Stone, he is an ace striker.
  • Beauty Mark: He has a mole below his lower lip.
  • Casting a Shadow: During his short time on Raimon in Chrono Stone, he uses both the hissatsu Death Drop and the avatar Ma Senshi Pendragon during the match against Protocol Omega, both having the darkness element.
  • Disappears into Light: His alternate timeline self in Chrono Stone.
  • Expository Hairstyle Change: Has the same hairstyle as his brother in Chrono Stone, which probably signifies that the timeline has been messed with.
  • Fighting Spirit: Demon Warrior Pendragon and Armed as well.
  • First-Name Basis: Naturally, due to being Tsurugi's brother.
  • Fusion Dance: He can fuse with his brother in Chrono Stone.
  • Guest-Star Party Member: His alternate timeline self joined Raimon in Chrono Stone, but only for one match, because after winning the match against Protocol Omega, his alternate self vanished.
  • Go Out with a Smile: His alternate timeline self in Chrono Stone, after Raimon prevent Protocol Omega from interfering with the accident, smiles before vanishing because he was glad that his brother can play soccer again.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: He got crippled when saving his brother from falling from a tree. And in Chrono Stone, he doesn't mind returning to the reality where he is crippled at all for his brother's sake, even if it means his alternate timeline self will disappear.
  • Ill Boy: He's been living in the hospital for 6 years due to his legs being badly injured in an accident in which he tried to save his brother.
  • Morality Pet: It's complicated. His little brother is serving Fifth Sector for his sake, but at the same time because Yuuichi loved soccer, he hates seeing how corrupt it is because of Fifth Sector.
    • And of course this is all without Yuuichi's knowledge. Until Episode 16.

    Fifth Sector 

Kinzan Kyouzou / Mister Goldwin

Kuroki Zenzou / Saber Sabel

Ishido Shuuji / Alex Zabel (Gouenji Shuuya / Axel Blaze)

Voiced by: Hirofumi Nojima
Fifth Sector's Holy Emperor. Why does he want to rule football...?

For a list of tropes applying to Ishido Shuuji, see his character entry as Gouenji Shuuya in here.

Senguuji Daigo / Gyan Cinquedea

    Zero 

Hakuryuu / Bailong

Voiced by: Jun Fukuyama
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  • Ascended Extra: He becomes part of Raimon in the Raimei version of the Chrono Stone game (while in the other Neppuu version and the anime, Taiyou takes his place).
  • Blow You Away: He also combines it with his light theme.
  • Breath Weapon: Shining Dragon's White Breath technique.
  • The Captain: Of Unlimited Shining and Zero in the movie. He later became the captain of Resistance Japan in Galaxy.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: When he faces off Raimon with his team Unlimited Shining, they are much stronger, winning with a score of 12-0 against them.
  • Does Not Like Spam: In the Raimei version of the Chrono Stone game, he reveals that he doesn't like chocolate.
  • Elemental Hair Colors: To go with his light team, he has white-ish hair. This contrasts with Shuu's dark hair and dark team.
  • Fighting Spirit: Holy Beast Shining Dragon; and Holy Knight Arthur.
  • Fusion Dance:
    • He fuses his avatar Shining Dragon with Shuu's avatar Darkness God Dark Exodus to create Holy Knight Arthur.
    • In the Chrono Stone game, he mixi-maxes with Zhuge Liang.
  • Heel–Face Turn: During the match between Raimon and Zero, after Tsurugi makes him realize his corrupted soccer isn't the best, he remembers how fun it was when he was young and has a change of heart. He plays the rest of the match for fun.
  • Light 'em Up: All his signature hissatsu techniques are light-themed. White Hurricane, which he uses to shoot a golden hurricane, as well as the avatar hissatsu White Breath, which his dragon avatar uses to throw a beam of light through his mouth.
  • Light Is Not Good: He has light-based techniques, he has light hair and skin, and he's part of the light-themed team Unlimited Shining, one of the strongest teams serving Fifth Sector.
  • Meaningful Name: It literally means "white dragon", refering to his avatar. The same goes for the dub, but in Chinese.
  • Multicolored Hair: He is blond but his pony tail is blue-ish.
  • Only One Name: He appears to have only one name.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: He is one of several antagonists with red eyes.
  • The Rival: He had a rivality with Tsurugi when they were both training on God Eden. However, they still have respect for each other.
  • Shock and Awe: While mixi-maxed with Zhuge Liang in Chrono Stone.
  • Tail Slap: Uses Shining Dragon's tail to beat his opponents.
  • White Hair, Black Heart: He's a SEED with white hair.
  • Yin-Yang Bomb: Canonically, he has the most moves with this trope.
    • His obligatory combination hissatsu with Shuu, Zero Magnum.
    • Shining Dragon fuses with Dark Exodus to make Holy Knight Arthur.
    • Great Blaster, which makes Tsurugi the yin instead of Shuu.

Shuu / Tezcat

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Voiced by: Miyuki Sawashiro

  • Affably Evil: Despite being part of a team serving Fifth sector and believing that soccer is all about power, he shows to be quite respectful, allowing Raimon to train on his island after they have a short match. He also seems to get along well with Tenma and partially helps Hakuryuu in becoming a better person.
  • Big Damn Hero: In Chrono Stone, he cuts off the A5's attack and spirits Raimon away from the battle.
  • Break the Cutie: He tried to stop his sister from being sacrificed into the sea. In doing this he lost everything and grew a hatred for soccer — the method in which the sacrifice was chosen.
  • Broken Bird: He couldn't bring himself to love soccer anymore after his sister died in an attempt to save her with a soccer match. At least until Tenma changes his view.
  • The Captain: Of Ancient Dark.
  • Dark Is Evil: He is a member of Ancient Dark, a darkness-elemental team team whose members feed on the opponents' negative emotions.
  • Dead All Along: At the end of the movie, he vanishes into nowhere, showing that he was a spirit all along. In the game, it's revealed that after his sister's death, he wandered until he himself died.
  • Disappearsinto Light: At the end of the movie, he turns into light (or shadow) as his spirit vanishes.
  • Fighting Spirit: Darkness God Dark Exodus; and Holy Knight Arthur.
  • Fusion Dance:
    • He fuses his avatar Darkness God Dark Exodus with Hakuryuu's avatar Shining Dragon to create Holy Knight Arthur.
    • Asks Wonderba to be Mixi-Maxed with Tenma
  • Heel–Face Door-Slam: Played with since he was apparently always dead, but this is only revealed after he becomes good at the end of the movie, when his spirit vanishes for good.
  • Heel–Face Turn: At the end of the match between Raimon and Zero, he drops the cynicism view that soccer is all about power and starts seeing it as a fun game.
  • Multicolored Hair: He has two strands that are black, white and red.
  • No Name Given: Only one of his names is revealed (it's unknown whether it's his first-name or surname), but considering he had a sister (who is only known as "Shuu's sister"), it's likely he has both a surname and a given name.
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    Chrono Storm 

Fei Rune / Fey Rune

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Voiced By: Akiko Kimura

Nanobana Kinako / Goldie Lemmon

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Voiced By: Aoi Yūki

  • Action Girl: The only female player in Raimon and was able to compete with Tsurugi.
  • Damsel in Distress: During the time Raimon became part of King Arthur's story, she gets captured by a brainwashed Master Dragon who tried going after princess Merola.
  • Death by Childbirth: Her adult self died giving birth to Fei Rune.
  • Fighting Spirit: Priestess of the Dawn Amaterasu and Armed.]]
  • Fusion Dance: With Master Dragon.
  • Genki Girl: You know it's bad when she leaves Tenma speechless.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: When Master Dragon tried capturing Aoi in the role of Princess Merola, Kinako pushed her out of the way, leading to her getting captured instead.
  • Luke, I Am Your Father: Her adult self from the future is Fei's mother. Her future husband Asurei Rune sent her young self back in time to watch over their son.
  • Meaningful Name: Her given name roughly means "yellow flour", refering to the roasted flower used to make a type of mochi. This is a pun on her signature hissatsu, Mochi Mochi Kinako Mochi.
  • More Deadly Than the Male: She defeated Tsurugi and won her number 10 uniform.
  • Motherly Side Plait: Hairstyle seen as an adult.
  • The Smurfette Principle: She was the only female player in Raimon.
  • Theme Naming: Yellow in the colour theme naming of the girls.

Zanark Avalonic

Voiced By: Katsuyuki Konishi (Japanese), Seth Leslie (English, anime)
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Tobu / Sor

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Voiced By: Yukiji

    El Dorado 

Alpha

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Voiced By: Kissho Taniyama (Japanese), Seth Leslie (English, anime)

Beta

Voiced By: Mariya Ise
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Gamma

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Voiced By: Yuuki Tai (Japanese)

Ray Rukh / Ar Ecks

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Voiced By: Kouno Yutaka

  • Anti-Villain: Yeah, the weird looking creepy guy still isn't the Big Bad.
  • Bald of Evil: His hairstyle is a buzz-cut, close enough to count.
  • Black Knight: He's the Black Knight that brainwashes the Master Dragon.
  • The Captain: Of Perfect Cascade.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Will use any situation or tricks to his advantage if it will ensure his team will level up as they attempt to fulfill their mission.
  • Dragon Rider: He's the "dark knight" from King Arthur's story who brainwashed and controled the Master Dragon.
  • Exotic Eye Designs: Has Diamond shaped pupils.
  • Evil Counterpart: To Fey Lune. To the point that their names sound very similar.
  • Fighting Spirit: Artificial Avatar Plasma Shadow OF and Armed.
  • Just Toying with Them: Uses Practice mode against Raimon and Normal Dive when they all bring out the Miximax and armed.
  • Kick the Dog: Smiles at the fact that he caused the elderly and dying dinosaur Rockstar to die sooner than expected by mind controlling her. Also brainwashing the Master Dragon and being willing to let her get killed so he can have a chance of taking out Raimon and erasing them along with King Arthur's world.
  • Mind Control: Inflicts this on the Dinosaur Rockstar and the Master Dragon. Uses the Mass Hypnosis on Dinosaurs to make them attack bot his team and Raimon's.
  • Purple Is Powerful: Wears a purple cape, has glowing purple eyes, and has magic that is purple when he's the Black Knight.
  • Red and Black and Evil All Over: His avatar or when he's armed.
  • Robotic Reveal: Turns out him and the rest of his team are androids.
  • Spell My Name with an "S": Probably the most egregious example in the series. One could spell his name as any of the following: Ray Rukh (as stated above), Ray Ruke, Rei Rukh, Rey Ruke, Rei Ruku, Lay Luke, and so on.
  • Super Form: He has a "Hyper Dive Mode" which allows him to release even greater limits.
  • The Stoic: Even when he's smiling.

El Dorado leadership

A group of elderly men who rule the world in the future. in order to erase the rebelling Second Stage Children from history they are attempting to Ret-Gone soccer so that they will never be born, as they are descended from soccer players. The two named members are Sakamaki Togurou and the leader Toudou Heikichi.

Voiced By: Masaki Aizawa (Toudou), Kouji Ishii (Togurou)

  • Big Bad: Of Chrono Stone.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Togurou will use Dinosaurs or anything else that can help in defeating Raimon.
  • Evil Old Folks
  • Fantastic Racism: Towards Second Stage Children.
  • Mr. Exposition: El Dorado sometimes serve this role. Such as Todou explaining why they don't just interfere on a greater scale in the past and how Tobu ended up in the past.
  • Ret-Gone: Attempting to wipe soccer from existence to wipe out the Second Stage Children. Also attempt to wipe out anyone connected to soccer that gets in their way.
  • Self-Fulfilling Prophecy: Believed that Second Stage Children would become a threat to the world so they experimented on and tried to wipe them out on top of being racist to them. It was because of this very mistreatment that they created Feida to strike back against El Dorado and the world at large.
  • Was It Really Worth It?: Togurou questions whether they did the right thing by preventing humanity from evolving to the next level.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Sakamaki has purple hair.
  • You Have Failed Me: Whenever a member of Protocol Omega fails enough they are sent to Infinity Prison.

    Feida 

Saryuu Evan (Codename: SARU) / Simeon Ayp

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Voiced By: Nobuhiko Okamoto

Meia / Mehr and Giris / Ghiris

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Voiced By: Hinako Sasaki (Meia), Takuya Eguchi (Giris)

    Other Characters 

Clark Wonderbat / Clark von Wunderbar

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Voiced By: Hiroyuki Yoshino

  • Beary Funny
  • Butt-Monkey: His position as coach is always taken over by other characters, which includes Raimon's orignal coaches, historical figures and a friggin pterasaur. In fact the amount of times he actually go to be a coach can be counted with one handnote .
  • Everything Talks
  • Large Ham
  • Mr. Exposition: Shares this role with Fey regarding the Time Travel business.
  • Power-up Full Color Change: Turns pink when excited.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: Calls himself "The great coach Wonderbat-sama" and is quietly ignored by Raimon team.
  • Sucks at Dancing: When he has a mini dance competition against Nishiki, he is shown to be as bad at dancing as the former.

Professor Arno Crossword / Doctor Cross Word Cryptix

Voiced By: Creator/Naomi Kusumi
  • The Engineer: He created the time machine.
  • Mr. Exposition: His primary role is to explain the mechanics of time travel.
  • Stealth Hi/Bye: He has a habit of appearing out of nowhere to explain things, than vanishing just as quickly (often when asked a question that he'd rather not answer).

Helper X / Benefactor X (Asurei Rune / Aslei Rune)

Voiced By: Creator/Hiroshi Yanaka
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Master Dragon / Queen of Dragons

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Inazuma Eleven GO Galaxy

    Inazuma Japan/Earth Eleven 

Kuroiwa Ryuusei / Astero Black ( Kageyama Reiji / Ray Dark)

The new coach for Inazuma Japan as well as the Second Stage Children Team Excellar in the games, famous for his merits outside of Japan and asked personally to be the coach. Believed to be Kageyama and is working with Endou Mamoru.

For a list of tropes applying to Kuroiwa Ryuusei, see his character entry as Kageyama Reiji in here.

Mizukawa Minori / Glacia Vessal

Voiced By: Ayahi Takagaki
The newest manager. She appears to work for Kurosawa.

Ibuki Munemasa / Terry Archibald

Voiced By: Tatsuhisa Suzuki
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Former basketball player who has joined Inazuma Japan in order to earn money to go abroad and join a overseas basketball team.

  • Anime Hair: Ibuki has unusually spiky white hair.
  • Badasses Wear Bandanas: Ibuki wears a black bandana and is one of the best goalkeepers in GO Galaxy after he discovers his full potential.
  • Determinator: Ibuki takes his role as the goalkeeper of Inazuma Japan seriously and always tries his hardest. This results in him butting heads with Shindou during the first matches since Shindou won't let him try to stop the ball and does it in his place.
  • Heel Realization: The last match to the semi-finals made him realize that his I Work Alone mentality is not for the best and he becomes more willing to cooperate with his team.
  • It's All About Me: Ibuki believed that it was due to him that his basketball club won all matches. Because of this he leaves the club.
  • I Work Alone: This was what had gotten Ibuki to split up from his old club's teammates. He believed that it is because of him that the basketball team continued to win and tells the team to leave everything concerning the victory to him even though basketball requires a team working together to win. This ended up fueling his ego and made Ibuki do things on his own, which lead to the basketball team's downfall. It was another reason why Shindou looked down on him at first. Luckily, he gets better and realized his mistake.
  • Inferiority Superiority Complex: He realizes that he isn't good at the game, but he won't stop trying until Shindou no longer looks down on him.
  • White Hair, Black Heart: Averted. He has white hair but he is not a bad person at all, just a bit arrogant.

Morimura Konoha / Trina Verdure

Voiced By: Aoi Yūki
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Minaho Kazuto / Keenan Sharpe

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Voiced By: Tsubasa Yonaga

  • Amateur Sleuth: He's learning in order to become a true detective.
  • Disappeared Dad: His father died when he was still a child.
  • Innocently Insensitive: Minaho is a nice person at heart, but his sleuthing and deductive reason into his teammates' personal lives can push them the wrong way.
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: Minaho has orange hair and green eyes. He's also one of the main characters in Galaxy.

Manabe Jinichirou / Zippy Lermer

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  • Awesomeness by Analysis: Manabe tries to invoke this in the match against Teikoku, but fails.
  • If My Calculations Are Correct: He often makes calculations regarding the way the opponents may pass the ball. It didn't work at first given his lack of experience in football.
  • I Meant to Do That: During the Australia match where he tries to shoot but accidentally trips, tipping the ball in. When Tenma congratulates him on his goal, Manabe says this.
  • "Well Done, Son!" Guy: Manabe claims that he hates his parents but in fact, he hates himself for not meeting his father's expectations.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: He has light purple hair.

Tetsukado Shin / Frank Foreman

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Joined Inazuma Japan in order to fix his family's fishing boat. A former boxer.

Kusaka Ryuuji / Buddy Fury

Voiced By: Fumihiro Okabayashi
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A delinquent who has dropped out of five schools before joining Inazuma Japan.

  • Berserk Button: Being insulted sends him into a fit of rage. By episode 9 his 'furious mode' is revealed.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: He is generally civil to other people until someone tells him he is weak.
  • The Big Guy: The tallest member and one of the physically strongest members of Inazuma Japan.
  • Eyes Always Shut: Kusaka always keeps his eyes closed. When he gets angry, he opens them.
  • Japanese Delinquent: Leader of a gang of other delinquents? Check. Wears a bandana over his head. Check. Prone to violent outbursts and fighting? Check. Has an extremely hot-blooded nature when roused? Check. One of his Hissatsu Shots is a stereotypical pose for yankee types? Check. Yes, we have a bonafide Delinquent.
  • Super Strength: Kusaka seems to be one of the stronger characters on the team especially after his 'furious mode' is controlled.

Nozaki Sakura / Cerise Blossom

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Voiced By: Aya Endo
Former member of the rhythmic gymnastics club, she joined Inazuma Japan in order to earn enough money to go abroad and study gymnastics with the best.

  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: At the beginning, Sakura had no problem hurting her own teammates or making them look bad to make herself look good in the initial matches.
  • Lonely at the Top: Her parents pressured her to become the best in the world. As a result, she often tries to make herself stand out at the expense of the safety of her own teammates. Obviously, this meant that she wasn't very liked at her old club.
  • Rose-Haired Sweetie: The rose-haired part is played straight but the sweetie part is subverted initially as Sakura tried to make her teammates look bad while making herself look good during the first matches but after realizing that winning as a team alongside Inazuma Japan is not a bad idea, she becomes nicer to them.
  • Two Girls to a Team: With Konoha.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: She has pink hair.

Matatagi Hayato / Falco Flashman

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Voiced By: Kaito Ishikawa
Former member of Kaiou's athletics club, he has joined Inazuma Japan in order to buy a large house for his family.

  • Ambiguously Brown: His skin is noticeably a bit darker than other characters, which is most likely a tan due to athletics being a sport held outside.
  • Anime Hair: Like Ibuki, Matatagi's hair is unusually spiky.
  • Big Brother Instinct: Matatagi is quite protective of his two younger brothers, especially since his dad left them and his mother is sick.
  • Darker and Edgier: His dark side form is a literal example of this.
  • Disappeared Dad: His dad left him and his family when he was younger.
  • Fragile Speedster: He's very fast, but he has no defensive hissatsu techniques currently so he can't defend himself against incoming opponents.
  • Hidden Depths: Matatagi appears to be a cheerful guy but he has a rather "dark side" that so far only Minaho has figured out. This can be seen through the advice he has given to both his brothers and Minaho
  • Taking the Heat: For his brothers whenever they steal something.
  • Values Dissonance (In-Universe): The advice he gives in episode 8 to his younger brother when he was caught hiding his friend's toy. Also in the following episode, the suggestion he secretly gives Minaho after he and Manabe got into a fight after a discussion regarding the latter's family.

Ichikawa Zanakurou / Zack Avalon

  • Ambiguously Brown: He has brown skin, just like Zanark.
  • Anime Hair: His hair is spiky and is styled into two ponytails that rest on his shoulders, which are shaped like spheres.
  • Nice Guy: In stark contrast to Zanark, Zanakurou is nice and polite to the members of Earth Eleven and he often gives advice to some of them.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Averted. He has red eyes but is nice to other people.

    Kiel 

Katra Paige / Catora Peiji

Voiced By: Reina Ueda
"Princess of the annihilated planet Kiel. She guides Tenma and the others through Pixie."

  • Big Good: Katra indirectly helps Tenma by telling him to find the four shards necessary to destroy the black hole threatening to engulf the galaxy.
  • Girlish Pigtails: She has long pink hair styled in two twintails.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Katra has pink hair.

    Faram Mobius 

Lalaya Obies / Roleia Orbes

Voiced By: Ayahi Takagaki
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"The young queen who rules Faram Obius. She sees the shadow of her late father in Tsurugi's face."

  • Anti-Villain: She loves and is loved by her people, just wanting them to be happy and smile. The reason why she kidnaps Tsurugi is because she feels that her planet will be even better.
  • A Child Shall Lead Them: Lalaya is now the Queen of Faram Obius due to her late father.Double Subverted since Ruza Donolzen turns out to be the ruler (and a corrupted one too), but gets captured once her coup fails allowing Lalaya to truly rule over Faram Mobius.
  • Damsel in Distress: Lalaya is imprisoned along with Tsurugi for knowing too much about Ruza Donolzen's plan regarding Faram Obius.
  • Genki Girl: Lalaya is very childish and cheerful.
  • Girlish Pigtails: Her dark purple hair is styled in two high ponytails.
  • High-Class Gloves: Purple ones.
  • I Have You Now, My Pretty / And Now You Must Marry Me: Definitely a milder example but she kidnaps Tsurugi for this. However, she gives the choice to him and has yet to decide consequences if he refuses and doesn't seem to have the intention of hurting him.
  • Pimped-Out Dress: As Queen of Faram Obius.
  • Rapunzel Hair: It goes past her knees.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: She has purple hair.

Minel Eiba / Globulus Spaera

Voiced By: Kensuke Satou
"The aide of the young queen Lalaya. Close with the former king Arcous."

  • Undying Loyalty: Towards the former king Arcous and his daughter Lalaya. When Ruza Donolzen tried to take over, it is all but stated that he led the counter-rebellion to stop her coup and give back control to Lalaya.

Barga Zachs / Ogar Circes

Voiced By: Ryou Iwasaki

  • Amazing Technicolor Population: Yellow, compared to the rest of Faram Obius' humanlike skintones.
  • The Brute: He likes to use aggressive plays against his opponents without any regard to their safety.
  • The Big Guy: He is by far the brawniest of the Shitennou of Faram Obius.
  • Fiery Redhead: He is impulsive and violent and has red hair.
  • Rage Quit: He leaves Sandorius Eleven once they decide to play fairly instead of aggressively like he wants.

Hilary Flail / Rondula Flehl

Voiced By: Yuu Kobayashi

Rodan Gasgus / Bala Gasgula

Voiced By: Ayumi Fujimura

  • Horns of Villainy: He has two horns on his forehead and has little concern about the opponents' safety.
  • Role-Ending Misdemeanor: In-Universe example. Due to his attempt to kill Earth Eleven with molten magma, he gets kicked out of Gurdon Eleven.

Ryugel Baran / Ruger Baran

Voiced By: Arthur Lounsbery

Gandales Baran / Gandares Baran

Voiced By: Kazuyuki Okitsu

    Sandorius 

Kazerma Woorg / K-aran Uogu

Voiced By: Kengo Kawanishi
  • The Captain: Of Sandorius Eleven]]
  • Honor Before Reason: Kazerma wants to play the match against Earth Eleven fairly even though his planet will be destroyed if his team loses. Eventually he is able to convince his team to play normally instead of aggressively like Barga wants them to.

    Sazanaara 

Powai Pichori / Plink Powai

Voiced By: Fumiko Orikasa

    Gurdon 

Arbega Gordon / Aoba Gyr

  • Artificial Limbs: He is a part of the pro-machine faction that traded in their wings for mechanical arms.
  • Bird People: Although he has mechanical hands instead of the usual wings of his species.
  • The Captain: Of Gurdon Eleven.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Although he is desperate to save his planet, he is not willing to outright kill Earth Eleven like Rodan attempted and is grateful to his coach for kicking him out of the team.

    Ratoniik 

Banda Koloogyu / Banda Krogue

Voiced By: Jun Konno

  • Character Death: He dies in the match against Earth Eleven due to reaching his lifespan.
  • Insectoid Aliens: As an inhabitant of Latonique, he's a humanoid cricket.
  • Nice Guy: He is enthusiastic about learning new things and meeting other people. Also, he is very nice to the members of Earth Eleven when they reach planet Latonique.
  • Your Days Are Numbered: Because his species evolved from bugs, they have a short lifespan. Banda himself dies after the match against Earth Eleven.

Banda Koloogyu Jr

Voiced By: Jun Konno

    Ixal Fleet 

Bitway Ozrock / Ozrock Boldar

Voiced By: Kenjiro Tsuda

Ishigashi Gorham / Meteo Garnet

Voiced By: Aya Endo
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