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Tsubasa Ozora is a young boy with a dream: become a famous soccer player. Through countless adversities including tough rivals and difficult championships, Tsubasa will see if he has what it takes to be a winner. Now, Tsubasa must learn new skills and face his fears to become the best that there is and ultimately reach his goal: the World Cup!
I doubt there's anything more similar, Captain Tsubasa and Inazuma Eleven are both about a group of young football players and that's pretty much it. Everything is packed with overpowered techniques, and oh boy, Inazuma Eleven takes it to a hole another level.
Another nice anime based upon a soccer freak and the spirit of the game. Very nice animation,must watch for soccer lovers.
Inazuma Eleven and Captain Tsubasa revolves around football(soccer) and is the story of two soccer freak.
Failure has a new name: the "never-winning" Kickers. Having lost every match and scored zero goals, the downtrodden soccer team can’t find a single team to play against them. With low spirits, the Kickers are on the verge of breaking up – that is, until the high-spirited and energetic Daichi joins the team! Determined and filled with hope, Daichi organizes a match against the Devils – the strongest team around – in an attempt to revitalize the Kickers and stop the breakup; and thus, the Kickers take their first steps towards a better future. For their friends, for love, for joy, and for the ball!
There aren't a lot of sports anime out there that are aimed solely at young ones; Ganbare and Inazuma Eleven are two such anime. If you liked one, try out the other.
Inazuma and Ganbare! are about a group of really young football players who loves playing the game, that's pretty much it.
After his team was disbanded, Sho Ota is sixth grader determined on finding new members to reassemble the Momotaro Predators. Despite not being very good himself, he loves football with all his heart. He one day wishes to accomplish his candid dream of becoming a professional player.
They are both very much the same the only difference between the 2 is that Inazuma Eleven has "special/super shots" and Ginga E Kickoff is more realistic on that matter, but both series focus on team building and winning tournaments.
I prefer Inazuma 11 its just epic, it follows the real football rules and adds good tactics and powers.
The Iron League: a place where teams of robots, under individual "owners", play various sports and duke it out in tournaments. Mach Windy is a member of Dark Prince, a team that doesn't play fair and fights dirty to win. Unsatisfied with the actions of his teammates, he defects against the will of Dark Prince's nefarious owner and joins Silver Prince: the weakest team in the league. Alongside faithful companions such as Magnum Ace and Bull Armor, Mach Windy and Silver Prince will battle against Dark Prince in games of soccer and baseball, and aim for the top!
Welcome to the game of Live On! In it, people known as Cardlivers use collectible cards to summon mysterious creatures for battles. One such Cardliver is Kakeru, an elementary school student who wants nothing more than to beat his friend Ai in a game. During a stroll through a park Kakeru runs across a hurt puppy named Petal and, using a card that it gives to him, transforms into a wondrous wolf and defeats the dog's would-be and sinister captors. Alongside Petal, Kakeru sets forth with his new cards to become the best Live On player around!
Admittedly, Live On Cardliver is a card battle anime while Inazuma Eleven is solely sports, but they both have a very, very similar feel and I'm almost certain they'll be enjoyed by the same audience. Each is stereotypical shounen fare with an overly eager protagonist and plenty of glorified battles (whether on the field or with monsters). Try it on for size.