Let's play some real football! Shou Kazamatsuri is a middle school student who loves soccer but is not quite adept at it. Shou went for a time to the prestigious Musashi no Mori soccer school, but was disillusioned due to being a bench warmer. Determined to prove his worth, Shou transfers to a school with a little less glitz and a lot more kibitz. But becoming a player takes more than just desire. Join Shou as he works towards his dream of being a star soccer player along with a group of ragtag players determined to be the greatest junior high squad ever assembled!
Kyousuke Kano aspires to become a professional soccer player but decides to quit after endless comparisons to his brother, who is a famous midfielder in AC Milan. However, things change when Kyousuke meets a girl who forces him to coach his school's women's soccer team; and soon thereafter, he rediscovers his love for the sport and decides to pick up the cleats once more. With Kyousuke's passion for the game, he aims to lead his team to the national tournament and win the hearts of many.
Both anime are about soccer or football call it what you like. Both main characters had famous football players as fathers. They are typical sport genre, although they may not seem similiar, as you watch it, you will see counless resemblances.I'm sure you will enjoy both shows equally.
While Kazamatsuri in Whistle is hardworking and simple minded the protagonist in Hungry Heart is hot-temperd and talented. It's all about soccer. Like Mizuno in Whistle, the protagonist Kyosuke Kanou in Hungry Heart has comrades too. They are really awesome.
Ren Mihashi is a timid pitcher with problems; he has no self esteem or confidence, due to the relentless bullying of his once teammates, and is reluctant to play baseball again. However, at Ren's new school, Nishiura Prefectural High, he finds himself picking up the mitt once more. Along with the help of alumni-turned-coach Maria Momoe, tough but supportive Takaya Abe, and the rest of his teammates, Ren will regain his confidence and show the game of baseball who's the boss yet again!
Both of these series are character driven sports anime, which is a rarity in that genre. They also focus on how hard the players practice to become good instead of having it be a miracle discovery. Also! This is my favorite feature! They don't make up names for they're 'moves'! So it never gets annoying to watch, and the outcomes of the games aren't as predictable in these series as they are in most sports anime.
Well both anime concentrate on sports and character development. Main characters aren't very attractive on the first look but as the times passes you grow addicted. Also characters in both anime are easily likeable and because they're typical sport anime most of the time the series are lighthearted and enjoyable for all age viewers.
In junior high school, Toshihiko Tanaka, Kenji Shiraishi, and Kazuhiro Hiramatsu played soccer together and were known as the Golden Trio. As freshmen, the friends decided to enter Kakegawa High School together to be on the same team as Kubo, who became legendary after propelling their newly-founded team to the best eight the previous year. Can they improve their teamwork and individual play to make it all the way to the championship? Together they struggle through the best and worst times of their lives while desperately aiming to reach their dream.
Both series are about playing soccer. The main characters want to be the #1 in their soccer team. They are the ones that gets the team together and get to the top. Aoki Densetsu Shoot have love triangle and Whistle doesn't. So if you like one you'd like the other one.
Kojirou-sensei, the rather indifferent teacher and coach of the school kendo club, is in financial dire straits. As a result, he makes a bet with his fellow kendo coach and former upperclassman to see who can assemble and train the better female kendo team, with the prize for Kojirou being a year's supply of food if he wins. Motivated by the idea of free food for a year, he begins to teach the club seriously; however, most of its members have already graduated, and so he is tasked with assembling members in addition to training them for the competition with his rival. While dealing with his eccentric students, he slowly rediscovers why he loves kendo and what it truly means to be a teacher.
Sport anime about friendship, loyalty and that hard work overcomes talent. There's not much violance in both anime however they are about contact sports so sometimes there is some miss-happening but nothing involving much brutality. If you liked one you should enjoy the other.
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!
If you forget about the age diffrence you will have a great time watching both anime. They are both about soccer, realising one's dreams and friendship.I'm sure if you liked one you'd like the other. It's a really good story about characters evolving.