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When Haruka, Makoto, Nagisa and Rin were in elementary school, they swam together in a relay race and won the match. As Rin was on his way to Australia to train to become an Olympic champion, the gang decided to bury their trophy in a time capsule and retrieve it when they all had grown up. Now, Haruka, Makoto and Nagisa have reunited in high school and decide to dig up the prize. But on the way there, they run into none other than Rin, and he's determined to show Haru who's the best! As a result of this fateful meeting, the three friends decide to start a swim club, along with fellow classmate Rei, and their rival's little sister Gou as the team manager. Can the gang hold their own against Rin and prove their skills at the Prefectural Tournament?
Another one of your generic sports anime, but about swimming! Lots of ab fanservice so there's a warning. If you like anime like Haikyuu!! Or Kuroko's Basketball you might enjoy Free!~!
Both are anime are focused on High School team sports where the main characters band together to improve themselves and face their opponents as best they can. In each, members that want the club are tasked with finding others to join and convince them to do so via a race.
Prince of Stride is the new series about sport and a lot of bishonen. But Free was so perfect, with all the caracteristics of Prince of Stride, with better direction, animation, scenario and characters. If you like Prince of Stride, you will really really really like Free.
Both shows are sports anime, but it's more than that. The friendly but intense competition between athletes is beautiful in an emotional way. The animation quality is on par with each other. Two characters are very similar to each other, Haruka Nanase (Free!) and Takeru Fujiwara (Prince of Stride). Both are serious and emotional but also hilarious and full of comedic relief when necessary.
They share some similarities that make rather identical... some of them are:
-they are short animes with only 12 episodes
-both plots are about a washed-up high school sports club (that was known as it's best club within said sport) that gets renewed/revived and makes it great again within said sport
-character designs. For instance they both got a boy that would do great within cross-dressing, a stoic and a guy that seems rather happy-go-lucky at first glance
One of the differences however, is the fan servive. You liked "Prince of Stride" but want more abs, swimming and less clothes? Go watch "Free!" Liked "Free!" but want less focus on fan service and more running? Go watch "Prince of Stride"
They both are sports animes, they have the general slice of life concept, the main characters have the same emotional struggles with their sport, AND YOU WILL SHIP LITERALLY EVERYTHING.
Both of these shows are about the thrining adventures of friendship and sports. These two shows tell you that everything is more fun when you work togther.
Shouyou Hinata began playing volleyball after seeing the "little giant" who played the sport when he was in elementary school. He suffers a crushing defeat in his first and last tournament in middle school at the hands of his rival Tobio Kageyama. So, Hinata joins Karasuno High School's volleyball team, vowing revenge against Kageyama. However, Kageyama is also on Karasuno's team. The former rivals form a legendary combo with Hinata's mobility and Kageyama's precision ball-handling. Together, they take on the local tournaments and vow to meet Karasuno's fated rival school in the nationals.
First off, it's a sports anime, so it's automatically in the same catagory. But the main characters of Prince of Stride reminded me so much of Hinata and Kageyama in the first episode, that I had to make a recommendation after watching the first episode.I can already guarantee that this anime will be a 10/10 for me. So if you like Haikyuu! you should try this show out and see if you like it!
Both are High School team sports where the main characters band together to improve themselves and face their opponents as best they can. It doesn't hurt that the two first years in both anime have some similar personality traits.
It's a great anime, and the main characters are all very attractive, athletic young men.
The series is about an extreme form of sport known as "Stride." It involves 6 players on a team that runs relay races in towns. The story takes place at Honan Academy where first year high school students Takeru Fujiwara and Nana Sakurai try to recruit members for their "Stride" club. They request Riku Yagami to join with the help of Takeru and Nana. Their goal is to compete and win the "End of Summer," a top competition hosted in Japan alongside other schools. (from kissanime.to)
They were known as the 'Generation of Miracles' – five basketball prodigies who helped lead Teiko Middle School's basketball team to glory, defeating anyone who got in their way. But a mysterious rumor tells of a sixth, a phantom player who the five prodigies respected greatly. That boy is Tetsuya Kuroko, a freshman at Seirin High and the newest member of the basketball club. Alongside strong teammates such as Taiga Kagami, Kuroko will use his unique skills on the court to help the team defeat old rivals and make their way to the championships.
Both anime are about sports. Basketball and Stride with parkour elements. And they both include a team of guys, who will do anything to win.It's all about friendship, reaching your goals and victory.
Both are High School team sports where the main characters band together to improve themselves and face their opponents as best they can.
After the last swimming competition, the bonds between Haru, Makoto, Nagisa and Rei have greatly deepened. With each passing day, each member continued to grow. Rin tries to overcome his past and, with the help of his new teammates, aims to create the strongest swim team yet. Holding on to their ambitions, they face themselves and welcome the new summer!
Those two animes are kind of the same, in both of them stories are built up around sports. Characters show their passion for sports and the way its motivation is enhanced by its team mates support.
You'll enjoy watching the way they fight for the sake of the teams, and how trust relationships grow among them, showing how important team work is and its impact on day life.
Internal battles, self-confidence problems, tough rivals, funny moments,handsome muscled up guys... you won't miss any of this in these two animes. You'll even find the same relationships patterns, furthermore,each character in free has its personality analogous in prince of stride in some way. If you enjoyed one of them , you'll enjoy the other as well.
Cuz it's gay sports anime.
Honestly why else would you watch it? It's teenage boys hanging out 24/7
And it's gay.
Just press play bruh
The invention of Grav-Shoes, footwear that function as antigravity devices, drastically changes the world, as they give people the ability to freely soar the skies. Asuka Kurashina transfers into Kunahama High school, where she meets Masaya Hinata and Misaki Tobisawa, finds out about the aerial sport that's rapidly gaining popularity—Flying Circus—and immediately joins the school's FC Club. She and her teammates sometimes clash, but they also support one another in the pursuit of their respective goals as they take on formidable rivals and look to triumph in the summer FC tournament.
I think that both these anime are similar because they both are focused on sports and competition. They both show that you really just have to find something you enjoy in what you do- although Four Rhythm is more on the sci-fi side than Prince of Stride is. Both also show characters helping each other out, as well as rivals supporting each other and cheering each other on.
Haruki Bandou was born into a family of Judo martial artists and expected to continue the family legacy. But he's about to trade Judo for…cheerleading?! When his childhood friend Kazuma Hashimoto invites him to join the BREAKERS, a male cheerleading club, Haru finds himself amongst a quirky group of boys. Can this squad of slightly odd and cute members make a breakthrough in college athletics?
Both are about guys striving to form or reform an athletic team and ending up with some unlikely teammates who may not seem cut out for it at first. Through ups and downs, they work hard through internal conflicts, disagreements, and any other problems that try to stop them. They have some similar character types too.
With no skills or outstanding features, one boy hides a passionate heart, Tsukushi Tsukamoto. The other is a lonely soccer genius, Jin Kazama. The winds of change begin to blow in the world of high school soccer as these two boys with nothing in common come together. The curtain on this hot-blooded, touching story is rising...
One month after the Nautilus disaster, reconstruction in industrial London is progressing, and a celebration is about to be held at Buckingham Palace.