Football comics you should read before watching the Euro

Let’s have a look at the best comics series about football you should check out. The Manga series below more or less makes you eager for a while.


King sport is always a fascinating subject both in real life, in the movies and in the comic world. This is evidenced by the number of readers who reach out to support the series below.

Fantasista

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Fantasia was an extremely hot soccer comic series in Japan in the 1990s. Expressing the passion for football and the dream of international expansion of this country in the sport of kings. The story is rated to be quite good quality, can be compared with other popular sports manga. The main character in Fantasia is a boy on the path to conquering his passion. Children always want to improve themselves and enter the professional football arena.

Jindo

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The next series of good football comics is Jindo. Exploit quite funny narrative. Jindo story tells the life of Jindo (the main character of the series) and his tricks. Orphaned from a young age, Jindo lived with his father who was a street inventor (often his inventions were useless) with no qualifications or more like scams. When he was a child living in Japan, after finishing primary school, he went to China with his father and here Jindo studied KungFu. Jindo is not afraid of heaven or earth, like to do what it is. After he entered middle school JIndo attended Seiga Junior High School, where he started a series of frantic and exciting days around games, soccer and everyday life. On the first day of trouble with childhood friend Yura Kazuma.

Giant Killing

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Giant Killing is a fairly new sports comic series and is loved by young people, more attractive than any comic of the same genre. The story is about the sport of king, which is football. The story promises to bring great moments to the fans of this sport. Difficulties, frustrations, and frustrations seem to culminate when ETU (East Tokyo United) continues to lose the 5th game in a row, ranking last in the rankings, fans are discouraged, coaches are dismissed, player sold. At this moment the team can only blame the coach of the team. Then everything will go anywhere, what makes the attraction of the series so big in the hearts of Japanese readers.

Top 3 best comic books about sports in Jump history

Weekly Shonen Jump has created many countless comics of all kinds, loved by many people. One of the most charismatic genres is sports genre comics.


In a myriad of genres that are loved by the audience, sport is indispensable. Today we will take a look at 3 of Jump’s most popular sports comic. The ranking is done a survey and published on Goo Ranking.

1. Slam Dunk – 1,191 votes

This is probably a popular series that everyone who loves sports must know, not only does the series inspire a passion for basketball for so many generations.

Slam Dunk is a comic that talks about Shohoku which is a high school basketball team. The main character of this comic is Hanamichi Sakuragi, a record holder of “T squared” (falling in love), with outstanding strength and very hot blood, leading a group of disruptive students.

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Although he came to basketball because he wanted to get the attention of his friend Haruko, Hanamichi has really found love for this subject since playing basketball. It is Slam Dunk’s meaningful and humorous story that makes it an extremely memorable and worth watching anime among sports series.

2. Haikyuu – 546 votes

Haikyuu tells about Hinata Shouyou, a junior high school student who wishes to become a volleyball athlete after watching a match. He decided to join the high school volleyball team, and after finding enough members he was able to join the first match in his life after 3 years of waiting.

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Here he encounters Tobio’s court and is knocked out for the first match, but he is still determined to train to revenge. However, when going to level 3, in the wrong way, how do these two people become each other’s teammates?

3. Kuroko no Basket – 463 votes

Kuroko no Basket is a sports comic that talks about Teikou Middle School basketball team. This is a legendary team known as the “Generation of Miracles”. After graduating, these 5 stars moved to various high schools in basketball. However, little is known about player 6 with the nickname “ghost” – Kuroko Tetsuya.

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Without potential, Kuroko Tetsuya moved to the school with the new basketball team. But Kuroko met Kagami Taiga – the specter and the light that met, they together tried to fulfill their goals and dreams to bring Seirin to the Japanese championship.