Blue Lock

Chapter 181 of this manga has made great hype among the viewers. It is anticipated to be released by the 13th of July 2022.

However, do note that the English translation will take some time because the whole translation process involves manga’s complex structure. It includes redrawing and typesetting, proofreading, and of course translation of the text. So after release, it may take more days until the chapter is available to read in your preferred language.

Where to Read?

We don’t recommend any illegal Website or platform to read the manga. You can read Blue lock chapter 181 on Kodansha.

Blue Lock Spoilers Revealed

The Japanese Football Association has hired Jinpachi Ego as Japan’s world coach after seeing the current state of the soccer team. Jinpachi believes that the soccer team lags in aggression and goal-scoring forward. So he decided to establish the Blue Lock, a prison-like facility where three hundred of Japan’s most gifted high school strikers are confined and arched against one another.

Yoichi Isagi, who failed to lead his high school soccer team to the national tournament, has been selected to participate in the parlous project.  when he passed the ball to his teammate he missed that and makes Yoichi think about the fact that if he had been selfish the story might have been different. Yoichi is presented with a golden opportunity for self-discovery by Blue Lock Project. He desires to become the best striker in the world and lead Japan to World Cup glory.

Why read?

The Blue Lock is one of the most read ongoing manga in the sports genre competing with the likes of Aoshi with over 8.5 million copies in circulation without an anime adaptation. Now with the upcoming tv anime, the number is expected to be doubled.

 What is Blue Lock all about?

Blue Lock (Japanese: ブルーロック, Hepburn: Burū Rokku) is a Japanese manga series written by Muneyuki Kaneshiro and illustrated by Yusuke Nomura. It has been serialized in Kodansha’s Weekly Shōnen Magazine since August 2018. An anime television series adaptation by eight-bit is set to premiere in October 2022.

Blue Lock won the 45th Kodasana Manga Award in the shōnen category in 2021.

in 2018, the Japanese national team finished 16th in the FIFA World Cup. As a result, the Japanese Football Union hires the soccer enigma Ego Jinpachi. His master plan to lead Japan to stardom is Blue Lock. A training regimen designed to create the world’s greatest egotist striker. Those who fail Blue Lock will never again be permitted to represent Japan. Yoichi Isagi, is an unknown high school soccer player who is conflicted about his playing style. So he decides to join the program to become the best player in the world.

Things You Should Know About Blue Lock

  1. Blue Lock has proven to be the most exciting and successful, or at the very least one of, modern sports manga–after Haikyuu.

2. Another plot difference between Blue Lock and Haikyuu in how they tell sports-themed stories is the scope. The latter does eventually undergo a time-skip in the manga where we see a core of the main cast playing professionally in Japan.

3. Given the quality in which it portrays the sport through manga, this should easily prove to be an addictive read for manga/anime fans and of the sport itself. It’s heavily fictionalized and isn’t grounded in reality like the revered Haikyuu.

4. Perhaps that’s for the best, and given the story so far in Blue Lock, it could be able to tell a complete, satisfying story in just over 300 chapters.