A Japanese manga series called Blue Lock is currently trending across social media. The series, which focuses on the sports genre, particularly football, is set following the performance of the Japanese soccer team at the 2018 World Cup. An anime adaptation created by 8-Bit was revealed on August 12, 2021.
While we wait for the anime to develop, we’ll provide you with all the information you need about the upcoming Episode 2 of Blue Lock, which is scheduled to be released on October 15, 2022.
Blue Lock Episode 2 Release Date
According to what we currently know, Blue Lock Episode 2 will be released on October 15, 2022. The title of the episode is now unknown. However, we will update the post as soon as it is released. On October 8, 2022, the preceding episode of the show aired.
- Pacific Daylight Time: 9:30 AM
- Time Zone Central: 11:30 CDT
- 5:30 PM GMT, British Time
- Time Zone Europe: 6:30 CEST
- Eastern Standard Time: 12:30 p.m., 10:00 p.m.
According to your location, you can see here when Blue Lock Episode 2 will air. This is the episode’s official release schedule.
Blue Lock Episode 2 Storyline
Blue Lock Episode 2 starts. After losing the World Cup, there was unrest among the Japanese soccer community. Many of the sport’s more seasoned supporters don’t mind the absence of trophies, but newbie Anri Teiri is incensed by the situation and motivated to fix the issue she sees with Japanese players.
Anri Teiri is employed by renegade trainer Jinpachi Ego. He gathers 300 of the greatest soccer players in the nation and sends them to a facility for training. There, he refines them until they are the nation’s top strikers. One of the boys selected for the camp was Yoichi Isagi.
Blue Lock Episode 2 Countdown
Blue lock Episode 2 will be released after four days and five hours.
Where to watch Blue Lock Episode 2?
Crunchyroll is the only location where you can regularly watch Blue Lock. The series is routinely broadcast on Crunchyroll. However, you must watch it in Japanese with English subtitles. Blue Lock is also available on other streaming services, but they don’t update their episodes as frequently, so you can’t view the most recent ones. Keep in mind that not all regions worldwide have access to Blue Lock episodes on Crunchyroll.
Additionally, the streaming platform has confirmed that Blue Lock episodes would be dubbed in English, German, French, Brazilian Portuguese, and Latin American Spanish later on. In Japan, Blue Lock Episode 2 will be broadcast on AT-X, BS Asahi, and the NUMAnimation block of TV Asahi. Animax Asia, Ani-One Asia, and Bilibili include English subtitles for Blue Lock Episode 2.