The Blue Lock Episode 11 will air on TV Asahi on Sunday, December 18, 2022, at 1:30 am JST. It will be available for streaming on Crunchyroll internationally, except in a few select countries where it can be streamed on Netflix.
In the previous episode, Team Z attempted to make a comeback with the help of Nagi Seishiro, who had a breakthrough and scored an impressive goal. Despite this, Team Z continued to fight and even scored using Isagi’s ability to predict the future. Later in the episode, Kuon sacrifices himself to prevent Team V from scoring a fifth goal.
Blue Lock Episode 11 Release date and where to watch
Blue Lock episode 11 is scheduled for release on December 18, 2022. However, the release time will vary according to different time zones, allowing many international fans to watch it on December 17, 2022.
Blue Lock episode 11 will be released at the following times internationally:
- Pacific Standard Time: 7 am, Saturday, December 17
- Central Standard Time: 9 am, Saturday, December 17
- Eastern Standard Time: 10 am, Saturday, December 17
- British Standard Time: 3 pm, Saturday, December 17
- Central European Time: 4 pm, Saturday, December 17
- Indian Standard Time: 10 pm, Saturday, December 17
- Philippine Standard Time: 12:30 am, Sunday, December 18
- Australia Central Standard Time: 2 am, Sunday, December 18
Most regions of the world will be able to stream Blue Lock episode 11 on Crunchyroll. In certain Asian countries, including Japan, India, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand, the episode will also be available to watch on Netflix.
In South and Southeast Asian countries, Blue Lock episode 11 will also be available to stream on Ani-One Asia Ultra, a membership service offered on the Ani-One Asia YouTube channel.
Blue Lock Episode 11 What to expect?
Blue Lock episode 11 will pick up where the previous episode left off, with Isagi likely preparing Team Z’s final attack against Team V. With the score tied at 4-4 and only three minutes remaining, Team Z will need to score the winning goal to move on to the second selection of the Blue Lock Project.
However, it will not be an easy task, especially with Nagi Seishiro having had his awakening. He is now aware of Yoichi Isagi’s abilities and wants to win the match for Reo, with whom he has never lost a match. Thus, fans may see a showdown between Yoichi Isagi and Nagi Seishiro in Blue Lock episode 11.
Blue Lock Episode 11 Recap of episode 10
Blue Lock episode 10, titled Just the Way it is, saw Reo struggling to create an attack when Nagi Seishiro had an awakening. He initiated the attack and scored an outstanding goal with some help from Zantetsu.
Later, Isagi utilized his ability to predict the future and helped Chigiri bypass Nagi and Zantetsu, allowing Team Z to score their fourth goal and tie the score at 4-4.
As Team V was about to score their fifth goal, Kuon, who had regained his memories, grabbed Nagi to stop their attack, resulting in him receiving a red card.
After Iemon saved Reo’s free kick, Isagi prepared to lead Team Z’s final attack.
Blue Lock Episode 11 Conclusion
Blue Lock episode 11 will be released on December 18, 2022. It will be available to stream on Crunchyroll and Netflix in select countries. It will continue from where the previous episode left off, with Team Z facing off against Team V in a crucial match. However, the task will not be easy, as Nagi Seishiro has had an awakening and wants to win the match for Reo. Check back at Animedaily for updates on this exciting anime series.