All Japan Jr. Youth (全日本ジュニアユース) or Japan Jr. is the U-16 selection of Japan.
This is the team which was part of the International Jr. Youth Tournament that took place during the J Boys' Challenge arc. It is the first Japanese team to compete in U-16 European and South American standards.
- Home: white shirt with Japanese flag, royal blue for the collar and royal blue stripes on the sleeves, white shorts and white socks with royal blue stripes. The captain armband is white with blue horizontal stripes. This is Japan 1984 home uniform.
- Away: blue shirt with Japanese flag, white collar with a red thin line and a white sleeve borders, blue shorts with a white wide stripe and blue socks.
- Keeper: Green jersey, with black chest and the Japanese flag and white collar, black shorts and white socks. In Rise of New Champions, the keeper's jersey is red.
- Keeper (2): Blue jersey with black collar and shoulders, blue arms and the Japanese flag and black pants with white stripes. This uniform is worn in the manga by Wakabayashi during the matches against France and Germany.
Shin Captain Tsubasa
The uniform is identical to the manga home and keeper versions. Wakabayashi wears a green shirt with white collar, darker green shoulders and grey blue pants with white stripes. Wakashimazu wears a red shirt with teal green chest and black pants, while Morisaki wears an orange jersey with pale yellow chest and white shorts. The captain armband is red.
White shirt with Japanese flag, azure collar and azure stripes on the sleeves, white shorts and white socks with azure stripes and black back number. The goalkeeper uniform is a red shirt with blue shoulders, blue round collar, white sleeves and black pants. The captain armband is yellow.
- Home: blue shirt with JFA logo, white collar with a red ring, 3 white stripes on the sleeves, and white and red curves from the sleeves to the sides of the shirt, white shorts with blue stripes and blue socks. The captain armband is red with white Adidas logo. This is Japan 1999-2000 home uniform.
- Away: white shirt with JFA logo, blue collar with a red ring, 3 blue stripes on the sleeves, and blue and red curves from the sleeves to the sides of the shirt, blue shorts with white stripes and white socks. This is Japan 1999-2000 away uniform.
- Keeper: jet black long-sleeved jersey, with the JFA logo, the Adidas logo, and grey colors on the chest, yellow shoulder stripes, yellow round collar, with jet black shorts and white socks.
- Home (ep. 29, 34): Blue shirt with blue round collar, medium blue shoulders and sleeves, dark blue rectangle-shaped panels on the sides, Japan flag as logo on the left side of the chest and red sleeve borders, white shorts and dark blue socks. The captain armband is yellow with the flag of Japan. This uniform resembles the one worn by Olympic Japan in Rising Sun.
- Home (epilogue): Similar to Manga home (Japan 1984 home uniform).
- Keeper: N/A
Japan Training camp
Germany Campaign matches
International Jr. Youth Tournament
First, Hyuga was initially chosen to be captain, and gave up the title after the Hamburger friendlies match. Then, Hikaru Matsuyama became the captain during the Germany campaign, but later passed the mark to Tsubasa Ozora for the U-16 International tournament.
|1||GK||Ken Wakashimazu||Toho Academy|
|21||GK||Yuzo Morisaki||Nankatsu middle school|
|22||GK||Genzo Wakabayashi||Hamburger SV Jr. Youth|
|5||DF||Hiroshi Jito||Hirado middle school|
|6||DF||Shingo Takasugi||Nankatsu middle school|
|7||DF||Makoto Soda||Azumaichi middle school|
|12||DF||Hikaru Matsuyama||Furano middle school|
|14||DF||Ryo Ishizaki||Nankatsu middle school|
|2||MF||Masao Tachibana||Hanawa middle school|
|3||MF||Kazuo Tachibana||Hanawa middle school|
|8||MF||Mamoru Izawa||Nankatsu middle school|
|10||MF||Tsubasa Ozora||Nankatsu middle school|
|15||MF||Takeshi Sawada||Toho Academy|
|16||MF||Mitsuru Sano||Hirado middle school|
|24||MF||Jun Misugi||Musashi middle school|
|9||FW||Kojiro Hyuga||Toho Academy|
|17||FW||Hajime Taki||Nankatsu middle school|
|18||FW||Shun Nitta||Otomo middle school|
|19||FW||Kazuki Sorimachi||Toho Academy|
|20||FW||Teppei Kisugi||Nankatsu middle school|
These players joined the training camp, but didn't get selected.
|GK||Masanori Kato||Furano middle school|
|MF||Hideto Koike||Toho Academy|
|MF||Hiromichi Hori||Meiwa Higashi middle school|
|MF||Tetsuo Ishida||Minamiuwa middle school|
|FW||Kazumasa Oda||Furano middle school|
|FW||Kazuto Takei||Minamiuwa middle school|
|FW||Noboru Sawaki||Meiwa Higashi middle school|
- Main article: All Japan Jr. Youth/Gallery
- ↑ Wakabayashi was not able to play in the Germany campaign as his Hamburger SV Jr. Youth contract did not allow it until the U-16 International Jr. Youth Tournament.
- ↑ Also played as FW.
- ↑ Also played as DF.
- ↑ Mistakenly listed as FW in 3109 Nichi Zenkiroku.
- ↑ Also played as DF and FW.
- All Japan Jr. Youth at Captain Tsubasa DB (JP)