In order to improve Tsubasa and the others of the golden age, Minato Gamo created a "shadow" Japan Youth team, a sparring partner of the legitimate All Japan. The team originally had 11 players, but since Igawa, Soga, Furukawa and Kazami left the team because of different reasons, it became the "Real Japan 7".
This special team who faced Japan Youth, making Minato Gamo decide to let go Hyuga, Misaki, the Tachibanas, Jito, Soda and Nitta for the 1st Asian Preliminaries and having as condition to come back stronger and beat R.J.7 if they want to become members once more before the 2nd Asian Preliminaries.
- Home: Blue shirt with v-shaped white yoke and white sleeve upper half and white v-neck collar, white shorts with blue stripes and blue socks. The emblem is the Flag of Japan.
- Keeper: Red shirt with black round collar and black shoulders and cuffs, black shorts and white socks.
1994 anime: Red shirt with v-shaped white yoke and white sleeve upper half and white v-neck collar, red shorts with white stripes and red socks. The emblem is the Flag of Japan. The keeper wears a red shirt with white sides and sleeves, blue round collar and shoulders, blue shorts and white socks.
All Real Japan 7 members have special qualities. In the case of R.J.7., Ryoma had his Dragon Shot, Urabe had Sliding Shot, Yumikura had Drive Shot, and the rest were great midfielders, defenders and with a great keeper. They, including the rest of the R.J.11., had enough stamina to endure a whole 90 minutes match, and be able to resist so as to surpass any team that were on the lead with the philosophy of "got one (goal), take one (goal) back".
- Coach Minato Gamo
- ↑ At the time, Hino had not decided which country he would represent.