Eyeshield 21

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  • 2005
  • 3 Seasons
  • 7.7  (613)

This anime series based on a popular manga tells the story of a boy who joins an American football team in an administrative capacity; his coach wants to keep his unusual athletic abilities a secret. In order to actually play on the field, he dons an opaque eyeshield and the number 21 joins the game. Led by the mysterious Eyeshield 21, the team turns around its fortunes and heads toward the championship.

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Seasons
The Ultimate Evil!
101. The Ultimate Evil!
September 13, 2009
The regional champions go to a place where they decide which regional teams will play against who for the Christmas Bowl.
Overcome Your
102. Overcome Your "Fear!"
September 20, 2009
Sena, Monta, and Suzuna visit Mizumachi in the hospital.
The Invincible Double-Blocker!
103. The Invincible Double-Blocker!
September 20, 2009
Kyoshin and Bando team up to beat Deimon in the 3rd death game.
One Lineman Short!
104. One Lineman Short!
September 20, 2009
In the fourth death game against the Taiyo Spinx, Deimon is left short-handed after Jumonji gets arrested for beating up some punks who were harassing a young girl.
The Last Death Game!
105. The Last Death Game!
September 20, 2009
Deimon vs. the NASA Aliens.
The Demon God Agon Kongo!
106. The Demon God Agon Kongo!
September 27, 2009
An interview with Hiruma and Agon. Later, Sena protects Mamori from Agon.
Shinryuji is the Enemy!
107. Shinryuji is the Enemy!
September 27, 2009
A recap of the Shinryuji and Hiruma, Kurita, and Musahi's involvement.
Sena's a Famous Detective?!
108. Sena's a Famous Detective?!
September 27, 2009
The Devil Bats are given a night cruise on a ship to relax before the game.
His Talent at Catching!
109. His Talent at Catching!
September 27, 2009
Monta battles Ikkyu in a catching battle. Monta loses but vows to beat Ikkyu next time with 100% effort.
The Wall Called
110. The Wall Called "Talent"
October 4, 2009
Unsei explains to Sena and the others why he trains so hard.
The Devil Bats Move Out
111. The Devil Bats Move Out
October 4, 2009
Finally, the match with Shinryuji is about to begin!
Devils vs. Dragons
112. Devils vs. Dragons
October 4, 2009
The game begins. Shinryuji gets the lead on Deimon.
The 12th Athlete
113. The 12th Athlete
October 4, 2009
The first half ends with 32-0, Shinryuji in the lead.
The Power of the Rank and File
114. The Power of the Rank and File
October 11, 2009
Hiruma tells Sena that he has to blitz Agon on every play, but it just does not seem to work.
Fighting to be Number One
115. Fighting to be Number One
October 11, 2009
At the beginning of the episode Shin comments that even though each individual in Deimon is lacking, as a team they are already regarded as the strongest in Kanto, hinting the result of the game.
The Will of a Warrior
116. The Will of a Warrior
October 11, 2009
Sena grabs the ball and is about to score a touchdown when Agon gets in the way. Agon is about to strike down Sena, but when Agon suddenly insults the Devil Bats' dreams of going to the Christmas Bowl, Sena's newfound fury gets the best of him, and he tries to attack Agon. Agon chops Sena's arm away, and then tries to stop Sena, who uses the Devil Bat Ghost to get away. Agon chases after Sena, who suddenly realizes that the God Speed Impulse won't work on something Agon can't see, so he pushes down on Agon's helmet in his blind spot. Sena actually slams Agon's head into the ground and scores a touchdown, making the score 35:28.
Timeouts: Zero
117. Timeouts: Zero
October 11, 2009
58 seconds remain on the clock with the score at 35-28.
A Huddle with no Answers
118. A Huddle with no Answers
October 18, 2009
It turns out that before Monta was tackled down, he reached his hand out and grabbed the grass on the "out of bounds area,"
Post-Battle
119. Post-Battle
October 18, 2009
After winning the game, the players line up to shake hands.
The Dreadnought Team - The Dinosaurs
120. The Dreadnought Team - The Dinosaurs
October 18, 2009
The Hakushu Dinosaurs will play against the Taiyo Sphinx.
The Wolves' Battlefield
121. The Wolves' Battlefield
October 18, 2009
Seibu Wild Gunmen vs. Misaki Wolves!
Rodeo Drive Stampede
122. Rodeo Drive Stampede
October 25, 2009
Riku loses his cool and gets angry at the Wolves. This puts the whole team into frustration. Reassured by his teammates (including a very sick Tetsuma with a cold), Riku regains his calm and returns to the field with the debut of his perfected technique: Rodeo Drive Stampede! The game ends with 21:48, victory for the Gunmen.
The Knight with no Blind Spots
123. The Knight with no Blind Spots
October 25, 2009
As a celebration of their progress, Mamori decides to buy Sena and Riku new shoes.
The Ultimate Spear
124. The Ultimate Spear
October 25, 2009
Ojo White Knights vs. Sado Strong Golems!
Ojo High's School Festival
125. Ojo High's School Festival
October 25, 2009
Hiruma and the rest of the team go to spy on Ojo at their high school festival while Hiruma, Kurita, and Musashi get trapped doing a quiz show.
The Oath to Become an Ace
126. The Oath to Become an Ace
November 1, 2009
Torakichi realizes that Sakuraba's not the ace of Ojo.
It's just, so we can win
127. It's just, so we can win
November 1, 2009
A few days before the game between Deimon and Ojo, Hiruma takes the team on a helicopter trip to remind them where Ojo is weakest.
The Demon vs. The Light Speed Man
128. The Demon vs. The Light Speed Man
November 1, 2009
The two teams' catchers and running backs are interviewed the day before the match.
The Challenge for Sovereignty
129. The Challenge for Sovereignty
November 1, 2009
It's the match between the Ojo White Knights and Deimon Devil Bats!
The Opening Fanfare
130. The Opening Fanfare
November 1, 2009
The battle between Ojo and Deimon has started, and Deimon gets to attack first.
Ikari's Prison Chain
131. Ikari's Prison Chain
November 1, 2009
Ikari makes his debut play.
The Knight who Controls the Skies
132. The Knight who Controls the Skies
November 1, 2009
Monta catches all the passes of Hiruma.
The Kingdom's Ballista
133. The Kingdom's Ballista
November 1, 2009
The Bats are on their fourth down and 40 yards away from the goal.
The Impregnable Fortress
134. The Impregnable Fortress
November 1, 2009
Takami once again tells Deimon which direction he will running The Ballista.
Superman
135. Superman
November 1, 2009
Shin stops the passing game of Deimon forcing them to use Sena.
#21, Defeated
136. #21, Defeated
November 1, 2009
Having achieved the speed of light as well, Shin declares himself the winner off the battle between him and Sena.
Our Fate Lies in Halftime
137. Our Fate Lies in Halftime
November 1, 2009
Hiruma and Mamori review the game's footage to find a strategy.
The Battlefield, After the Rain
138. The Battlefield, After the Rain
November 1, 2009
Sena uses a speed-boost to compete in power with Shin who knocks him away with some effort, giving Hiruma the chance to tackle the runner.
The 9999th Catch
139. The 9999th Catch
November 1, 2009
The episode starts off with Oujou throwing a long pass. Monta intercepts it without turning around to watch the ball. Hiruma points out that Monta no longer needs to see where the ball's heading and dubs Monta's move Devil Backfire. Deimon's ball, Hiruma throws long overhead passes and Monta uses the Devil Backfire to catch it. After 5 minutes, the field dries and Sena is able to run at full speed again. Sena grabs on to Monta when he catches a ball and uses the Devil Hurricane for a touchdown.
The Two Aces
140. The Two Aces
November 1, 2009
Sakuraba attempts the Devil Backfire but fails and makes a nasty fall losing consciousness.
Turn on the Devil Stun Gun
141. Turn on the Devil Stun Gun
November 1, 2009
The score is 20-13, Ojo to Deimon.
The Demon's Twin Wings
142. The Demon's Twin Wings
November 1, 2009
Deimon makes a safety, making the score 20-15 and getting the ball back.
A Form of Desperation
143. A Form of Desperation
November 1, 2009
3 yards till the goal line and 1:21 on the clock left.
The Final Moment
144. The Final Moment
November 1, 2009
Shin successfully made the final touchdown for White Knights, making the score 27-22 to the White Knights.
Everyone, Let's Play Football! Ya-Ha!
145. Everyone, Let's Play Football! Ya-Ha!
November 1, 2009
The final play comes down to Sena against Shin one on one.
Description

This anime series based on a popular manga tells the story of a boy who joins an American football team in an administrative capacity; his coach wants to keep his unusual athletic abilities a secret. In order to actually play on the field, he dons an opaque eyeshield and the number 21 joins the game. Led by the mysterious Eyeshield 21, the team turns around its fortunes and heads toward the championship.

Eyeshield 21 is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (145 episodes). The series first aired on April 6, 2005.

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Eyeshield 21 is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Eyeshield 21 on demand at Netflix.

  • Premiere Date
    April 6, 2005
  • IMDB Rating
    7.7  (613)