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Is Blue Lock Manga Already Over? Here’s What You Need to Know

Blue Lock manga over?

The plot of Blue Lock centers around Japan’s decision to withdraw from the FIFA World Cup in 2018. Thus, the Japanese Football Union came forward to train high school players for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

The manga series has been published in Weekly Shōnen Magazine by Kodansha since August 2018.

What is the current status of the Blue Lock manga? Is it finished or ongoing?

Blue Lock is an ongoing manga series written by Muneyuki Kaneshiro with Yusuke Nomura serving as the illustrator.

Meanwhile, as of now, there are no signs of the manga ending anytime soon. Besides that, the manga has released 22 volumes and more than 190 chapters over the years.

It debuted with the first chapter which is titled, Dream while the most recent one was titled Two Pairs.

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When will the Blue Lock manga finish?

According to recent reports, the manga will not be ending anytime soon at least for now. Subsequently, the latest chapter is a part of the Neo-Egoist League story arc. Hence, the story is far from over.

For the unversed, the Neo-Egoist League is the third and final selection of the Blue Lock program. Moreover, it will establish the players who will be chosen to represent Japan’s U-20 team in the World Cup.

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The arc began with Jinpachi Ego announcing that the U-20 World Cup is set to take place in 100 days. Hence, the candidates including the former U-20 Japanese team will participate together in the second part.

What to expect from Blue Lock chapter 208?

The 208th chapter of Blue Lock is titled, ‘100%.’

The upcoming chapter is expected to open with Kaiser preparing for his upcoming match that will take place in Italy.

Besides that, Kurona will most likely suggest working on the tempo. Additionally, Germany Stratum will also need to work on their teamwork along with individual training.

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