Episode 9 of Blue Lock will be released on Saturday, December third, 2022 at 8:30 AM PST. Television Asahi will air the new episode for Japanese crowds, while Crunchyroll will convey it to worldwide fans. Netflix has additionally authorized the series, however just inside select areas of Asia, including India, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Malaysia, and Thailand. Here is the timetable the new episode will follow for different timezones:
- Pacific Time: 8:30 AM PST
- Central Time: 10:30 AM CST
- British Time: 4:30 PM GMT
- European Time: 5:30 PM CEST
- Indian Time: 10:00 PM IST
- Eastern Time: 11:30 AM EST
After relentless coordination with Group W, Group Z is prepared for their next match against the top-scoring Group V. The match won’t be a simple one, and it’s evident in the past episode. Group V has the absolute most gifted players that will be difficult for our legends to deal with, particularly their top scorers, Tsurugi Zantetsu, Mikage Reo, and Nagi Seishiro. Group V hasn’t lost a solitary match in the Blue Lock system up to this point, so can they keep up with their record, or will Group Z make them taste defeat?
Previously On Blue Lock
Nagi leaves practice early, which bothers Zantetsu, yet Reo accepts that Nagi doesn’t have to rehearse as he thinks of him as a skilled soccer player. He then reviews his past, where we see Reo carrying on with a desolate life and not having the option to track down his heart in anything aside from soccer. Be that as it may, his folks don’t believe he should turn into a soccer player and assume control over their privately-run company all things considered. We then see Reo meeting Nagi in school, who simply needs a relaxed life sitting idly. Yet, Reo understood Nagi’s outstanding ability, and he was the one to persuade him to play soccer.
Now Group Z’s gathering begins, and true to form, everybody is angry at Kuon for selling out the group. In any case, Isagi says that they actually need him for the following match. Kuon answers that he won’t play the match against Group V as he is as yet the top scorer. Inner self then shows up on the screen and remarks on how the top scorer needs to keep up with their situation and think of a system to assist the group with scoring more goals.
Isagi respects Barou a great deal, so he asks how he could play like him, after which they play one-on-one, and Isagi breaks down his procedure. Presently the match between Group Z and Group V is beginnings, and the previous has a decent beginning as they manage to take the ball. Gagamaru is going to score an objective but misses. Before long, the game turns in Group V’s approval when Nagi and Reo execute their group play and score a goal.