Blue Lock Episode 3 Release Date & Time

The remaining people in the room pass Blue Lock’s admission exam. With that, Isagi and the others end up in Team Z. Here are all the details for Blue Lock Episode 3.

When Blue Lock Episode 3 Releases

Blue Lock Episode 3’s release date in the United States is Saturday, October 22. The episode will be out in Japan on Sunday, October 23, at 1:30 a.m. JST.

For international viewers, Crunchyroll is simulcasting the series. The episode with English subtitles will be available an hour and a half after its release in Japan. In the United States, that would be at the following times:

  • 2:00 p.m. ET
  • 1:00 p.m. CT
  • 11:00 a.m. PT

Where to Watch Blue Lock

Blue Lock is available on Crunchyroll.

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Blue Lock Episode 2 Recap

Teieri announces in a Japan Football Union meeting that Japan will never win the World Cup if they continue with their old ways. She suggests that they need Jinpachi Ego. Meanwhile, Kira can’t believe his disqualification. Ego explains how the exercise they did was related to soccer. Isagi wonders why he feels pumped up despite ruining Kira’s soccer career. He asks Bachira why he passed the ball to him, and Bachira says he knew Isagi would kick the ball.

Ego congratulates the group for passing the admission exam. Everyone in the room will be living and training together as Team Z. After doing the fitness test, Isagi decides to train while the others are asleep. Bachira decides to train with him. Isagi asks about what happened during the tag game, and Bachira explains there’s a monster inside him. He listens to the monster’s voice when playing, and Bachira claims the monster told him to pass the ball to Isagi because there’s also a monster inside him. Isagi recalls what happened and wants to find out more about the “monster” inside him.

Isagi and Bachira return to their room after the ranking announcement. Igarashi is at 275, while Isagi is at 274. Ego appears on the screen, and some complain about the food and environment. Ego explains more about the Blue Lock facility and how the teams are divided. Igarashi realizes he’s still ranked last since 25 people were eliminated. Ego says they need to win their way to getting better facilities. The next trial for them will be the first selection. Elsewhere, an editor interviews Sae Itoshi, one of the 11 Heroes. He claims he’s not interested in playing in Japan. After that, he runs into JFU’s press conference about Blue Lock. He decides to cancel his flight back to Spain to see how the project will go.


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