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Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team debuts new players in 2021 Season J.League collaboration

KLab has released a new update for its head-to-head football simulation game Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team for iOS and Android devices.

This new update is a collaboration between the game and the J.League, Japan’s professional football league. Starting today, players wearing the official 2021 season J.League uniforms will appear in the game. All 42 teams from the 2021 Meiji Yasuda J1 League and the 2021 Meiji Yasuda J2 League are being represented and will be available to collect.

This includes players who were part of the J.League in the original Captain Tsubasa story, who will appear in Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team wearing the official 2021 season uniforms.

They will appear in the Selection Transfer, with players such as Ryo Ishizaki, Hajime Taki, and Shingo Takasugi appearing. New player Jun Misugi will also appear in the Selection Transfer, and will have Lv. 10 Main Special Skills to accompany him.

Meanwhile, there will be daily time-limited events to keep you playing throughout the event period. You can play these once a day, and will yield rewards such as Dream Pot Transfer Tickets and Hero Medals, which can be exchanged for New SSR Players Kazumasa Oda and Takesi Kishida, or a SSR Player Guaranteed Transfer Ticket. These daily events last from now until 21st May.

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Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team is based on the original Captain Tsubasa manga centred around football. It debuted back in 1981 and has since grown into a legend that has inspired and delighted countless football fans around the world.

Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team is available now from the iOS App Store and the Google Play for Android store, where it is a free to play game containing adverts and in-app purchases.

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