Blue Lock Episode 15: When and Where to Watch?

Episode 15 of Blue Lock, the most recent episode, will premiere on January 22, 2023 in the English sub and will be followed by the dub the next day.

Blue Lock has released episode 14, and things are heating up. Isagi has been devastated by the death of Bachira. His abilities don’t seem to matter without backup. In a one-on-one match against Barou, Nagi discovers the secret to his abilities and matures as a fighter.

The playing field has been leveled between Nagi and Barou. The outcome of the game hinges on how well Naruhaya and Isagi play.

Isagi, however, is feeling hopeless in the face of such formidable opponents. However, he still doesn’t know how to beat Barou and Naruhaya.

Against Barou and Naruhaya, can Isagi emerge victorious? Will he be able to keep Nagi, or will he lose her? Is this the final stop on Isagi’s road to becoming the best striker in the world?

In episode 15, we’ll get some answers to these questions. It’s also important to read the most recent chapter of Blue Lock, which will be released this week (Chapter 203).

Blue Lock Episode 15: Date of Publication

On January 22, 2023 at 1:30 a.m. Japan Standard Time (JST), the Japanese dubbed version of Blue Lock episode 15 will premiere. It’s unclear what time the episode with subtitles will air in various countries.

Blue Lock Episode 15
Blue Lock Episode 15

Below are the times that Episode 15 will air in various regions:

  • 11 PM IST, 21st January 2023 in India
  • 9:30 AM PDT, 21st January 2023 in parts of the USA and Canada
  • 12:30 PM EDT, 21st January 2023 in parts of Europe
  • 4:00 AM ACDT, 22nd January 2023 in Australia

Episode 15 is available for viewing at the appropriate time for your region.

Don’t forget to tune in to Tsurune Season 2 Episode 3 and Nier Episode 3 when they premiere.

Blue Lock Episode 15: Where to Watch?

Blue Lock is being streamed all over the world on different sites.

In the following countries, ULTRA members can watch Blue Lock on the Ani-One Asia YouTube channel:

Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, Fiji, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Maldives, Marshall Islands, Mauritius, Micronesia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nauru, Nepal, New Caledonia, Pakistan, Palau, Philippines, Samoa, Singapore, Solomon Island, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, Vietnam

In most countries, you can watch anime on Netflix. You can also watch Blue Lock on the following platforms:

  • Bahamut
  • KKTV
  • Hami Video
  • Chunghwa Telecom MOD
  • friDay
  • myVideo
  • Line TV
  • meWATCH
  • Sushiroll
  • Animax Asia
  • Bilibili Asia
  • iQIYI

You can watch Blue Lock on any of these platforms as per their availability in your region.

Blue Lock Episode 14: Summary!

The fourteenth episode was titled “The Geniuses and the Average Joes.” Isagi and Nagi sit in the waiting area after losing to Rin’s team. Isagi is extremely dissatisfied. He begins to think that there is no hope for him against more skilled opponents.

Nagi scolds him angrily for being so pessimistic. As Nagi sees it, the second selection is meant to be a more targeted evaluation of each player’s skills. It’s possible that cooperative tactics will backfire on them.

While they are talking, Barou walks in. Isagi can’t believe Barou has actually lost a game. Barou continues to be as disrespectful as ever, showing no consideration for Nagi or Isagi. Naruhaya interrupts Nagi and Barou as they challenge each other to a rematch. He then reminds them that they have to wait a full day before playing again.

As Isagi and Nagi prepare to rest, they go there. It’s two people locked into a cell together. They are aware of the fact that they need to practice scoring without the help of Bachira and Reo’s perfectly timed passes.

Isagi eats a mediocre cafeteria meal before heading to the training field. Eventually, he meets Naruhaya. He tells Isagi that he isn’t particularly talented and that he’d rather have Nagi on the team than him. This has enraged Isagi. He’s set his sights on Barou and Naruhaya for his upcoming match.

Isagi gets ready for the game by practicing. After analyzing Barou’s 27-meter shot range, Nagi decides they need a strategy to win. However, they won’t be able to devise a plan until they play in a real game.

Now we get to the start of the match. Concerned, Isagi. Barou makes a strong push for the net. After realizing that his range is only 27 meters, Isagi makes an effort to stop him. However, Barou also improved, increasing his range to 29 meters. An early goal is scored by Barou.

Isagi knows it’s pointless to keep dribbling the ball. So far, he hasn’t figured out how to get by Naruhaya. He is told by Nagi to go through wherever is convenient. He comes to the conclusion that he does not require any sort of special access. The secret to his one-touch success is revealed to him. Two goals in a row for Nagi!

The rage in Barou’s eyes is palpable. From the opening kickoff, he takes a shot. It has taken Isagi by surprise that Naruhaya has recovered so quickly. He then sets up Barou for a goal by passing the ball to him. Isagi is the target of a taunt from Naruhaya, who claims that the real reason he joined their team was because he “knew” they would easily defeat him despite the fact that they only “wanted” Nagi. Isagi is shocked by this. Episode ends with Isagi accepting defeat against Naruhaya.

Blue Lock Episode15: Spoilers!

Episode 14 gave us a lot to think about. People must be worried about the main character, Isagi, and wonder if this is the end of his story. While we’re waiting for the next episode, here are some hints about what episode 15 will be about:

  • Isagi realizes that he and Naruhaya are not very good and don’t score goals very often.
  • Isagi remembers what Rin said to him during his last match. Using this, he is able to “rewrite his own common sense.”
  • The score is now tied at 4-4. who scores next will be the winner.

The next episode is going to be a lot of fun. On January 22, 2023, you should watch episode 15. Visit our Orianime website often for more news.