Here you have links to detailed information about the different olympic national teams (and U23 national teams that did not qualify for the Olympics) that have appeared in the manga series. These teams use players of under 23 years of age of their respective nationality. However, during the Olympic Games they are allowed to use three players older than that.
To qualify for the Olympic Tournament each country has to use under 22 year-old players only. For the sake of readibility, both the under 22 and the olympic teams have been unified in Captain Tsubasa Stats.
You can also check the full list of olympic and under 23 years of age players here.
List of relevant olympic national teams:
Most important under 23 teams:
Olympic Teams Ranking
|8||Saudi Arabia (U23)||3||0||2||1||2||4||-2||2||0.0|
|20||New Zealand (U23)||1||0||0||1||2||16||-14||0||0.0|
Legend: P – Games Played, W – Games Won, D – Games Drawn, L – Games Lost, F – Goals For (scored), A – Goals Against (received), GD – Goal Difference, Pts – Points (3 per win, 1 per draw), Win % – Wins/Played * 100.
Captain Tsubasa is also known as “Flash Kickers” in the USA. The anime and manga series has different names in other countries and languages, such as: “Olive et Tom”, “Oliver y Benji”, “Super Campeones”, “Super Campeões”, “Capitão Falcão”, “Captain Majid”, “Die tollen Fußballstars”, “Holly e Benji”, “Kaptan Tsubasa” or “Captain Hawk”.