These are the main tournaments covered in Captain Tsubasa Stats. In each of the following links there is information about the results of every match and the final standings of the tournament, as well as information about the stats of the most important players (best players, top scorers and assisters, best goalkeepers, etc.):
- Elementary School Tournament: National Tournament that took place during the 6th Elementary School year of Tsubasa Ozora. 40-minute long matches take place.
- Middle School Tournament: National Tournament that took place during the 3rd Middle School year of Tsubasa Ozora. 60-minute long matches take place.
- International Tournament (Under 15): The International Junior Youth Tournament took place in France, where 12 national teams from around the world competed for the victory. The members of the teams had to be 15 years old or younger at the time.
- Asian Tournament (Under 19): In order to qualify for the World Youth Tournament (for players under 19 years of age), Japan had to compete in the Asian Tournament.
- World Youth Tournament (Under 19): International Tournament for national teams with players under 19 years of age that was held in Japan due to an incident in the original host country (Burunda).
- Asian Olympic Qualifiers (Under 23): In order to qualify for the Olympic Games in Madrid (for players under 23 years of age), Japan had to compete in the Asian Qualifying Tournament.
- La Liga (Spanish Pro League): This is the championship that Tsubasa fights for when he joins FC Barcelona.
- Olympic Tournament (Under 23): This international tournament, part of the Madrid Olympic Games, allows each nation to field three players over 23 year of age.
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”.