The Eleventh Striker

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Title: The Eleventh Striker
Japanese Title: 名探偵コナン 11人目のストライカー
(Meitantei Konan: Jūichininme no Sutoraikā)
Original airdate: April 14, 2012
Broadcast rating when aired on television: 11.4% (aired on April 19, 2013)
Cast: Conan Edogawa
Ran Mouri
Kogoro Mouri
Shinichi Kudo
Sonoko Suzuki
Hiroshi Agasa
Ai Haibara
Detective Boys
Juzo Megure
Ninzaburo Shiratori
Miwako Sato
Wataru Takagi
Kazunobu Chiba
Misao Yamamura
Hideo Akagi
Naoki Uemura
Ryusuke Higo
Takahiro Sanada
Kaoru Koda
Azusa Enomoto
Yoko Okino
Officer Tome
Miss Tome
Naomichi Mugikura
Rikuo Endo
Case solved by: Conan Edogawa
Director: Yasuichiro Yamamoto (chief)
Kobun Shizuno
Screenplay: Kazunari Kouchi
Storyboard: Yasuichiro Yamamoto
Kobun Shizuno
Yuichiro Yano 
Iwao Teraoka (asst.)
Tsutomu Miyazawa (asst.)
Hajime Kamegaki (asst.)
Producer: Yasuichiro Yamamoto
Kobun Shizuno
Yuichiro Yano
Nobuo Tomizawa
Keiko Oyamada
Animation Director: Masatomo Sudo (chief)
Seiji Muta (chief asst.)
Hiroyuki Horiuchi
Yoshiharu Shimizu
Hiroyuki Notake
Akio Kawamura
Koichi Suenaga
Hiroaki Noguchi
Yoichi Takada
Character Design: Masatomo Sudo
J-League player design: Hiroyuki Notake
Design Works: Hideyuki Motohashi
Theme song: Haru Uta
Soundtrack: Detective Conan "The Eleventh Striker" Original Soundtrack
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The Eleventh Striker is the 16th movie in the Detective Conan franchise. It was released in Japan on April 14, 2012.

Characters introduced[edit]





Kogoro's detective agency receives a mysterious phone call. Someone on the other end warns about a bomb and leaves behind a code, "The Boy in Blue and The Blue Zebra, the rain from above ..." After that, a car exploded in front of Mouri Detective Agency.


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Location: Mouri Detective Agency
Suspects: Shinzou Yamamori, Kaoru Koda, Kazumasa Nakaoka, Ryousuke Sakaki and Keiichirou Motoura
After a call from a suspicous man, a Blue Car in front of the building exploded!

If Conan can decipher the riddle, he can stop the bomb. An adventure begins for Conan and the Detective Boys, taking place at a soccer match between Hideo Akagi of the Tokyo Spirits and Ryusuke Higo of Big Osaka.

Planted Bombs

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Date: November 20
Location: Touto Stadium
Suspects: Shinzou Yamamori, Kaoru Koda, Kazumasa Nakaoka, Ryousuke Sakaki and Keiichirou Motoura
Conan disarms most of the bombs and uses Elasticity Suspenders to delay the collapse of the electric scoreboard and luckily, no one died.

Conan solves the first riddle and finds the bomb planting on the electronic scoreboard of Touto Stadium. He manages to inform the police to evacuate the fans on the Spirits side before the bomb explodes, thus leaving no casualties. However, only two weeks later, another threatening letter was sent to Mouri Kogoro's residence, announcing the bomber has installed bombs in all the stadiums and will explode at the end of the matches, unless certain conditions are satisfied. This time, no evacuation or bomb defuse attempts are allowed.

Planted Bombs

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Date: December 3
Location: All home team stadiums in J1 league
Suspects: Shinzou Yamamori, Kaoru Koda, Kazumasa Nakaoka, Ryousuke Sakaki and Keiichirou Motoura

The police and Conan solve the second code and inform the ten strikers of the teams to perform the secret action the culprit has demanded. Thanks to that, they successfully defuse the bombs in nine stadiums, and apparently the activation signal in the National Stadium is malfunctioned. Meanwhile, the police, led by Shiratori, investigates a potential suspect, Keiichirou Motoura. He has a clear motive for bombing: his son, Tomofumi, dies on the way to the hospital, where the ambulance carrying him was blocked by Mouri Kogoro for two minutes, and Motoura carries the crime out of revenge for his son. Motoura, while being angry at Mouri, denies that he install the bombs.


  • Real-life people[edit]

  • Resolution[edit]

    The culprit[edit]

    The case[edit]

    In other languages[edit]

    Language Title Translation
    Flag of Catalonia Catalan (Catalan dub) L’onzè davanter The eleventh stricker
    Flag of China Chinese 第十一名前锋 The Eleventh Striker
    Flag of the Republic of China Traditional Chinese 第十一位前鋒 The Eleventh Striker
    Flag of France French (Subbed) Le Onzième Attaquant The Eleventh Attacker
    Flag of Germany German Der 11. Stürmer The Eleventh Striker
    Flag of Italy Italian L'undicesimo attaccante The Eleventh Striker
    Flag of Spain Spanish (Castilian sub) El undécimo delantero The eleventh stricker
    Flag of Thailand Thai ปริศนาระทึก-ศึกลูกหนังมรณะ The Frightened Mystery-Deadly Football Matches
    Flag of Vietnam Vietnammese Tiền đạo thứ 11 The Eleventh Striker



    • Starting from this movie, the movie was produced by V1 Studio, one of TMS Entertainment production studios.
    • The movie was produced because of the friendship between Conan producer Michihiko Suwa and Yasuaki Iwasada, the public relations manager of the J League, who is a fan of Detective Conan himself. Iwasada was the one to convince Suwa and TMS to make a movie about football.
    • According to Suwa, the stadium in the movie was modeled after Toyota Stadium, of the Aichi Prefecture, because Suwa lives in Aichi and it's "the coolest looking stadium there was in Japan".
    • Several real life J. League soccer players provided voice work for animated versions of themselves in the film, including: Kazuyoshi Miura (Yokohama F.C.), Yasuhito Endo (Gamba Osaka), Yasuyuki Konno (Gamba Osaka), Kengo Nakamura (Kawasaki Frontale), and Seigo Narazaki (Nagoya Grampus).
    • The names of Tokyo Spirits players are based on real-life players:
    • The movie brought 3.29 billion yen to box office.
    • Kazumasa Nakaoka's motorbike is a Suzuki SV 650 S.
    • The car that explodes in front of Mouri Detective Agency is a 2001 Dark Blue Toyota Prius I [NHW11].
    • In real life, J1 league has only 18 teams. In the movie, two fictional teams are added: Tokyo Spirits and Big Osaka. The movie takes place in the 2011 J-League season, with Tokyo Spirits fighting for the champion, while Big Osaka is struggling at relegation place. The final match between these two teams ended in a draw, saving Big Osaka from relegation, but taking away the champion's trophy from Tokyo Spirits. The winner was Kashiwa Reysol.

    See also[edit]

    Detective Conan Movies
    Movies Movie 01: The Time-Bombed SkyscraperMovie 02: The Fourteenth TargetMovie 03: The Last Wizard of the CenturyMovie 04: Captured in Her EyesMovie 05: Countdown to HeavenMovie 06: The Phantom of Baker StreetMovie 07: Crossroad in the Ancient CapitalMovie 08: Magician of the Silver SkyMovie 09: Strategy Above the DepthsMovie 10: The Private Eyes' RequiemMovie 11: Jolly Roger in the Deep AzureMovie 12: Full Score of FearMovie 13: The Raven ChaserMovie 14: The Lost Ship in the SkyMovie 15: Quarter of SilenceMovie 16: The Eleventh StrikerMovie 17: Private Eye in the Distant SeaLupin III vs. Detective Conan: The Movie (crossover) • Movie 18: Dimensional SniperMovie 19: Sunflowers of InfernoMovie 20: The Darkest NightmareMovie 21: The Crimson Love LetterMovie 22: Zero the EnforcerMovie 23: The Fist of Blue SapphireMovie 24: The Scarlet BulletMovie 25
    Related Cases 16 Suspects!? (movie 4) • Conan, Heiji, and the Vanished Boy (movie 7) • Time Travel of the Silver Sky (movie 8) • Follow the Vanished Diamond! Conan & Heiji vs. Kid! (movie 10) • A Challenge from Agasa! Agasa vs. Conan and the Detective Boys (movie 11) • Magic File 2: Shinichi Kudo, The Case of the Mysterious Wall and the Black Lab (movie 12) • Lupin III vs. Detective Conan (crossover) • Magic File 3: Shinichi and Ran, Memories of Mahjong Tiles and Tanabata (movie 13) • Magic File 4: The Osaka Okonomiyaki Odyssey (movie 14) • Magic File 5: Niigata~Tokyo Souvenir Capriccio (movie 15) • Bonus File 1: Flower of Fantasista (movie 16) • The Missing Sweets in the Old Shop (movie 17) • The Coded Invitation (movie 18) • Promise with a J-Leaguer (movie 16) • Munch's Missing Scream (movie 19) • The Shadow Approaching Amuro (movie 20) • The Mystery of the Vanished Black Belt (movie 21) • The Melting Cake! (movie 22) • The J League Bodyguard (movie 16) • Intrigue at the Food Court (movie 23) • The Beika City Shopping Center Garbage Bin Mystery (movie 24)