Haikyuu!! Watch Order Guide

Sports anime fans love the whole underdog theme. Haikyuu!! uses two undergod elements, the first is the main character, who is short in height, and the second is the team, which has faded into obscurity after years of losing matches. The anime knows how to rally the fans by using the main character’s weaknesses as a strength as he brings back the team into the national light.

Haikyuu!! also has other trumps cards up its sleeve, like using non-cooperative players and turning them into team players, then we have slapstick comedy during training. It nails the pacing and puts every shonen trope correctly, making everything flow beautifully and doesn’t make the show feel slow. Haikyuu!! is a perfect sports anime that can make fans’ adrenaline rushing. It’s an anime series that keeps fans on the edge of their seat.

If you are thinking of giving the Haikyuu!! anime series a try, here’s a guide to help you watch it in the correct order.

Haikyuu!! Watch Order:

1. Haikyuu!!


Alternate Title: Haikyu!!
Episodes: 25

2. Haikyuu!! Lev Genzan!

Haikyuu!! Lev Genzan!

Alternate Title: None
Episodes: 1 (OVA)

3. Haikyuu!! Second Season

Haikyuu!! Second Season

Alternate Title: Haikyu!! 2nd Season
Episodes: 25

4. Haikyuu!! vs. “Akaten”

Haikyuu!! vs. "Akaten"

Alternate Title: None
Episodes: 1 (OVA)

5. Haikyuu!!: Karasuno Koukou vs. Shiratorizawa Gakuen Koukou

Haikyuu!!: Karasuno Koukou vs. Shiratorizawa Gakuen Koukou

Alternate Title: Haikyu!! 3rd Season
Episodes: 10

6. Haikyuu!! Riku vs. Kuu

Haikyuu!! Riku vs. Kuu

Alternate Title: None
Episodes: 2 (OVA)

7. Haikyuu!! To the Top

Haikyuu!! To the Top

Alternate Title: Haikyu!! To the Top
Episodes: 13

8. Haikyuu!! To the Top 2nd Season

Haikyuu!! To the Top 2nd Season

Alternate Title: Haikyu!! To the Top
Episodes: 12

Haikyuu!! is a sports drama anime series adapted from the manga series of the same name, written and drawn by Haruichi Furudate.

Synopsis: After seeing a player nicknamed Little Giant on TV playing volleyball, small-statured Shouyou Hinata was inspired to play volleyball. Sadly his junior high school team didn’t fair against the rival team during their first volleyball tournament.

But Hinata didn’t give up. He kept practicing and enrolled in Karasuno High School, the same school where Little Giant went and played for. But, what awaits Hinata is more than overcoming his shortcomings. He has to get along with a very problematic teammate.

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