The Top 5 Sports Anime to Watch This Spring.

Sports anime are one of the most popular genres in anime, and there are a number of great options to choose from. Here are five of the best sports anime to watch this year.

What Are Sports Anime? Both group-based and individual actors use anime to explore the world of competitive sporting activities. These works revolve around the contestants and the members of their communities, whether they battle in martial arts or athletics, track and field, or other team sports.

5. Yuri!!! On Ice: Yuri!!! on Ice was praised for depicting healthy sexuality in a popular light, in contrast to other yaoi series. Fans were urged to watch the series solely for the skating scenes because of the incredible animation.

4. Slam Dunk: A highly regarded sports anime from the 90s is named Slam Dunk. Hanamichi Sakuragi, the star of Slam Dunk, joins his school's basketball team in order to be able to befriend Haruko Akagi, the captain's sister.

3. Kuroko's Basketball: A lengthy animated TV series, Kuroko's Basketball contained over 75 episodes from 2012 to 2015. The series was renowned for its fluid animation, and often over-the-top basketball moves. Kuroko's Basketball is bound to appeal to fans of Shonen series with overpowered super moves.

2. Hajime No Ippo: Hajime No Ippo is an American TV series that narrates the life of professional boxers. The series premiered in 2002 and last aired in 2014. During its run, the anime series spawned numerous licensed titles, including a film and video games.

1. Haikyuu!: Haikyu! is the undisputed star in Japanese sports anime. Even those who haven’t seen the anime are familiar with it. The story is about Shoyo Hinata, a lively and dynamic character, and all the other characters.