Seiseki High School (Japanese: 聖蹟高校 Seiseki Kōkō) is a fictional high school whose football team is featured in, and the focus of, the Days series. Seiseki is located in Tokyo and considered strong along with Sakuragi High, Tennouzo, and Touin Academy as they are top team in Tokyo Prefecture.

Uniforms Edit

Seiseki's home kit consists of black jerseys, black shorts, and black socks. The away kit consists of yellow jerseys, black shorts, and yellow socks. In the anime, the brand of Seiseki's kits is implied to be Mizuno, but this is unclear in the manga.

Notable Players Edit

Players Edit

Susumu Inohara

#3rd year // 1 // Goalkeeper
Jirou Haibara

#3rd year // 2 // Defender
Yuuta Usui
Usui's face

#3rd year // 3 // defender

Hideki Sato

#2nd year // 5 // Midfielder
Eita Suzuki

#2nd year // 6 // Midfielder
Hisahito Mizuki
Mizuki's face manga

#3rd year // 7 // Forward

Takanobu Hayase

#3rd year // 8 // Midfielder
Jin Kazama

#1st year // 9 // Forward
Atsushi Kimishita
Kimishita Atsushi, always pissed off

#2nd year // 10 // Midfielder

Kiichi Ooshiba
Ooshiba's face

#2nd year // 11 // Forward
Shou Nakijin
Shou Nakijin

#1st year // 12 // Goalkeeper
Tetsuya Nitobe
Nitobe's face

#1st year // 14 // Defender

Hiroyuki Kurusu
Hiroyuki Kurusu

#1st year // 15 // Midfielder
Naoki Shiratori

#1st year // 16 // Forward
Tsukushi Tsukamoto
Tsukushi Tsukamoto

#1st year // 17 // Forward

Officials Edit

Tactics Edit

Seiseki tends to start games with a 4-3-3 formation focusing on the Three Arrows - left-winger Mizuki, center-forward Ooshiba, and right-winger Kazama - with Kimishita as playmaker. Many of their attacks down the right flank begin with right-back Haibara, who has a tendency to charge forward and overlap with his right-winger.

Generally, free-kicks and corners are taken by Kimishita, a set-piece specialist.

Summer Training Camp Edit

  • Seiseki High School vs Bousou Academy [Chiba] (3-2)
  • Seiseki High School vs Genbu High School [Aichi] (??)
  • Seiseki High School vs Ryuushin High [Tochigi] (4-1)[1]
  • Seiseki HIgh School vs Seikan High [Aomori] (4-3)[2]

Interhigh - Tokyo Preliminaries Edit

First Round

  • Seiseki High School vs Tateyama High School (1-0)

Second Round

  • Seiseki High School vs Unknown School (7-0)


  • Seiseki High School vs Ariake High School (1-0)


National Championship - Tokyo Preliminaries Block A Edit

Block A1

First Round

  • Seiseki HIgh School vs Mejirodai High School (8-0) [4]

Quarter Final

  • Seiseki High School vs Hakuto High School (5-0) [5]



For the Tokyo Preliminaries, Seiseki was registered in Block A. Like Interhigh, there are two representative from Tokyo Prefecture which is divided into Block A and Block B. Seiseki and Touin Academy are placed as seeded in Block A so they only played 4 matches. After winning all matches and defeated Touin Academy in the Final, they became Tokyo A representative for the National Championship.

National Championship Edit

First Round

  • Seiseki High School vs Yuigahama High School [Kanagawa] (4-0) [8]

Second Round

Third Round

For the National Championship, Seiseki was registered as team 10. They were in the same pool with strong opponents like Ryouzan High School (Interhigh Champion), Otowa Academy High School (Runner up Interhigh) and Municipal Sakuragi High School (Tokyo B representative) which defeated Seiseki on Interhigh Preliminaries.


References Edit

  1. Days - Chapter 44
  2. Days - Chapter 46 - 55
  3. Days - Chapter 21 - 32
  4. Days - Chapters 57
  5. Days - Chapters 58-60
  6. Days - Chapters 62-75
  7. Days - Chapters 82-109
  8. Days - Chapters 124-133
  9. Days - Chapters 135-163

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