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Teikō Junior High
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Teiko Middle team

Region Tokyo
Captain Shūzō Nijimura (former)
Seijūrō Akashi (former)
Vice-captain Seijūrō Akashi (former)
Shintarō Midorima (former)
Coach Kōzō Shirogane (former)
Naoto Sanada
Manager Satsuki Momoi (former)
Jersey color Teiko blue White Black
Record
Nationals Winners (3 times consecutive)

Teikō Junior High (帝光中学校 Teikō Chūgakkō) is a school in Tokyo. Their basketball club is exceptionally strong and has over 100 members. They have a lot of successive championships titles on their name.[1]

The school had a strong winning-philosophy and they taught their players that winning is everything and that losing is not accepted. The Generation of Miracles became so strong that a quota of 20 points per player had to be reached and if not, punishment training will follow.

Teikō Junior High School is mostly known for the strongest team that ever played there: the Generation of Miracles.

StructureEdit

Being an elite school with a high-leveled basketball club, many students apply for a position in this reputed team. As such, the club has three separate strings, labelled the first, second and third string. The first string is the main team of the club, the strongest and most important one. The club's captain is always a player from the first string. The second string can be considered reserves for the first string, even though they play their own matches too. The third string is somewhat a dumpster where the players end up in after being rejected from both the first and the second string. It is unknown if the third string even play in their own matches, it seems that it is only created to keep low quality members in the club. It is encouraged for them to improve and advance to the second string, but this is unlikely to happen.

Each string has their own coach, but the entire team is overseen by the head coach, this being Kōzō Shirogane.

MatchesEdit

1st stringEdit

These matches are unlocated in terms of championship or league.

Nationals (2 years ago)Edit

Group stageEdit
PlayoffsEdit

Nationals (1 year ago)Edit

PrelimenariesEdit
Group stageEdit
PlayoffsEdit

2nd stringEdit

These matches are unlocated in terms of championship or league.

TeamEdit

Naoto Sanada
Naoto Sanada mugshot

Head coach
Daigo Matsuoka
Matsuoka mugshot

3rd string coach

FormerEdit

Daiki Aomine
Aomine Teiko Mugshot

#6 // PF
Ryōta Kise
Kise Teiko Mugshot

#8 // SF
Tetsuya Kuroko
Kuroko Teiko Mugshot

#15 // ?
Masaya Kubota
Masaya mugshot

#10 // SG
Tōru Sekiguchi
Tooru mugshot

#11 // SF
Kōzō Shirogane
Shirogane Kōzō Mugshot

Head coach (Former)

EjectedEdit

Shōgo Haizaki
Haizaki Teiko Mugshot

#13 // SF

StatsEdit

Offense
 
10/10 Teiko chart
Defense
 
10/10
Bench Strength
 
10/10
Height
 
10/10
Teamwork
 
2/10

TriviaEdit

Micchan and Acchan

From left to right: Atsuko and Miki

  • Other known (Non-basketball players) Teikō Junior High School students are Miki Arai and Atsuko Kikuchi, two girls friends of Momoi that she nicknamed "Micchan" and "Acchan", Tanaka, and Kise's "ex-girlfriend." In the anime, some names of players who participated in Teiko's placement test alongside Kuroko are revealed: Nobuo Saito, Kazuhito Nakazawa, Hiromichi Fujita, Yuji Takagiku, Shunsuke Shimada and Jun Tanaka. They were all assigned to the third string.[2]
  • Kanji 帝 (Tei) means emperor while 光 (Kō) means ray/light.
  • Their motto is "Ever-Victorious" (百戦百勝 Hyakusenhyakushō).
  • Akashi and Nijimura both wore the number 4 jersey, as it is reserved for the team's captain. When Nijimura was still active as captain, Akashi wore the number 9. Likewise, the other members too wore different jersey numbers initially with Aomine, Midorima, Murasakibara, Haizaki and Kuroko wearing numbers 10, 11, 12, 13 and 16 respectively. After Akashi became captain, Nijimura began to use number 9.
  • The school was founded during the rainy season, as stated in the light novel.
  • During their second year in Teikō Junior High, Daiki Aomine and Shintarō Midorima were classmates, as well as Ryōta Kise and Atsushi Murasakibara.
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Teiko basketball club

ReferencesEdit

  1. Kuroko no Basuke chapter 1, page 1
  2. Kuroko no Basuke, Episode 63

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