Eternal Run (エターナルラン, Etānaru Ran) is an offensive hissatsu tactic.
This tactic was used by the Uzbekistan team to try scoring an equalizer after Inazuma Japan took the lead. But most of the offensive members of the team were too exhausted to do this tactic efficiently. In the end, Onakhon Ims, who led the tactic, got the ball stolen by Nosaka Yuuma. The Japanese captain set up the last counter-attack and allowed Inazuma Japan to score another goal seconds after.
The members of a team sprint in a row, with the person in the center with the ball. The opponents are right behind the users. Eternal run allows the users to rapidly escape the opposing team members behind them and advance toward the goal.