God Hand (ゴッドハンド, Goddo Hando) is a catch hissatsu technique.

Game description

Inazuma Eleven

  • "Through guts and spirit, this huge right hand should stop any shot!"

Inazuma Eleven GO 2: Chrono Stone

  • "Stop the ball with a hand even larger than the whole goal!"


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Inazuma Eleven AC: Dream Battle
Inazuma Eleven SD


Inazuma Eleven

God Hand was Endou Mamoru's first hissatsu technique and his main technique during season 1 of the anime.

It first appeared in episode 2 in Raimon's match against Teikoku Gakuen, in which Endou used it to stop Death Zone. It was used again in episode 3 during the match against Occult, stopping Tsukimura Kenichi's Phantom Shoot. In the match against Nose in episode 6, Endou used God Hand to stop Gori Shingo's Tarzan Kick. It appeared once again in the regional quarter-finals against Mikage Sennou in episode 8, stopping Sugimori Takeshi's final shoot. In episode 11, Endou used it to catch Hibiki Seigou's third shoot, making the latter Raimon's new coach.

God Hand was broken through for the first time during the regional finals against Teikoku in episode 13 by Koutei Penguin 2gou. Later though, Endou was able to stop the hissatsu with God Hand by using both of his hands.

God Hand would fail to stop hissatsu techniques several times after this, with the first time occurring in episode 14 by the Inazuma Eleven's Honoo no Kazamidori. In Raimon's first national Football Frontier match against Sengoku Igajima, God Hand once again failed to stop a shoot, being broken through by Kirigakure Saiji's Tsuchidaruma. In episode 19 though, God Hand was able to stop Ichinose Kazuya's Spinning Shoot.

God Hand was used three times in the semi-finals against Kidokawa Seishuu in episode 21. It first managed to stop Mukata Tsutomu's Back Tornado, but later fell to the Mukata siblings' Triangle Z, even with Endou using both of his hands. God Hand was able to stop a second Triangle Z, but only thanks to the assistance of Kabeyama Heigorou and Kurimatsu Teppei. During the finals against Zeus, God Hand was used twice, but was broken through both times by Aphrodi's God Knows and Demeter's Reflect Buster.

In episode 32, Endou used God Hand against Hakuren, where it was frozen and broken through by Fubuki Shirou's Eternal Blizzard. It was used again against Shin Teikoku Gakuen, where it failed to stop Sakuma Jirou's Koutei Penguin 1gou. Later, it managed to stop a regular shoot from Fudou Akio. In episode 40, God Hand was able to stop Butterfly Dream in Raimon's match against Osaka Gals CCC.

Endou's God Hand evolved twice in Raimon's match against the Dark Emperors. After stopping a shoot from Kazemaru Ichirouta, it evolved to 改 (Kai) to stop Triple Boost. It later evolved to 真 (Shin), allowing it to stop Dark Phoenix.

真 God Hand was used in the selection match for Inazuma Japan to stop Gouenji Shuuya's Fire Tornado 改. It was able to stop Fire Tornado again in episode 86 during practise. Endou used 真 God Hand once more in episode 127 in Raimon's graduation match, where it stopped Koutei Penguin 2gou.

A blue variant of God Hand was used by Tachimukai Yuuki. He first used it in episode 43, where it was able to stop Ichinose's Spiral Shot and Urabe Rika's Rose Splash. He also used it during practise in episode 53, where it was broken through by Gouenji's Fire Tornado 改. During Tachimukai's training to create a new hissatsu, he used God Hand to stop Tsunami Jousuke's Tsunami Boost.

A red variant was first seen in episode 118, being used by Rococo Urupa alongside Endou's God Hand to stop a tire from hitting Raimon Natsumi.

Inazuma Eleven GO Chrono Stone

Endou temporarily joined Tenmas as goalkeeper in the match between Tenmas and Protocol Omega. Endou used God Hand and successfully stopped Alpha's shoot and surprised him, as Endou shouldn't be able to use God Hand before the match between Raimon and Teikoku Gakuen.

Inazuma Eleven Chou Jigen Dream Match

Endou used God Hand twice in the match between Inazuma Best Eleven and Inazuma Battle Eleven. He successfully stopped Saryuu Evan's Shellbit Burst but failed to stop Hakuryuu's White Hurricane when he used God Hand the second time.


The user gathers energy into their right hand, then raises it to create a large hand connecting to the user's hand with energy bolts. The user then thrusts the hand forward to catch the ball.






  • In the original trilogy, God Hand is the only hissatsu whose appearance changes when fully evolved.
  • In Inazuma Eleven GO, Tachimukai has this move already evolved to 改, while Endou has it already evolved to 真 when you scout them or play against them in the game.
  • God Hand is the first hissatsu technique Endou used, and the first catch hissatsu technique used.
  • There are 3 different color versions of God Hand; yellow (the one used by Endou, Earth-element), blue (used by Tachimukai, Wood-element) and red (used by Rococo, possibly Fire-element)
    • While Rococo’s God Hand does not appear in the games, it could be assumed that it shares the same element as God Hand X and Tamashii the Hand (Fire).
    • In the original trilogy’s games, there are two different versions of God Hand: the most common one, used by Endou and a number of other characters, and the blue one, only used by Tachimukai. In the GO games, only the yellow, Earth version appears.
    • There is also a green God Hand used in The Galaxy.
  • This hissatsu has appeared in all original and GO games so far, along with Majin The Hand, Fire Tornado, Shippuu Dash, The Wall, Illusion Ball and Koutei Penguin 2gou.
  • Umihara Norika has the wood version of this technique in the playable demo of Inazuma Eleven Ares no Tenbin game.
  • The typography for the new version of this hissatsu, as seen in the demo of Inazuma Eleven Ares no Tenbin and Inazuma Eleven SD, is the typography from Inazuma Eleven GO games with some edit.
  • In the manga, God Hand resembled Majin The Hand, despite the name still being God Hand.
    • However, the figure that appears behind Endou when using God Hand seems to resemble the Japanese Thunder God Raijin.
  • In the Brazilian and Latin American version of Inazuma Eleven, it was called "Ghost Hand", while in the Italian version, it was called "Light Hand".
  • In the Cantonese dub of Inazuma Eleven, there were two different ways of saying God Hand, with the first one being "上帝之手", the literal translation of God Hand, and "黄金神掌" meaning Golden God Palm.
  • In the Mandarin dub, God Hand was changed to "黄金神掌" meaning Golden God Palm.

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