Japan and Germany had an exhibition match against each other. The matches started in Golden Age 140: The Pre-World Cup Opens!! and concludes in Golden Age 170: Pride of an All Japan Representative.
The next match between the two countries are during the Semi-Finals of the U-17 World Cup.
Japan vs Germany Exhibition Match
- 1st Doubles: Watanabe/Fuji vs Bismarck/Siegfried (Japan wins 7-5)
- 2nd Doubles: Irie/Atobe vs Q.P./Tezuka (Germany wins 0-6)
- 3rd Doubles: Tokugawa/Yukimura vs Volk/Frankensteiner (Germany wins 3-6)
- Singles 3: Jūjirō Oni vs QP (Germany wins)
- Doubles 2: Watanabe/Niou vs Schneider/Bertie (Japan wins)
- Singles 2: Seiichi Yukimura vs Kunimitsu Tezuka
- Doubles 1: ???
- Singles 1: ???
- It is interesting to note something about the three doubles from the Japanese team: Fuji is voiced by a prolific voice actor while Duke's is unknown. Atobe is voiced by a prolific voice actor but Irie's is a newbie. Tokugawa is voiced by a prolific voice actor but Yukimura's VA is a newbie.
- This makes Tokugawa the only High Schooler that has a prolific voice actor while Yukimura is the only Middle Schooler that has a newbie voice actor in the exhibition match.
- Irie asked Atobe to pair up with him. However, Atobe declines the offer. Despite this, they still pair up in the exhibition match.
- QP is the only 2nd year to play in the exhibition match from Germany. Bismarck and Volk are 3rd year High Schoolers while Siegfried, Tezuka, and Frankensteiner are all 3rd year Middle Schoolers.
- Tokugawa is the only 2nd year to play in the exhibition match from Japan. Duke and Irie are 3rd year High Schoolers while Fuji, Atobe, and Yukimura are all 3rd year Middle Schoolers.