If you’re wondering how to watch Haikyuu in order — the shonen sports anime series created by Haruichi Furudate — you’re in for an exciting ride.
Haikyuu follows the story of Shoyo Hinata, a young boy who becomes inspired to play volleyball after watching a match on TV.
It’s a tale of determination, teamwork, and the pursuit of greatness.
GRAB YOURS TODAY: Shoyo Hinata Funko Pop! figure
In this guide, we’ll show you Haikyuu’s correct chronological order so you don’t miss a spike.
Whether you’re a newcomer to the series or a seasoned fan looking for a refresher, this article will help you navigate the exhilarating world of high-flying volleyball action that is Haikyuu.
How to watch Haikyuu in order
Our Haikyuu watch order offers a variety of content, including multiple anime seasons, full-length feature films, OVAs, and a special episode.
GRAB YOURS TODAY: Tobio Kageyama Funko Pop! figure
|Haikyuu!! season 1
|The Arrival of Lev!
|Haikyuu!! The End and the Beginning
|Owari to Hajimari
|Haikyuu!! The Winner and the Loser
|Shousha to Haisha
|Haikyuu season 2
|Vs. Failing Grades
|Haikyuu season 3
|Betting on the Spring High Volleyball
|Tokushu! Haru-ko Volley ni Kaketa Seishun
|Special OVA feature
|Haikyuu!! Talent and Sense
|Sainou To Sense
|Haikyuu!! Battle of Concepts
|Concept no Tatakai
|Haikyuu season 4
|Land vs. Sky
|Riku vs. ku
|The Path of the Ball
|Boru no michi
|Battle of the Garbage Dump
|Gomisuteba no Kessen
Where to watch Haikyuu
Haikyuu! is available on Netflix, Crunchyroll, Prime Video, and Disney Plus.
Just a heads up, some of the links on ONE Esports are affiliate links. This means if you click on them and make a purchase, we may earn a small commission at no additional cost to you. It’s a way for us to keep the site running and provide you with valuable content. Thanks for your support!
READ MORE: Where to read Solo Leveling right now