The Teikoku uniform is neccessarily the same as the Teikoku uniform from the original series, except that the sleeves are a bit longer than the last one, and the inscription with the Japanese characters for Teikoku Gakuen has been removed. The goalkeeper uniform has undergone more changes than the normal uniform, since the last one. The goalkeeper uniform is now dark red with dark green patterns. The uniform is fitted with dark green socks with red stripes around the top and dark purple and blue cleats. The captain's mark is red.
The first half starts with Teikoku trying to score a goal against Raimon but was blocked by Sangoku. Later the real strength of Teikoku is shown and Mikado uses his shoot hissatsu, Koutei Penguin 7 and was able to score a goal against Raimon. Making the score in the first half 0-1. Afterwards he scores a goal yet again with his keshin. Though in the second half, when Tsurugi came back, the hissatsu tactic, Ultimate Thunder of Raimon was completed, it defeated the defenders and Matsukaze scored a shot with Mach Wind to which made the score 1-2. Afterwards, Nishizono scores a goal as well with Buttobi Jump, now making the score 2-2 and finally finishing the second half, Tsurugi uses Death Drop and making the score 3-2, making Raimon win and Teikoku loses the match.
In the original artwork of Teikoku, the captain's band is yellow while it is red in the anime.
This team's specialty is their tight defense.
In the GO game, Kabata Taruhiko and Itsuki Katsumasa have their positions switched on the formation. Also, when you fight them for the second time as a practice match, the SEEDs are kicked out of the team and Miyabino Reiichi is the new captain.
However, even though the SEEDs were supposed to have been kicked out, they were part of the team again in Inazuma Eleven GO Galaxy.
Most of the members' dub names are references to prestigious universities.
In the manga, all of Teikoku's members are SEEDs and Teikoku's coach isn't Kidou Yuuto.