Volley Boys is a high school volleyball team anime trpg, influenced by material such as Free!, Sk8 The Infinity, and Haikyu.
The PDF is 34 pages and relatively easy to read. There's no illustrations, and I think they'd add a lot, but Volley Boys is quite formidable even without them.
Mechanically, Volley Boys is built on No Dice No Masters and Pasion De Las Pasiones. To that end, the goal of play is to tell a good, compelling story, and there aren't a lot of mechanics jumping in the way of that.
Anyone can GM. Anyone can move NPCs. NPCs don't roll. Players don't really roll either. Player characters are based on playbooks, which do have Moves a la PbtA, but the Moves are token based. Do something powerful, spend a token. Do something weak, take a token. Effectively, the game's spotlight is managed through a sort of mini-economy, not through the whim of the dice.
Volley Boys is absolutely a homage to Haikyu, but it doesn't require you to be a fan, just to be willing to get swept up in that same kind of energy---where you're suddenly caring a lot about a sport, even if you didn't expect to. To this end, Volley Boys doesn't get bogged down in the technical play of the game. It wants you to focus on your characters' emotional states, and it's perfectly willing to let you handwave the exact rules in favor of good drama.
Overall, if you like enthusiasm, if you like character drama, and if you're willing to find yourself caring more than you thought about a sport now that it's seen through a personal frame, Volley Boys is for you.