The volleyball uniform consists of orange, with navy details on the shoulder. The kanji for Mujinazaka is written in black on the front of the jersey with the number written in white. The libero has a contrasting uniform of white and blue with black details.
Mujinazaka's volleyball team is a seeded team in the Spring Tournament, as they made it to the semifinals during the last Interhigh. It can be inferred that they are a powerhouse team. Currently, its roster boasts one of the top 3 spikers in the nation, Wakatsu Kiryū. According to Kuroo, Mujinazaka emphasizes physical training. Like Karasuno, they are a team that primarily focuses on offense.
Interhigh National Tournament (2012)
Although the score is unknown, it is said that Inarizaki defeated Mujinazaka in the semifinals and moved on to place second in the Interhigh.
- Mujinazaka High vs Inarizaki High [Hyōgo] (? : 2 / ??)
Spring High National Tournament (2013)
Mujinazaka was seeded and did not play in the first round.
- Mujinazaka High vs Samae Tech High [Tokushima] (2:? / ??)
- Mujinazaka High vs Sengoku Biz High [Gunma] (2:? / ??)
- Mujinazaka High vs Fukurōdani Academy [Tōkyō] (1:2 / 25-23, 22-25, 22-25)
- Mujinazaka has participated in the Spring High tournament 30 times and this time is their 9th consecutive appearance.
- Mujina (狢) in Mujinazaka translates to badger or raccoon dog.
- Mujinazaka is the first team in the series to have a female coach.
- In the manga, their school is in the same prefecture as Eiwa High School, who also played against and lost to Fukurōdani Academy during the Spring High National Tournament. However, it is unknown if this is an error since there's only one representative for Ōita in real life.
- In the anime, Eiwa High School's prefecture is changed to Miyazaki.