- RoboCup takes place annually at a different venue and is supported by a unique international community of tens of thousands of contributors.
- About 500 teams of school children, students and scientists show off the abilities of today’s robots in a wide array of leagues and domains.
- Around 3,500 participants from more than 40 countries compete in RoboCup.
- RoboCup presents a unique soft skills training opportunity for its participants, as they work in multi-disciplinary teams, carry out internationally competitive R&D projects, develop highly complex systems, and must meet tight deadlines.
The RoboCup classifies participants into two main groups, RoboCup Major and RoboCupJunior.
Team members are doctoral candidates, bachelor
and masters students.
Team coaches are professors, post-docs and
experienced doctoral candidates
Primary age class:
School children younger than 15 on 1 July 2016
(born after 1 July 2001)
Teams are generally from the fields of robotics,
automation, artificial intelligence and computer science
Secondary age class:
School children younger than 20 on 1 July 2016
(born after 1 July 1996)
Teams from around 40 countries
Teams from around 40 countries.
International student and researcher teams and school teams, all enthusiastic about technology, compete in different leagues.