2-on-2 teams of autonomous mobile robots play
in a highly dynamic environment,
tracking a special light-emitting ball
in an enclosed, landmarked field
Since RoboCupJunior embraces teamwork and collaboration among team members, a team should have more than one member to form a RoboCupJunior team to participate in the International event.
A team member(s) and/or robot(s) cannot be shared between teams.
Robots are not allowed to use any kind of communication during game play unless the communication between two robots is via bluetooth class 2 or class 3 (range shorter than 20 meters) or via ZigBee. Teams are responsible for their communication. The availability of frequencies cannot be guaranteed.
- RoboCupJunior Community Website to communicate and collaborate each other!
- ***NEW***soccer rules (2013)
- soccer SuperTeam rules (2010)
soccer rules (2010)
- Information about the RCJ Soccer Ball (RCJ-05) is available
The demo presentation slide titled "Building cheap sensors for the new pulsed RCJ soccer ball" is available HERE.
- soccer rules (2009), printer-friendly version
soccer open platform league (2009), printer-friendly version
soccer generic inspection rules (2009), printer-friendly version
- soccer rules (2008), printer-friendly version
- RCJ soccer field building plans (2000-2008)
- the RCJ electronic soccer ball (RCJ-05), used in events, which emits infra-red light can be purchased from following websites:
- the RCJ greyscale mat, which was used at events between 2000-2008 to cover the floor of the soccer field, can be purchased from Acroname easier robotics, Inc.--click here for information.