In the Soccer Open league, two fully autonomous robots go head to head in a soccer match.

The robots must detect a passive, brightly coloured orange ball and score into a color-coded goal on a special field that resembles a human soccer field.

Our robot

3d Model (≈80mb)

Controls: Left click + drag to orbit, Middle click + drag to pan, Scroll to zoom


Our robots are built with a variety of materials and manufacturing techniques. It has two dribblers, with one solenoid for kicking in the front. Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) make up most of our robot’s plates for a highly efficient design. A Raspberry Pi running a Pi camera with a hyperbolic mirror gives us a 360 degree view of the field, while a Teensy 3.6 coupled with assorted STM32 microcontrollers runs the robot itself. Bluetooth modules allow the robot to communicate within themselves as well as to our app for debugging.

You can read about our Soccer Open history on our About page.

If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to us via any of our socials on the Contact page!