2020 State Championships

When: Term 4, Friday the 23rd of October

Where: St Peters College Junior School, 63/67 North Terrace, Hackney SA 5069

To register you will need to do the following:

1. Go to https://enter.robocupjunior.org.au/

2. Create yourself a Username and password (Schools who have registered for any of the last 2 National competitions in Melbourne can use their existing profile)

3. Click on the 2020 State event and fill out the details

4. An invoice will be generated with payment details


For more information contact : Simon Coad, Chair RoboCupJunior SA coady09@hotmail.com

Cost $40 per team (including GST)

- payments can be made via EFT (this is provided with your invoice at time of onine registration)

- other methods of payment may be discussed prior to competition
- we are unable to do EFT on the day of the event


* Please note that if no payment is received on the day or prior then teams will be inelligable to compete*


All competitiors MUST sign a Media Release Deed and submit it at Registration on the day. Failure to have this will result in not having those competitors allowed to compete.

Competition categories include:

OnStage Performance: OnStage Novice (all children in an R - 12 institution with 2 or less years experience); OnStage Experienced (all children in a R - 12 institution with 2 or more years experience)

Rescue: Primary Rescue (all children in a Primary institution); Secondary Rescue (all children in a secondary institution) ; Open Rescue (any age level in a school instiution or students who have competed at 2 years of Rescue); Maze (open to primary and secondary) - check proir to comp to see if this is happening

Soccer: Simple Simon Soccer (this is only held at State level); Standard League; Open League (will depend on participants and numbers)

Riley Rover: a division of Rescue which is restircted to a RileyRover base with the colour sensor/ultrasonic attachment is ideal (will only happen if the numbers allow) - please check if this is happening

Sumo: check the 2020 Sumo rules updated on the Sumo Comp page (these will be used on the day of the RCJSA SUmo comp)


Conditions for the competitions

 * you must bring your own laptops and have the Ev3 / NXT  or any other software required uploaded as these are not provided on the day.

 * please check the rules of each category if you are unsure of what is required to compete


 Other information of interest with the competition:

  • Time of the event is roughly 8:30am to 3pm (please be aware that this may change depending on numbers)
  • We do understand that some schools are restricted by timeframes but our times can not be moved to accomodate this
  • Awards for placings will be presented on the day, as well as awards for innovation, sportsmanship, journalling and excellence. Teams that leave proir to the competition concluding may not be eligible for some awards.
  • each team / school must have a mentor with them at the competition (the offer to help from that mentor would be appreciated)
  • A team constitutes 2 or more participants (where there is a singular competitor it must be show that they have done work with other students prior to comp in their journals or during interviews)
  • teams / schools are allocted workspaces but only limited tables and chairs will be provided 
  • It is the responsibility of the metors to watch their students at all times and not allow them to raom freely around the venue. Failure to do so may see teams given a warning and then potential exclusion from the rest of their chosen competition.

You must upload your music, and logbooks thought the section marked under the registration tab* (this applies to Dance and Rescue - soccer may but they are not taken into consideration on the competition day and may be used for sharing purposes)