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What’s coming up at RoboCup 2021?

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23 June 2021



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RoboCup 2021 has now kicked off and there are events that the public can watch for free online. The conference is being hosted here, and you can also tune in to the different leagues, some of which have public livestreams of their compeitions. Below, we provide the links to the schedules for each league.

RoboCup Soccer Leagues

Humanoid League

Events from 24-27 June.
Schedule.
Watch on two Twitch channels: Field A and Field B.

Read our interview with Maike Paetzel-Prüsmann about the Humanoid League.

Standard Platform

Events from 22-27 June.
Schedule.
Watch on YouTube, on the Standard Platform League channel.

Middle Size

Events from 26-27 June.
Schedule.
Events will be online on YouTube and Bilibili (links pending).

Small Size

Events from 21-27 June.
Schedule.
Watch here.

Simulation

Events from 23-27 June.
Schedule.
The events will be livestreamed on YouTube (link pending).

Read our interview with Marco Simões about the 3d Simulation League.

RoboCup Rescue Leagues

Robot

Information pending.

Simulation

Events from 22-27 June.
Schedule.

RoboCup@Home Leagues

Events from 22-27 June.
This league consists of three sub-leagues: Open Platform, Domestic Standard Platform, and Social Standard Platform.
Watch the events on the RoboCup@Home YouTube channel.

RoboCup Industrial Leagues

@Work

Events from 22-27 June.
Schedule.

Read our interview with Asad Norouzi about the @Work League.

Logistics

Schedule.
Events will be available on YouTube.

Read our interview with Sebastian Eltester about the Logistics League.

RoboCup Junior Leagues

Events from 22-28 June.
This league consists of three sub-leagues: Junior Soccer League, Junior Rescue League, Junior OnStage League.
Schedule.



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