So we did a terrible job keeping this website updated for you last season, but we’ve rebooted for the new 2016-17 season and hope you like our fresh new look and updated resources.
Stay tuned for this season’s new ROBOT League team list and event schedule, and bookmark this page and the Florida FIRST Tech Challenge website to stay up to date on all the 2016-17 Season news and resources. Be sure to read all the information on the front page of the Florida FTC website so you’re up to speed before the new season starts.
We’re sure you’ve already saved the date for the new season kick off, and we hope you’ll join us for our live local kick off event, Saturday, September 10 at 10am at Middleton High School in Tampa!
Welcome back to a brand new season of FIRST Tech Challenge in Tampa Bay, and Go Teams!
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Tagged 2016-17 FTC kick off, FIRST Tech Challenge, Florida FTC, Florida League play, Middleton High School, ROBOT League
The 2014-15 FIRST Tech Challenge season has kicked off in Florida, with over 120 FTC teams registered to compete in six leagues across the state. Here at the Robotics Organized Builders of Tampa (ROBOT)League, we’ve got 21 teams gearing up to play the new season game, Cascade Effect.
Keep up with season updates from Florida FTC and ROBOT League by keeping an eye out for email updates, which are archived at the Florida FTC website , and League updates here. Visit our ROBOT League Resource page for official game resources.
You may also enjoy staying connected via our ROBOT League Facebook page.
The ROBOT League of Tampa Bay held an exciting League Championship last weekend for the top League teams, that saw the highest score in the Block Party game anywhere this season (396!), great matches, GP teamwork and smooth operations all day long. League chair, Hans Wolf, shared the following with League teams:
What an exciting and competitive league championship last Saturday, January 11, 2014. I would like to thank all of the teams and volunteers for making Saturday’s event fun and exciting. There are a number of volunteer’s that have helped at every tournament this year but I would like to send a special thank you to three individuals because of the amount time they spend prior to the tournament.
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Tagged FIRST Tech Challenge, Florida League play, League Championship, ROBOT League