Challenge Region


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Gold State Sponsor
Sponsored by the State Government of Victoria as part of the Digital Innovation Futures initiative


Thanks to the sponsorship of the State Government of Victoria as part of the Digital Innovation Futures initiative, teams from regional areas, teams from schools with first nations identifying students and teams exemplifying diversity will be able to apply for support from our Team Support Fund (TSF) to assist with the costs of travelling to, and entering our 2024 State Event.

The Team Support Fund application form can be downloaded here from our website.


For general enquiries about RoboCup Junior Australia, please visit the Contact Us page.

For enquiries about RoboCup Junior in Victoria, please contact the relevant person listed below.

For enquiries about particular competitions or workshops, please contact the event coordinator directly.

VIC Committee

General and Beginner Enquiries
State Chair – Evan Bailey ([email protected]) (0467675869)


Event Enquiries
See contact information here for the relevant event

Workshop Enquiries:
See contact information here for the relevant workshop


OnStage Enquiries
OnStage Coordinator – Angeline Yannopoulos ([email protected])

Rescue Line Enquiries
Rescue Line Coordinator – Liam Whitehouse ([email protected])
Rescue Line Coordinator – Luna Verratti ([email protected])

Rescue Maze Enquiries
Rescue Maze Coordinator – Tim Ronchi ([email protected])

Soccer Enquiries
Soccer Coordinator – David Ebert ([email protected])
Soccer Coordinator – Dan Sriratana ([email protected])

Spike Prime Challenge Enquiries
Spike Prime Coordinator – Traceye Rapinett ([email protected])

Registration System Enquiries
Digital Platforms Coordinator – Zac McWilliam ([email protected])

Important Information

Compliance Forms

Click here to download Mentor Declaration (must be completed by each mentor, and submitted upon arrival at the event).

Click here to download Participation Deed (must be completed for each student prior to the student being registered for the event, and submitted upon arrival at the event).

General Information

News & General Information 

Event Qualification

All RoboCup Junior Victoria (RCJV) events are open entry, meaning any teams can enter any and all events, without prior experience or finals placement in a previous events. Whilst we do strongly encourage teams to attend Regional Event to gain experience, this is in no way required for entry into the State event, or even the Australia Open (Nationals).

Entry Volume Management
Challenges/Divisions listed for all events will run subject to a minimum of five entries in that challenge/division. In the event of less than five entries, or for other operational and/or management reasons, divisions may be merged and combined. Conversely, in the event there are too many entries for a particular event, or challenge/division at a event (as dictated by event, challenge/division and/or venue capacity and/or health and saftey requirements), organisations with the most entries may be asked to select their teams best prepared to attend the event. This is most likely to occur at the Victorian State or Melbourne Regional events. Mentors from any organisations affected will be contacted after close of entries.

Event Entry Fees
Entry fee amounts for each event is shown in the event information on the Vic Events page (linked from from the Event Calendar above).

Rule Modifications
Please note that with the introduction of Riley Rover Rescue, Max’s Mini Maze and Simple Simon Soccer into the National Rules, the Victorian rule documents and rule modifications have now been retired.

Important documents including the mandatory Participation Deed and Mentor Declaration (all events) can be found at the bottom of this page. Please note that it is not permissible for forms to be altered in any way. Mentors are reminded that it is their responsibility to ensure the saftey of their students, themselves, anybody associated with them and any associated property at any and all events (including but not limited to eventsand workshops) and complete/implement any risk assessments or child safe policies that might be required.

From time to time we receive requests to participate in risk assessment processes/programs or provide risk assessment or other policy documents. Whilst we will make best effort to participate in these processes/programs or supply these documents, please note due to our Volunteer run nature, this may not be possible. Mentors are encouraged to conduct their own risk assessment for attending events, based on the information we make available online. 

Workshops and Professional Development

Information regarding workshop and professional development sessions can be found on the Vic Workshops page, linked to from the Event Calendar above.

Past Results

2022 and Onwards

From 2022, RCJA moved to a Cloud Hosted Scoring System. Head across to & follow the links to find results for 2022 and on.

Season Launch 2024

Did you miss our 2024 Season Launch? Checkout the recording and presentation below, and feel free to get in touch with you local RoboCup Junior Committee Members via our Contact...

2021 RCJV Virtual Warmup – Info for Teams

We hope you are as excited for our Virtual Warmup Event as we are! All four challenges are available, OnStage (Novice & Experience), Rescue Line (Riley Rover, Primary, Secondary &...

RCJV EV3Sim Soccer Simulator Workshop

Thank you to everyone who attended our Soccer Simulator Workshop. The Simulator used in this Workshop will be the platform supporting the Soccer Challenge at the RCJV 2021 Virtual Warmup....

RCJV ev3dev Workshop

A big thanks to guest presenter Jackson Goerner from Melbourne High School for leading our ev3dev workshop, and developing straightforward instructions and resources for getting started with ev3dev! Click here...

RCJV OnStage Workshop

Thank you to those who attended the OnStage Workshop last week. Please see links for resources, and recording below. Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions!...

RCJ Victoria Rescue workshop presentations

Presentations providing an overview of Rescue Line robot design and programming considerations. The presentations include code examples for the classic EV3 block based coding, as well as the equivalent code...

RCJV General Information Workshop 2021 – Recording & Presentation

Thank you to everybody who joined the RCJV General Information Workshop this year. We hope you found the Workshop useful and informative. Workshop Recording Workshop Presentation

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