Over the five days of the RoboCup European Open competition, the Falcons battled other robot soccer teams from all over Europe. The first three days were qualifying games. Then we had to beat our neighbors VDL to get the last spot in the semi-finals. The game ended in a 4 - 1 win for us. We made it!

In the semi-finals, we met Tech United from the University of Eindhoven. Being former world champions, this was not exactly an equal match for us and we lost. This led us to a fight for 3rd/4th place on the last day. In this match, we came up against Carpe Noctem from the University of Kassel in Germany.

Read more: Falcons reach semi-finals in European Open

From March 30 - April 3, the Evoluon will host the RoboCup European Open tournament. The Falcons will be there and participate in this great tournament. Come support us or just simply have a look in the world of robots. And the best of it all:
Free entrance!

For more information have a look at the RoboCup European website

 

Technology is the future! So it is very important to increase the number of people interested in technology and having more students choose a technical studies/career path. ASML invests in Technology Promotion and being closely related to ASML, the Falcons Demo Team support the ASML Technology Promotion activities. We will also present and give demonstrations at schools or other places of interest.

Read more: Falcons start Demo Team

Today we scored our 1st goal!

A thrilling match against Habikino - Musashi ended in a 2 - 2 draw giving us our 1st official championship point.

We have tasted scoring, we hunger for victory now!

Read more: Falcons score 1st point
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