3D-Soccer Simulation

In 3D soccer simulation league 11 vs 11 simulated Nao robots play soccer on a field that has the size of a real soccer field compared to the size of the robots. Physical properties like gravity, inertia are simulated as well as sensors and actuators including typical noise. Each robot has its own local view on the world and is controlled by a separate autonomous program.

The strength and scientific interest of this league is to provide a testbed for cooperative problem solving and autonomous learning of the robots without the cost and wear and tear of real hardware leagues.


FC Portugal, Universities of Aveiro, Porto and Minho (Portugal)
Kavosh, Amirkabir University of Technology (Iran)
L3M-SIM, Paris8 University (France)
magmaOffenburg, Hochschule Offenburg (Germany)
Paydar, Sharif University of Technology (Iran)
Photon, Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics (Russian Federation)


see the game schedule

Final Results

Final results of this league



League Chairs

Prof. Dr. Klaus Dorer (Hochschule Offenburg)
Stefan Glaser (Hochschule Offenburg)


The rules for 3D soccer simulation will be finalized in November.