A match shall be played by two teams, each consisting of five robots, one of which can be the goalkeeper. Three human team members, a "manager", a "coach" and a "trainer" shall, only be allowed on the stage. One host computer per team, mainly dedicated to vision processing and other location identifying, shall be used.
The size of each robot shall be limited to 4 cm x 4 cm x 5.5 cm. The height of the antenna shall not be considered in deciding a robot's size.
• Robot: 4cm x 4cm x 5.5cm
• Ball: An orange ping-pong ball
• Pitch: 130cm x 90cm
FIRA NaroSot Game Rules
Law 1 The Field and Ball
The field of play shall be marked as shown in Appendix 1. The center circle will have a radius of 12.5(cm).
In order to identify the robots and the ball on the playground, a vision system can be used. The location of a team's camera or sensor system should be restricted to, over and above their own half of the field including the center line, so that the camera need not has to be moved after the side change at halftime. If both teams wish to keep their cameras over and above the center circle of the playground, they shall be placed side by side, equidistant from the centerline and as close to each other as possible. The location of the overhead camera or sensor system should be at a height of 2(m) or higher.