First Tech Competition

The FIRST Tech Challenge

Welcome to 2013-2014 FTC Season!

The FIRST Tech Challenge is an intermediate robotics competition, designed for 14- to 18-year-old high-school students, where teams of up to 10 students working alongside mentors apply real-world math and science concepts to solve an annual challenge. Students compete and cooperate in team alliances at sport-type tournaments that are ultimately helping to create the next generation of technology leaders. Through their involvement with FIRST, students discover the rewards of collaboration, develop a deeper understanding of innovation and engineering, and learn the importance of Gracious Professionalism™. To participate in the 2013-2014 FTC season, you must first register your team into FIRST’s Team Information Management System (TIMS):

Congratulations to the 2013-2014 Wisconsin FTC State Championship Award Winners!

  • Motivate Award: Team 4116: Scrapyard Scots
  • Connect Award: Team 7974 Half & Half
  • Rockwell Collins Innovate Award: Team 6701 MAD Robotics
  • PTC Design Award: Team 6981 Hortonville Robotics
  • Think Award: Team 4605 RoboHackerz
  • Inspire Award: Team 4140 Fish in the Boat
  • Inspire Award, 2nd Place: Team 4106 Supposable Thumbs
  • Inspire Award, 3rd Place: Team 5972 Patronum Bots
  • State Championship Finalist Alliance: Team 7974 Half & Half, Team 265 Viking Robotics, Team 4116 Scrapyard Scots
  • State Championship Winning Alliance: Team 5972 Patronum Bots (Captain), Team 4106 Supposable Thumbs, Team 4605 RoboHackerz

Registration Form 

Information for Teams

Find information about FTC, starting a team, building and programming a robot, and contacting Wisconsin FTC on the Team Resources page.

- Please see the story from the 2014 competition...

- Please see the video from the 2012 competition below...