FIRST Alumni Collegiate Ri3D Competition 2020 - Match Archives now Available

Watch the live stream:

Collegiate and partial-collegiate Ri3D teams, join us for round 2 of the FIRST Alumni Collegiate Competition (FACC)! We’ll add more information here as we get it, but the sign up form is all we’ve got right now!

Update 9/4: The competition will be at Ferris State University, in late January or early February 2020. If your Ri3D team has a strong preference for a certain weekend, let FACC know: We’re also working on getting a little more clarification for the volunteer profile section.

Update 2/3: Match archives now available:


Update 9/19: The email we copied above has a typo! Here’s the correct email:

The organizers are asking that every Ri3D team member complete 10 hours of volunteer time with FIRST. They’re asking that team members track their hours at on their volunteer profile. Offseason volunteer hours, which can’t be tracked in this tool, can be reported separately and count towards the 10 hours requirement.

Update 9/30: FACC’s 2020 Competition rules! FACC Rules 2020.pdf (67.3 KB)

It also sounds like there should be a website up and running in the next few weeks.

Pretty late for a post, but we’re excited for the competition so we figured we’d send one more reply. Website’s up (, and the competition is set for February 2nd at Ferris State University! We know @firstroboticsosu’ll be there with us, hope to see you there! The register link is on the website.

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FACC’s competitive roster has now been set with eight Ri3D teams scheduled to compete on February 2nd at Ferris State:

  • @FAMNM (us) from the University of Michigan
  • @firstroboticsosu
  • Ferris State University
  • FANGV from Grand Valley State University
  • Kettering University
  • FMS from Michigan State University
  • Illini Robotics Alumni Association
  • The University of Dayton

FACC has details on all the competing teams up on their Meet the Teams page.

Additionally, all teams have completed their Ri3D build and submitted rough ‘bag videos’ documenting build state at 11:30 am today - 72 hours after the FRC game manual for Infinite Recharge was released.

Come watch the first live broadcast of a Infinite Recharge competition! This event will be broadcast on Saturday along with commentary, replays, interviews and giveaways at


About to start the day! Watch this event live at

General Agenda (all times EST):

10am-12pm : Matches

12pm-12:30pm Break

12:30pm-4:00pm Matches


Interesting events so far:

Double Climb:

Breaking the wall:


Will the match videos be uploaded to YouTube?

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Here’s a triple climb + balance from tOSU, Illinois, and Kettering:


Here is a video of the triple climb:


Yes, either today or tomorrow.

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Thank you for doing this and for putting on the livestream!!! I’m sure that this will be valuable to scouts, strategists, and anyone interested in seeing what the game may look like come week 1.

All matches are now uploaded to YouTube!

Thank you everyone who watched and to FACC for organizing the event!

Some analysis on my end:

Lots of G10 penalties to start but settled down
Lots of power cells being jammed especially in the beginning
While field is not to spec some power cells were bouncing out when shot into the upper port.
We had 3 robots climb and balance which was pretty awesome!
This game definitely has potential

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