After an exciting 2:1 win in the semifinal against the Nao-Team HTWK from Leipzig, we had to play the final against the current world champion UNSW Australia from Sidney. It was a really high-class game in which UNSW was the slightly better team and eventually won 3:1.
In addition to the main competition, we participated in the technical challenges (corner kick, walking on artificial grass, playing with more realistic balls) und became first in the overall challenge ranking. In addition, we became second in the drop-in competition (playing in mixed teams). Overall, we are the team that won the most trophies 🙂
Now, we can relax a bit but we are already making first plans for the Dutch Open 2016 in Eindhoven and the RoboCup 2016 in Leipzig!