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FRC or the First Robotics Competition is FIRST's largest robotics program composed of high school student competitors. The event encourages  STEM learning, gracious professionalism, and cooperation by hosting competitions between robots in a seasonally changed game. 


In a typical game, three FRC teams make a partnership called an alliance, which is randomly generated every match. The teams are labeled as the red or blue alliance and they compete against each other for points. The game starts with a 15-second autonomous period where all robots are completely pre-programmed to run a code to score, and following that is the 2 minutes and 15-second driver control period. The game ends after a 30-second endgame that gives teams more methods to score. The alliance that has the most points wins the match.


This season's game

FRC's 2023-24 Game is Crescendo presented by the Gene Haas Foundation.

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