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2015-2016 Texas FTC Event Registration

FIRST in Texas

Friday, October 30, 2015 at 12:00 AM - Friday, February 5, 2016 at 11:30 PM (CDT)

2015-2016 Texas FTC Event Registration

Registration Information

Registration Type Price    
2015 Texas League Play Registration
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League Play Registration qualifies you for all your assigned League's Meets and League Championship. If registering more than one team, you should indicate the number of teams here under "Quantity".
from $250.00
Full price
$250.00 +$0.00 Fee
2015 Central/Austin Area Qualifiers Registration
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Qualifier Registration provides your team with the opportunity to compete in 2 Qualifiers. You may choose to compete in only 1 qualifier and select "1Qualifier" to reduce the cost to $175. You will be given a code to adjust the price to the correct cost. Select your qualifier(s) on the next page. If registering more than one team, you should indicate the number of teams here under "Quantity".
from $175.00
Full price
$350.00 +$0.00 Fee
1Qualifier
$175.00 +$0.00 Fee
2015 North Texas Qualifiers Registration
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Qualifier Registration provides your team with the opportunity to compete in 2 Qualifiers. You may choose to compete in only 1 qualifier and select "1Qualifier" to reduce the cost to $200. Select your qualifier(s) on the next page. If registering more than one team, you should indicate the number of teams here under "Quantity".
from $200.00
Full price
$400.00 +$0.00 Fee
1Qualifier
$200.00 +$0.00 Fee
2015 East (Houston) Teams
Sales Ended Ended
You will register and pay through your FTC partner, Sharon Sledge (sharon.sledge@sjcd.edu). However, please indicate the number teams you are going to register under "Quantity" and complete the information that follows so we have accurate team reports for Sponsors.
from Free
Full price
Free  

Event Details

Texas FTC Team Registration for League Play & Qualifiers

QUANTITY = # OF TEAMS!!

Competition Models

Texas will implement a hybrid competition model during the 2015-2016 season and will gradually phase in the League only structure over the course of several seasons. The hybrid model will consist of new or existing local Qualifiers and League play. Local Qualifiers and League Championship events will advance teams to the assigned Texas FTC Championship. It is anticipated that full implementation of league play will occur during the 2017-2018 season.

For 2015-2016, a team can register to take part in either League Play OR 2 Qualifier events, but not both. A school or organization with multiple teams can elect to have some of their teams participate in League Play and some in traditional Qualifiers. You can register all your teams at the same time by selecting the number of teams you have competing in each tournament type under "Quantity".

League Play Description: Teams compete in smaller, more frequent competitions to gain points that will advance them to the next level tournament play. League Meets provide each team with a minimum of 5 matches each in addition to at least one practice match. Teams will carry forward 15 of their best match scores into the league championship where a final round of 5 qualifying matches will be played. Leagues must hold a minimum of 3 League Meets but are encouraged to host the maximum of 4 meets such that teams are afforded options associated with competing in 3 meets that avoid schedule conflicts in order to achieve their 15 meet match ranking to carry into the League Championship.

Have questions about 2015-2016 Texas FTC Event Registration? Contact FIRST in Texas

When

Friday, October 30, 2015 at 12:00 AM - Friday, February 5, 2016 at 11:30 PM (CDT)


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FIRST in Texas

The FIRST® in Texas Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that supports FIRST® Robotics teams and events across Texas with a focus on increasing accessibility for low-income and underrepresented students. FIRST® participants are significantly more likely to attend college, major in science or engineering, and be outstanding future employees and citizens. By investing in Texas students’ participation in FIRST®, we address the growing demands of the STEM workforce.

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