Wonder League Robotics Competition

The Wonder League Robotics Competition (WLRC) started in 2015 and has now reached more than 86,500 kids over the last six years. This growing network of coding and robotics teams uses our all-inclusive program to inspire an early love of coding, computer science, tangible learning, and STEAM education. Through a series of story-based missions, the teams develop problem-solving, growth mindset, and creativity skills while learning to code.

Year 7: Launching October 2021

Stay in the know for upcoming details on Year 7

WLRC Timeline

October 11

Competition Launches

December 31

Registration Closes

January 14

Last Day to Submit

February 21

Invitational Starts

March 25

Invitational Closes

April 21

Winners Announced

Why join?

Develop computational thinking skills

Through coding and problem solving, teams can equip themselves with essential 21st century skills.

Builds teamwork and community spirit

63% of coaches found a growth in teamwork, collaboration and perseverance in their teams.

Compete virtually from anywhere in the world

It's a virtual competition! Teams complete missions at their own pace and submit results via our online portal.

We love our Coaches

Throughout the competition, coaches have opportunities to participate in exclusive promotions.

Submit all entries online

Teams can submit their entries through an easily accessible online portal.

"Through the competition, our daughter and her teammates surfaced tremendous creative problem-solving ideas, inventiveness and persistence - critical lifelong skills. What started as a robotics project for a small group of girls grew into a remarkable story for learning and perseverance that excited our entire community."
Frank Tappen
Coach of The Pink Eagles, 2016-17 winners
“I can't believe how much we learned this year. The growth of our team was enormous. The children absolutely love participating in the competition. They learned to work together, listen to other ideas, speak up, share, problem solve and persevere and never give up. This activity was my favorite part of my year too!”
Lisa Morgan
Coach from MI
“It’s been such a cool adventure! Thank you so much for hosting this awesome opportunity! As a long time educator, I have honestly never witnessed such determination, grit, persistence, perseverance, collaboration, and problem-solving skills in a group of kids like this in my career! It was magical to be a part of and a great honor to have been a coach! I, myself, learned a tremendous amount from the children!”
Heidi Schaeffer
Coach from Granby Elemantary

What is required?

• A team made up of a supervising adult coach and one to five members

• A compatible device

• A 5′ x 8′ mat of 30cm squares and basic prototyping materials.

• Teams in 6-8 & 9-12 age brackets will need a Dash robot

• Teams competing in the Wonder Cup (13+) will need additional materials

• Internet access to download and upload materials3

Fun facts

1 %

of WLRC participants are girls!


countries participated in last year’s competition.

1 %

of coaches felt supported throughout the competition with resources, guides and tutorial.

Learn more about the WLRC