First LEGO LeagueSubscribe
FIRST® LEGO® League is a global STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) competition which attracts 35,000 teams across 90 countries and challenges 6- to 16-year-olds to solve real-world problems with the help of a robot.
RS is sponsoring IET FIRST® LEGO® League INTO ORBIT 2018/19 in the UK and Ireland. DesignSpark's FIRST® LEGO® League Tech Hub allows teams to ask questions of our engineering community, as well as share news, articles and projects of their own.
Lego + ARM + David = Awesome Rubiks Cube Solver!
Rotating LED Display using LEGO and GR-SAKURA
With Grid-EYE to the Winner Podium - First LEGO League and Panasonic
LEGO, Music, STEM and Summer of Sound
Questions & Answers
Looking for a solution to a design conundrum? Browse our FIRST® LEGO® League questions and find the best answers, as voted for by our community.
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Latest Activity Stream
ESA Astronaut, Alexander Gerst, sends a special good luck message from the International Space Station!
The ‘First’ in FIRST® LEGO® League stands for "For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology". It is a global challenge that teams of up to 10 students can enter with an adult coach (or teacher) supporting them.
The First Lego League (FLL) is a program that supports youngsters in order to introduce them to science in a competitive way. The Lego Hackerz used Panasonic's Grid-EYE sensor and have successfully qualified for the world finals