Robot playing soccer! It is a specialized autonomous and mobile robot that is used to play variants of soccer. AquaBot Soccer- where the bot is made to play soccer in water. Robot soccer competition provides an excellent opportunity for robotics research. In particular, robot players in a soccer game must perform real-time visual recognition, navigate in a dynamic field of fixed dimension, track moving objects, collaborate with teammates, and hit the ball in the correct direction The main organised competitions are Robot Soccer World Cup (RoboCup) or FIRA tournaments played each year. The RoboCup contest currently has a number of soccer leagues including a RoboCup Junior league for younger students.