Junior FIRST® LEGO®League (Jr.FLL®) events provide an opportunity for Jr.FLL teams to showcase their accomplishments. They offer the opportunity to share projects with other teams and to learn from each other. A Jr.FLL event can be as simple as a meeting of your team, team families, and friends to share what they learned or, depending on your resources, it may include 30 or more teams sharing in a public venue.
Each Jr.FLL event recognizes the contributions of each participant and each team, and provides a venue for positive sharing, learning, laughing, and celebrating a task well done!
Interested in hosting your own Jr.FLL Event?
There are very few mandatory requirements for your event. This is your event, so do what you can with the resources your community has available, while following the guidelines in the Event Guide. As you begin your planning process, remember:
- Jr.FLL is a noncompetitive, community-based program.
- Teams rely on their community to organize events so they can proudly share what they have accomplished with others.
- Communities hosting events are responsible for fundraising, the venue, participation and other awards, and recruiting volunteers and reviewers.
- Interested individuals, teams, and organizations can arrange community Jr.FLL events.
- Neither FIRST nor the Jr.FLL program organize or host any Jr.FLL events except for the World Festival Expo.
- Neither FIRST nor the Jr.FLL program is responsible for screening event volunteers.
- The Event Guide is provided to help you host your own event.
- We suggest that you collect a Consent and Release form ( Spanish version - Consent form) for all kids & coaches at your events. You can collect and send them to FIRST.
Jr.FLL events allow teams to celebrate and showcase their accomplishments. They offer the opportunity to share projects with other teams and to learn from each other. There are very few mandatory requirements for your event. This is your event, so do what you can with the resources your community has available, while following the guidelines in the Event Guide.
Any number of teams can participate in your event; again, it’s your event, so you determine the capacity you can accommodate. When determining capacity, remember, Jr.FLL teams are comprised of a coach and up to 6 children. Each child will likely be accompanied by family members and you will want to check with your site host to determine the site capacity, requirements, and what is included with the venue.
Post a Jr.FLL Event
Once you have planned your event, you will be able to post information about your event for others in your community to view. It is up to you whether you want other teams in your area to be able to view details about your event and contact you about attending your event. If you would like to make details about your event public, click on the link provided below to enter in details into the FIRST MyEvent system. Once you have completed the required information your event will be posted on our website for the public to see.
Post your community event so others can learn about it.
Interested in volunteering at a local event? Check out the Jr.FLL Event Volunteer Roles.