TEAM sports
INTRODUCTION
In the world of sports, every point and every second counts. Humans have invented many electronic devices to help keep track of players scores and records and to measure time.

Today, you can build your own! Create a playing field that automatically detects goals and notifies you with sound and visual effects, then play together with your friends!
Introduction
In the world of sports, every point and every second counts. Humans have invented many electronic devices to help keep track of players scores and records and to measure time.

Today, you can build your own! Create a playing field that automatically detects goals and notifies you with sound and visual effects, then play together with your friends!
Stickers
Temporary tattoos
Playing equipment (field, ball, sneakers)
Piezo speaker
Light-emitting diode
Battery holder
Nuts and screws
Aluminium foil
Set of wires
WHAT IS INSIDE?
Cardboard cutout
Assembly guide
Coding guide
Decoration kit
Electronics
Assembling team sports
Open your box and find the assembly instructions, they will help you to assemble your playing field and goals.


Don't find the pictures helpful? Just watch this video!
Make it unique!
  • Use the decoration kit (included) to really liven it up
  • Paint it in your favorite colors
  • Design and paint yor own playing field
Done already? Awesome! Call your friend or relative to play together!
How to Use your playing field
Turn the device on by toggling the switch on the back.
A-button
B-button
ON/OFF
switch on the back
Use the included boots to hit a ball and score goals. Every time a goal is scored, Team Sports will display the scoring player's points and cheer you on with music!
Not sure what the current score is? Press the left and right buttons to see your and your opponent's points.

Want to start a new match? Press both buttons at the same time to set the scores to zero and restart the timer.
Coding
Get ready to improve your coding skills!
Press this button to change your program. Look for coding instructions to know how.
Learn: conditions and statements
An 'If-condition' block runs the code inside only if the statement above is true.
An 'If-else condition' block runs the first code if the statement above is true, otherwise runs the second code.
In MakeCode, statement blocks always have a hexagonal shape.
Examples of always FALSE statements:
Examples of always TRUE statements:
Examples of statements that could be either TRUE or FALSE depending on the situation:
Coding - Easy
Coding - Advanced
Coding - Hardest
Coding - Easy
1.
Do you want to start a game with your own rules? Change match length? Give your opponent a little handicap? Or maybe cheat and start the game with some points so you win faster? Then find and change this place in the code!
2.
Download your new code and test it! Did you see any changes?
To make things more easier to understand, we've prepared a video tutorial. Watch it if you're having problems!
Coding - Advanced
Make TeamSports choose which player should have the ball based on random choices
1.
Assemble the code as shown.
2.
Pay attention: here, an 'IF-ELSE' condition is used to change the direction of the arrow based on random selection. Scroll down for more info.
3.
Download your program and shake the score counter to check it.
Watch this video tutorial to see the code assembled!
Coding - Hardest
Now that we know about condition blocks, let's use them to write code that will run only if one of the players reaches the required score.
1.
Assemble this code that uses condition blocks.
2.
This code is just one simple example. Try to improve it yourself!
3.
Download your code and enjoy the results of your work.
Can't get it to work? Follow this video tutorial step-by-step!