RoboCup, the international competition centered around autonomous soccer, is an excellent opportunity for roboticists across the world to meet and collaborate. Our RoboCup team is taking that opportunity to collaborate with ThunderBots, the RoboCup Small Size League (SSL) team from the University of British Columbia. Pictured are our two teams at RoboCup 2019 in Sydney, Australia after a match. The scope of this collaboration is primarily to share knowledge. The teams have discussed a variety of topics to help each other perform better at competition, including Robot Operating System (ROS) architecture, kicker system designs, and preliminary radio hardware. More recently, the teams have been reviewing each other’s code pull requests on GitHub, giving both teams’ software members the opportunity to hone their skills by analyzing code written by other developers on other teams. The two teams are looking forward to deepening their relationship and collaborating more in the future.