It's so humane
I think it was 2005 when the RoboCup was in Germany. A German public TV station had several hours of live coverage of it.
I have to say it's much more humane than human football. You see a player trying to score a goal with the goalkeeper in it. It looks at the ball, then the goal, then the ball then the goal again, before repositioning itself and repeating the process.
Then it carefully lifts its leg, raising its arms to balance before putting it down again and repeating the process. Then it pulls back it's leg and kicks. It falls over backwards, but somehow was able to give the ball a gentle nudge making it roll slowly towards the goal.
The goal keeper watches the ball and promptly reacts by spreading its legs watching the ball as it rolls in between the legs.
No superhuman athletes, but performances we all can can identify with. That's humane football.