The LEGO Ideas sports contest fan vote is now open

The fan vote for the LEGO Ideas sports contest is underway, with 10 finalists vying for first place – and the chance to become an official LEGO set.

As with last year’s ‘music to our ears’ contest, which saw the Legendary Stratocaster approved for release, all 10 entries in the fan vote will go into a one-off review by the Ideas team. That means we could be looking at a future LEGO Ideas set among the list below.

That review will run separately to the fan vote, which will determine the winner of the contest’s grand prize: five LEGO Ideas sets (21321 International Space Station, 21322 Pirates of Barracuda Bay, 21323 Grand Piano, 21324 123 Sesame Street and 21325 Medieval Blacksmith), a LEGO Ideas tote bag and a custom trophy.

Three runners-up will also win the tote bag, trophy, 21325 Medieval Blacksmith and a single LEGO Ideas 2020 set of their choice. You’ll need to head to the individual page of your favourite entry to cast your vote, which you can do by navigating through the links in the list below.

Michael Jordan: Basketball Legend by Brixter

Michael Jordan Basketball Legend by Brixter 1

Tribute to Youth-Skateboarding by Hsinwei Chi

Tribute to Youth Skateboarding by Hsinwei Chi

The Soul of the Rings by theAmazingLegoBananalas

The Soul of the Rings by theAmazingLegoBananalas

Sumo by Cugram

Sumo by Cugram

Foosball Table by Constructions by Donat

Foosball Table by Constructions by Donat

Fifa World Cup (Full Size) by Estebrick

Fifa World Cup Full Size by Estebrick

Ballerina (With Power UP Function) by Sebastian97

Ballerina With Power UP Function by Sebastian97

The Butterfly and the Bee by johannd

The Butterfly and the Bee by johannd

Posable Olympic Statue by _MrB_

Posable Olympic Statue by MrB

Tour De France Lead Cyclist Mechanical Model by ConductionProductions

Tour De France Lead Cyclist Mechanical Model by ConductionProductions

You might notice a theme running through these builds: large, brick-built figures. Could that be a clue to what the LEGO Group is looking for in any potential Ideas set? We’ll find out when the Ideas team announces its decision alongside the next review results in the summer.

You’ve got until February 25 to get your vote in for the contest. The results will be announced on March 4, so keep an eye on Brick Fanatics to see which model has taken pole position.

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Chris Wharfe

I like to think of myself as a journalist first, LEGO fan second, but we all know that’s not really the case. Journalism does run through my veins, though, like some kind of weird literary blood – the sort that will no doubt one day lead to a stress-induced heart malfunction. It’s like smoking, only worse. Thankfully, I get to write about LEGO until then. You can follow me on Twitter at @brfa_chris.

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