FIFA’s new offside technology to be used at the World Cup. See How It Works
FIFA announced on Friday that its new offside technology will be up and running during this year’s World Cup.Information Guide Nigeria
The technology is to help video match officials and on-field referees make faster and more accurate decisions.
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“Our goal is to help the referees take the decision correctly on the field of play,” said Pierluigi Collina, chairman of the FIFA Referees Committee, during an online media briefing on the SAOT on Thursday. “If something wrong should happen, we are ready to provide the referee with technological support to avoid mistakes that may affect the outcome of the match.”
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Johannes Holzmuller, director of Football Technology and Innovation at FIFA, said he was “very confident” that all possible offside scenarios can be covered by the SAOT.
“The SAOT can be used whenever the ball is received by an attacker who was in an offside position at the moment the ball was played by a teammate,” he said.JAMB Result
According to both Collina and Holzmuller, VAR decisions on offsides take 70 seconds on average, but the SAOT will cut that time down to 20 to 25 seconds.
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