FIFA World Cup 2022: BIG CHANGE!! FIFA announces semi-automated offside technology to be used at the 2022 Qatar World Cup

FIFA World Cup 2022: Semi-automated offside technology to be used at the 2022 Qatar World Cup – Semi-automated offside technology will be used…

FIFA World Cup 2022: BIG CHANGE!! FIFA announces semi-automated offside technology to be used at the 2022 Qatar World Cup
FIFA World Cup 2022: BIG CHANGE!! FIFA announces semi-automated offside technology to be used at the 2022 Qatar World Cup

FIFA World Cup 2022: Semi-automated offside technology to be used at the 2022 Qatar World Cup – Semi-automated offside technology will be used at this year’s World Cup, promising decisions that are more accurate and a lot quicker, world soccer’s governing body FIFA said on Friday. Follow FIFA World Cup 2022 updates on InsideSport.IN

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FIFA World Cup 2022: BIG CHANGE!! FIFA announces semi-automated offside technology to be used at the 2022 Qatar World Cup

FIFA World Cup 2022: Semi-automated offside technology to be used at the 2022 World Cup

Working with Adidas and FIFA’s own Working Group for Innovation Excellence, a number of trials over the past couple of years have proven successful enough for full use in Qatar.

Fifa president Gianni Infantino said: “At the FIFA World Cup in 2018, FIFA took the brave step to use VAR technology on the world’s biggest stage, and it has proven to be an undisputable success.

FIFA World Cup 2022: BIG CHANGE!! FIFA announces semi-automated offside technology to be used at the 2022 Qatar World Cup
FIFA World Cup 2022: BIG CHANGE!! FIFA announces semi-automated offside technology to be used at the 2022 Qatar World Cup

“Semi-automated offside technology is an evolution of the VAR systems that have been implemented across the world.

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“This technology is the culmination of three years of dedicated research and testing to provide the very best for the teams, players and fans who will be heading to Qatar later this year, and FIFA is proud of this work, as we look forward to the world seeing the benefits of semi-automated offside technology at the FIFA World Cup 2022.

“FIFA is committed to harnessing technology to improve the game of football at all levels, and the use of semi-automated offside technology at the FIFA World Cup in 2022 is the clearest possible evidence.”

The World Cup will kick off on Monday November 21 with Senegal v Netherlands.

FIFA World Cup 2022: BIG CHANGE!! FIFA announces semi-automated offside technology to be used at the 2022 Qatar World Cup

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