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FIFA: Watch The New Semi-Automated Offside Technology That Will Be Used In Qatar World Cup 2022 For The First Time In Football History

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FIFA has announced that the new semi-automated offside technology will be used at the FIFA World Cup 2022" in Qatar starting on 21 November. The new system provides the games with a support tool for the video match referees and the central referee. FIFA President Gianni Infantino declared in The Vision 2020-23 that FIFA will make an effort to reach the full potential of technology in the sport.
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The Hindu

FIFA World Cup 2022: Qatar to have semi-automated technology for offside decisions

FIFA World Cup has been the stage for technological innovations over the years, with the introduction of the goal-line technology in Brazil (2014) and the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) in Russia (2018).

1 month ago·India
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Sports Illustrated

FIFA: Watch The New Semi-Automated Offside Technology That Will Be Used In Qatar World Cup 2022 For The First Time In Football History

According to a report, FIFA has recently announced that the new semi-automated offside technology will be used at the FIFA World Cup 2022™ in Qatar starting on 21 November.

1 month ago·New York, United States
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DNA India

FIFA World Cup 2022: New offside detection technology to make debut in Qatar

The new offside technology promises quicker and more accurate rulings than VAR, even though the 2018 World Cup avoided key offside calls.

1 month ago·New Delhi, India
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Saudi Gazette

Semi-automated offside technology approved by FIFA for 2022 World Cup

Semi-automated offside technology approved by FIFA for 2022 World Cup

1 month ago·Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
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FIFA will use semi-automatic offside technology at the 2022 World Cup

In the Qatar-2022 World Cup, FIFA will use semi-automatic technology to define the offside in World Cup goals

1 month ago
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World Cup in Qatar to use semi-automated offside system

The new system uses a limb-tracking camera system to track player movements and a sensor in the ball.FIFA has confirmed that a semi-automated offside system will be used at this year’s football World Cup in Qatar. The new technology utilises a limb-tracking camera system to track player movements and a sensor in the ball.It then quickly shows 3D images on stadium screens at the tournament to help fans understand the referee’s call. It is the thi…

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