FIFA World Cup 2022: 5 unique facts about semi-automated offside technology
FIFA World Cup 2022: With the FIFA World Cup 2022 having kickstarted in Qatar, here is a look at facts about the tournament with the use of semi-automated offside technology
FIFA World Cup 2022: 5 unique facts about FIFA World Cup including use of semi-automated offside technology
Football is known to be the game dominated majorly by Europe and South American countrie
One of the most important things to remember about Qatar, which will host the FIFA World Cup in 2022, is that it experiences distressingly high temperatures during the day.
FIFA has approved a semi-automated offside technology that will reduce VAR offline decisions from 70 to 25 second
Fifa has announced that female referees will officiate at a men's World Cup for the first time, along with three female assistant referees.
It costs Qatar almost $220 billion to host the Winter World Cup after factoring in the money spent on infrastructure, new stadium construction, and stadium renovations.