Presentation on theme: "Source: Reuters/Yuriko Nakao Matthew Maricic. First major incident resulting in a call for goal-line technology occurred in 2000. FIFA requirements."— Presentation transcript:
First major incident resulting in a call for goal-line technology occurred in 2000. FIFA requirements Systems that have been certified. Proponents of implementing the technology. Argument against implementation. How it affects the referees.
Only used in goal situations Must be accurate Referee notified of the goal within 1 second Indication of goal only communicated to Referee FIFA Rules Website
6 Cameras focused on each net Predicts where ball will go Notifies ref within 1 second via watch Hawk-EyeGoalRef Electromagnetic induction Ball has special copper coils in it Notifies ref within 1 second via watch Goal-line Technology Costs TechnologyEstimated Cost Per Stadium Hawk-Eye€250,000 ($317,800) GoalRef€125,000 ($158,900)
Modernize sport More accurate calls Reduces human error factor Referees can overrule the technology
Removes the human element that “is a part of the game” Technology is not 100% accurate Too Costly Add more referees instead of changing the game Article against GLT
Can disregard if they deem it not working Has to check it’s functionality prior to game Special watch Needs to be trained
Requirements Hawk-Eye & GoalRef Pros and Cons Impact on Referees EXPECT TO SEE IT IN BRAZIL 2014!
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