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Technology In Soccer

We will see how the technology works in soccer
by HECTOR MARTIN BARBA BLAKE on 5 December 2012

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Transcript of Technology In Soccer

GoalRef and HawkEye Technology in Soccer History of Soccer In 1848 representatives of different English schools gathered at the University of Cambridge to create the Cambridge code, it would work as a basis for the creation of the rules of modern soccer. History of Soccer The soccer was created in England following the formation of the Football Association, whose rules of 1863 are the foundation of the sport today. History of Soccer 1863, year of foundation of The Football Association

The first game was held on November 30, 1872 in Partick, Scotland History of Soccer Sport as it is known today has its origins in the British Isles
The first meeting of the International Football Association Board was in 1886 and the founding of FIFA in France was in 1904. History of Soccer The International Board consists of England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland, was commissioned to write the first rules of play which were 14. History of Soccer With the emergence of FIFA in 1904 these rules were increasing to end at 17, as we know them. History of Soccer To place a new rule, modify or delete an existing one, it must be at least 6 out of 8 votes, 4 votes from FIFA and 4 votes from the IFAB. This exhibition is devoted to explaining the rule number 10, The method of scoring, and the way how the need to incorporate technology methods in the field to score a goal without problems to the referee. The Law Number 10: The method of Scoring
This rule determines that
•“A goal is scored when the whole of the ball passes over the goal line, between the goalposts and under the crossbar, provided that no infringement of the Laws of The Game has been committed (foul) previously in the team scoring the goal.”
On Thursday July 5 FIFA and IFAB approved the use of technology to make valid the scored goals. Two systems were put on the table, one English called Hawk-Eye and a German known as GoalRef, which have been fully approved.
This two systems alert the referee a second after the ball has passed the goal line.
The Hawk-Eye system uses a total of 14 cameras spread over different parts of the stadium (seven for each side of the court), which send the signal to a speed of microseconds to a base which sends the signal of GOAL to the Referee. GoalRef involves placing the chip inside the ball, which communicates with a magnetic field which is on the goal line. Both are able to send the signal for a GOAL in the referee's watch The first tournament to use these new methods will be the German Bundesliga and the FIFA Club World Cup 2012 that will take place in December, in addition to not having failures, will also be used in the 2014 Brasil World Cup. How they works? You must have to see this videos: History of Soccer Origins
The Cambridge Code
IFAB and FIFA Introduction
The Law number 10
Technology in Soccer
HawkEye
GoalRef
How it works? The technology and The Laws of the Game Index By Hector M. Barba Blake GoalRef and HawkEye Technology in Soccer By Hector M. Barba Blake Questions?
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