The first-ever FIFA World Cup to be hosted in the Middle East will introduce many fresh features for the tournament in Doha, Qatar, in 2022.
At the 2022 FIFA World Cup, Qatar will host its first-ever World Cup tournament. These fresh features will appear at this event.
Semi-Automated Offside Technology
The FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar is introducing semi-automated offside technology in the World Cup. Courtesy of VAR (video assistant referee) systems.
Semi-automated offside technology is a technology decision related to assistance. That works within the World Cup for the first time.
Video Assistant Referee is a system used in the World Cup, and this technology will follow in its footsteps.
Semi-automated offside technology and connected ball technology have been tested at numerous tournaments. They are being implemented at FIFA, including the FIFA Arab Cup 2021 and the FIFA Club World Cup 2021.
The officials provided video referees with the capability of making it more accurate. And reproducible offside calls through new, advanced technology.
A more recent option called a field substitution was introduced after the end of the covid epidemic. Allowing a team to make up to five substitutions per game rather than three. It will appear in the 2022 Qatar FIFA World Cup.
The International Football Association Board made this decision in June. After it was enacted to curtail the pandemic spread, the decision was to increase substitutes per game.
That was later adopted in club football. This change empowers managers to devise a tactical advantage over their adversaries in the World Cup.
If there are five substitutes, teams in the FIFA World Cup are allowed to field a 26-man team instead of the customary 23.
Teams in European and Latin American Football competitions have applied this tactic to allow themselves to obtain hotspots inside a coronavirus pandemic.
This is the first time in the FIFA Men s World Cup that there will be a female ref. In fact, among the 36 referees, there are three women: Yoshimi Yamashita, Mukansanga Salima, and Frappart Stephanie.
In addition, Kelly Quesada, Neuza Back, Karen Diaz Medina, and Kathryn Nesbitt are three of the 69 assistant referees heading to the World Cup.
Within 30 days, the world’s largest football competition, the World Cup, will kick off in Qatar. It’s the first time the event is happening in the Middle East.
As a result of the initiatives taken, the sport of football will not be as harmful to the players.
In recent years, the international football calendar was set around the June-July World Cup. This year’s disruption led to rearranging domestic and continental club competitions.
All that was asked of Qatar during its bid to host the 2010 World Cup was some clarification. About how the league format would transfer from season to season.
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