The Scottish Professional Football League is the latest addition to the Hawk-eye VAR.
The Scottish Professional Football League has unanimously voted to implement the Hawk-Innovation video assistant refereeing system, which continues to be internationally encouraged.
With 41 out of 42 teams supporting VAR on Tuesday, the SPFL announced plans to use the League Cup semi-finals and finals in early 2023, following the World Cup in Qatar in December.
Crowford Allen said that Hawk’s technology and six strategic satellites, already used by FIFA, the English Premier League and the recent World Cup qualifiers, can correct refereeing calls on the field 99%. Chief Justice of the Scottish Football Association.
“You can never get 100 percent, and football is always in the comments,” Allen told Sky Sports. But that 99, I’m sure we will agree, 92 or 93 percent better than the current one. ”
The Scottish system works in much the same way as the FIFA system, in which reviews are used for penalties, red cards, goal verification and false identity. According to Sky Sports, VAR costs 1.2 1.2 million a year, with each club sharing the cost based on the bottom of the league table. Winners of Premier League clubs will pay around 195 195,000 a year.
“The price is fantastic,” Alan told Sky Sports. “If I am promoting Scottish football and I am a member of the football family, I would like to consider Scottish football as an investment rather than an expense.”