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Goal-Line Technology Update: July 2013

There have been some interesting news items about goal-line technology this week. The GoalControl system was used in all six stadia in the FIFA Confederations...

Goal-Line Technology Update: April 2013

I have been following FIFA's plans for goal-line technology. My last update was in February. Yesterday it was announced that GoalControl GmbH has won the right...

Goal-Line Technology Update: February 2013

I have been following FIFA's plans for goal-line technology. My last update was in December. Yesterday (19 February), FIFA announced: After a successful implementation of Goal-Line Technology...

Goal-Line Technology Update: May 2012

iSportConnect carried a story today about the use of goal-line technology in football. The story indicates that: England's friendly against Belgium at Wembley on 2 June...

Football Goal-Line Technology Update: April 2012

I have been posting about goal-line technology in football since March 2011. This month FIFA has announced that the final phase of goal-line technology tests...

Goal-Line Technology Update: December 2011

I have been monitoring discussions about goal-line technology in football. Last month I reported on developments in Australian Rules Football. This month the focus has returned...

Goal-Line Technology: July 2011 Update

This week there was an announcement on Fifa.com (21 July) about goal-line technology developments. Nine companies have nominated for goal-line technology’s (GLT) first testing phase. All...

Goal-Line Technology: June 2011 Upddate

This week iSportConnect and World Football Insider carried updated discussions on goal-line technology. World Football Insider suggests that 13 companies have expressed interest whilst...

Goal? … and some

In March I wrote about IFAB's decision to extend testing of goal-line technology. On 3 May FIFA announced that a new set of tests for...

Goal?

The International Football Association Board (IFAB) has announced that the testing of Goal Line Technology will be extended by one year. At the annual meeting...