Including a throw-in.. “FIFA” is studying radical changes in the laws

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Reducing the match time to 60 minutes instead of 90

The International Football Association (FIFA) is studying sweeping and radical changes to the laws of football that fans have been accustomed to for years and decades, with several reports describing them as revolutionary amendments.

According to the Spanish newspaper “Mundo Deportivo”, the International Football Association “FIFA” plans to reduce the match time to 60 minutes instead of 90, so that the duration of each half becomes only 30 minutes.

As for the second amendment, it relates to how to calculate overtime, as the International Federation is looking at the possibility of stopping the timing of the match at each stop, as happens in handball and basketball, in order to know the actual playing time, without the need to calculate the lost time by the match referee.

FIFA is also studying the application of a suspension penalty to a player who receives a yellow card, as he is excluded from the match for 5 minutes before returning again, which is similar to a two-minute suspension in handball.

Regarding substitutions, FIFA is also considering allowing an unlimited number of substitutions per team during a match, without setting a maximum.

Among the radical modifications, it is allowed to implement a throw-in with the foot, such as futsal, in addition to the possibility of hitting the kick-off directly to the goal without the need to exchange the ball between players.

El Mundo said that FIFA is studying the experience of these modifications during the Future Cup tournament, in which the under-19 teams of PSV Eindhoven and Alkmaar clubs from the Netherlands, Club Brugge of Belgium and Leipzig of Germany participate, so that all modifications will be evaluated and what will be applied to official competitions in the coming years.
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Including a throw-in.. “FIFA” is studying radical changes in the laws of the game

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The International Football Association (FIFA) is studying sweeping and radical changes to the laws of football that fans have been accustomed to for years and decades, with several reports describing them as revolutionary amendments.

According to the Spanish newspaper “Mundo Deportivo”, the International Football Association “FIFA” plans to reduce the match time to 60 minutes instead of 90, so that the duration of each half becomes only 30 minutes.

As for the second amendment, it relates to how to calculate overtime, as the International Federation is looking at the possibility of stopping the timing of the match at each stop, as happens in handball and basketball, in order to know the actual playing time, and without the need to calculate the lost time by the match referee.

FIFA is also studying the application of a suspension penalty to a player who receives a yellow card, as he is excluded from the match for 5 minutes before returning again, which is similar to a two-minute suspension in handball.

Regarding substitutions, FIFA is also considering allowing an unlimited number of substitutions per team during a match, without setting a maximum.

Among the radical modifications, it is allowed to implement a throw-in with the foot, such as futsal, in addition to the possibility of hitting the kick-off directly to the goal without the need to exchange the ball between players.

El Mundo said that FIFA is studying the experience of these modifications during the Future Cup tournament, in which the under-19 teams of PSV Eindhoven and Alkmaar clubs from the Netherlands, Club Brugge of Belgium and Leipzig of Germany participate, so that all modifications will be evaluated and what will be applied to official competitions in the coming years.

17 July 2021 – 7 Dhu al-Hijjah 1442

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Reducing the match time to 60 minutes instead of 90

The International Football Association (FIFA) is studying sweeping and radical changes to the laws of football that fans have been accustomed to for years and decades, as several reports described them as revolutionary amendments.

According to the Spanish newspaper “Mundo Deportivo”, the International Football Association “FIFA” plans to reduce the match time to 60 minutes instead of 90, so that the duration of each half becomes only 30 minutes.

As for the second amendment, it relates to how to calculate overtime, as the International Federation is looking at the possibility of stopping the timing of the match at each stop, as happens in handball and basketball, in order to know the actual playing time, and without the need to calculate the lost time by the match referee.

FIFA is also studying the application of a suspension penalty to a player who receives a yellow card, as he is excluded from the match for 5 minutes before returning again, which is similar to a two-minute suspension in handball.

Regarding substitutions, FIFA is also considering allowing an unlimited number of substitutions per team during a match, without setting a maximum.

Among the radical modifications, it is allowed to implement a throw-in with the foot, such as futsal, in addition to the possibility of hitting the kick-off directly to the goal without the need to exchange the ball between players.

El Mundo said that FIFA is studying the experience of these modifications during the Future Cup tournament, in which the under-19 teams of Eindhoven and Alkmaar clubs from the Netherlands, Club Brugge of Belgium and Leipzig of Germany participate, so that all modifications will be evaluated and what will be applied to official competitions in the coming years.





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