VAR up and running at the Amex Stadium as TV official makes debut at FA Cup third round tie between Brighton and Crystal Palace



The Video Assistant Referee - or VAR - was set up for the first time in an English competitive game at the AMEX Stadium on Monday night for the FA Cup clash between Brighton and Crystal Palace.
Referee Andre Marriner will be backed by an assistant Neil Swarbrick, who will be watching the game on television in the Premier League's west London studio.
They will be able to use between 12 and 15 camera angles - plus four cameras in each goal - to try to ensure the right decision is made.  
These apply to four key areas - goals, red cards, penalties or cases of mistaken identity - which disrupt... read more

 
8 January 2018 in Sport, Views: 42
Source: Daily Mail
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