The arbitrator may consult the VAR referee team through a headset without having to review the screen.
Where to use Var?
The referee will signal using the Var technology by drawing a rectangle. The central control room will recreate two video streams and stream them to the game field, where the match is taking place with the following content.
The first video will cover every angle reviewed and analyzed by a team.
The second video from the central control room shows the team’s work here to ensure transparency.
Based on two videos provided by the central control room, the referee refuses to review them with a screen placed close to the football field, from which the referee will make the most accurate decisions in sensitive and easy situations. causing controversy in all matches that took place during the 2018 World Cup.
The central control room will always monitor each situation and developments on the pitch, not just when asked by the referees to support a given situation. The central control room will even contact the referee when a clear situation or serious error occurs.
Var technology in football has also been tested in the UK and some matches in Germany and Italy before being officially applied at Worldcup 2018. This is also the first time VAR is used in a Worldcup. Previously, FiFa also applied the goal line technology for the first time at Worldcup 2014.
In football, when is VAR used?
In a football match VAR is only used in certain situations that are: penalty kick 11m, identify errors, goals and red cards directly. Details are as follows.
Use Var to determine goals
When a team claims a goal, the referee will ask to use VAR to detect offside, pull shirts and other errors during the scoring process. And goals will not be accepted when the culprit offside offside a few centimeters.