Sept. 9 – Video technology is almost certain to be introduced in the English top-flight and other countries from 2018 following Dutch trials, according to KNVB operations director. Christian Radnedge reports from Soccerex
April 1 – Hawk-Eye is the official goal-line technology provider for this summer’s Women’s World Cup, FIFA confirms.
May 22 – Karl-Heinz Rummenigge says Bayern Munich now supports the use of goal-line technology in the Bundesliga… Dutch FA considers expanding role of “video referee” for next season.
Apr. 3 – Also: IFAB approves updated goal-line technology manual.
April 2 – Also: Manchester City picks engineering firm for stadium expansion.
March 24 – Meeting in Frankfurt today, Bundesliga clubs voted against a plan to introduce goal-line technology. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
March 13 – Also: MLS, USA Today join forces for imaging site.
Dec. 20 – FIFA officials back use of goal-line technology and vanishing spray following their success at Club World Cup… FIFA’s Strategic Committee also discusses two controversial elements of reforms process – limits on age and terms of office. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
Dec. 13 – Barcelona strike a deal with Intel in which the tech company’s logo is printed on the inside of players’ jerseys…Goal-line technology is making its first appearance in Africa at the Club World Cup in Morocco… World Cup draw breaks FIFA’s online traffic record. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson and Nick Devlin report.
December 4, 2013 – Manchester United launched new electronic boards at its match tonight … UEFA chief Michel Platini says he’s now open to goal line technology at the European Championships.