France Score Thanks To First Important Use Of Goal-Line Technology

France made quick work of Honduras today, mostly thanks to a first half foul in the box that resulted in a French penalty and a second yellow for Honduras's Wilson Palacios. The game was put out of reach in the 48th minute when Karim Benzema's shot caromed off the post, deflected off the goalkeeper's arm, and rolled… » 6/15/14 5:36pm 6/15/14 5:36pm

Today, We'll Get Our First Look At Soccer's New Goal Line Technology

Goal line technology will be used in soccer will be used for the first time at this year's Confederations Cup, which starts today. There's long been a debate in soccer whether the sport should introduce more technology in its matches, especially when it comes to goal line technology. Soccer's a free-flowing game with… » 6/15/13 1:45pm 6/15/13 1:45pm

This Is The Goal Line Technology That Will Be Used At The 2014 World Cup

Spurred largely by Frank Lampard's disallowed score at the last World Cup (and also the fact that's fucking 2013 and there's no reason to be guessing on goals), FIFA has settled on the specific technology that it will use for Brazil 2014. Magic cameras! Virtual replays! Dick Tracy radio wristwatches! The future is… » 4/02/13 2:52pm 4/02/13 2:52pm

Everton Fans Would Be Happy To Take Some NFL Replacement Referees Off…

While two different goal-line technologies are approved for use by the world's top soccer organizations, neither are implemented in the English Premier League yet—the limeys electing to stick with the power of the human eye for the time being. That's unfortunate, because EPL assistant referees are blind as bats.… » 9/18/12 9:00am 9/18/12 9:00am