Referee will wear a camera for the first time in the Premier League

Referee will wear a camera for the first time in the Premier League

For the first time in the English football league, a referee will carry a camera that will record the match between Manchester United and Crystal Palace in first person.

The referee Jarred Gillett will carry a camera for the first time in the history of the Premier League during Monday’s game between Crystal Palace and the Manchester Unitedas part of the filming of a unique referee promotion program, the league reported Monday.

Last year, the Football Association announced it would trial body cameras on referees in lower league football leagues. Englandin an attempt to determine whether the technology could help “improve the behavior of the participants and respect towards the referees.”

The Bundesliga also used the “RefCam” for the first time during a 2-2 draw between the Eintracht Frankfurt and the VfL Wolfsburg in February.



The “RefCam” that was tested in the Bundesliga.

“Fans will be able to watch it at the end of the year as part of a program produced by Premier League Productions with the aim of offering more information and education about the demands of refereeing in the Premier League”the league said in a statement.

“The technology consists of a head-mounted device that is integrated into the referees’ usual communications system. Its sole use for educational purposes has been approved by the IFAB (International Football Association Board), the Premier League, PGMOL (Professional Game Match Officials Limited) and both clubs. We want to thank Crystal Palace and Manchester United for their support in this project,” added the organization’s release.

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