Scottish Premiership to use VAR from next season

On Tuesday, Scottish Premiership clubs voted to use VAR technology from next season.

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The VAR will be installed in all 12 Premiership stadiums in the coming months and is expected to be available to assist referees by December.

The Scottish Professional Football League is also set to use VAR in the Scottish League Cup semi-finals and finals in January and February 2023.

Neil Doncaster, SPFL’s chief executive, said: “I am delighted to have received the required 75% of the vote in the Premiership, Championship and League One and Two, enabling us to move forward with VAR technology next season.”

The estimated ખર્ચ 1.2 million ($ 1.5 million) annual cost of the system will be met by the Premiership Clubs, with each paying in proportion to their season-end payments.

“SPFL has chosen not to be an early adopter of VAR technology so as to be given time by the league to address the dental problems that led to the early adoption of VAR,” said Doncaster.

“I believe this was the right decision and the VAR will help the referees to ensure that tight decisions are more often than not and that they will support a higher standard and a more consistent level of decision making.”

SPFL will use the Hockey Innovation System, which is used in the English Premier League.

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