FA Cup will see video officiating trialed from third round - debuting as Brighton take on Crystal Palace
Video assistant referees will be trialled from the third round of this season's FA Cup, the Football Association has announced. The technology will be used for the first time in competitive action in England, forming part of the…
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Brighton’s FA Cup match with Crystal Palace will mark the debut of video officiating in a competitive club match in England.
Chelsea, Arsenal, Crystal Palace and West Ham will have their FA Cup third-round ties screened live on TV in January.
January's FA Cup clash between Brighton & Hove Albion and Crystal Palace will be the first competitive club match in England where VAR is trialed.
Brighton’s third-round clash with Crystal Palace will see system used