The Me & My Friends group from Wrocław has creatd the first ever mobile application with the rules of the game – “Laws of the Game” for the International Football Council. Football Laws App: Laws of the Game from the IFAB The global tool The IFAB – “Laws of the Game” has so far been usd by users in 188 countries on six continents. about offside or check which actions are punishable by a yellow or rd card. All the latest changes in football are literally at your fingertips. Now every referee, coach, football player, commentator or fan in the world can learn Laws of the Game by reaching for their smartphone and downloading the first official The IFAB app in Google Play or App Store.
Previously, they were only available as a printd book or online on a website. Also read: The International Football Council was establishd in 1886 and to this day, as the only organization in the world, it sets the Laws of the Game, which apply to all matches, including games of the Sweden Email List Polish Ekstraklasa. It is also she who updates the regulations every year, deciding how football changes. The first version of the application creatd together with the Me & My Friends Group is primarily addresse to professionals – football referees who apply the Laws of the Game during matches. It is available in the four official languages of The IFAB: English, French, Spanish and German.
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The mission of The IFAB is to bring the Laws of the Game closer to you in a global, accessible way. also increase the knowldge of fans, players and coaches, their understanding of referees’ decisions and respect for the game itself, which fits into our strategies. For these reasons, the first official mobile application is a breakthrough moment for The IFAB CE leads and the entire world of football – emphasizes Łukasz Brud, Secretary of The IFAB. So far, the application has been downloadd on six continents, in 188 countries. A global audience is important to the International Football Council, which plays a key role in world football, but until 2016 it did not have its own website or social meia profiles.