Ah, football. Loved by millions, full of passion, finesse, tactics and drama. Who can say what will happen over the next few weeks at UEFA 2016 (aside from England underwhelming once again)?
The beautiful game is all about the action on the field, but technology has a role to play, from the action replays to giant screens at the ground.
V3 has brought its technological know-how to the world of football to see how else we think technology could play a part in the development of the game.
10. Robot referees
Referees make mistakes. They’re only human, after all. So why not remove them from the game entirely and replace them with an army of robot referees?
They’d never make mistakes, there would be no accusations of bias and no player would dare try intimidating a RefBot 3000.
What’s more it would give rise to new tech-oriented chants: 'Who’s the w*nker with the faulty circuit boards?'
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