New AI Tool May Allow Fans to Predict Team Performance in World Cup

New FIFA AI tool could allow fans to predict team performance in World Cup

  • Publish date: Monday، 14 November 2022
New AI Tool May Allow Fans to Predict Team Performance in World Cup

In-depth match statistics, contemporary visuals, and video performances from previous World Cups will be shared with fans and participating teams for the first time during the World Cup, FIFA announced on Friday.

The service, created by FIFA's High-Performance Unit under the direction of FIFA's head of global football development Arsene Wenger, will offer insight into 11 indicators including predicted goals, possession control, and phases of play.

“Every match will have its own unique set of in-match and post-match enhanced football intelligence visuals presented as augmented reality and traditional graphics,” FIFA said.

“These new statistics will enable an analysis not only of what happens on the ball but also the movements and interactions around and off the ball for teams and players when they are both in and out of possession.” 

FIFA has also established a dedicated coaching website that offers thorough video breakdowns of each metric.

Former Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger said making the data readily available aimed to help “everyone to better understand the game.”

“Enhanced football intelligence will be our blueprint for how we analyze football in the future,” he added.

Additionally, FIFA has unveiled a brand-new ticketing program for World Cup attendees.

The application will make it simple for fans to modify their personal information, retrieve their tickets, and—most importantly—change the guests of ticket holders.

To access any stadium during the football tournament, you will need both the Hayya card and the FIFA application. The new program is called FIFA World Cup 2022TM Tickets, and it can be found on Google Play and the App Store.

The first-ever World Cup in the area, the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, will start on November 20 and host 1.5 million expected spectators.

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