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FIFA are set to share detailed data from every World Cup match in Qatar to offer insight to fans

FIFA are set to share detailed data from every World Cup match in Qatar to offer insight to fans… as chief of global development Arsene Wenger insists he wants to help ‘everyone to better understand the game’

FIFA will reveal they are to share detailed match data, graphics and videos from every World Cup match in Qatar.

All 32 teams, supporters and broadcasters will have access to the information through a new performance analysis service.

The service, led by FIFA’s chief of global football development Arsene Wenger and developed by the world governing body’s High Performance team, will offer insight on 11 metrics including expected goals, possession control and phases of play.

FIFA will share detailed match data, graphics and videos from every World Cup match in Qatar

‘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,’ said FIFA.

‘These new statistics break down each area of the game into fine detail and provide operational definitions and multiple video examples to clearly define each action.’

FIFA has also set up a specialist coaching website to provide detailed video explanations on each metric.

FIFA’s chief of global football development Arsene Wenger said making the data readily available aimed to help “everyone to better understand the game"

FIFA’s chief of global football development Arsene Wenger said making the data readily available aimed to help “everyone to better understand the game”

Former Arsenal manager 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 analyse football in the future,’ he added.

’We would like to share our vision of using football data analytics combined with technical expert interpretation to create a new football intelligence.

‘My team will continue to provide new and insightful football analysis content to help share new understanding of the game combined with performance data, video examples and technical explanations.’

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