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Tokyo 2020, Football Laws: How It Goes, All You Need To Know

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From July 22 to August 7, 2021 Competition From football subordinate Olympic Games From Tokyo 2020. Here is the list with all the information on how it works and in general everything you need to know about an unmissable event for fans of the world of football, even if Italy is missing, it must be said again. So let’s get into the details.

to any concern Men’s Championship Initially sixteen participating teams, divided into four groups of four teams each. In group A we find Japan, South Africa, Mexico and France, in group B New Zealand, South Korea, Honduras and Romania, in group C Egypt, Spain, Argentina and Australia and in group D Brazil, Germany, Ivory Coast and Saudi Arabia. . From each group, the first two seeded groups advance to the quarter-finals. In the event of a tie between two or more teams, to determine the positions they will consider the following order: the best goal difference; more goals scored; a greater number of points in the head-to-head matches between the teams involved; The best goal difference in the head-to-head matches between the respective teams; Scoring a greater number of goals in the direct matches between the respective teams; Fair Play Ranking: Yellow Card: -1 point, Double Yellow Card: -3 points, Direct Red Card: -4 points, Yellow Card and Direct Red Card: -5 points. In the event of a further tie, the green light for the lottery. In the knockout stage, the teams intersect according to the scheme: 1A vs 2B, 1B vs 2A, 1C vs 2D, 1D vs 2C. In the event of a tie, the Canons will play two additional times of fifteen minutes each. In the event of an additional tie, penalties are applied. The third and fourth place final will also be held to award the bronze medal. Final on August 7 in Tokyo.

The Women’s Championship He sees twelve teams at the start. Three groups: in group (A) Japan, Canada, Great Britain and Chile, in group (B) China, Brazil, Zambia and the Netherlands, in group (C) Sweden, the United States, Australia and New Zealand. In the event of a tie between two or more teams, to determine the positions they will consider the following order: the best goal difference; more goals scored; a greater number of points in the head-to-head matches between the teams involved; The best goal difference in the head-to-head matches between the respective teams; Scoring a greater number of goals in the direct matches between the respective teams; Fair Play Ranking: Yellow Card: -1 point, Double Yellow Card: -3 points, Direct Red Card: -4 points, Yellow Card and Direct Red Card: -5 points. In the event of a tie again, proceed with the draw. The top two ranked teams in each group and the two best third-placed teams advance to the quarter-finals. To compare the best third parties, look at the total points in the group, in the case of a tie by goal difference, then goals scored, goals conceded, and therefore fair play and a last resort tie. 1A vs. 3B/C, 1C vs. 3A/B, 1B vs. 2C, 2A vs. 2B in the quarterfinals. The third and fourth place final will also be held to award the bronze medal. Final on August 6 in Tokyo.

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