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Our first resource is intended to help you keep track of VAR competitions in football from around the world. We aim to update this every two weeks so please bookmark this page.
Updates from January 2021, you may have missed:
- Premier League to allow permanent concussion substitutes
- New competition: Japan Rugby Union League to debut in 2022
- EFL League Cup: Five substitutions allowed in the semifinals and finals
- WTA announces first twenty weeks of the 2021 tour
- NBL revises 2021 season opener schedule
Updates from December 2020, you may have missed:
- BNP Paribas Open to not be held March 8-21 2021 as originally scheduled. New tournament dates tbc.
- CONCACAF to introduce VAR at 2021 Champions League and Gold Cup
- ATP announces tour calendar up until April 4th 2021
- WTA announces first seven weeks of 2021 tour
- English League Cup final pushed back 2 months to April 25th. Final is due to take place at Wembley.
- Inaugural NBL Cup to take place in Melbourne starting Febuary 20, 2021
- NHL 2020-21 regular season schedule announced, starting January 13 2021 (56 games)
- Billie Jean King Cup 2021 Finals and Playoffs moved to April 2021 (13-18 and 16-17 April respectively)
- Amended tour dates: England to tour Sri Lanka and South Africa to tour Pakistan in January 2021
- New competition: Indian Premier Handball League to launch December 24th
- Tournament date change: Asean Football Federation moves Suzuki Cup National Team tournament to December 5, 2021 to January 1, 2022, cancelling the 2020 edition
- Diamond League 2021 to return to 32 disciplines (had been 24 in the previous edition)
- England and South Africa ODI Series abandoned due to COVID-19
- Cyprus First Division to implement VAR from matchweek 14 / 11th December
- England’s ODI Series versus the Netherlands rescheduled to 2022
- Women’s Rugby World Cup to expand to 16 teams from 2025
Updates from November 2020:
- EFL to increase the permitted number of substitutes to five in all EFL fixtures for the remainder of the 2021/21 season
- Big Bash League implement three rule changes for upcoming competition