FIFA's International Football Association Board

February 27, 2009
FIFA's International Football Association Board (IFAB) will discuss on Saturday changes to soccer's rulebook including extra referees, sin-bins for yellow card offences and increasing the number of substitutions.

The IFAB meets annually and sets the rules for soccer worldwide.

History
In 1848, a meeting of private schools in the English city of Cambridge established a set of regulations which later led to a universal set of rules for soccer. 15 years after this meeting, the ...

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