Can Science Save… Football

Tuesday, 31st May 2016

It’s been a terrible time for the glorious game: corruption, escalating prices and shrinking grass roots involvement. Could a more scientific approach to everything from the offside rule to deciding who hosts World Cups make it fairer and more watchable?

Join hardcore Arsenal fan Marcus du Sautoy, Leeds supporter Jim Al-Khalili, FameLab star Joanna Bagniewska and statistician David Spiegelhalter as they’re refereed by follower of Grimsby Town and Manchester City Quentin Cooper to see if science really can save football…


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Can Science Save... Football
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