The first match, which was shown live in the USSR, was also comment by Vadim Sinyavsky. It happened in 1949. Then at the stadium (now being reconstruct), which is locate in Petrovsky Park, Dynamo and CDKA play. The last team won by three goals. The first goal, which has already become historic, was score by Gregory Fedotov. In his honor, many years later, a symbolic club was name. Which include athletes who score 100 or more goals in official matches.
In Europe, such reports have long been popular. In 1936. At the Olympic Games, which were held in Germany, for the first time they used a unique technology – they repeated especially critical moments.
Color television has revolutionized
Until 1969, football broadcasts could not reach a new, qualitative level. Some nuances interfered:
Televisions had small screens, and in general, not everyone could afford this expensive technique. In many states, even developed ones, they were considered a luxury. In the Soviet Union, and even more so, television receivers could not be found in every home. But the happy owners of such know-how invited guests to their place in order to tune in a big company to watch an important event.
There was no color television, which created certain problems – in particular, sometimes the teams were indistinguishable from each other. It should be taken into account that all dark colors (red, blue, green) looked equally gray. For this reason, it was necessary to stipulate this moment in advance: someone dressed up in white, someone in dark. Otherwise, it would be difficult for the viewer to identify the players on the field.
For the first time, color television was talk about in the late to early 60s, but only in America, West Germany and France. However, the first football match in color was show to the English viewer only in 1969. When Liverpool and West Ham enter the field. Moreover, the broadcast was pre-record. The first World Cup to be show in color was the 1970 World Cup in Mexico.
Surprisingly, despite the height of the Cold War in our country, there were 무료스포츠중계 from the championships, which is why football was gaining more and more popularity among Soviet fans. This was also due to the fact that football was play somewhat well in the West than in our country already starting closer to the 80s. Moreover, ordinary hardworking foreigners had the opportunity to travel around the world following their favorite team. Soviet citizens had no such luxury.
State-of-the-art technologies at the turn of the century
In early 2010, the first football broadcast in 3D was help in England. The match was attend by Arsenal and Manchester United. Such know-how is just beginning to gain momentum and has not yet come into use.
Thus, today watching football on TV is becoming much more interesting than in the stands. No matter how paradoxical it may sound. Of course, the emotions received are difficult to compare with something else, but someone likes the opportunity to watch replays, listen to expert comments and stop the broadcast more.
Recently, the camera work of filmmakers and television people is take to be compare. And this is no accident. The fact is that both there and there, a huge team of professionals is struggling to get a high-quality picture that the viewer will see. It was rumor that eminent directors shot their legendary films with several cameras – almost a hundred, in order to achieve the most believable, penetrating effect. In football, so far there is no talk of such a quantity of equipment. However, the fact that about twenty operators are working on the field at the same time is a well-known fact.
Among the varieties of cameras there are those that fly from above, and those that demonstrate slow-motion replays, and those that stand behind the gate. Moreover, microphones are placed around the perimeter of the field: fans can hear coaches’ tips, players’ encouragement, and referees‘ decisions.