The often-controversial technology is unlikely to be used for this season’s Champions League, UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin said.
“For now, it doesn’t look as though it will happen,” Ceferin said a day after the Champions League draw.
The Super Cup game between this season’s Champions League and Europa League winners will be played on Aug. 14, 2019, in Istanbul at the home stadium of Besiktas.
UEFA could then use video assistant referees in next season’s Champions League, starting in the playoff round, and the Europa League from 2020.
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