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Report: Football's Lawmakers Propose 25 Minute Half-Time To Replicate The NFL Super Bowl

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According to a report, football's lawmakers IFAB will be discussing whether to increase the duration of half-time from 15 minutes to 25 minutes like in the NFL Super Bowl.

In the NFL, regular half-time periods are about 12 minutes long but can be upto 30 minutes during the Super Bowl.

Football's lawmakers IFAB are due to meet on Thursday for their Annual Business Meeting which is attended and chaired by FIFA.

It's also mentioned in the report that FIFA failed previously with a proposal to increase halftime to 20 minutes back in 2009.

The report claims that whilst the law that details how long half-time can last is not part of the standard agenda, it understands that it will be covered as part of any other business at the end of the meeting.

The idea is to try and create more entertainment such as music during the half-time period which would in turn provide more commercial opportunities.

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