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Introducing a new product–915 Fair Play Soccer Foam Spray! 915 Fair Play is a vanishing spray applied by soccer referees to indicate the minimum distance members of the opposing team must remain from the ball during a free kick. See it in action at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil!
915 Fair Play Vanishing Foam Spray
- Vanishing foam spray used by soccer referees
- Effectively establishes the 9.15 meter barrier required between defenders and the ball during free kicks
- Minimizes game delays caused by violations of this space
- Optional can holder sold separately
915H–Fair Play Can Holder:
- Clip for 9-15 Fair Play Vanishing Foam Spray
- Belt holder with integrated "clip grip"
WORLD CUP 2014
For the first time in history, the spray will be used in a World Cup, in Brazil 2014.
The use of the vanishing spray, was approved by all International Football Association Board (IFAB) members during the Board’s 126th Meeting
The 915 Fair Play Limit is patented in over 80 countries worldwide.
The Vanishing Spray 9.15 Fair Play debuts at FIFA’s World Cup 2014 with technical recognition of the global press. The spray began its history in 2000 in Brazil and its tests in Argentina in 2004. The consecration of this project today at FIFA, was only possible because of the merger of two Latin American countries, Brazil and Argentina, that for the first time ever played in the same team. The Brazilian Heine Allemagne and the Argentinean Pablo Silva in 2006 joined their efforts and technical qualities of their creations to make the ideal tool that, in the year 2012, was approved by the International Board for all federations in the world.