The International Football Association Board (IFAB) is the body that determines the Laws of the Game of association football. - Source: Wikipedia
"The aim of this document is to generate discussion and take a 'fresh' look at how the Laws could make the game better," IFAB said in the document called "Play Fair!"
FIFA panel invites debate on 'radical' 60-minute game clock →
Teams currently alternate in shootouts, but the International Football Association Board says research shows the first team taking kicks has a 60 percent chance of winning.
Soccer lawmakers mull tennis-style penalty shootout pattern →