How Did Referees Decide Whistle Tone For The End Of The Match?

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Question

How did referees decide upon the whistle tone they would use to denote the end of the match?

Dave, Lincolnshire

Answer

**Definitive **

Name: Austin, Reading

Qualification: A-Level Physics

Answer: The whistle is blown at a lower pitch so that the sound can travel further and reach every player, everyone is therefore aware that it has reached the end of the match. 

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