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FIFA appointed referees and assistant referees for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar

FIFA appointed referees and assistant referees for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar

The FIFA Referees Committee announced on Thursday Lists of selected referees and assistants for the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

After evaluating the quality of their work and the performance shown in FIFA tournaments, as well as in other national and international tournaments in recent years, and in close cooperation with the six confederations, they chose 36 referees, 69 assistant referees and 24 members of the video referee team.

Pierluigi Collina, Chairman of the FIFA Referees Committee explains: “As always, we have put quality above all else, and the referees selected are of the highest caliber in the world. The 2018 World Cup has been very successful, among other things, for refereeing excellence, and we will present Everything to make it better in Qatar.”

The Road to Qatar 2022 project started in 2019. More than 50 tripartite referees were analyzed as potential candidates, and this project has undergone extensive preparations. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has made this preparation far from easy, as face-to-face activities have been suspended for an extended period.

“The pandemic affected our activities, especially in 2020 and early 2021. Fortunately, it was way away from the World Cup and we had enough time to prepare the candidates. We have announced the names in advance so far because we want to work more equally with the referees appointed for the World Cup and their follow-up. In the coming months, the message is clear: Do not rest on your laurels, keep working hard and prepare rigorously for the World Cup,” said Collina.

Massimo Busacca, Director of the FIFA Arbitration Branch, ensures that referees receive all necessary support from FIFA, as their preparation is essential.

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“Thanks to an innovative monitoring and support programme, FIFA referee coaches are able to supervise all referees more closely and intensively than before. This is a very important factor through which we hope to see significant improvements and progress.” FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™, “Busaka Details”. In addition, there will be specially designed programs, especially in relation to health and fitness. Each referee will be monitored in the coming months and a final technical evaluation, physical and medical aspects, will be carried out shortly before the tournament, to be in the best conditions with the start of the World Cup.”

The chosen rulers They will participate in various seminars in June and July (Asuncion, Madrid, Doha), where videos of real match situations will be reviewed and analyzed, and they will participate in practical training sessions with football playerswhich will be recorded so that the participants receive immediate feedback from the trainers.

“Preparations continue to focus on protecting footballers and the image of football, bringing consistency and harmony to it, reading the match from a technical and tactical point of view, and understanding the diversity of mentalities between football players and teams,” Busacca added. Shows. We cannot prevent all errors, but we will do everything we can to keep them to a minimum.”

VAR technology was first introduced at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ and four years later a team of 24 VMOs will be in Qatar, ready to provide their teammates on the field with the technology support they need. Since only a few FIFA member associations used VAR at the time, VARs from Europe and South America were selected to participate in the World Cup in Russia.

Currently, VAR technology is used in all major global competitions and at the World Cup there will also be VMOs from Asia, Africa, Central America and North America.

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For the first time in history, the FIFA Referees Committee also included three referees and many assistants.

“We are delighted to be able to certify for the first time in World Cup history with referees Stephanie Frappart (France), Salema Mukansanga (Rwanda) and Yoshimi Yamashita (Japan), along with assistants Noisa Pac (Brazil), Karen. Diaz Medina (Mexico) and Katherine Nesbitt (USA). These appointments culminate in a long process that began several years ago with the appointment of female referees in FIFA tournaments for young and old. In this sense, we will never tire of repeating that the important thing is quality, not gender. I hope, in the future, the fact that elite referees exist in competitions will be understood. Big guys as a normal thing and it wouldn’t be news. They deserve to participate in the FIFA World Cup because they are consistently excellent performances, and that is the deciding factor for us,”

Appointments:

Referees (36): Abdulrahman Al-Jassim (Qatar), Evan Barton (ESA), Chris Beth (Australia), Raphael Klaus (Brazil), Matthew Conger (New Zealand), Ismail Al-Fateh (USA), Mario Escobar (Georgia), Alireza Faghani (Iran), Stephanie Frappart (France), Bakary Jasama (Gam), Mostafa Ghorbal (ALG), Victor Gomez (RSA), Istvan Kovacs (Rome), Ning Ma (China), Danny McKelley (Ned), Simon Marciniak (Poland) ), Said Martinez (Poland) HON), Antonio Mathieu Lahoz (Spain), Andres Matias Matunte Cabrera (URU), Mohamed Abdullah Mohamed (UAE), Salima Mukansanga (RWA), Maguette Ndiaye (Senegal), Michael Oliver ( ING), Daniel Orsato (Italy), Kevin Ortega (PER), Cesar Ramos (Mexico), Fernando Rapallini (ARB), Wilton Sampaio (Brazil), Daniel Seibert (Germany), Gianni Sikazoi (ZAM), Anthony Taylor (ING) , Facundo Tello (Argentina), Clement Turpin (FRA), Jesus Valenzuela (VEN), Slavko Vincic (SLO) and Yoshimi Yamashita (JPN).

Auxiliaries (69): Muhammad Reza Abu Al-Fadhli (Iran), Mahmoud Abu Al-Regal (Egypt), Talib Al-Marri (Qatar), Muhammad Al-Hammadi (UAE), Hassan Al-Bahri (UAE), Saud Ahmed Al-Maqaleh (Qatar), Mihai Artin (Al-Rum), Kyle Atkins (USA), News Buck (Brazil), Ashley Beacham (Australia), Juan Pablo Bellati (Argentina), Simon Bennett (England), Gary Beswick (England), Diego Bonfa (Argentina), Bruno Boschilia (Brazil) , Ezequiel Brailovsky (Argentina), Stuart Burt (ING), Djibril Camara (Senegal), Yi Kao (China), Cerro Carboni (Italy), Pau Ciprien (Spain), Gabriel Chad (Argentina), Nicolas Danos (France), Jean De Vries (Ned), Karen Diaz Medina (Mexico), Roberto Diaz (Spain), Gerson dos Santos (ANG), Abdelhak Echiali (ALG), Raimundo Helps Vélez (Dom), Rodrigo Figueiredo (Brazil), Rafael Folten (Germany). ), Alessandro Gialatini (Italy), Muqrin Gourari (ALG), Cyril Gringore (FRA), Miguel Hernández (MEX), Tomaz Krancnik (SLO), Andraz Kovacic (SLO), Tomasz Listkiewicz (Poland), Walter Lopez (HON), Tevita Makasini (TGA), Muhammadrizza Mansouri (IRN), Arsenio Marengule (MOZ), Vasile Marinescu (RUM), Juan Carlos Mor a (CRC), David Morán (ESA), Tulio Moreno (VEN), Alberto Morín (MEX), Katherine Nisbet (USA), Elvis Noupue (CMR), Adam Nunn (ING), Michael Orúe (PER), Cory Parker (USA), Souru Phatsoane (LES), Bruno Pires (BRA), Mark Rule (NZL), Alhaji Samba (SEN), Jesus Sanchez (PER), Jan Seidel (GER), Anton Schchetinin (AUS), Xiang Shi (China), Danilo Simon (BRA), Zakhele Siwela (RSA), Pawel Sokolnicki (POL), Martín Soppi (URU), Hessel Steegstra (NED), Nicolás Taran (URU), Jorge Urrego (VEN), Caleb Wales (TRI) and Zachary Zieglar (South).

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– VAR (24): Abdullah Al-Marri (Qatar), Julio Bassonan (China), Mohammed Ben Jahari (SGP), Jerome Brisard (France), Bastien Dankert (Germany), Ricardo de Burgos Bengotexia (Spain), Sean Evans (Australia), Drew Fischer (Canada) )) ), Marco Fritz (Germany), Nicolas Gallo (Colonel), Lloydane Gonzalez (Oro), Fernando Guerrero (Mexico), Alejandro Hernandez Hernandez (Spain), Massimiliano Irate (Italy), Radwan Gaid (MAR), Tomasz (Paul Kwiatkowski) ), Juan Martinez Monoera (Spain), Benoit Melot (France), Juan Soto (Ven), Paulo Valeri (Italy), Paulus van Buekel (Ned), Mauro Vigliano (Argentina), Armando Villarreal (USA), Adel Zorc (Maryland).