FIFA World Cup Qatar will make history in 2022. Three women will be the main referees and assistant referees to officiate the first ever World Cup in the Middle East. With inclusion For the first time in Qatar’s history, women are going to dominate a men’s football World Cup.
The main referees are France’s Stephanie Frapart, Rwanda’s Salima Mukansanga and Japan’s Yoshimi Yamashita, and the assistant referees are Newsback from Brazil, Karen Diaz Madina from Mexico and Catherine Nicebit from the United States.
FIFA has selected 36 key referees, 69 assistant referees and 24 video match officials for the tournament. Pierre Luigi Colina, chairman of the FIFA Refereeing Committee, said that this was the first time that women referees had been selected for the FIFA Men’s World Cup.
The list of 36 key referees includes Anthony Taylor and Michael Oliver from the Premier League and Clement Turpin from France, who will oversee this season’s Champions League. Meanwhile, Argentine referee Lester Pitana, who officiated the last World Cup final between France and Croatia, will not be in the squad this time.
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