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Referees and Assistant Referees for the 2016 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup The FIFA Under-17 Women's World Cup 2016 starts this Friday 30 September 2016 as 16 nations fight to be crowned World Champions! FIFA has already designated the referee teams that are going to Jordan, here they are below: (more…)

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Thanks Harry, published here –

You’re welcome! Glad you like the wallchart.

Good luck to all the officials, looking forward to another fantastic competition.

By WSU at 11:06 am, 28 September 2016

Very Good Article Jamie , and great sentiments from Nick , Hoping to return to the game in WSL myself though not sure in what capacity . But its amazing progress led by a very progressive club albeit financial advantaged . As someone quoted that helps but it still needs good staff and players to gel and work together . Raises the bar again for everyone to work towards , be interesting to see how other clubs and even theFA respond or there may be a danger of them dominating for many years and it reverting back to the old Arsenal era .

By keithboanas at 5:59 am, 28 September 2016

Thank you very much for the wallchart I’ve already printed mine off! Very pleasing to see a Women’s FIFA Championship in the Arab World; Jordan of course rewarded for their admirable contribution to the game in their nation- I am sure they will be great hosts.
FIFA has already designated the referee teams that are going to Jordan, here they are below:

Referee: Kate JACEWICZ (AUS, 1985)
Assistant Referee 1: Renae Coghill (AUS, 1979)
Assistant Referee 2: Uvena Fernandes (IND, 1981)

Referee: Park JI YEONG (KOR, 1981)
Assistant Referee 1: Lee Seul Gi (KOR, 1980)
Assistant Referee 2: Liang Jianping (CHN, 1977)

Referee: Yoshimi YAMASHITA (JPN, 1986)
Assistant Referee 1: Thi Truong (VIE, 1984)
Assistant Referee 2: Maiko Hagio (JPN, 1979)

Referee: Aissata AMEGEE (TGO, 1975)
Assistant Referee 1: Josiane Mbakop (CMR, 1979)
Assistant Referee 2: Fanta Kone (MLI, 1990)

Referee: Ledya Tafesse (ETH, 1980)

Referee: Marie-Soleil BEAUDOIN (CAN, 1982)
Assistant Referee 1: Kathryn Nesbitt (USA, 1988)
Assistant Referee 2: Deleana Quan (USA, 1984)

Referee: Ekaterina KOROLEVA (USA, 1987)
Assistant Referee 1: Stephanie-Dale Yee Sing (JAM, 1986)
Assistant Referee 2: Princess Brown (JAM, 1986)

Referee: Mirian LEON (SLV, 1986)
Assistant Referee 1: Thelma Beltran (SLV, 1987)
Assistant Referee 2: Yudilia Briones (MEX, 1986)

Referee: Laura FORTUNATO (ARG, 1985)
Assistant Referee 1: Daiana Milone (ARG, 1988)
Assistant Referee 2: Leslie Vasquez (CHI, 1987)

Referee: Regildenia HOLANDA (BRA, 1974)
Assistant Referee 1: Tatiane Sacilotti (BRA, 1986)
Assistant Referee 2: Nilda Gamarra (PAR, 1977)

Referee: Viviana MUNOZ (COL, 1985)
Assistant Referee 1: Luzmila Gonzalez (COL, 1978)
Assistant Referee 2: Liliana Bejarano (BOL, 1978)

Referee: Finau Vulivuli (FIJ, 1982)

Referee: Esther AZZOPARDI (MLT, 1981)
Assistant Referee 1: Lucia Abruzzese (ITA, 1976)
Assistant Referee 2: Oleksandra Ardasheva (UKR, 1987)

Referee: Sandra BASTOS (POR, 1978)
Assistant Referee 1: Christina Biehl (GER, 1986)
Assistant Referee 2: Susanne Kueng (SUI, 1988)

Referee: Anastasia PUSTOVOITOVA (RUS, 1981)
Assistant Referee 1: Ekaterina Kurochkina (RUS, 1986)
Assistant Referee 2: Kylie McMullan (SCO, 1988)

Referee: Olga ZADINOVA (CZE, 1985)
Assistant Referee 1: Slavomira Miskova (SVK, 1979)
Assistant Referee 2: Katarzyna Wojs (POL, 1984)

AFC Reserve Referee
Oh Hyeon Jeong (KOR, 1988)

All the FIFA youth championships and the Algarve Cup will go towards who will be selected for France 2019.
All the best to all the teams!

By Harry at 6:12 pm, 27 September 2016

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