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IFFHS AWARDS | Bibiana Steinhaus voted The World’s Best Woman Referee 2017

December 4, 2017 in News

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Third award for Bibiana Steinhaus

IFFHS AWARDS | Bibiana Steinhaus voted The World’s Best Woman Referee 2017

Outstanding referee Bibiana Steinhaus made it a double for German football when she won the 2017 IFFHS vote as The World’s Best Woman Referee in the same time that Felix Brych won the men’s award.

Steinhaus became the happiest woman in the football world and stepped into a new area in May 2017 when the DFB Referees Commission announced she would be the first woman to take charge of matches in the men’s major Bundesliga in Germany. In September she took to the field to become the first woman to referee matches in the top five leagues of the World!

91 Experts and journalists from all continents crowned Bibiana Steinhaus for the third time after 2013 and 2014 to The IFFHS World’s Best Woman referee 2017 with a convincing advantage.

She began her referee career in 2005, leaded matches of men Second Bundesliga and woman international matches since 10 years, for example the World Cup final 2011 in Germany, the Olympic Games final 2012 in England and the Champions League final 2017 in Wales.

The Swiss referee Esther Stäubli took a brilliant second place in the ranking, she became this year the first woman referee to lead a men’s World Cup Under 17 match in India.

Behind her, the two last winners Katalin Kulcsar (2016) and Katerina Monzul (2015) were preceded at the third place by the French Stephanie Frappart, revelation of the season.

RANKING 2017: THE WORLD’S BEST WOMAN REFEREE 2017

1 – Bibiana STEINHAUS (Germany) – 232 points
2 – Esther STÄUBLI (Switzerland) – 137 points
3 – Stephanie FRAPPART (France) – 50 points
4 – Kateryna MONZUL (Ukraine) – 38 points
5 – Katalin KULCSAR (Hungary) – 35 points
6 – Riem HUSSEIN (Germany) – 26 points
7 – Pernilla LARSSON (Sweden) – 18 points
8 – Anastasia PUSTOVOITOVA (Russia) – 17 points
9 – Carina VITULANO (Italy) – 15 points
10- Olga MIRANDA (Paraguay) – 14 points
11- Teodora ALBON (Romania) – 12 points
11- Claudia UMPIERREZ (Uruguay) – 12 points
13- Sara PERSSON (Sweden) – 11 points
14- Jana ADAMKOVA (CzechRepublic) – 8 points
15- Kate JACEWICZ (Australia) – 7 points
16- Carol Anne CHENARD (Canada) – 6 points
17- Gladys LENGWE (Zambia) – 2 points
18- Ri Hyang-OK (Korea DPR) – 1 point

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