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UEFA has revised the final list of EURO 2017 officials after many referees and assistant referees reportedly failed the fitness test

July 11, 2017 in Blogs, EURO 2017, Euro2017, News

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UEFA has revised the final list of EURO 2017 officials after many referees and assistant referees reportedly failed the fitness test

BIG NEWS! Many referees and assistant referees failed the fitness test and so UEFA has revised the final list of officials, changes are listed below thanks to refereeingworld.blogspot.com

A team of 34 women referees, assistant referees and fourth officials has been selected by UEFA to take charge of matches at this summer’s UEFA Women’s Euro 2017 in the Netherlands. The group comprises 11 referees, 21 assistants and 2 fourth officials, and has been finalised after the preparatory workshop at the Royal Netherlands Football Association (KNVB) campus in Zeist in May.

There are a few changes since the initial list was released in February 2017. Referee Teodora Albon (ROU) and assistant referees Rocio Puente Pino (ESP), Biljana Atanasovski (MKD), Annica Johansson (SWE) and Julia Magnusson (SWE) were removed, while Svetlana Bilic (SRB) was added to the list. The match officials will be representing 21 European national associations at the Women’s Euro, which will be played at seven venues in the Netherlands between 16 July and 6 August 2017. For the first time, the final tournament will feature 16 teams. (Source: UEFA)

Referees

1. Jana Adamkova (CZE, 1978)
2. Stephanie Frappart (FRA, 1983)
3. Riem Hussein (GER, 1980)
4. Bibiana Steinhaus (GER, 1979)
5. Katalin Kulcsar (HUN, 1984)
6. Carina Vitulano (ITA, 1975)
7. Monika Mularczyk (POL, 1980)
8. Anastasia Pustovoitova (RUS, 1981)
9. Esther Staubli (SUI, 1979)
10. Pernilla Larsson (SWE, 1976)
11. Kateryna Monzul (UKR, 1981)

Assistant Referees

1. Sanja Rodak Karsic (CRO, 1983)
2. Angela Kyriakou (CYP, 1977)
3. Lucie Ratajova (CZE, 1979)
4. Sian Massey (ENG, 1985)
5. Manuela Nicolosi (FRA, 1980)
6. Christina Biehl (GER, 1986)
7. Katrin Rafalski (GER, 1982)
8. Chrysoula Kourompylia (GRE, 1977)
9. Judith Kulcsar (HUN, 1980)
10. Michelle O’Neill (IRL, 1978)
11. Lucia Abruzzese (ITA, 1976)
12. Nicolet Bakker (NED, 1984)
13. Anna Dabrowska (POL, 1984)
14. Petruta Iugulescu (ROU, 1979)
15. Mihaela Tepusa (ROU, 1983)
16. Ekaterina Kurochkina (RUS, 1986)
17. Svetlana Bilic (SRB, 1981)
18. Belinda Brem (SUI, 1987)
19. Maria Sukenikova (SVK, 1975)
20. Oleksandra Ardasheva (UKR, 1987)
21. Maryna Striletska (UKR, 1983)

Fourth Officials

1. Lina Lehtovaara (FIN, 1981)
2. Lorraine Clark (SCO, 1985)

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