2014 FIFA World Cup officials

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In March 2013, FIFA published a list of 52 prospective referees, each paired, on the basis of nationality, with two assistant referees, from all six football confederations for the 2014 FIFA World Cup tournament.[1] On 14 January 2014, the FIFA Referees Committee appointed 25 referee trios and eight support duos representing 43 different countries for the tournament.[2][3]

Confederation Referee Assistants Support (referee/assist)
AFC Ravshan Irmatov (Uzbekistan) Abdukhamidullo Rasulov (Uzbekistan) Bahadyr Kochkarov (Kyrgyzstan) Alireza Faghani (Iran) /Hassan Kamranifar (Iran)
Yuichi Nishimura (Japan) Toru Sagara (Japan) Toshiyuki Nagi (Japan)
Nawaf Shukralla (Bahrain) Yaser Tulefat (Bahrain) Ebrahim Saleh (Bahrain)
Ben Williams (Australia) Matthew Cream (Australia) Hakan Anaz (Australia)
CAF Noumandiez Doué (Ivory Coast) Songuifolo Yeo (Ivory Coast) Jean-Claude Birumushahu (Burundi) Néant Alioum (Cameroon) / Djibril Camara (Senegal)
- 2/ Aden Marwa (Kenya)
Bakary Gassama (Gambia) Evarist Menkouande (Cameroon) Félicien Kabanda (Rwanda)
Djamel Haimoudi (Algeria) Rédouane Achik (Morocco) Abdelhalk Etchiali (Algeria)
CONCACAF Joel Aguilar (El Salvador) William Torres (El Salvador) Juan Zumba (El Salvador) Roberto Moreno (Panama) / Eric Boria (United States)
Walter López (Guatemala) / Leonel Leal (Costa Rica)
Mark Geiger (United States) Mark Hurd (United States) Joe Fletcher (Canada)
Marco Rodríguez (Mexico) Marvin Torrentera (Mexico) Marcos Quintero (Mexico)
CONMEBOL Néstor Pitana (Argentina) Hernán Maidana (Argentina) Juan Pablo Belatti (Argentina) Víctor Hugo Carrillo (Peru) / Rodney Aquino (Paraguay)
Sandro Ricci (Brazil) Emerson de Carvalho (Brazil) Marcelo Van Gasse (Brazil)
Enrique Osses (Chile) Carlos Astroza (Chile) Sergio Román (Chile)
Wilmar Roldán (Colombia) Humberto Clavijo (Colombia) Eduardo Díaz (Colombia)
Carlos Vera (Ecuador) Christian Lescano (Ecuador) Byron Romero (Ecuador)
OFC Peter O'Leary (New Zealand) Jan-Hendrik Hintz (New Zealand) Mark Rule (New Zealand)1 Norbert Hauata (Tahiti) / -
UEFA Felix Brych (Germany) Stefan Lupp (Germany) Mark Borsch (Germany) Svein Oddvar Moen (Norway) / Kim Haglund (Norway)
Cüneyt Çakır (Turkey) Bahattin Duran (Turkey) Tarık Ongun (Turkey)
Jonas Eriksson (Sweden) Mathias Klasenius (Sweden) Daniel Wärnmark (Sweden)
Björn Kuipers (Netherlands) Sander van Roekel (Netherlands) Erwin Zeinstra (Netherlands)
Milorad Mažić (Serbia) Milovan Ristić (Serbia) Dalibor Đurđević (Serbia)
Pedro Proença (Portugal) Bertino Miranda (Portugal) Tiago Trigo (Portugal)
Nicola Rizzoli (Italy) Renato Faverani (Italy) Andrea Stefani (Italy)
Carlos Velasco Carballo (Spain) Roberto Alonso Fernández (Spain) Juan Carlos Yuste Jiménez (Spain)
Howard Webb (England) Michael Mullarkey (England) Darren Cann (England)
1.^ Replaced assistant Referee Ravinesh Kumar, who missed the World Cup due to an injury.
2.^ Daniel Bennett missed the World Cup due to an injury.[4]

Matches

Name Match
Yuichi Nishimura
Brazil  3–1  Croatia
Report
Attendance: 62,103
Ravshan Irmatov
Switzerland   2–1  Ecuador
Report
Croatia  1–3  Mexico
Report
Attendance: 41,212
United States  0–1  Germany
Report
Attendance: 41,876
Netherlands  0–0 (a.e.t.)
(4–3 pen.) (a.e.t.)
 Costa Rica
Report
Attendance: 51,179
Nawaf Shukralla
Australia  0–3  Spain
Report
Attendance: 39,375
Portugal  2–1  Ghana
Report
Ben Williams
Honduras  1–2  Ecuador
Report
Attendance: 39,224
South Korea  0–1  Belgium
Report
Attendance: 61,397
Costa Rica  1–1 (a.e.t.)
(5–3 pen.) (a.e.t.)
 Greece
Report
Attendance: 41,242
Noumandiez Doué
Chile  3–1  Australia
Report
Attendance: 40,275
Ecuador  0–0  France
Report
Bakary Gassama
Netherlands  2–0  Chile
Report
Attendance: 62,996
Djamel Haimoudi
Australia  2–3  Netherlands
Report
Attendance: 42,877
Costa Rica  0–0  England
Report
Attendance: 57,823
Belgium  2–1 (a.e.t.)  United States
Report
Attendance: 51,227
Brazil  0–3  Netherlands
Report
Joel Aguilar
Argentina  2–1  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Report
Japan  0–0  Greece
Report
Attendance: 39,485
Mark Geiger
Colombia  3–0  Greece
Report
Attendance: 57,174
Spain  0–2  Chile
Report
France  2–0  Nigeria
Report
Marco Rodríguez
Belgium  2–1  Algeria
Report
Attendance: 56,800
Italy  0–1  Uruguay
Report
Attendance: 39,706
Brazil  1–7  Germany
Report
Attendance: 58,141
Néstor Pitana
Russia  1–1  South Korea
Report
Attendance: 37,603
United States  2–2  Portugal
Report
Attendance: 40,123
Honduras  0–3   Switzerland
Report
Attendance: 40,322
France  0–1  Germany
Report
Sandro Ricci
France  3–0  Honduras
Report
Attendance: 43,012
Germany  2–2  Ghana
Report
Attendance: 59,621
Germany  2–1 (a.e.t.)  Algeria
Report
Attendance: 43,063
Enrique Osses
Ivory Coast  2–1  Japan
Report
Attendance: 40,267
Italy  0–1  Costa Rica
Report
Attendance: 40,285
Wilmar Roldán
Mexico  1–0  Cameroon
Report
Attendance: 39,216
South Korea  2–4  Algeria
Report
Attendance: 42,732
Carlos Vera
Iran  0–0  Nigeria
Report
Attendance: 39,081
Greece  2–1  Ivory Coast
Report
Attendance: 59,095
Peter O'Leary
Nigeria  1–0  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Report
Attendance: 40,499
Felix Brych
Uruguay  1–3  Costa Rica
Report
Attendance: 58,679
Belgium  1–0  Russia
Report
Cüneyt Çakır
Brazil  0–0  Mexico
Report
Attendance: 60,342
Algeria  1–1  Russia
Report
Attendance: 39,311
Netherlands  0–0 (a.e.t.)
(2–4 pen.) (a.e.t.)
 Argentina
Report
Attendance: 63,267
Jonas Eriksson
Ghana  1–2  United States
Report
Attendance: 39,760
Cameroon  1–4  Brazil
Report
Argentina  1–0 (a.e.t.)   Switzerland
Report
Attendance: 63,255
Björn Kuipers
England  1–2  Italy
Report
Attendance: 39,800
Switzerland   2–5  France
Report
Attendance: 51,003
Colombia  2–0  Uruguay
Report
Milorad Mažić
Germany  4–0  Portugal
Report
Attendance: 51,081
Argentina  1–0  Iran
Report
Attendance: 57,698
Pedro Proença
Cameroon  0–4  Croatia
Report
Attendance: 39,982
Japan  1–4  Colombia
Report
Attendance: 40,340
Netherlands  2–1  Mexico
Report
Attendance: 58,817
Nicola Rizzoli
Spain  1–5  Netherlands
Report
Attendance: 48,173
Nigeria  2–3  Argentina
Report
Attendance: 43,285
Argentina  1–0  Belgium
Report
Germany  1–0 (a.e.t.)  Argentina
Report
Carlos Velasco Carballo
Uruguay  2–1  England
Report
Attendance: 62,575
Bosnia and Herzegovina  3–1  Iran
Report
Attendance: 48,011
Brazil  2–1  Colombia
Report
Attendance: 60,342
Howard Webb
Colombia  2–1  Ivory Coast
Report
Brazil  1–1 (a.e.t.)
(3–2 pen.) (a.e.t.)
 Chile
Report
Attendance: 57,714

References

  1. ^ "Open list of prospective referees & assistant referees for the 2014 FIFA World Cup" (PDF). FIFA. 7 March 2013.
  2. ^ "Referee trios and support duos appointed for 2014 FIFA World Cup". FIFA. 15 January 2014.
  3. ^ "Referees & Assistant referees for the 2014 FIFA World Cup" (PDF). FIFA. 14 January 2014.
  4. ^ "Referee Bennet out of World Cup". 11 June 2014.
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