Frenchman Frappart will be the first female referee in a World Cup match
MOSCOW, November 29 – RIA Novosti. France’s Stephanie Frappart will become the first woman to serve as the chief referee in a men’s World Cup match. informs Twitter account of the International Football Federation (FIFA).
It has been reported that 38-year-old Frappar has been assigned to the group stage third round match between the national teams of Germany and Costa Rica, which will be played on December 1 at the El Bayt stadium and will start at 22. :00 Moscow time. Mexico’s lineman Karen Diaz and Brazil’s Neuza Back will assist him.
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Frappart officiated a UEFA Super Cup match between Liverpool and Chelsea in 2019, becoming the first female referee to serve in a major UEFA men’s tournament. She has also refereed French championship and Champions League matches.
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