For the first time in the history of the European Football Championship, the Frenchman Stéphanie Frappart (Stéphanie Frappart) will become the female assistant referee.
The European Union (UEFA) announced on Wednesday the list of 18 judges participating in the competition. Although Frappart has no seats, it will become a member of the new staff, which means that he will become the fourth referee or reserve assistant to the summer European Championship.
In the past two years, the French judge has made history many times: he was the first to lead the men’s highest championship, the Champions League battle and the World Championship qualifiers.
The European Continental Competition, which has been postponed since last year, will be held in 12 major European cities, including Budapest, from June 11 to July 11. A total of 18 referees will participate. No Hungarian judge was invited this time.
EURO-2020 18 referees:
Felix Brych (Germany), Cüneyt Cakir (Turkey), Carlos Del Cerro Grande (Spain), Andreas Ekberg (Sweden), Orel Grinfeeld (Israel), Ovidiu Alin Hategan (Romania), Sergei Karaszev (Russia), István Kováv, Björn Kuipers (Netherlands) , Danny Makkelie (Netherlands), Antonio Miguel Mateu Lahoz (Spanish), Michael Oliver (English), Daniele Orsato (Italian), Artur Manuel Ribeiro Soares Dias (Portuguese), Daniel Siebert (German), Anthony Taylor (English) , Clement Turpin (French), Slav Vincic (Slovenian)