Which referees are in charge of the EURO 2020

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Which referees are in charge of the EURO 2020

Which referees are in charge of the EURO 2020 matches?
Sunday 20 June 2021

Keep track of who is officiating every game at UEFA EURO 2020.

Dutch referee Danny Makkelie officiated the opening game at UEFA EURO 2020
Dutch referee Danny Makkelie officiated the opening game at UEFA EURO 2020
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The 51 matches at UEFA EURO 2020 will be overseen by 18 referees and their assistant teams.

Group stage 
Matchday 1
11/06: Turkey vs Italy – Danny Makkelie (Netherlands)
12/06: Wales vs Switzerland – Clément Turpin (France)
12/06: Denmark vs Finland – Anthony Taylor (England)
12/06: Belgium vs Russia – Antonio Mateu Lahoz (Spain)
13/06: Austria vs North Macedonia – Andreas Ekberg (Sweden)
13/06: Netherlands vs Ukraine – Felix Brych (Germany)
13/06: England vs Croatia – Daniele Orsato (Italy)
14/06: Scotland vs Czech Republic – Daniel Siebert (Germany)
14/06: Poland vs Slovakia – Ovidiu Haţegan (Romania)
14/06: Spain vs Sweden – Slavko Vinčić (Slovenia)
15/06: Hungary vs Portugal – Cüneyt Çakır (Turkey)
15/06: France vs Germany – Carlos del Cerro Grande (Spain)

Matchday 2
16/06: Turkey vs Wales – Artur Dias (Portugal)
16/06: Italy vs Switzerland – Sergei Karasev (Russia)
16/06: Finland vs Russia – Danny Makkelie (Netherlands)
17/06: Denmark vs Belgium – Björn Kuipers (Netherlands)
17/06: Ukraine vs North Macedonia – Fernando Andres Rapallini (Argentina)
17/06: Netherlands vs Austria – Orel Grinfeeld (Israel)
18/06: Croatia vs Czech Republic – Carlos del Cerro Grande (Spain)
18/06: England vs Scotland – Antonio Mateu Lahoz (Spain)
18/06: Sweden vs Slovakia – Daniel Siebert (Germany)
19/06: Spain vs Poland – Daniele Orsato (Italy)
19/06: Hungary vs France – Michael Oliver (England)
19/06: Portugal vs Germany – Anthony Taylor (England)

Matchday 3
20/06: Italy vs Wales – Ovidiu Haţegan (Romania)
20/06: Switzerland vs Turkey – Slavko Vinčić (Slovenia)
21/06: Finland vs Belgium – Felix Brych (Germany)
21/06: Russia vs Denmark – Clément Turpin (France)
21/06: Ukraine vs Austria – Cüneyt Çakır (Turkey)
21/06: North Macedonia vs Netherlands – István Kovács (Romania)
22/06: Czech Republic vs England – Artur Dias (Portugal)
22/06: Croatia vs Scotland – Fernando Andres Rapallini (Argentina)
23/06: Sweden vs Poland 
23/06: Slovakia vs Spain 
23/06: Germany vs Hungary 
23/06: Portugal vs France 

Full list of referees
Felix Brych (Germany), Cüneyt Çakır (Turkey), Carlos Del Cerro Grande (Spain), Andreas Ekberg (Sweden), Orel Grinfeeld (Israel), Ovidiu Alin Hategan (Romania), Sergei Karasev (Russia), Istvan Kovacs (Romania), Bjorn Kuipers (Netherlands), Danny Makkelie (Netherlands), Antonio Mateu Lahoz (Spain), Michael Oliver (England), Daniele Orsato (Italy), Fernando Andres Rapallini (Argentina), Artur Manuel Ribeiro Soares Dias (Portugal), Daniel Siebert (Germany), Anthony Taylor (England), Clément Turpin (France), Slavko Vinčić (Slovenia)

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Referee

Carlos del Cerro Grande (ESP)

Assistant referees

Juan Carlos Yuste (ESP)

Roberto Alonso Fernandez (ESP)

Video Assistant Referee

Juan Martínez Munuera (ESP)

Assistant Video Assistant Referee 1

José María Sánchez (ESP)

Iñigo Prieto (ESP)

Assistant Video Assistant Referee 3

Alejandro Hernández (ESP)

Fourth official

Srdjan Jovanović (SRB)

Attacking
10
GOALS
410
TOTAL ATTEMPTS
2611
11
ON TARGET
26
OFF TARGET
13
BLOCKED
10
WOODWORK
35
CORNERS TAKEN
42
OFFSIDES
Performance
POSSESSION (%)
42%58%
85%
89%PASSING ACCURACY (%)
438725
PASSES ATTEMPTED
371645
PASSES COMPLETED
109.0113.6
DISTANCE COVERED (KM)
Defending
4146
BALLS RECOVERED
1514
TACKLES
31
BLOCKS
278
CLEARANCES COMPLETED
Disciplinary
01
YELLOW CARDS
00
RED CARDS
710
FOULS COMMITTED

France are up and running at UEFA EURO 2020 after Mats Hummels' first-half own goal proved enough to secure victory in the Group F opener with Germany – in truth, the margin could have been greater.

Match in brief
Germany started well in front of a partisan crowd in Munich, but France grew into the game and it was a man who now calls Bavaria home who fashioned the own goal on 20 minutes. Paul Pogba played a peach of a pass over to the left, where Bayern's Lucas Hernández made a less assured connection but still caused enough panic to induce the mistake as Hummels speared into his own net.

Lucas Hernández celebrates with Antoine Griezmann
Lucas Hernández celebrates with Antoine Griezmann
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From then on France were content to sit back, soak up the pressure and use Kylian Mbappé's jet-heels on the counter. It was the Paris man's cuter side that almost fashioned a second, releasing Adrien Rabiot for a near-post shot that beat Manuel Neuer but not the post.

Joachim Löw moved quickly, pushing Joshua Kimmich into midfield, and suddenly Germany were a renewed attacking force – Serge Gnabry came within a whisker of an equaliser. That was as good as it got, however, and France had two goals chalked off for Mbappé offsides as they nevertheless joined Germany's next opponents Portugal on three points atop Group F.

Star of the Match: Paul Pogba (France)
Star of the Match: Pogba highlights
"Outstanding with the ball, involved in the goal with a great pass behind Germany's defence. Always an option and kept the ball. Most important player in central midfield. Always going forward and coming back to help Kanté. A really good performance with and without the ball."
Steffen Freund, UEFA Technical Observer

David Crossan, France reporter
Didier Deschamps will be delighted with the winning start and with the defensive commitment of his star-studded forward line. In fact, each line of the team played with intelligence and discipline, and Les Bleus were unfortunate not to win by more given Rabiot hitting the post and the two offside 'goals'. Karim Benzema's link-up with Mbappé showed great promise so the world champions will be full of confidence going into their second match against Hungary.

France celebrate at full time
France celebrate at full time
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Phil Röber‏, Germany reporter
Congratulations to France – they were tactically too clever and Germany just couldn’t find a way through. There are positives to build on, but Die Mannschaft are obviously under huge pressure now.

Reaction
Didier Deschamps, France coach: "We played a great game against very good opponents. I knew my players would be ready and we were up for the fight. We weren't far away from scoring the second goal that would have made us safe, but we didn't suffer that much in the second half. It was a strong match with quality and talent."

Joachim Löw, Germany coach: "It was a really intense match and we fought until the very end. I cannot blame my team for not trying – they gave everything they had."

Löw: 'We gave everything'
Paul Pogba, Star of the Match: "We all put the effort in. We're all focused on our jobs on the pitch. We know we need to live up to our tag as world champions and come out on to the pitch with humility. When we need to suffer, we do it together and when we attack, we do it together."

Hugo Lloris, France captain: "The main thing was taking the three points. We really played as a team. We suffered at times, especially in the second half when they held onto the ball and got it wide. We did the most important thing and we must savour that."

 Paul Pogba and Joachim Löw share a few words
Paul Pogba and Joachim Löw share a few words
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Key stats
Les Bleus are unbeaten in their last 17 competitive fixtures (W16 D3).
France are undefeated in their last six meetings with Germany.
This was only the second time in 27 matches that Germany have failed to score.
France have never lost their opening group game at a EURO final tournament (W6 D3).
Hummels' own goal is the first Germany have conceded at a EURO and only their second in major tournaments after Berti Vogts (vs Austria, 1978 World Cup).
France have won their last five matches without conceding a goal (F10 A0).
This was Germany's first loss in the opening group fixture at a EURO finals (W5 D5).
Germany did not concede a goal in the group stage at EURO 2016.
Germany became the first side to reach 50 EURO finals matches.



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