UEFA announces Champions League final referee

Updated: 17 May 2012 17:28 IST

Portuguese referee Pedro Proenca will take charge of this weekend's Champions League final between Chelsea and Bayern Munich, UEFA announced on Thursday.

Paris:

Portuguese referee Pedro Proenca will take charge of this weekend's Champions League final between Chelsea and Bayern Munich, UEFA announced on Thursday.

Proenca, 41, made his international debut in 2003 and has now officiated in more than 65 UEFA matches. This year he has officiated in five Champions League games, including the round of 16 return leg between Inter Milan and Marseille.

He also refereed two Europa League matches, including the first leg of the quarter final between FC Schalke 04 and beaten finalists Athletic Bilbao.

Bertino Miranda and Ricardo Santos, also from Portugal, will run the lines in Munich on Saturday, while the fourth official will be Carlos Velasco Carballo from Spain.

Topics : Football Bayern Munchen Chelsea
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