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Hungarian Referee Viktor Kassai Named Fourth Official For Euro 2016 Final

Tamás Székely 2016.07.08.

The UEFA Referees Committee has announced that Britain’s Mark Clattenburg will referee Sunday’s UEFA EURO 2016 final between Portugal and France at Saint-Denis. At the same time Hungary’s Viktor Kassai, who has been a strong candidate for the job as well, was named fourth official for the final game of the tournament, while fellow Hungarian György Ring will serve as a reserve assistant referee.

Viktor Kassai and his Hungarian referee team (György Ring, Vencel Tóth, Tamás Bognár and Ádám Farkas) were assigned to two group games and a quater final of the  Euro 2016 tournament. Kassai took charge of the opening match between France and Romania (2-1), Italy’s Group E victory over Sweden (1-0) and Germany’s penalty shoot-out triumph over Italy in the quarter finals last Saturday.