Peter Walton – born 10 October 1959 – is an English former professional football referee who officiated in the Premier League from 2003 to 2012.
Beginning 2013, he was general manager of the Professional Referee Organization (PRO) in North America until being replaced by Howard Webb in January 2018.
During his professional career which spanned nearly 20 years, Walton refereed a number of notable matches, including the 2003 final of the Football League Trophy and the FA Community Shield in 2008.
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