Mark Clattenburg – born 13 March 1975 – is an English professional football referee who is currently Head of Refereeing for the Saudi Arabian Football Federation.
Clattenburg is a former member of the Premier League and the Durham County Football Association and also a former FIFA referee.
He has refereed a number of notable matches, including the 2016 UEFA Champions League Final and the UEFA Euro 2016 Final.
He served as a pundit during ITV’s World Cup 2018 coverage.
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