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Jonas Eriksson (referee)

Jonas Eriksson

Eriksson in 2011
Full name Jonas Eriksson
Born (1974-03-28) 28 March 1974
Luleå, Sweden
Other occupation Full-time referee
Salesman
Domestic
Years League Role
1998– Superettan Referee
2000– Allsvenskan Referee
International
Years League Role
2002– FIFA listed Referee

Jonas Eriksson (born 28 March 1974) is a Swedish football referee. Eriksson currently resides in Sigtuna. He is reputedly a multi-millionaire.[1] He has been a full international referee for FIFA since 2002. He became a professional referee in 1994 and has been an Allsvenskan referee since 2000. Eriksson has refereed 263 matches in Allsvenskan, 47 matches in Superettan and 112 international matches as of 2014.[2]

In August 2013, Eriksson was chosen to referee 2013 UEFA Super Cup between Chelsea and Bayern Munich.[3] He was called by FIFA to officiate in Brazil's 2014 FIFA World Cup. His first match in the World Cup was between the United States and Ghana.[4]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Sweden's laid back millionaire - Euro 2012 referee Jonas Eriksson". Goal.com. Retrieved 4 June 2012. 
  2. ^ "Elitdomare i herrfotboll". svenskfotboll.se. Retrieved 21 March 2014. .
  3. ^ "Eriksson to referee UEFA Super Cup". UEFA. Retrieved 26 August 2013. 
  4. ^ https://my.sports.yahoo.com/blogs/soccer-dirty-tackle/swedish-millionaire-to-referee-us-world-cup-opener-against-ghana-194954265-soccer.html

External links

  • FIFA
  • SvFF
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