Referee Szymon Marciniak to officiate Champions League final after World Cup success

UEFA announces Szymon Marciniak will take charge of Man City vs Inter on June 10th.

Polish professional football referee, Szymon Marciniak has been appointed to referee the Champions League final match between Manchester City and Inter set to hold on the 10th of June.

This prestigious assignment adds to Marciniak’s already impressive career which includes officiating the 2022 World Cup final, a UEFA Super Cup final, and numerous other major tournaments.

Following his commendable performance in handling the 2022 World Cup final between Argentina versus France match last year in Qatar, Marciniak’s background as a former amateur footballer has been recognized as a valuable asset to his officiating approach.

Having been on the international list since 2011, Marciniak took charge of his first Champions League game in 2016 and recently officiated Manchester City’s triumphant semi-final against Real Madrid at the Etihad Stadium.

Joining him for the final, UEFA has appointed fellow Poles’compatriots, Pawel Sokolnicki and Tomasz Listkiewicz as assistant referees, while Tomasz Kwiatkowski will be responsible for the VAR system in Istanbul.

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