June 26, 2015

Szymon Marciniak to oversee Under-21 EURO 2015 Final

Polish Szymon Marciniak has been chosen to oversee Tuesday's UEFA Under-21 European Championship 2015 final in Eden Stadium, Prague. Observed by Pierluigi Collina, he will be assisted by his usual team consisting of assistant referees Pawel Sokolnicki and Tomasz Listkiewicz as well as his additional assistant referees Pawel Raczkowski and Tomasz Musial. French Clément Turpin has been selected to serve as fourth official between the benches. Frédéric Cano of France will be the reserve assistant referee.


Marciniak has already officiated twice at this competition: After the opening match between hosts Czech Republic and Denmark, he took control over the Group tie between Portugal and Italy.

It is particularly significant that Pierluigi Collina will be the UEFA Referee Observer for the final match. For sure, this will be Szymon Marciniak's very last step to a probably sure and deserved promotion to UEFA's Elite Group.

This also means that Javier Estrada Fernández and Danny Makkelie are the referees who will remain without any further involvement in the knockout round.

30 June 2015, 20:45 CET
Eden Stadium, Prague, Czech Republic
Portugal - Sweden
Referee: Szymon Marciniak (POL)
Assistant Referee 1: Pawel Sokolnicki (POL)
Assistant Referee 2: Tomasz Listkiewicz (POL)
Additional Assistant Referee 1: Pawel Raczkowski (POL)
Additional Assistant Referee 2: Tomasz Musial (POL)
Fourth Official: Clément Turpin (FRA)
Reserve Assistant Referee: Frédéric Cano (FRA)
UEFA Referee Observer: Pierluigi Collina (ITA)
UEFA Delegate: Martin Sturkenboom (NED)
Blog Referee Observer: Niclas (GER)

Congratulations and all the best!

19 Comments:

  1. Anonymous26/6/15 21:47

    UEFA Europa League

    3/07
    Shamrock Rovers FC - FC Progrès Niederkorn
    Ouschan, Winsauer, Kolbitsch, Eisner

    9/07
    FK Rabotnicki - FC Flora Tallinn
    Hameter, Staudinger, Riedel, Weinberger

    Lokomotive Zagreb - AUK Broughton FC
    Schüttengruber, Brandner, Kühr, Jäger Ch.

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    1. Cypriot Appointments

      30/06 CL
      Pyunik (ARM) - Folglore (SMR)
      Masias, Dimitriadis, Nikita, Nikolaidis (CYP)

      02/07 EL
      SP La Fiorita (SMR) - FC Vaduz (LIE)
      UEFA Observer: Kostas Kapitanis (CYP)

      09/07 EL
      Zeleznicar (BIH) - Blazan (MLT)
      Dimitriou, Christou, Charalampous, Tsoukas (CYP)

      FK Rabotnicki (MKD) - FC Flora Tallinn (EST)
      UEFA Observer: Kostas Kapitanis (CYP)

      FC Koper (SVN) - Víkingur Reykjavík (ISL)
      UEFA Observer: Christakis Skapoullis (CYP)

      MŠK Žilina (SVK) - Glentoran FC (NIR)
      UEFA Observer: Michael Argyrou (CYP)

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    2. Spanish Appointments

      02/07 EL

      Sillamäe Kalev (EST) - Hajduk Split (CRO)
      Munuera, Barbero Sevilla, Canales Cerda, Prieto Iglesias (ESP)

      Laçi (ALB) - İnter Bakı (AZE)
      Del Cerro Grande, Yuste Jimenez, Alvarez Canton, Vicandi Garrido (ESP)

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    3. Anonymous:
      FK Rabotnicki (MKD) - FC Flora Tallinn (EST)
      Hameter, Staudinger, Riedel, Weinberger

      Chefren:
      FK Rabotnicki (MKD) - FC Flora Tallinn (EST)
      UEFA Observer: Kostas Kapitanis (CYP)

      So, we already know that Hameter and his team will be observed by Kapitanis. ;-)

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    4. Anonymous27/6/15 12:22

      Is Kapitanis an important observer? Don't think so at a Hameter...

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    5. In my personal view, Markus Hameter has the weakest prospects out of the three Austrians involved in the first Europa League qualifying round to reach a higher level.

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    6. As far as I know, Kapitanis is highly regarded by UEFA. Last season he had a quite high number of appointments.

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    7. Anonymous27/6/15 17:01

      Peter, it is also my opinion - I think it is the opinion of all Austrian... ;-)

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    8. Peter, you mentioned me but it was Edward....

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    9. Sorry, Chefren, my fault. :-(

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  2. All appointments will be placed here later on.
    For now, after scanning the appointments, Stefanski with Fröjdfeldt was an eye-catcher.

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  3. Anonymous27/6/15 19:03

    9/07

    Beroe Stara Zagora – Atlantas
    Orxan Məmmədov, Yaşar Abbasov, Vaqif Musayev, Ramil Əhmədov

    Dudelange - University College Dublin
    Rəhim Həsənov, Namiq Hüseynov, Rza Məmmədov, Əliyar Ağayev

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  4. Very (!) pleasing performance by Marciniak so far. But why the hell did he make the final whistle at 1:31 despite 2 minutes of added time signalled?! Brych in his best times waited 10 seconds longer ;)

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  5. Anonymous30/6/15 22:44

    In Swedish TV the clock said 1:59. As pleased as you Niclas by Marciniak too.

    /Swedish observer

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  6. The only match I've watched in the entire tournament, and I thought Marciniak was v. good.

    Nailed-on for promotion?

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    1. Yes, Nur, my thoughts too.

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    2. Anonymous1/7/15 10:15

      Agreed. Very impressed by him last night. He made a potentially difficult match easy to referee, and did not make many (any?) mistakes and got full acceptance for the entire match. PLC must be very content, and even though the match difficulty was normal, it could probably be a lot due to Marciniak's performance. I would give him 8,5 in mark and also congratulate him to an Elite category spot. If he is not promoted now, then I don't know what could be required...

      /Swedish observer

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  7. Anonymous1/7/15 13:26

    http://www.pilkanozna.pl/index.php/Wydarzenia/%C5%9Awiat/647131-szymon-marciniak-dla-pn-collina-ju-mi-pogratulowa.html

    According to this link, Collina congratulated Marciniak for his performance! It seems as Elite now is really close! Well done!

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