Reporter Kim Hyeong-joong = The International Football Federation (FIFA) held a seminar with referees for the 2023 FIFA Australia-New Zealand Women’s World Cup, which opens in July in Doha, Qatar. Five referees representing Korea were also present at the event.
A total of five referees from Korea will participate in this World Cup, including Oh Hyun-jeong (35) and Kim Yoo-jeong (34) as referees and Kim Gyeong-min (43), Lee Seul-gi (43) and Park Mi-sook (40) as assistant referees. It is the largest number ever. It is tied for second place with Canada following the United States, where five referees and one VAR referee participate. She stood shoulder to shoulder with the world’s women’s soccer powerhouses.
The seminar was also attended by FIFA’s Referee Pierluigi Collina. In various sessions, World Cup referees were trained and various situations were simulated. “The World Cup experience is really important and very helpful,” he told FIFA. “There are referees with experience from two or three World Cups in this referee. Some referees have experience officiating men’s matches at the last World Cup in Qatar.” . 먹튀검증
“There are also some referees who are new to the competition, and I emphasized that the World Cup is completely different from other competitions, whether men’s or women’s,” he said. He said it was important.”
FIFA also reported an interview with Mi-Sook Park. He said, “Most of all, I would like to thank the Korea Football Association and Australian Football.
Assistant referee Park Mi-sook will step on the World Cup stage for the first time through this tournament. She is a veteran referee of over 20 years and currently plays in the Australian Men’s Professional Soccer League. She is a Korean women’s referee, and Park Mi-sook is the first referee to be active in an overseas men’s soccer league.