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France's Stephanie Frappart has been selected as a support match official, and will act as a fourth official and reserve referee in case of an injury. Photo CNN

France's Stephanie Frappart has been selected as a support match official, and will act as a fourth official and reserve referee in case of an injury.

The announcement that Stephanie Frappart will become the first female official to be involved in a men's UEFA European Championship is the latest landmark moment in women’s refereeing.

Although Frappart was not named among the 18 referees set to take charge at this summer’s tournament, she will be involved as a support match official. This will see the Frenchwoman take up the role of either fourth official or reserve assistant referee.

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First Name Stéphanie
Last Name Frappart
Profession Association Football Referee
Age 36 years old
Birth Sign Aquarius
Birth Date December 14, 1983
Birth Place Val-d’Oise
Country France


2011, French men’s third tier

April 2019 – First female referee in Ligue 1

December 2020 – First female referee in the Champions League

June 2021 – First female referee at a men’s major tournament

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Earlier this month, Rebecca Welch made history after she became the first woman to oversee a game in the English Football League. She was referee for Harrogate Town's fixture against Port Vale in League Two.

Welch had previously officiated in the Women’s Super League, also acting as a referee for the 2017 and 2020 Women’s FA Cup final. She began to referee men’s National League games in 2018.

After the match between Harrogate Town and Port Vale, both managers called for an increase of female officials in football.

"Hopefully it's just par for the course that we see female referees and officials in the EFL,” Harrogate’s Simon Weaver said. “It's about time.”

Frappart has been a trailblazer for female officials, becoming the first woman to referee a men’s Champions League match, a men’s World Cup qualifier, and a French Lique 1 game. She also has experience in refereeing the biggest women’s matches around, including the World Cup final between the United States and France in 2019.

Her inclusion on the list of referees confirmed for this year’s Euros is just the latest step forward for female officials in recent weeks.

Frappart’s Career: Quit playing football aged 18 to pursue a career in refereeing

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French-born Frappart began her football career as a player during her teenage years. Per Talk Sport, she stopped playing football around the age of 18 in order to pursue her dream of becoming a referee. Frappart has been refereeing since 2009, and in 2011, she began refereeing men's football in the French third division.

Speaking to CNN, Frappart revealed that when she started her training to become a referee she was the only female on her course.

Frappart has experienced a number of career highlights in the last two years. In 2019, for example, she had the privilege of refereeing the final of the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ between the USA and the Netherlands in her native France. She has also gained valuable experience in men’s matches in major continental competitions, and is an integral part of the refereeing team in the French men’s top flight, Ligue 1.

Monzul, who oversaw the final of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015™, not only referees matches in the Ukrainian men’s Premier League, but is also frequently called upon to officiate in European club and national-team competitions.

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Frappart leads the way

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While Frappart is the high-profile female official - having been the referee for the 2019 Fifa Women’s World Cup final between USA and Netherlands - she is not the only one who has impressed, and Kateryna Monzul will follow her lead when she takes charge of the World Cup qualifier between Austria and Faroe Islands in Vienna on Sunday.

Frappert lining up before officiating Juventus vs Dynamo Kiev in the Champions League

The 37-year-old was also in the middle for the 2019 Super Cup between Chelsea and Liverpool, as well as the women’s World Cup final in the same year.

In October 2020 Frappert refereed her first Europa League game – overseeing Leicester’s game with Zorya Luhansk.

Frappert officiated the 2019 Super Cup final between Chelsea and Liverpool that the Reds won 5-4 on penalties.

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Frappart has reffed sixteen times this season in the French Ligue 1, showing 62 yellows at an average of 3.88 per game.

In October, Frappart looked after her first Europa League game when Leicester City hosted Ukrainian side Zorya Luhansk.

Speaking after the Super Cup in Istanbul, Frappart told CNN that although officiating the biggest games in women's football helped her adjust to the pressure of working in men's football, the size of the crowd's were a real step up for her.

"It was a pretty special feeling when you walked out in the stadium and the crowd were actually cheering for us," she explained. "I've never experienced that and in such a big, big match. In the warm-up I looked around and I was like, the other teams aren't here so they have to be cheering for us.

"When you looked up at the crowd -- I normally don't engage with the crowd -- they were looking at us and a few were waving and giving us thumbs up and congratulations. I thought that was pretty special."

Before the start of Wednesday's penultimate round of fixtures, Juventus trailed Group G leaders Barcelona by three points. The two sides will face off in the final game of the group in Barcelona on December 8.

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