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International football referee Paweł Gil

Paweł Gil
Born on 28 June 1976 (age 46)

European national teams matches by association

Period
Apps
Association
Hometown
10 Oct 2009 - 13 Oct 2020
18
Poland
Lublin
Total:
18
European national teams matches by competition
Competition
Apps
Nations League
2
European Championship qualifiers
7
World Cup qualifiers
5
Friendly matches and other tournaments
4
Total:
18

European national football teams matches officiated by Paweł Gil

debut age - 33 years 3 months 12 days
1
10 Oct 2009 21:00 (+2:00)

Guingamp, Stade du Roudourou

2010 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 7
2
04 Jun 2011 21:30 (+3:00)

Piraeus, Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium

UEFA Euro 2012 Qualifying, Group F
3
11 Oct 2011 21:00 (+3:00)

Sofia, National Stadium Vasil Levski

UEFA Euro 2012 Qualifying, Group G
4
16 Oct 2012 21:00 (+3:00)

Larnaca, Antonis Papadopoulos Stadium

2014 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group E
5
22 May 2014 21:00 (+3:00)

Kyiv, Valeriy Lobanovskyi Dynamo Stadium

Friendly International
6
12 Oct 2014 20:45 (+2:00)

Luxembourg City, Stade Josy Barthel

UEFA Euro 2016 Qualifying, Group C
7
12 Jun 2015 20:45 (+2:00)

Oslo, Ullevaal Stadion

UEFA Euro 2016 Qualifying, Group H
8
10 Oct 2015 20:45 (+2:00)

Andorra la Vella, Estadi Nacional

UEFA Euro 2016 Qualifying, Group B
9
29 Mar 2016 20:30 (+2:00)

Vienna, Ernst Happel Stadion

Friendly International
10
10 Oct 2016 21:45 (+3:00)

Rīga, Skonto Stadium

2018 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group B
11
11 Jun 2017 20:45 (+2:00)

Skopje, Telekom Arena

2018 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group G
12
09 Oct 2017 20:45 (+2:00)

Belgrade, Stadion Rajko Mitić

2018 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group D
13
26 Feb 2018 20:30 (+3:00)

Jeddah, King Abdullah Sports City

Friendly International
14
06 Sep 2018 20:45 (+2:00)

Vienna, Generali Arena

Friendly International
15
15 Oct 2018 21:45 (+3:00)

Tampere, Tampereen (Ratinan) Stadion

2018-19 UEFA Nations League, Group C2
16
09 Sep 2019 19:45 (+1:00)

Glasgow, Hampden Park

UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifying, Group I
17
17 Nov 2019 18:00 (+1:00)

Pristina, Stadiumi Fadil Vokrri

UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifying, Group A
18
13 Oct 2020 21:45 (+3:00)

Kyiv, Olimpiysky National Sports Complex

2020-21 UEFA Nations League, Group A4
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International football referees from Poland by name
Name of referee
Born
Died
Team, period
Apps
First match
Last match
Grzegorz Gilewski
24 Feb 1973
2002 - 2008
14
16 Oct 2002
10 Sep 2008
Antoni Gorączniak
17 Dec 1916
01 Nov 1976
1965 - 1965
1
05 Sep 1965
05 Sep 1965
Jacek Granat
22 Feb 1966
1997 - 2007
20
06 Aug 1997
11 Sep 2007
Krzysztof Jakubik
20 Jul 1983
2019 - 2019
1
08 Sep 2019
08 Sep 2019
Alojzy Jarguz
19 Mar 1934
22 Apr 2019
1976 - 1983
13
27 Oct 1976
13 Apr 1983
International football referees with most appearances in period from 2009 to 2020
Name of referee
Born
Died
Team, period
Apps
First match
Last match
Damir Skomina
05 Aug 1976
2003 - 2020
46
01 Apr 2009
08 Oct 2020
Cüneyt Çakır
23 Nov 1976
2007 - 2022
44
09 Sep 2009
18 Nov 2020
Björn Kuipers
28 Mar 1973
2007 - 2021
43
28 Mar 2009
12 Nov 2020
Felix Brych
03 Aug 1975
2007 - 2021
41
12 Aug 2009
12 Nov 2020
Milorad Mažić
23 Mar 1973
2009 - 2018
39
12 Aug 2009
16 Oct 2018

Poland upcoming fixtures

World Cup 2022
France v Poland
Doha, Sunday 4 December 2022
UEFA Euro 2024 Qualification
Czech Republic v Poland
Prague, Friday 24 March 2023
UEFA Euro 2024 Qualification
Poland v Albania
Warsaw, Monday 27 March 2023
UEFA Euro 2024 Qualification
Moldova v Poland
Tuesday 20 June 2023
Top Poland international referees
European Championship qualifiers
1. Szymon Marciniak (2014 - 2020) - 9 matches
2. Paweł Gil (2011 - 2019) - 7 matches
3. Ryszard Wójcik (1994 - 1999) - 6 matches
4. Jacek Granat (1999 - 2007) - 6 matches
5. Tomasz Mikulski (1998 - 2010) - 5 matches
6. Grzegorz Gilewski (2002 - 2007) - 5 matches
Top international referees from Lublin
1. Paweł Gil (2009 - 2020) - 18 matches
2. Tomasz Mikulski (1996 - 2010) - 17 matches
3. Marek Kowalczyk (1994 - 1997) - 4 matches
4. Dobrosław Stec (1976) - 1 match
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