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International football referee Paolo Casarin

Paolo Casarin
Born on 12 May 1940 (age 82)

European national teams matches by association

Period
Apps
Association
Hometown
17 Oct 1979 - 15 Jun 1988
18
Italy
Milan
Total:
18
European national teams matches by competition
Competition
Apps
British Championship
1
European Championship final tournament
1
European Championship qualifiers
4
World Cup qualifiers
4
World Cup final tournament
2
Friendly matches and other tournaments
6
Total:
18

European national football teams matches officiated by Paolo Casarin

debut age - 39 years 5 months 5 days
1
17 Oct 1979 20:00 (+1:00)

Amsterdam, Olympisch Stadion

UEFA Euro 1980 Qualifying, Group 4
2
26 Mar 1980 20:30 (+1:00)

Paris, Parc des Princes

Friendly International
3
06 Jun 1981 20:00 (+2:00)

Budapest, Népstadion

1982 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 4
4
14 Oct 1981 20:30 (+1:00)

Valencia, Estadio Luís Casanova

Friendly International
5
24 Jun 1982 17:15 (+2:00)

Valladolid, Nuevo Estadio Municipal José Zorrilla

1982 FIFA World Cup Final Tournament, Group 4
6
02 Jul 1982 21:00 (+2:00)

Madrid, Estadio Santiago Bernabéu

1982 FIFA World Cup Final Tournament, Group B
7
17 Nov 1982 18:30 (+2:00)

Sofia, National Stadium Vasil Levski

UEFA Euro 1984 Qualifying, Group 4
8
12 Nov 1983 16:00 (+1:00)

Zagreb, Stadion Maksimir

Friendly International
9
26 May 1984 15:00 (+1:00)

Glasgow, Hampden Park

British Championship 1983-1984
10
08 Dec 1984 20:30 (+1:00)

Paris, Parc des Princes

1986 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 4
11
24 Feb 1985 16:00

Oeiras, Estádio Nacional do Jamor

1986 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 2
12
16 Oct 1985 19:00 (+3:00)

Moscow, Lenin Central Stadium

1986 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 6
13
19 Feb 1986 20:30 (+1:00)

Elche, Nuevo Altabix

Friendly International
14
11 Oct 1986 20:00 (+1:00)

Paris, Parc des Princes

UEFA Euro 1988 Qualifying, Group 3
15
25 Mar 1987 20:00 (+1:00)

Bellinzona, Stadio Comunale

Friendly International
16
09 Sep 1987 20:15 (+2:00)

Dusseldorf, Rheinstadion

Friendly International
17
14 Oct 1987 20:00 (+1:00)

Glasgow, Hampden Park

UEFA Euro 1988 Qualifying, Group 7
18
15 Jun 1988 17:15 (+2:00)

Dusseldorf, Rheinstadion

1988 UEFA European Championship, Group B
Comments
International football referees from Italy by name
Name of referee
Born
Died
Team, period
Apps
First match
Last match
Piero Ceccarini
20 Oct 1953
1993 - 1998
7
13 Feb 1993
10 Oct 1998
Graziano Cesari
23 Dec 1956
1995 - 2001
10
15 Nov 1995
24 Mar 2001
Giulio Ciacci
25 Sep 1933
16 Jan 2017
1976 - 1976
1
11 May 1976
11 May 1976
Walter Cinciripini
11 Mar 1952
1993 - 1995
4
26 May 1993
16 Aug 1995
Pierluigi Collina
13 Feb 1960
1996 - 2005
33
24 Apr 1996
04 Jun 2005
International football referees with most appearances in period from 1979 to 1988
Name of referee
Born
Died
Team, period
Apps
First match
Last match
Erik Fredriksson
13 Feb 1943
1974 - 1991
27
26 Oct 1979
19 Nov 1988
Michel Vautrot
23 Oct 1945
1977 - 1990
25
02 May 1979
14 Sep 1988
Alexis Ponnet
09 Mar 1939
1978 - 1989
21
13 Jun 1979
14 Sep 1988
Luigi Agnolin
21 Mar 1943
29 Sep 2018
1979 - 1990
18
13 Sep 1979
14 Sep 1988
Paolo Casarin
12 May 1940
1979 - 1988
18
17 Oct 1979
15 Jun 1988

Italy upcoming fixtures

UEFA Nations League
Italy v England
Milan, Friday 23 September 2022
UEFA Nations League
Hungary v Italy
Budapest, Monday 26 September 2022
Top Italy international referees
European Championship qualifiers
1. Nicola Rizzoli (2007 - 2015) - 11 matches
2. Gianluca Rocchi (2010 - 2019) - 11 matches
3. Pierluigi Collina (1998 - 2003) - 9 matches
4. Daniele Orsato (2010 - 2020) - 9 matches
5. Paolo Tagliavento (2011 - 2015) - 6 matches
6. Domenico Messina (1998 - 2007) - 6 matches
.... Paolo Casarin (1979 - 1987) - 4 matches
Top international referees from Milan
1. Paolo Casarin (1979 - 1988) - 18 matches
2. Giuseppe Carpani (1948 - 1953) - 14 matches
3. Giulio Campanati (1957 - 1966) - 13 matches
4. Cosimo Bolognino (1998 - 2004) - 8 matches
5. Giovanni Mauro (1920 - 1928) - 8 matches
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