European Football Championship The referee of the European Championship final is Dutch millionaire Björn Kuipers

Kuipers has whistled in the European Championships before the final three matches.

Football the judges for the men’s European Championship final on Sunday have been named. In the match, the Dutchman whistles the whistle Björn Kuipers.

Kuipers compatriots as assistant referees at the London Wembley match between England and Italy Sander van Roekel and Erwin Zeinstra.

Video checks as var-judges are blamed on the German Bastian Dankert with the help of his countrymen Christian Gittelmann, Marco Fritz and Dutch Pol van Boekel.

Kuipers has judged three matches in the European Championships: Denmark-Belgium, Slovakia-Spain and the Czech Republic-Denmark in the semi-finals.

He condemned the match between England and Italy for the last time at the 2014 World Cup. Italy won the match 2-1.

Previous finals in Kuipers’ career have included the finals of the 2013 and 2018 Europa League and the culmination of the 2014 Champions League.

In this year’s Champions League, Kuipers ’actions became the subject of conversation when Paris Saint-Germain players accused the referee of insulting them in a semi-final match against Manchester City.

Kuipers is not only a referee but also a successful businessman. He is one of the founders of the Dutch retail chain Jumbo Kuipers.

In 2018, the value of his assets was estimated at EUR 12.4 million.

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