English referee Mark Clattenburg has been appointed to take charge of the UEFA Super Cup match between Real Madrid CF and Sevilla FC at the Cardiff City Stadium on 12 August.
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England's Mark Clattenburg will referee the all-Spanish UEFA Super Cup match between Real Madrid CF and Sevilla FC at the Cardiff City Stadium in Cardiff, Wales on Tuesday 12 August. Kick-off is at 20.45CET.
Clattenburg, 39, has been an international referee since 2006. He has officiated in 46 UEFA fixtures in his career, as well as a considerable number of high-profile Premier League encounters.
Last season, Clattenburg handled five UEFA Champions League games – including the quarter-final first leg between Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund. He also took charge of the UEFA Europa League semi-final second leg between Juventus and SL Benfica.
Referee for the 2012 Olympic Games football final at Wembley Stadium between Mexico and Brazil, earlier that summer he was an additional assistant referee at the UEFA European Championship in Poland and Ukraine.
Clattenburg will be accompanied in Cardiff by an all-English team of match officials. Simon Beck and Stuart Burt are the assistant referees, with Darren England acting as fourth official. Two additional assistant referees, Michael Oliver and Anthony Taylor, complete the lineup.