William Collum, a 36-year-old from Scotland, has been appointed referee for the 2015 UEFA Super Cup between FC Barcelona and Sevilla FC in Tbilisi on 11 August.
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Scotland's William Collum has been appointed referee for the 2015 UEFA Super Cup between FC Barcelona and Sevilla FC in Georgia on 11 August.
The 36-year-old from Glasgow oversaw six UEFA Champions League matches last season, including the quarter-final second leg between AS Monaco FC and Juventus, as well as three UEFA EURO 2016 qualifiers. He was 29 when he officiated the 2008 UEFA European Under-19 Championship final between Italy and Germany.
An international referee since 2006 who has so far officiated 67 UEFA fixtures, Collum will lead a six-man refereeing team for the UEFA Super Cup at Tbilisi's Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena.
Assistant referee: Damien MacGraith (Republic of Ireland)
Assistant referee: Francis Connor (Scotland)
Fourth official: Graham Chambers (Scotland)
Additional assistant referee: Bobby Madden (Scotland)
Additional assistant referee: Kevin Clancy (Scotland)
The appointments were made by the UEFA Referees Committee.