Who was the referee for the 2006 Champions League final?



Who was the referee for the 2006 Champions League final?

On 6 July 2006, the Argentine Horacio Elizondo was chosen as referee for the final, beating out the German Markus Merk and the Slovakian Lubos Michel. Elizondo became a referee in 1994, and refereed his first international match in 1996.

What kind of ball was used in the 2006 Champions League?

The official match ball for the final was the + Teamgeist Berlin, a gold-coloured variation of the Adidas Teamgeist, which was unveiled on 18 April 2006. The Adidas Teamgeist was used as the official match ball throughout the tournament, provided by German sports equipment company Adidas.

What awards did Zidane win at the 2006 World Cup?

^ "2006 FIFA World Cup Official FIFA Awards: Zidane wins adidas Golden Ball award". fifa.com. 10 July 2006. Archived from the original on 14 July 2018. Retrieved 19 April 2020. ^ "Italy squad given heroes’ welcome". bbc.co.uk. 10 July 2006.