Jürgen Jansen

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Jürgen Jansen (born October 16, 1960 in Essen ) is a former German football referee . He belongs to District 12, Essen South-East in the Lower Rhine Football Association . Between 1993 and 2006 he directed a total of 143 games in the 1st Bundesliga.

After completing his apprenticeship as a businessman for insurance and finance at a large insurance group in Cologne, he completed his studies as an insurance specialist at the Düsseldorf University of Applied Sciences. Jürgen Jansen has been an independent financial advisor since 2006 and lives with his family in Essen.

In 2005 he was temporarily investigated as part of the soccer betting scandal . The proceedings were discontinued by the Berlin public prosecutor's office. He was fully rehabilitated by the DFB and received compensation. He ended his active career as a Bundesliga referee at his own request, shortly before reaching the age limit, at the age of 45 in autumn 2006. Since then, Jansen has been continuously active as a referee observer and coach for the DFB in the national leagues.

During the European Football Championship 2016 in France and the Football World Championship 2018 in Russia , Jansen worked as a referee expert for ARD .

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  1. ^ Proceedings against Jansen dropped. Retrieved April 2, 2019 .