Ryūji Satō (football referee)

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Ryūji Satō ( Japanese佐藤 隆 治; born April 16, 1977 in Nagoya ) is a Japanese football referee .


His debut in the Japanese J1 League was Satō on August 29, 2007 in the game between Ōmiya Ardija and Kashiwa Reysol , which ended 1: 1 and Satō distributed 4 yellow and 1 yellow-red card. He received the FIFA badge in 2009. Since then he has participated in numerous tournaments, such as B. the U-20 World Championship 2015 and the U-17 World Championship 2017 . In addition, there are numerous games of the AFC Champions League, the domestic J1 League, as well as other qualifying games, friendly games and cup games.

The Japanese led the game between Denmark and South Africa at the 2016 Olympic Games .

On March 29, 2018, Satō and his assistant Toru Sagara were nominated for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. The FIFA Referees Committee nominated for the suspended for corruption Fahad Al-Mirdasi with Hiroshi Yamauchi after a second assistant Sato.

Bets in tournaments

Appearances at the 2016 Olympic Football Tournament
phase date Venue Home team Visiting team Result
Group stage 0Aug 8, 2016 Brasília DenmarkDenmark Denmark South AfricaSouth Africa South Africa 1: 0 (0: 0)

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Denmark-South Africa. Retrieved June 17, 2018 .
  2. List of Match Officials for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. (PDF) Retrieved June 17, 2018 (English).
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