KIEV. March 31. UNN. The judiciary Committee FIFA has identified 36 main referees and 63 assistants, who will serve the matches of the world championship on football of 2018 which will pass in Russia. It is reported by UNN citing the website of the tournament.

The arbitrators represent 46 different countries. To your attention the names of chief justices of the future of the world Cup:

Europe: Brih (Germany), Cuneyt Cakir (Turkey), Sergey Karasev (Russia), Bjorn Kuipers (Netherlands), Szymon Marciniak (Poland), Mateu Laos (Spain), Milorad Magic (Serbia), Gianluca Rocchi (Italy), Damir Skomina (Slovenia), Clement Stavrev (France);

Asia: Fahad al-Mirdas (Saudi Arabia), Alireza Fagan (Iran), Ravshan Irmatov (Uzbekistan), Mohamed Abdullah (UAE), ryūji satou (Japan), Abdullah Shukralla (Bahrain)

Africa: Mehdi Abid Charef (Algeria), Malang, Diedhiou (Senegal), Bakary Gassama (Gambia), Ghead Grisha (Egypt), Jenny Sikazwe (Zambia), Balak Of Vaes Tessema (Ethiopia)

North America: Joel Aguilar (El Salvador), mark Geiger (USA), Dzheyrakh Marrufo (USA), Ricardo Montero (Costa Rica), John Pitti (Panama), Ramos Palazuelos (Mexico)

South America: Julio Bascunan (Chile), Enrique Caceres (Paraguay), andrés Cunha (Uruguay), Nestor matters (Argentina), Sandro Ricky (Brazil), Wilmar Roldan (Colombia)

Oceania: Norbert Hauata (Tahiti), Matthew Conger (New Zealand).

It is noteworthy that for the first time since 1938 in the list of arbitrators of the final pieces of the world Championships not included referees from the UK.

Noted that in the second half of April in training center of Italian football Federation in Coverciano (Florence) will host a thematic workshop for referees that will officiate the matches of the 2018 world Cup. Members, including candidates for the role videoassistance, will be divided into two groups and will stay at the centre for two weeks.

Further, the Judicial Committee of FIFA will announce the names videoassistance that will help referees during a major football tournament on the planet. The selection process will take into account the experience of candidates as videoassistance in national leagues and tournaments, FIFA and the experience of participating in judging seminars, the FIFA, starting with 2016, when the project was launched to implement the system, Videopool arbitrators (VAR).