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Stefano Braschi

Stefano Braschi
Full nameStefano Braschi
Born (1957-06-06) 6 June 1957 (age 57)
Barberino di Mugello, Italy
Other occupationCommercial agent
1992–2002Serie B / Serie AReferee
1996–2002FIFA listedReferee

Stefano Braschi (born 6 June 1957 in Barberino di Mugello, Province of Florence) is a retired Italian football referee.[1] He is fluent in Italian, English and French.

Braschi officiated in qualifying matches for the 1998[2] and 2002[3] World Cups, as well as a Euro 2000 preliminary match between Poland and Bulgaria.[4] He also served as a referee for major international club contests, taking charge of the 2000 UEFA Champions League Final,[5] the 1998 European Cup Winners Cup Final,[6] and two matches at the 2000 FIFA Club World Championship.[7]


Preceded by
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Final 1997
Germany Markus Merk
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Final Referees
Final 1998
Italy Stefano Braschi
Succeeded by
UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Final 1999
Austria Günter Benkö
Preceded by
UEFA Champions League Final 1999
Italy Pierluigi Collina
UEFA Champions League Final Referees
Final 2000
Italy Stefano Braschi
Succeeded by
UEFA Champions League Final 2001
Netherlands Dick Jol

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