American football officials are commonly referred to as referees, but each has a title based on their position. They consist of: Referee, Head Linesman, Line Judge, Umpire, Back Judge, Side Judge, and Field Judge.
|Full name||Pierluigi Collina|
|Born||13 February 1960 Bologna, Italy|
|Other occupation||Financial advisor, UEFA Head of Referees|
Money.com's other approach is to compare referee bonuses to player bonuses. Based on past data, they write that referees likely earn between $30,000 and $50,000 to work the Super Bowl. Considering that officiating in the NFL isn't a full-time job, that's not a bad side gig.Feb 7, 2021
UEFA Euro 2020 Referees Salaries
|Category||Per Match||Full Tournament Fees|
|Third Referee (VAR)||$2,500||$30,000|
A referee must be at least 25 years old on 1 January to be eligible for International Referee listing nomination on that calendar year. An assistant referee is eligible at the age of 23 years. In 2016 maximum age limits for the list (45, or 38 for first-time listees) was dropped.
Jennifer Welter became the first female skill position player at the male professional level by playing as a running back in the Texas Revolution in 2014. To date, only one woman has ever attempted to join the NFL: Lauren Silberman, who received a tryout to a scouting combine in 2013.
seven officials Most top FBS conferences use teams of seven officials for each game. This includes the referee, umpire, down judge, line judge, field judge, side judge and back judge. Known as the crew chief, the referee is the head official, with the other six team members responsible for specific areas of the field.Oct 22, 2020