Men’s World Cup: Female referees to feature for first time in history • FRANCE 24 English

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Football’s governing body FIFA made history Thursday by selecting Japan’s Yamashita alongside Stephanie Frappart of France and Rwanda’s Salima Mukansanga on a list of 36 referees for the World Cup.

Three women officials were also named on a list of 69 assistant referees for the first time. 

#WorldCup #history #Yamashita

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