Referees from Armenia

Karen Nalbandyan
Intl. since: 1993
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Karen Nalbandyan was a UEFA Category 3 referee when he retired because of his age. he has been a FIFA referee for 16 years and did mainly qualifiers and youth matches.
Suren Baliyan
Intl. since: 2010
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A UEFA category 3 referee.
Arman Amirkhanyan
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Arman Amirkhanyan was a UEFA Category 2 referee until 2012 when his country lost a place on the FIFA panel.
Zaven Hovhannisyan
Intl. since: 2014
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Slavik Kazaryan
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Even though he was suspended in Armenia for match fixing (see did-you-know) in 1999, he was still active internationally in 2001. He retired soon after.
Ararat Chagharyan
Intl. since: 2003
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Like most things in Armenia (toothpaste, streets, cognac), referee Ararat Chagharyan is named after his country's most important - even holy - mountain. He was a UEFA Category 4 re
Gevorg Hovhannisyan
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aka Kevork Oganesyan on some lists.
Vahan Minasyan
Intl. since: 2010
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A UEFA category 3 referee.
Andranik Arsenyan
Intl. since: 2012
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In august 2013, he and his assistant, Hovhannes Agavyan received lifetime bans, after trying to influence the match between Inter Turku and Vikingur Gota.
Tigran Hovsepyan
Intl. since: 2010
Hometown: Yerevan
Tigran Hovsepyan was out for a few years but came back as a category 4 referee in 2010. Then he was off the list again when his country lost a spot and went back from 4 to 3 FIFA r

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