Bio
Harold Nattrass
Born: 1898-00-00
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Country: England
Speaks: English
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Harold "Nally" Nattrass was a miner from Durham, known as "the best dressed referee". When he heard he was assigned to take charge of the 1936 FA Cup final, only a year after he became a League referee, Nattrass admitted he never had "kicked a football in his life".

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  • The following is Harold Nattrass' comment in an Irish newspaper after Ireland - Hungary in 1936.
    It was one of the hardest games I have ever refereed. The Hungarians are a better side than Germany, whose match with Scotland this year I refereed.
    Ireland might have got a second penalty in the second half when your inside left was fouled, but he was in a scoring position, and I played the advantage rule and he failed to use his chance.
Statistics
Statistics for HAROLD NATTRASS
Totals Home Away Total
Penalties 2 1 3
Fouls 0 0 0
Yellow 0 0 0
YellowRed 0 0 0
Red 0 0 0
Averages Home Away Total
Penalties 0.33 0.17 0.25
Fouls 0 0 0
Yellow 0 0 0
YellowRed 0 0 0
Red 0 0 0

Based on 6 international matches

Matches
MATCHES FOR HAROLD NATTRASS
Date Score Yellow Red Penalties Fouls
friendly
IrelandHungary1939-03-192 - 2 0 (0-0)0 (0-0)0 (0-0)0 (0-0)
ScotlandHungary1938-12-073 - 1 0 (0-0)0 (0-0)2 (1-1)0 (0-0)
IrelandHungary1936-12-062 - 3 0 (0-0)0 (0-0)1 (1-0)0 (0-0)
ScotlandGermany1936-10-142 - 0 0 (0-0)0 (0-0)0 (0-0)0 (0-0)
British Championship
IrelandWales1936-03-113 - 2 0 (0-0)0 (0-0)0 (0-0)0 (0-0)
ScotlandNorthern Ireland1935-11-132 - 1 0 (0-0)0 (0-0)0 (0-0)0 (0-0)