Referee Fahad Al Mirdasi bio

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Intl. since
Saudi Arabia
Arabic, English
PE teacher
swimming, football
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Fahad AlMirdasi (Saudi Arabia)


Fahad AlMirdasi is a Physical Education teacher in Riyadh (Saudi Arabia). He started refereeing in 2003 and became a FIFA referee in 2011. He participated in the Pan Arab games that year. But it is really in 2012 that his international career started as he was selected to officiate in an AFC President's Cup qualifier tournament in Cambodia as well as in an Under22 Asian Cup qualifier group in Myanmar.

WC 2015 u20
Fahad AlMirdasi refereed three matches at the AFC Asian Cup Australia 2015, two group stage matches; Jordan vs Iraq and Oman vs Kuwait, as well as the quarter-final meeting between Korea Republic and Uzbekistan.

U-20 World Cup New Zealand
Al Mirdasi took charge of four matches at U-20 World Cup; Ghana v Austria and Hungary v Brazil in the group stage matches as well as the Round of 16 tie between Germany and Nigeria. His highest honour so far is the appointment as referee for the final between Brazil and Serbia.

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