Referee stats for Tobias Stieler. Hinweis Ohne JavaScript steht Ihnen nicht die volle Funktionalität dieser Website zur Verfügung. Tobias Stieler from Hamburg will referee the quarter final of the DFB-Cup between VfB Stuttgart and Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday. Tobias Stieler.

He will be assisted by Mike Pickel and Christian Gittelmann. Checkout all the recent yellow and red cards they have handed out in recent history by viewing the games listed in date order below . FIFA referee Tobias Stieler from Hamburg will be in charge in the Signal Iduna Park on Saturday (18:30 hrs) for the top Bundesliga match of the day between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich.

Israel football is a part of the UEFA since 1994 as well. MILAN - Tobias Stieler will be the referee for Rapid Vienna vs. Inter in the UEFA Europa League Round of 32 clash on Thursday 14th February at 18:55 CET.

Tobias Stieler profile and statistics provides you with nationality, date of birth, height, weight, career path transfers and total goals scored. The additional assistant referees will be Tobias Welz and Christian Dingert. Tobias Stieler will referee the match between Bruges and el Real Madrid at the Jan Breydel stadium, corresponding to the last day of the Group Phase of the Champions League (Wednesday, 9:00 p.m., Movistar Champions League).

Tobias Stieler Stats & History. The referee team is excited for the amazing atmosphere in the city and in the Olympiastadion.” Stieler: “A vote of confidence as well as nice appreciation” “Tobias Stieler is part of the modern generation of referees that are incredibly fit and can follow the tempo of any game without any problem.

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With the drop-down menu, you can limit the statistic to a certain competition. The German will lead for the first time a white team … Bahasa - Indonesia; Chinese (simplified) Deutsch; English - Australia; English - Canada; English - Ghana This site gives an overview over all matches refereed by a referee, including the number of cards and penalties awarded.

Mark Borsch will be the fourth official. Israel's national team is the direct successor of the Mandatory Palestine (Eretz Israel) national football team, which played five internationals in 1934–1940, and was managed by the Eretz Israel Football Association.