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FIFA names first all-women World Cup referee trio for Germany-Costa Rica

Stephanie Frappart will lead the first-ever all-women referee trio at the World Cup on Thursday.

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Stephanie Frappart, Neuza Back and Karen Diaz will become the first all-women refereeing team for a mens World Cup match as they have been named to take charge of theCosta Rica-GermanyGroup E match on Thursday, FIFA announced on Tuesday.

Frappart, the fourth official for thePoland-MexicoGroup C clash last week, will be the main referee as she reaches another milestone after being the first female to officiate at a mens World Cup qualifier in March and Champions League match in 2020.

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The 38-year-old Frenchwoman will be joined by Brazilian Neuza and Mexican Diaz as assistants.

Salima Mukansanga of Rwanda and Yamashita Yoshimi of Japan are also taking part at the tournament in Qatar.

Frappart has also taken charge of games inLigue 1, theEuropa League, mens World Cup qualifying and the UEFA Supercup final betweenChelseaandLiverpoolin 2019.

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