Mark Clattenburg to referee at Olympics

Mark Clattenburg
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FIFA names Mark Clattenburg as the only British referee to officiate at the Olympics.

Mark Clattenburg will referee at the London 2012 Olympic football tournament.

The 37-year-old was named as the British official to serve at the summer tournament, the Daily Mail reports.

A total of 84 officials from 36 countries will referee for FIFA at the Olympic Games.

Clattenburg's assistants were named as Stephen Child and Simon Beck.

His fellow Brit Howard Webb will oversee the men's play-off match between Oman and Senegal at Coventry City's Highfield Road on Monday, the winner of which will qualify for the Olympics.

The draw for the tournament will take place on April 24.

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