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Christopher Francis Bambridge (born 7 October 1947) is an Australian retired football referee, known for having refereed one match in the 1986 FIFA World Cup in Mexico: Spain versus Brazil, in which he famously disallowed a goal for Spain, after a shot from Míchel hit the Brazilian crossbar, fell past the goal line and bounced out of the goal. He also officiated at the 1988 Summer Olympics. He is retired from Football Federation Victoria where he was Referee Development Manager, administering the development and appointment of referees in metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria.

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  • Christopher Francis Bambridge (born 7 October 1947) is an Australian retired football referee, known for having refereed one match in the 1986 FIFA World Cup in Mexico: Spain versus Brazil, in which he famously disallowed a goal for Spain, after a shot from Míchel hit the Brazilian crossbar, fell past the goal line and bounced out of the goal. He also officiated at the 1988 Summer Olympics. He is retired from Football Federation Victoria where he was Referee Development Manager, administering the development and appointment of referees in metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria.
  • Christopher Francis Bambridge (born 7 October 1947 in Kettering, England) is an Australian retired football referee. He came to Australia from Britain in 1974. A Grade One referee, Bambridge was appointed to the national league in 1977, where he stayed until his retirement in 1991. He was also selected for and officiated at the 1986 World Cup finals in Mexico and the 1988 Olympic Games in South Korea, becoming the only Australian referee to have taken part in both World Cup and Olympic Games finals.
  • Christopher Francis Bambridge (born 7 October 1947 in Kettering, England) is an Australian retired football referee. He came to Australia from Britain in 1974. A Grade One referee, Bambridge was appointed to the national league in 1977, where he stayed until his retirement in 1991. He was also selected for and officiated at the 1986 World Cup finals in Mexico and the 1988 Olympic Games in South Korea, becoming the only Australian referee to have taken part in both World Cup and Olympic Games finals. In 2000, Bambridge was admitted into the Football Federation Australia Hall of Fame.
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  • Christopher Francis Bambridge (born 7 October 1947) is an Australian retired football referee, known for having refereed one match in the 1986 FIFA World Cup in Mexico: Spain versus Brazil, in which he famously disallowed a goal for Spain, after a shot from Míchel hit the Brazilian crossbar, fell past the goal line and bounced out of the goal. He also officiated at the 1988 Summer Olympics. He is retired from Football Federation Victoria where he was Referee Development Manager, administering the development and appointment of referees in metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria.
  • Christopher Francis Bambridge (born 7 October 1947 in Kettering, England) is an Australian retired football referee. He came to Australia from Britain in 1974. A Grade One referee, Bambridge was appointed to the national league in 1977, where he stayed until his retirement in 1991. He was awarded the FIFA badge in 1981, gaining selection to the panel of linesmen for the World Youth finals in Australia that year. Following his appointment as linesman for the quarter finals, semi-finals and final of the 1983 Mexico World Youth championship, Bambridge refereed the final of the 1985 World Youth title in China. He was also selected for and officiated at the 1986 World Cup finals in Mexico and the 1988 Olympic Games in South Korea, becoming the only Australian referee to have taken part in both World Cup and Olympic Games finals. Bambridge is known for having refereed one match in the 1986 FIFA World Cup in Mexico: Spain versus Brazil, in which he famously disallowed a goal for Spain, after a shot from Míchel hit the Brazilian crossbar, fell past the goal line and bounced out of the goal. After retiring from active refereeing, Bambridge took on the role of Referee Development Manager, administering the development and appointment of referees in metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria. He was also president of Soccer Referees Victoria. Bambridge was admitted into the Football Federation Australia Hall of Fame and a room was named after him at Soccer House.
  • Christopher Francis Bambridge (born 7 October 1947 in Kettering, England) is an Australian retired football referee. He came to Australia from Britain in 1974. A Grade One referee, Bambridge was appointed to the national league in 1977, where he stayed until his retirement in 1991. He was awarded the FIFA badge in 1981, gaining selection to the panel of linesmen for the World Youth finals in Australia that year. Following his appointment as linesman for the quarter finals, semi-finals and final of the 1983 Mexico World Youth championship, Bambridge refereed the final of the 1985 World Youth title in China. He was also selected for and officiated at the 1986 World Cup finals in Mexico and the 1988 Olympic Games in South Korea, becoming the only Australian referee to have taken part in both World Cup and Olympic Games finals. Bambridge is known for having refereed one match in the 1986 FIFA World Cup in Mexico: Spain versus Brazil, in which he famously disallowed a goal for Spain, after a shot from Míchel hit the Brazilian crossbar, fell past the goal line and bounced out of the goal. After retiring from active refereeing, Bambridge took on the role of Referee Development Manager, administering the development and appointment of referees in metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria. He was also president of Soccer Referees Victoria. In 2000, Bambridge was admitted into the Football Federation Australia Hall of Fame and a room was named after him at Soccer House.
  • Christopher Francis Bambridge (born 7 October 1947 in Kettering, England) is an Australian retired football referee. He came to Australia from Britain in 1974. A Grade One referee, Bambridge was appointed to the national league in 1977, where he stayed until his retirement in 1991. He was awarded the FIFA badge in 1981, gaining selection to the panel of linesmen for the World Youth finals in Australia that year. Following his appointment as linesman for the quarter finals, semi-finals and final of the 1983 Mexico World Youth championship, Bambridge refereed the final of the 1985 World Youth title in China. He was also selected for and officiated at the 1986 World Cup finals in Mexico and the 1988 Olympic Games in South Korea, becoming the only Australian referee to have taken part in both World Cup and Olympic Games finals. Bambridge is known for having refereed one match in the 1986 FIFA World Cup in Mexico: Spain versus Brazil, in which he famously disallowed a goal for Spain, after a shot from Míchel hit the Brazilian crossbar, fell past the goal line and bounced out of the goal. After retiring from active refereeing, Bambridge took on the role of Referee Development Manager, administering the development and appointment of referees in metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria. He was also president of Soccer Referees Victoria. In 2000, Bambridge was admitted into the Football Federation Australia Hall of Fame.
  • Christopher Francis Bambridge (born 7 October 1947 in Kettering, England) is an Australian retired football referee. He came to Australia from Britain in 1974. A Grade One referee, Bambridge was appointed to the national league in 1977, where he stayed until his retirement in 1991. He was awarded the FIFA badge in 1981, gaining selection to the panel of linesmen for the World Youth finals in Australia that year. Following his appointment as linesman for the quarter finals, semi-finals and final of the 1983 Mexico World Youth championship, Bambridge refereed the final of the 1985 World Youth title in China. He was also selected for and officiated at the 1986 World Cup finals in Mexico and the 1988 Olympic Games in South Korea, becoming the only Australian referee to have taken part in both World Cup and Olympic Games finals. Bambridge is known for having refereed one match in the 1986 FIFA World Cup in Mexico: Spain versus Brazil, in which he famously disallowed a goal for Spain, after a shot from Míchel hit the Brazilian crossbar, fell past the goal line and bounced out of the goal. After retiring from active refereeing, Bambridge took on the role of Referee Development Manager, administering the development and appointment of referees in metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria. He was also president of Soccer Referees Victoria. In 2000, Bambridge was admitted into the Football Federation Australia Hall of Fame. A room is named after him at Football Victoria Headquarters.
  • Christopher Francis Bambridge (born 7 October 1947 in Kettering, England) is an Australian retired football referee. He came to Australia from Britain in 1974. A Grade One referee, Bambridge was appointed to the national league in 1977, where he stayed until his retirement in 1991. He was awarded the FIFA badge in 1981, gaining selection to the panel of linesmen for the World Youth finals in Australia that year. Following his appointment as linesman for the quarter finals, semi-finals and final of the 1983 Mexico World Youth championship, Bambridge refereed the final of the 1985 World Youth title in China. He was also selected for and officiated at the 1986 World Cup finals in Mexico and the 1988 Olympic Games in South Korea, becoming the only Australian referee to have taken part in both World Cup and Olympic Games finals. Bambridge is known for having refereed one match in the 1986 FIFA World Cup in Mexico: Spain versus Brazil, in which he famously disallowed a goal for Spain, after a shot from Míchel hit the Brazilian crossbar, fell past the goal line and bounced out of the goal. After retiring from active refereeing, Bambridge took on the role of Referee Development Manager, administering the development and appointment of referees in metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria. He was also president of Soccer Referees Victoria. In 2000, Bambridge was admitted into the Football Federation Australia Hall of Fame. A room is named after him at Football Victoria Headquarters. Bambridge continues to work with current referees in assessing and coaching and is a match commissioner with Football Victoria.
  • Christopher Francis Bambridge (born 7 October 1947 in Kettering, England) is an Australian retired football referee. He came to Australia from Britain in 1974. A Grade One referee, Bambridge was appointed to the national league in 1977, where he stayed until his retirement in 1991. He was awarded the FIFA badge in 1981, gaining selection to the panel of linesmen for the World Youth finals in Australia that year. Following his appointment as linesman for the quarter finals, semi-finals and final of the 1983 Mexico World Youth championship, Bambridge refereed the final of the 1985 World Youth title in China. He was also selected for and officiated at the 1986 World Cup finals in Mexico and the 1988 Olympic Games in South Korea, becoming the only Australian referee to have taken part in both World Cup and Olympic Games finals. Bambridge is known for having refereed one match in the 1986 FIFA World Cup in Mexico: Spain versus Brazil, in which he famously disallowed a goal for Spain, after a shot from Míchel hit the Brazilian crossbar, fell past the goal line and bounced out of the goal. After retiring from active refereeing, Bambridge took on the role of Referee Development Manager, administering the development and appointment of referees in metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria. He was also president of Soccer Referees Victoria. In 2000, Bambridge was admitted into the Football Federation Australia Hall of Fame. A room is named after him at Football Victoria Headquarters. In 2009, he was a recipient of the Asian Football Confederation Gold Star Award and remains the only Australian referee to receive this honour. Bambridge continues to work with current referees in assessing and coaching and is a match commissioner with Football Victoria.
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