Hellmut Heinz Krug (born 19 May 1956, in Gelsenkirchen) is a retired German football referee. Krug officialed both the 1994 World Cup and the Euro 96. In 1998, he refereed the Champions League final between Real Madrid-Juventus and 2000 UEFA Cup Galatasaray-Leeds United semi final first leg match. He also refereed two UEFA European Football Championship tournaments in 1992 and in 1996. He currently works as a pundit for German TV broadcaster Das Erste.

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  • Hellmut Heinz Krug (born 19 May 1956, in Gelsenkirchen) is a retired German football referee. Krug officialed both the 1994 World Cup and the Euro 96. In 1998, he refereed the Champions League final between Real Madrid-Juventus and 2000 UEFA Cup Galatasaray-Leeds United semi final first leg match. He also refereed two UEFA European Football Championship tournaments in 1992 and in 1996. He currently works as a pundit for German TV broadcaster Das Erste. (en)
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  • Hellmut Heinz Krug (born 19 May 1956, in Gelsenkirchen) is a retired German football referee. Krug officialed both the 1994 World Cup and the Euro 96. In 1998, he refereed the Champions League final between Real Madrid-Juventus and 2000 UEFA Cup Galatasaray-Leeds United semi final first leg match. He also refereed two UEFA European Football Championship tournaments in 1992 and in 1996. He currently works as a pundit for German TV broadcaster Das Erste. (en)
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