Polish referee Szymon Marciniak will be the referee in charge of next month’s Champions League final between Inter Milan and Man City.

This is confirmed by an official announcement of the officiating crew for the fixture made by UEFA, via FCInterNews.

42-year-old referee Maciniak has been refereeing matches in the Polish top flight since 2009.

The Pole has also been refereeing matches in the Champions League since 2012.

Marciniak has already refereed one match each for Inter and City in the Champions League knockout rounds this season.
The 42-year-old refereed Inter’s round of sixteen second leg match away to Porto. Marciniak was also on duty for City’s 4-0 demolition of Real Madrid in the semifinal second leg in Manchester.
Marciniak has also been a prominent referee within the international football. Most notably of all, the Polish official refereed the most recent World Cup final, Argentina’s penalty shootout triumph over France in Qatar.

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Assisting Marciniak in his duties will be Paweł Sokolnicki e Tomasz Listkiewicz. The assistant in reserve will be Romanian referee Vasile Florin Marinescu.

Meanwhile, the role of fourth official will be filled by Istvan Kovacs.

In the VAR room, Tomasz Kwiatkowski will oversee the match to ensure that any errors made by the on-pitch crew are corrected. He will be assisted in his duties by Polish referee Bartosz Frankowski and German Marco Fritz.

The Nerazzurri will be hoping that the focus stays on the action on the pitch as they aim to win Europe’s top club competition. This would be the fourth Champions League or European Cup win in the club’s history.

The Nerazzurri beat the likes of Porto, Benfica, and AC Milan to reach the final. Meanwhile, Man City overcame the likes of RB Leipzig, Bayern Munich, and Real Madrid.