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Bundesliga signs up first woman referee for next season
19 May 2017, 10:49 | Jan Cross
Soccer-Bundesliga signs up first woman referee for next season
The German Football Association (DFB) have confirmed Bibiana Steinhaus will become the country's first-ever female referee.
A 38-year-old police officer, Steinhaus will referee the 2017 Women's Champions League final between Lyon and Paris Saint-Germain on June 1.
In an interview published on the German football federation's website, Steinhaus, who is being promoted with three male colleagues, said she felt "disbelief, delight, joy, relief, curiosity".
Steinhaus said she experienced "a complete roller coaster of emotion" upon hearing the news that she was among the four new lead referees selected to take charge of matches next season. "It is on the one hand confirmation for the hard work on the way to here, on the other hand also great incentive as so far to continue to work". Steinhaus was designated as one of the refs at the Women's World Cup finals in 2011 and 2015 as well as the 2012 London Olympics.
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